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  1. Auto Focus: The Murder of Bob Crane by Robert Graysmith, 2002-10
  2. Bob's Rigging & Crane Handbook "Sixth Edition" (The Hoisting Triangle) by Bob De Benedictis, 2006
  3. Bob's Overhead Crane & Rigging Handbook by Bob De Benedictis, 2006
  4. Bob's Rigging & Crane Handbook:The Hoisting Triangle: Fourth Edition by Bob De Benedictis, 1996
  5. It's O.K. to Say No!: A Parent/Child Manual for the Protection of Children by Robin;Crane, Bob Lenett, 1985
  6. Sometimes It's O.K. to Tell Secrets!: A Parent/Child Manual for the Protection of Children by Robin Lenett, Dana Barthelme, et all 1986-08
  7. It s O.K. To Say No! by Robin and Crane, Bob Lenett, 1985
  8. It's Ok to Be Different: A Parent/Child Manual for the Education of Children by Mitch Golant, Bob Crane, 1988-02
  9. Bob's Rigging & Crane Desk Size (6th Edition) by Bob De Benedictis, 2005
  10. Bob's Overhead Crane & Rigging Handbook for Industrial Operations (4.5x6" Size) by Bob De Benedictis, 2008
  11. The Murder of Bob Crane - 1993 publication by Robrt Graysmth, 1993
  12. Bob Baumhower's Crimson Cookery: Recipes from Tide Players, Coaches, Staff, and Their Families by Bob Baumhower, 1995-09
  13. Bob's Rigging & Crane Handbook "Sixth Edition" 4.5 X 6" size (The Hoisting Triangle) by Bob De Benedictis, 2006
  14. Bob's Overhead Crane & Rigging Handbook for Industrial Operations Second Edition by Bob De Benedictis, 2008

1. Bob Crane - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The website notably featured clips from a pornographic home film loop Bob Crane had made in 1956, before his meeting with Carpenter.
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Birth name Robert Edward Crane Born July 13
Waterbury, Connecticut
United States Died June 28
Scottsdale, Arizona
United States Years active Spouse(s) Anne Terzian (1949-1970)
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Robert Edward Crane July 13 June 28 ) was an American disc jockey and Emmy award-nominated actor , best known for his performance as Colonel Robert E. Hogan in the television sitcom Hogan's Heroes from to , and for his violent and unsolved death.
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Crane was born in Waterbury Connecticut . He dropped out of high school in 1946 and became a drummer, performing with dance bands and a symphony orchestra. In

2. The Death Of Bob Crane
Bob Crane started out in show business as a disk jockey, and was also a very good drummer, having wanted to be a musician when he was younger. Crane/bob_cranium.htm
Bob's Cranium "I don't smoke, I don't drink. Two out of three ain't bad." Updated February 2005 Wow. Too much information. Loads of help with this story, a popular request. Thanks especially to Kevin Hassell, my right hand man at Findadeath. Much photography and information from a friend, Courtney, and Nick. Bob Crane started out in show business as a disk jockey, and was also a very good drummer, having wanted to be a musician when he was younger. His son Bob Jr. is a musician as well. They say that Bob was offered the Jack Paar slot on the Tonight Show , but refused. He is best known as the star of the hit TV series, Hogan’s Heroes He is also well known for being the victim of a brutal murder, which as of 26 years later, remains unsolved.
In June of 1978, Crane was in Scottsdale, Arizona, on tour with a play. This play, Beginner’s Luck , was appearing at the Windmill Dinner Theater , which is now a nightclub called Buzz . After Hogan’s Heroes ended in 1971, Crane had found himself typecast, and had a hard time finding steady work. He had starred in The Bob Crane Show , after Heroes , but that ended after a short run. He had also done a Disney movie

