12 titles.

1. Auto Focus (2002)
In 1965, qv##nm0186314##, who had achieved some earlier success as a television supporting actor, was working as a successful morning radio DJ at KNX Los Angeles. Despite enjoying his work, photography (especially of the female form) and drumming, Crane wanted to be a movie star. So it was with some reluctance that he accepted the title starring role in a new television sitcom called qv##tt0058812##, a WWII POW comedy. To his surprise, the show became a hit and catapulted him to television stardom. The fame resulting from the show led to excesses and a meeting with home video salesman and technician John Carpenter, with who he would form a friendship based on their mutual interests, namely excessive sex (for Crane, purely heterosexual sex) and capturing nude females on celluloid. His fame allowed Crane to have as much sex as he wanted, which was incongruent to his somewhat wholesome television friendly image, and the way he portrayed himself to almost everyone except Carpenter and his extramarital sex partners. His sex addiction was somewhat known but ignored by his high school sweetheart/first wife Anne Crane née Terzian, but well known by his second wife, Patti Olson, better known as qv##nm0883724##, his Hogan's Heroes co-star. Especially after the end of Hogan's Heroes in 1971, this incongruence and his friendship with Carpenter, with who he would have a continuing love/hate relationship, would contribute to both his professional and personal downfall.
Capitalizing on his fame as the star of "Hogan's Heroes," Bob Crane dove into the freewheeling spirit of the 60s and 70s with relish, having affairs with numerous women. Eventually, Crane teamed up with video technician John Carpenter to document his exploits, an association that may very well have led to his murder in a Scottsdale, Arizona motel room in 1978, which remains officially unsolved to this day.
Bob Crane was a radio comedian when he was offered the part of Hogan on Hogan's Heroes. Also an avid photographer, his favorite subject was the female form. He then met John Carpenter, an electronic technician, who introduced him to the new thing, video equipment. John was also a swinger, who turned Bob into a sex addict. And it's this compulsion that would not only end his marriage but also make Bob virtually unhireable.
2. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.86 (1968)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Presents 9 Stars are "HOGAN'S HEROES" BOB CRANE, Actress-Stripper GYPSY ROSE LEE, CHARLEY WEAVER, ABBY DALTON, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" WALLY COX, Actress-Singer DELLA REESE, MARTY ALLEN, "THE WILD, WILD WEST's" ROSS MARTIN and The Center Square PAUL LYNDE from "Bewitched" and it's preempted Tomorrow/The Next Day on Wednesday January 1 (New Year's Day,) 1969 for NBC-TV SPORTS Coverage of The 80th Annual TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE and it returned the following day/the day after tomorrow on Thursday January 2, 1969.
3. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #2.179 (1968)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Welcomes 9 New Stars are Actor-Comedian LOUIS NYE, Actress-Comedienne IMOGENE COCA, CHARLEY WEAVER, ABBY DALTON, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" MR. WALLY COX, "THE MOTHERS-IN-LAW's" KAYE BALLARD, VINCENT PRICE, "HOGAN'S HEROES'" WERNER KLEMPERER & MR. JAN MURRAY.
4. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.99 (1967)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Welcomes 9 New Stars are "BATMAN's" CESAR ROMERO, ZSA ZSA GABOR, CHARLEY WEAVER, ABBY DALTON, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" WALLY COX, Actress-Singer DELLA REESE, Actor CHAD EVERETT, "HOGAN'S HEROES'" ROBERT CLARY & MR. JAN MURRAY.
5. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.87 (1969)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Presents "HOGAN'S HEROES'" BOB CRANE, Actress-Stripper GYPSY ROSE LEE, CHARLEY WEAVER, ABBY DALTON, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" WALLY COX, Actress-Singer DELLA REESE, MARTY ALLEN, "THE WILD, WILD WEST's" ROSS MARTIN & The Center Square PAUL LYNDE of "Bewitched." The Special Contestants are Pamela Anicich -The Rose Queen of 1969 "Miss Circle - O" & Bob Hope "Mr. X."
6. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6 (1966)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Welcomes 9 New Stars are "BONANZA's" MICHAEL LANDON, Actress-Singer EARTHA KITT, CHARLEY WEAVER, ABBY DALTON, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" WALLY COX, ROSE MARIE, "HOGAN'S HEROES'" BOB CRANE, Actress-Singer GISELE MacKENZIE & "Bewitched's" PAUL LYNDE. This is The Debut of PAUL LYNDE on "THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES."
7. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.75 (1968)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Welcomes 9 New Stars are "ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN's" HENRY GIBSON, Actress-Stripper GYPSY ROSE LEE, CHARLEY WEAVER, NANETTE FABRAY, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW's" MR. WALLY COX, "THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW's" ROSE MARIE, MR. JAN MURRAY, "HOGAN'S HEROES'" WERNER KLEMPERER & "Bewitched's" PAUL LYNDE.
8. The Hollywood Squares (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.85 (1968)
"THE HOLLYWOOD SQUARES" Presents 9 Stars are "HOGAN'S HEROES" Bob Crane, The Stripper "GYPSY ROSE LEE", CHARLEY WEAVER, Actress-Singer DELLA REESE, "THE UNDERDOG SHOW" Wally Cox, ABBY DALTON, MARTY ALLEN, "THE WILD, WILD WEST" Ross Martin & The Center Square PAUL LYNDE "Bewitched."
9. Peter Gunn (1958 TV Series)
Episode: Murder on the Midway (1959)
At a carnival, a magician promises the audience he'll make his gorgeous assistant disappear - instead she plummets out of the mummy's coffin onto the stage, shot dead. The show's strongman hires Peter Gunn to protect her seductive roommate (Nita Talbot, the Russian spy on Hogan's Heroes), who dances in veils. Soon, Gunn needs protection from a jealous Edie.
10. The Hollywood Palace (1964 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.13 (1965)
Bing is the MC in this special Christmas themed-episode. The highlight is the appearance of the cast of Hogan's Heroes, which was produced by Crosby's own company. The low point is when a duet of faux Nazis Werner Klemperer and John Banner sing "Silent Night" in the original German. Also: a clown does an act where he's broken into three midgets, and a dog act where the dog won't co-operate.
11. Case Closed with AJ Benza (2016 TV Series)
Episode: Bob Crane (2016)
In the 1960's Bob Crane was one of the hottest stars and most beloved characters on television as Colonel Robert Hogan on the comedy "Hogan's Heroes." But behind the on-screen persona Crane had a dark side, and it likely led to his 1978 murder in Scottsdale. During a run of dinner theatre shows in Scottsdale, Arizona in June of 1978, Crane was bludgeoned to death. The man who introduced him to early video-cameras he used to record his sexual escapades, John Carpenter, was eventually charged with Crane's murder, but a lack of DNA and poor evidence collection resulted in a jury finding Carpenter not guilty. Did John Carpenter kill this small screen legend? Or could someone else have the motive to kill?
12. Robert Clary A5714: A Memoir of Liberation (1984 Documentary)
Robert Clary, the French actor who portrayed Louis Lebeau in the long-running American television series Hogan's Heroes, is a Holocaust survivor and the subject of this very personal, unpretentious documentary. Born Robert Max Widerman in 1926 in France, Clary is one of 16 children whose Jewish parents had emigrated from Poland. Clary returns to Europe in search of his own story; he relives his happy childhood in the streets of Paris, his incarceration at Drancy, and his horror at Buchenwald. See also: Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust.
12 titles.