Bob crane sex addict

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Paul Schrader's film Auto Focus leaves the impression that actor Bob Crane gave some of his most memorable dinner theater performances in motel rooms after the shows. Auto Focus examines Crane's dark side, one that Hogan's Heroes fans never expected. He was a sex addict in the s before that diagnosis existed, using the newly emerging technology of videotape recording to document romps with scores of women and men. Crane brought his play and kinky habits to Clearwater's now-demolished Showboat Dinner Theatre in and Former Showboat stage manager Tom McCluskey recently told me Crane's sexual addiction was no secret backstage. He said: "No, I'm straight.

Hogan's Heroes' Bob Crane's son exposes his kinky life and grisly murder

Bob Crane: Hogan's Hero | The Scare Chamber

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.

The Private Passions of Bob Crane

As Col. Hogan, the wise-cracking leader of a ragtag group of Allied soldiers plotting subterfuge during World War II from inside a Nazi POW camp, Crane made Hogan's Heroes one of the decade's best-loved and highest-rated comedies … and remained well-liked on and off the set. His daughter Karen Crane recalls Bob as an ideal father.
By Caroline Howe For Dailymail. The handsome, affable Crane became a huge star on the popular weekly sitcom that aired from to , set in a German prisoner of war camp during World War II. Few knew - before his body was found lying in a pool of blood in his Scottsdale, Arizona apartment on June 29, - that the clean cut actor led a bizarre double life as a sex addict in hot pursuit of secretive kinky liaisons. His son Robert Crane was one of those few.