3. Bob Crane
Bob Crane s bludgeoned body was found in apartment 132A of the Winfield Apartments at 7430 E. Chaparral Road, Scottsdale, AZ. On May 15, 2003,
var subTitle="Sighted in Arizona!" var colorScheme="aqua" Bankruptcy Around AZ document.writeln( document.title ) document.write(document.title) Other Celebrities A B C ... Z Crane, Bob (Robert Edward Crane, 1928 ) Actor, disk jockey, drummer. Murdered in Scottsdale Bob Crane's bludgeoned body was found in apartment 132A of the Winfield Apartments at 7430 E. Chaparral Road, Scottsdale, AZ. On May 15, 2003, the apartment's owners, Ron and Pat Herbst put the 1002 square foot condominium unit up for sale on eBay scheduling the minimum bid at $180,000. Similar units in the complex sold for around $100,000. 6-98. In the afternoon of June 29, 1978, actress Victoria Berry knocked on the door to apartment 132A at the Winfield Apartments. She expected her knock to be answered by former TV star Bob Crane. There was no answer. She pushed the open the unlocked door and went inside. There she found his half naked body lying in bed. His face was so badly beaten that he was unrecognizable from the left side. An electric cord was wrapped around his neck. With his murder, Bob Crane received the publicity which he had desperately sought during the seven years following the cancellation of his television series. Until the prison camp closed, Crane had enjoyed the media attention that spurred on a constantly rising career.

4. Jihad Watch: Fitzgerald: A Tribute To Robert D. Crane
crane bobSquare Pants is in denial as the last stage of his development and grasp of reality. http// By Robert Spencer By Hugh Fitzgerald Books ... Main
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Fitzgerald: A tribute to Robert D. Crane
Former Nixon aide Robert D. Crane Islam is quite different from what the naïve revert may think. Those who are born into Islam and have managed to defect or escape are intellectually and morally superior people. These include Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Ibn Warraq and Ali Sina and Azam Kamguian and Irfan Khawaja and a great many more. In those ranks I would also place those who, largely out of filial piety, continue to call themselves "cultural Muslims" or even, in the case of Magdi Allam, "Muslims." By contrast, aren't so many "reverts," from Leopold Weiss (Mustafa As'ad) to St. John Philby to John Walker Lindh and David Hicks and Richard Reid and Yvonne Ridley, just a little, or a very great deal, off? Above is one explanation, a more innocent one, for the behavior of this bizarre representative of Islam, Robert D. Crane. Another, more sinister explanation, is that Crane wishes to keep up a collective game of "Let's Pretend." Let's tell Muslims there is nothing wrong with Islam; let's tell Muslims that yes, they are right, the "real" Islam is swell, and there is nothing to worry about. And in so doing, of course, we are also forced to tell another audience ourselves, the audience of Infidels the same soothing untruths, soothing and dangerous. We will then, presumably, not be sufficiently alert and wary to protect ourselves from, inter alia, the Money Weapon, campaigns of Da'wa, and demographic conquest.

5. Bob Crane - Wikipedia
Translate this page Bob Crane wurde am 29. Juni 1978 tot in seinem Apartment im Winfield Place aufgefunden. Wahrscheinlich wurde ihm mit einem Kamerastativ der Schädel
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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Robert Edward Crane 13. Juli in Waterbury Connecticut 29. Juni in Scottsdale Arizona ) war ein US-Amerikanischer Schauspieler Crane wurde in Waterbury als j¼ngster Sohn der Familie geboren. In der Schule lag ihm die Rolle des Clowns sehr, in der Musik fand er eine zweite Leidenschaft, er spielte in einer Band als Schlagzeuger. Diese Leidenschaft wollte er anfangs auch verwirklichen - nachdem er die High School abgebrochen hatte, fing er als Schlagzeuger bei dem Connecticut Symphonie-Orchester an. Aber bereits nach einem Jahr wurde er entlassen, da er nicht ernst genug f¼r diesen Beruf war. 1949 heiratete er dann Ann Terzian, seine High School Liebe. Mit ihr setzte er drei Kinder in die Welt, Bob jr., Debbie und Karen. 1956 schlieŸlich siedelte die Familie Crane nach Kalifornien um. Dort bekam Bob einen Job als Radiomoderator bei KNX Radio, er wurde schnell zum Star. Nach und nach spielte er in mehreren Fernsehserien mit. 1965 nahm er dann die Rolle des Col. Robert Hogan in der Serie Hogans Heroes Ein K¤fig voller Helden ) an.

