Handsome and affable, actor Bob Crane looked every bit the wholesome, Middle-American everyman he played in film and television. As the star of the unlikely CBS wartime comedy "Hogan's Heroes" (CBS, 1965-1971), Crane gained national stardom with his portrayal of Colonel Robert Hogan; the irreverent and mischievously sly leader of a group of Allied P.O.W.'s during World War II. After hours, however, away from the gaze of his adoring public, another Bob Crane emerged - one who was haunted by persistent demons and lustful urges that would have shocked even the most loyal of his fans. Crane's mysterious and violent murder in 1978 would later become the subject of director Paul Schraeder's 2002 biopic, "Auto Focus," starring Greg Kinnear in a spot-on portrayal of a tragic man who paid the ultimate price for his dark obsessions.