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'''Robert Edward Crane''' (July 13, 1928 – June 29, 1978) was an American disc jockey and actor who starred as [[Colonel Hogan|Colonel Robert Hogan]] from 1965 to 1971. He was nominated for two Emmy Awards for his work on that show.
Crane was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. He dropped out of high school and became a drummer, performing with dance bands and a symphony orchestra. In 1949 he married his high school sweetheart; they eventually had three children. In 1956, he moved his family to California and started his radio career.
 
   
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==Biography==
Crane's interest turned to acting, and at the age of 33 he began his acting career. He soon was a regular on The Donna Reed Show during the 1963 - 1965 seasons. On the Dick Van Dyke Show he played a character named "Harry" who tried out for the role of Marc Anthony in a community play....
 
 
Crane was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. He graduated from high school in 1946 after performing as a drummer at school and with dance bands, as well as the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra. In 1949 he married his high school sweetheart; they eventually had three children. This was the same year he began his radio career, at WLEA in Hornell, NY. Eventually, he rocketed to fame at WICC in Bridgeport, and was wooed to California to work at KNX in Los Angeles. So he moved his family to California and continued his radio career.
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Crane's interest had always been in acting, and at the age of 33 he got some good breaks in his acting career. He soon was a regular on ''The Donna Reed Show'' during the 1963 - 1965 seasons. On the Dick Van Dyke Show he played a character named "Harry" who tried out for the role of Marc Anthony in a community play...
   
 
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Hogan's Heroes was a television sitcom that ran on the CBS television network from 1965 to 1971. Starring Bob Crane as Colonel Hogan, the show was set at Stalag 13, a German prisoner of war camp for Western Allied prisoners during World War II. In the plot, Stalag 13 was a "Luft Stalag", located near the village of Hammelburg, run by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) for Allied Air Force personnel.

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Bob Crane starring as Col. Hogan

Robert Edward Crane (July 13, 1928 – June 29, 1978) was an American disc jockey and actor who starred as Colonel Robert Hogan from 1965 to 1971. He was nominated for two Emmy Awards for his work on that show.

Biography

Crane was born in Waterbury, Connecticut. He graduated from high school in 1946 after performing as a drummer at school and with dance bands, as well as the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra. In 1949 he married his high school sweetheart; they eventually had three children. This was the same year he began his radio career, at WLEA in Hornell, NY. Eventually, he rocketed to fame at WICC in Bridgeport, and was wooed to California to work at KNX in Los Angeles. So he moved his family to California and continued his radio career.

Crane's interest had always been in acting, and at the age of 33 he got some good breaks in his acting career. He soon was a regular on The Donna Reed Show during the 1963 - 1965 seasons. On the Dick Van Dyke Show he played a character named "Harry" who tried out for the role of Marc Anthony in a community play...

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