crane bob, when you hear other people do your stuff, do you enjoy listening to Peter Crane Because it s Italian? Bob Dylan and his swinging Maserati.
(What was it you wanted? #9) Crane: Mr Bob Dylan, Ladies and Gentlemen! (applause) (shouts) Hello Bobby! Dylan: I'm alright! Crane: Are you plugged in? All right. Dylan: [sings It's All Over Now Baby Blue] Crane: Thank you Bob and I'll be right back. Crane: How'd it feel? Dylan: Fine. Crane: Did it feel good? Dylan: Felt good. Crane: Yeah, you were groovy. What'cha doin' with that? Dylan: Oh, I'm just trying to get it down so it doesn't fall in the way of my voice you know. Crane: We had ... looking at that harmonica, have you ever met Jesse Fuller? Dylan: Sure. Crane: Jessie was on the show a couple of weeks ago. We didn't get a chance to talk much but next time he comes back, I want to because he looks like an amazing gentleman. Talking about amazing gentlemen, how old are you? Dylan: Crane: 23 years old! Dylan: Yeah, I'll be 24 in May! Crane: Yeah. A lot's happened to you in just 23 years hasn't it? Dylan: Yeah, yeah, fantastic! Crane: Are you happy about it?

7. Hogans Heroes Fan Club - Cast - Bob Crane
Bob Crane was born in Waterbury, CT, the youngest of two sons. In school, he was known for being a class clown, and an intense music lover.
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Mini-Biography Websites Credits e-Mail ... Other Links Mini-Biography Born - July 13, 1928 Died - June 29, 1978 Bob Crane was born in Waterbury, CT, the youngest of two sons. In school, he was known for being a class clown, and an intense music lover. His favorites were jazz and big band. Bob's specialty was the drums. After dropping out of high school, he turned his attention to his love for music. He became a drummer with the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra for about a year. He was later dismissed for not being "serious enough." In 1949, Bob married Ann Terzian, his high school sweetheart. They had three children- Bob Jr, Debbie, and Karen. (click here and here From the Internet Movie Database - mini-biography by Kelli Nunez,

8. Flickr: Photos From C. | Zuiko Days
Wildcrane Bob. From the previous shots in world of metropolis, switching now to disneyland Wild-crane bob This photo is public © All rights reserved.
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9. Bob Crane News - Topix
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10. Bob Crane - Mahalo
Bob Crane was an American radio personality and television actor, best known for his role as Colonel Robert E. Hogan in Hogan s Heroes.
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Guide Note: Bob Crane was an American radio personality and television actor, best known for his role as Colonel Robert E. Hogan in Hogan's Heroes . He was murdered on June 29, 1978. The crime remains unsolved. Fast Facts:
  • Born: Robert Edward Crane, July 13th, 1928 At age 16, played drums for the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra Hosted a popular morning radio show in Los Angeles on station KNX Starring role on Hogan's Heroes from 1965 to 1971 led to two Emmy nominations Married Hogan's co-star Sigrid Valdis in 1970 Died June 29, 1978 Actor Greg Kinnear starred in the 2002 film Auto Focus about Crane's life
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    11. The Death Of Bob Crane
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    B C ... Your Ad Here The Seedy World of Bob Crane, TV's Colonel Hogan Robert Edward Crane was born in Waterbury, Connecticut on July 13th, 1928. In his early teens, he was demonstrating musical talent and had set his sights on becoming a drummer, fantasizing about becoming the next Buddy Rich. At age sixteen, he began drumming for the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, but was let go after two years for "clowning around during a Bach fugue." He married his high school sweetheart, Anne Terzian, in 1949. They would eventually have three children: Robert David, Deborah Ann, and Karen Leslie. Crane began his career in radio-in WLEA in Hornell, New York, WBIS in Briston, Connecticut, WICC in Bridgeport, and Boston's WEEI. His success in the east led to an offer for him to move in 1956 to Los Angeles and host the morning show at KNX. There he became known as "The King of the Los Angeles Airwaves." His show filled the broadcast booth with sly wit, drums, and often, movie stars. His show was the number-one rated morning show in LA and stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, were guests. But Crane had a higher ambition, and pursued acting opportunities. He subbed for Johnny Carson on "Who Do You Trust?" (and turned down the chance to be Carson's replacement), and acted on shows like "The Twilight Zone," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," and "General Electric Theater." When Carl Reiner guested on the KNX show, Crane persuaded him to book him on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in 1961. This was where Donna Reed saw him and cast him in the recurring role as neighbor Dr. Dave Kelsey (1963-1965). He also acted small roles in the dramatic films "Return to Peyton Place" and "Man-Trap."

