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Had Bob Crane not been a sex addict, had he not been bludgeoned to death with his own tripod in an Arizona condo surrounded by an elaborate array of video equipment, had he not photographed hundreds of women naked in twosomes and threesomes and orgies and had his murder not gone unsolved, he would not be the subject of a new feature film. He would be remembered, if he was remembered at all, as the star of ''Hogan's Heroes,'' a hit CBS comedy that ran from to and was set in a P. As the star of ''Hogan's Heroes,'' Crane enjoyed the same kind of fame as Gilligan or Greg Brady -- his character became part of America's collective pop-culture nostalgia. Embalmed by syndication, Crane would have been the wisecracking Hogan forever. But in the years since his death in , when the porno pictures started surfacing in the tabloids and his secrets began to unravel, Crane became infamous.

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Hogan's Heroes' Bob Crane's son exposes his kinky life and grisly murder | Daily Mail Online

Now Robert Crane has invented a third subgenre, albeit one likely to remain a one-off: Daddy was a sex addict whose shocking murder was never officially solved, and 37 years later I still can't say for sure who did it. The story of the unsolved murder of his father, Bob Crane, in a seedy Scottsdale, Arizona, motel at the age of 49 has already been told in lurid fashion in director Paul Schrader's riveting film, Auto Focus , based on Robert Graysmith's book, The Murder of Bob Crane. But Crane's oldest son tells the story from his unique point of view, as he watched his father from up close before becoming a writer for Playboy and assistant to actor John Candy. Crane then details how his father succumbed to the sexual temptations offered to any male Hollywood star. So buyer beware if you're expecting a story of a son's obsessive quest to once and for all identify the murderer.

Sitcom Star Bob Crane Descended Into Porn and a Brutal Death. His Son Wants Answers

Join the Cleveland Scene Press Club. Because No News is Bad News. The site went live June 1, the day after Scotty Crane--whose mother is Sigrid Valdis, Crane's second wife and Colonel Klink's saucy secretary--went on Howard Stern's syndicated radio show touting his venture that would set the record straight about his father, who was murdered June 29, , in a Scottsdale, Arizona, apartment, where he had been staying during a dinner-theater production of a play titled Beginner's Luck.
A drummer from age 11, [1] Crane began his career as a radio personality, first in New York City and then Connecticut before moving to Los Angeles , where he hosted the number-one rated morning show. In the early s, he moved into acting, eventually landing the lead role of Colonel Robert Hogan in Hogan's Heroes. The series aired from to , and Crane received two Emmy Award nominations for his work on the series.