|Hogan's Heroes||1971 1965 - 1971||Actor||Colonel Robert Hogan||19717|
|The Bob Crane Show||1975 1974 - 1975||Actor||Bob Wilcox||19757|
|Make Mine Red, White, and Blue||1973 1972 - 1973||Actor||n/a||19737|
|Arsenic and Old Lace||1969 1968 - 1969||Actor||Mortimer Brewster||19697|
|The Delphi Bureau||1972 1971 - 1972||Actor||Charlie Taggart||19727|
|The Donna Reed Show||1966 1958 - 1966||Actor||David Kelsey; Midge's husband||19667|
|Mitzi and a Hundred Guys||1975 1974 - 1975||Actor||n/a||19757|
|Return to Peyton Place||1961||Actor||Peter White||19617|
|Worked for WLEA in Hornell, New York and WBIS in Bristol, Connecticut|
|TV acting debut as a guest in an episode of "The Twilight Zone"|
|Was radio host for WICC in Bridgeport, Connecticut|
|Played Col. Hogan in the popular, long-running sitcom "Hogan's Heroes" (CBS); received two Emmy Award nominations|
|Had title role in the Disney film "Superdad"|
|Was guest host (replacing a vacationing Johnny Carson) on "Who Do You Trust?"; reportedly was offered the chance to replace Carson as host but declined|
|Feature acting debut as Peter White in the sequel "Return to Peyton Place"|
|Headlined the short-lived "The Bob Crane Show" (NBC)|
|Had regular role of Dr. David Kelsey on the popular ABC sitcom "The Donna Reed Show"|
|Last feature appearance, "Gus"|
|Moved to Los Angeles|
|Co-starred with Elke Sommer in "The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz"|
|Appeared as himself in an episode of "The Lucy Show" (CBS), starring Lucille Ball|
|Began career as a drummer for the Connecticut Symphony Orchestra|
|Toured in a dinner theater production of "Beginner's Luck"; was appearing in play in Scottsdale, Arizona when he was murdered|
|Was popular morning drive host at KNX; became known as 'The King of Los Angeles Airwaves'|
|Last TV appearance, as a guest on "The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries" (ABC)|
|Starred in ABC TV remake of "Arsenic and Old Lace"|
|Returned to radio work on KMPC in L.A.|
|Debby Crane||Daughter||mother, Ann Terzian|
|Karen Crane||Daughter||mother, Ann Terzian|
|Robert Crane||Son||mother, Ann Terzian|
|Scott Crane||Son||mother, Sigrid Valdis|
|Ann Terzian||Wife||married in 1948; divorced in 1970; mother of Crane's three older children|
|Sigrid Valdis||Wife||married from 1970 until Crane's death in 1977; mother of his youngest son Scott|
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