    12. All About Bob Crane's Murder Case By Denise Noe
    Part of the appeal of Hogan’s Heroes was undoubtedly its star, bob crane, a handsome actor with a broad, open face and twinkling eyes.
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    As a concept for a TV situation comedy, it was outrageous. But someone actually proposed setting a sitcom in a Nazi POW camp. The idea could not have been more bizarre. After all, World War II was one of the world’s bloodiest, most heartbreaking conflicts in history. Nazism was one of the most terrible scourges to afflict humanity. How could interactions between Nazis and their American soldier prisoners possibly be funny Yet they were on Hogan’s Heroes . The program zoomed to the top of popularity. It was simply hysterical watching the sly and witty Americans best their bumbling, foolish, German captors. Part of the appeal of Hogan’s Heroes was undoubtedly its star, Bob Crane, a handsome actor with a broad, open face and twinkling eyes.

    13. Bob Crane (I)
    Actor Superdad. Handsome bob crane had many careers, including working as a disc jockey Visit IMDb for Photos, Filmography, Discussions, Bio, News,
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    Date of Birth: 13 July Waterbury, Connecticut, USA more Date of Death: 29 June , Scottsdale, Arizona, USA (homicide) more Mini Biography: Bob Crane was born Robert Edward Crane, in Waterbury, Connecticut, July... more Trivia: He discovered singer Marilyn McCoo on the 1960s show more Awards: Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys.

    14. ~*~The Bob Crane Experience~*~
    I wouldn t recommend this movie to anyone who is or isn t a bob crane fan. It was admitted, by the director, to having extra things thrown in just to make
    ~*~The Bob Crane Experience~*~ LINK HERE
    : Robert Edward Crane
    Born : 13 July 1928
    Birth Place : Waterbury, Connecticut
    Died : 29 June 1978
    Age At Death
    Place Of Death
    : Winfield Place Apartments 7430 E. Chaparal; Scottsdale, Arizona
    Cause Of Death : Homicide; Massive blow to the head
    Parents : Alfred and Rosemary
    Brother : Al
    Marriage Status : Married Anne Terzian in 1948 and seperated in 1970. They had two daughtersDeborah Ann and Karen Leslieand one sonRobert Davidtogether. Married Sigrid "Patricia Olson" Valdis in 1970 and were reconcilled from a seperation at his time of death in 1978. They had one sonRobert Scotttogether and an adopted daughterAna Marie. ABOUT BOBCRANE.COM The reason Scotty Crane is making this material public is so people can finally see for themselves what went on during the making of the photos and videos. Many rumours have stated that there were homosexual acts and dungeons involved, and there is no truth to that. Now people can see the truth. There is a family section of the site and also an adult section with XXX video clips and photos of Bob. You can also buy collectables at the site, too. This site was done by Scotty, NOT Patricia (even though some people like to make it seem like she is behind it). If you heard Scotty mention that site, you may wanna visit his radio show website Shaken, Not Stirred

