Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography - Linda J. Groundwater - Unabridged

Publisher: AM Ink Publishing
Length: 20 hours and 14 minutes
Version: Unabridged
Language: English
Release Date: 13 July 2016
Format: MP3 320kbps or M4A 256kbps
Catalog ID: B01IBV8UAQ
Categories: Arts & Photography, Biographies & Memoirs

Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography (Unabridged)

Linda J. Groundwater

Since his untimely death on June 29, 1978, Bob Crane’s unofficial biography has become akin to a broken record. Like a skip in the acetate, his murder and the scandal that grew from it have been the repeated focus of attention, to the exclusion of nearly everything else. Over time, the line between fact and fiction blurred, and his life story became distorted. All perspective on Bob Crane as a human being was lost, and he became nothing more than a two-dimensional cartoon character without depth, understanding, or definition. 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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