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Now, nearly 200 people who knew the Hogan's Heroes star personally and better than most (family, friends as far back as elementary school, colleagues in radio, television, theatre, and film) have spoken out on Bob Crane's behalf, and in many instances, for the first time.
Within the minutes of this book, they share their memories and thoughts about a man whom they knew as an exceptional and talented musician, a genius in radio, a sharp-witted comedian, a gifted actor and director, a man driven to success, a doting and loving father, a loyal friend, and a kind and gentle spirit with a sunny personality. A man who, while not perfect, was vastly different from how he has been presented over the decades.
Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography balances the scales and sets the record straight, providing a full and complete history of Bob Crane, clarifying who he really was, and just as importantly, who he was not.
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By David on 02-02-17
Simply an awesome book!
I'm 50yrs old and have been a Bob Crane fan since I was a kid watching Hogan's Heroes. I still watch the show daily. I've read a lot about Bob over the years on the Internet but nothing like what is in this book. The authors did a remarkable job in their research and finding all of the people in Bob's life to interview. If you want to completely know Bob and understand him, this book is for you.
By johnny freeborn on 09-12-16
The Title Says It All
Would you consider the audio edition of Bob Crane to be better than the print version?
An amazing amount of research went into this biography. For those who want to know about Bob Crane before he died or starred on Hogan's Heroes, this is the book for you. It provides the reader with the chance to understand just how good Bob Crane was as a radio disc jockey. The later part of Crane's life is also given extensive coverage. Kudos to the authors and researchers of this book.
What about Jeff Reim’s performance did you like?
Clear voice and not monotone.
Any additional comments?
Worthy book for a worthy subject.
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