    15. Crane Murder Purely Sensational
    Authorities remove the body of actor bob crane from a Scottsdale apartment where he was discovered beaten to death on June 29, 1978.
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    AP Photo Authorities remove the body of actor Bob Crane from a Scottsdale apartment where he was discovered beaten to death on June 29, 1978.
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    May 22, 2002 12:00:00 Bob Crane, former disc jockey and ex-star of the World War II TV comedy Hogan's Heroes , was in the Valley in 1978 appearing in a dinner theater play, Beginner's Luck At 49, Crane was still pursuing wild sex, which he liked to capture on film and videotape. On June 29, someone beat Crane to death, possibly with a camera tripod, as he slept in his Scottsdale apartment, then tightly wrapped an electrical cord around his throat. A small amount of blood was found in a rental car used by Crane's friend John Carpenter. Carpenter, who had accompanied Crane in woman-chasing, had socialized with him until late on the night of the murder, then flew to Los Angeles early the next day.

    16. - Bob Crane's Blurry Past
    bob crane, star of Hogan s Heroes, avid amateur pornographer and bludgeoned victim of an unsolved 1978 murder, is now the subject of a factbased film that
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    17. Bob Crane: A Who2 Profile
    bob crane starred on the hit 1960 s sitcom Hogan s Heroes, which ran in prime time from 1965 to 1971. The show was set in a World War II prisoner of war
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    Bob Crane starred on the hit 1960's sitcom Hogan's Heroes , which ran in prime time from 1965 to 1971. The show was set in a World War II prisoner of war camp in Germany; Crane played Colonel Robert Hogan, a crafty POW leader who constantly outwitted his bumbling Nazi guards. (The cast included Richard Dawson as a British POW and John Banner as the buffoonish Sergeant Schultz.) Crane is also notorious for his mysterious death in Scottsdale, Arizona on 29 June 1978. Crane was found bludgeoned to death in his own motel room, and investigations revealed that Crane had a racy personal life which included a habit of videotaping his encounters with various women. Crane's friend John Carpenter (no relation to the movie director by that name) was later tried for the crime but found not guilty, and the murder remains officially unsolved. Extra credit Auto-Focus , a film about Crane's life and death was directed by Paul Schrader and stars Greg Kinnear as Crane... Both

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    19. Bob Crane (1928 - 1978) - Find A Grave Memorial
    He starred in The bob crane Show for NBC in 1975, but it was cancelled after thirteen episodes. crane eventually began touring in dinner theater productions

    20. Bob Spelled Backwards Is BoB
    Krazed psychotic obsessive take on bob crane and Hogan s Heroes with the biggest list of collectibles ever assembled.
    Bob spelled backwards is boB What the hell's the obsession with Bob Crane, you ask? I love Bob Crane, and everything around him. But let me tell you a bit about me. Hogan's Heroes is my favorite show, but I loved Small Wonder and the only new show I watch on teevee now is Seventh Heaven . I loved loved loved Cop Rock. I only wish I had it on tape. It's more than just an obsession with bad teevee, my favorite record is Ballad of the Green Berets by Sgt. Barry Sadler. One day, this spot will be taken up by a truly worthy rant of all thing profane and beautiful and Bob and Crane. It goes beyond his seedy background as musician (a drummer, the dumbest musicians of all). Everyone knows musicians ain't right in the head. It's more than a simple unsolved bludgeoning with wacky zany sex. And don't think this is some dumb tongue-in-cheek Johnny-come-lately, type thing. I've been obsessed with Bob for my whole damned life. I remember EXACTLY where and what I was doing, when the news broke. I cried, at the tender age of 8, a mere three months after my birthday. Sat around my granny's house out in Orangevale and cried. That's the day the music stopped. I cried (and still cry) more for poor Bob's death than I did for my own mother. My mom didn't raise me, the teevee did and the teevee show of choice for all discerning people is Hogan's Heroes!

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