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Re: Hogan's Heroes by Miss-M on 30 January 2007 9:40am
 
As surprising as it might seem to you Kaz, I do NOT fancy Colonel Klink. I do, however, love The Great Escape. It is in my top three movies of all time - the other two being Schindler's List and My Fair Lady. My favourite characters are Hilts (Steve McQueen), Hendley (James Garner) and MacDonald (Gordon Jackson). Every year on 4th July my brother and I do that Scottish jig and sing the song like Mac and Ives did in the camp. It's a tradition!
 
Re: Hogan's Heroes by George on 30 January 2007 11:27pm
 
Bob Crain's sordid demise, he was beaten to death, was no doubt the result of his lifestyle. By his own account, he was a "swinger" in the truest sense. He enjoyed all forms of sexuality as often as possible. One can presume his life ended after putting his "thing" in the wrong person at the wrong time.
 
Re: Hogan's Heroes by kazzzz on 30 January 2007 11:43pm
 
OMG that's nasty! I always thought he committed suicide for some reason.
 
Re: Hogan's Heroes by peripatetically on 30 January 2007 11:47pm
 
No--murder is the story told here.
 
Re: Hogan's Heroes by peripatetically on 30 January 2007 11:48pm
 
No--murder is the story told here.
 
Re: Hogan's Heroes by George on 31 January 2007 10:53pm
 
After Hogan's Heroes ended its run in 1971, he plodded along making guest appearences on those generic ensemble shows like "Love Boat". He had a wife and 3 children, so he was interested in keeping a low profile as far his sex life was concerned. In 1975, he got another shot at the big time with his own show, "The Bob Crain Show", but was cancelled after only a year.

Afterwards, he stopped maintaining his image and began a career in video porn on a large scale, starring himself, and a host of women willing to perform orgies and other assorted sexual activites. Along with a man named Carpenter, who was some kind of video wizard, Crain's life in legitimate show business was down the drain.

To put this in perspective, this was roughly the same time period as "Deep Throat" when porno stars, like Harry Reems, often thought of themselve as important social figures.

In 1979, he was found dead in his home from a savage beating. Some time later, Carpenter was arrested and tried, but aquitted. It is said his trial was severly botched by the prosecution, like O.J.'s. No one else was ever indicted. Rather than a lover's quarrel, it is suspected the 2 were at odds over money.
 
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