Colonel Klink's wife dies at age 81 (Sept
by Carmel Dagan
Kim Hamilton, an African American actress who appeared onstage, in
films and on television and was the wife of the late actor Werner Klemperer
Col. Klink on Hogans Heroes at a time
when mixed marriages were uncommon even in Hollywood, died of natural
causes in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, four days after her 81st birthday....
Read more from http://variety.com/2013/film/people-news/actress-kim-hamilton-dies-at-81-1200803013/
The Hogan's Heroes Herald
The Hogan's Heroes Herald was originally published from 1996-1998
by Brenda Scott Royce - founder of the Hogan's Heroes Fan Club.
Click here to visit the Newsletters
page and read all 10 Issues.
Vote for Bob Crane
(Image and text reposted with permission from Vote4bobcrane.org -
American Radio Personality, Musician,
Actor, and Director
Innovative, cutting edge, and way ahead of his time, Bob Crane has
been called a radio genius by those who worked with him and knew him
well. He is one of radio's unsung pioneers, spending 15 consecutive
years behind the mic from one coast to the other and staying close
to the broadcasting medium for his entire life. During those years,
he did things in radio that had rarely, if ever, been done before,
such as getting special permission from the Broadcast Engineers' Union
to play his own records. Further, while he prepared extensively for
his show, everything he did on the airevery sound effect, gimmick,
joke, skit, and quipwas spontaneous. Nothing was rehearsed.
While he is perhaps most recognized for his role as Colonel Robert
E. Hogan on Hogan's Heroes, Bob Crane can be credited for paving the
way for radio personalities and disc jockeys for generations to come.
Website - http://www.vote4bobcrane.org/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/vote4bobcrane
YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/vote4bobcrane
Col. Robert E. Hogan meets Dr. Robert S.
Hogan a real life POW from Stalag 13 - November 1966
(*** Articles and pictures submitted by Richard Hogan son of Dr.Robert
S. Hogan - Thank you!)
(Click on the image for a larger version)
for a map of the Prisoner of War Camps in Germany during World War
Hogan's Heroes "The Bluff Out Game"
In 1966 the Transogram Company, Inc. came out with a game ("The
Bluff Out Game") based on Hogan's Heroes. The goal of the game
is to help the prisoners escape by getting the needed money and passports
Click here for more information
on the game including images of the game, a printable version of the
instructions and some history on the Transogram Company.
Robert Clary a survivor in life and entertainment
(Image linked from Robert's site)
In more ways than one, Robert Clary is a survivor.
In real life, the diminutive Parisian-born actor and singer survived
three years in concentration camps as a Jewish teenager during World
War II. In show business, the 87-year-old has had a long and successful
career that has included TV, Broadway, nightclubs and records....
to read the article
‘Hogan’s Heroes’ Rights Won Back By
Creators Al Ruddy And Bernard Fein; They’re Plotting New Movie
EXCLUSIVE: After a three-year battle waged to determine ownership
of sequel and separated rights on the CBS sitcom Hogan’s Heroes,creators Albert
S. Ruddy and the late Bernard Fein have been granted all
rights. Ruddy will work ...
to read the article
Robert Clary Double Feature and Book Signing: New
Faces and The Hindenburg
Take in two films and meet actor Robert Clary when he signs copies
of his book The Holocaust to Hogan's Heroes
to read the article
Links to New Faces, The Hindenburg and Robert's
Autobiography on Amazon.com
Bing Crosby's Hollywood Palace - Christmas
1965 Episode featuring Hogan's Heroes
here for more
The Bob Crane Show / KNX-CBS Radio / Interview
with George Jessel and Pat Boone (c. 1960)
Bob Crane has been called a genius in radio by
his radio colleagues at WICC in Bridgeport, CT, and KNX and KMPC in
Read and hear more on You Tube...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edV4psb0y8c
Birthday Robert Clary!
Robert Clary's birthday was on March 1st;he's 87
this year. He has had a long and fruitful career on Broadway, TV and
as a Jazz Singer and Painter. Read more about his life on his website
The Internet's Weirdest Fan Clubs
Thanks to the Internet it is now easier than ever to find people
who have interests similar to your own. Some of these interests are
worth pursuing (bacon) and others are just plain outdated (Hogan's
to read the article...
[HHFC Comment - Outdated? Maybe a little. I prefer terms like Vintage,
Unique, Rare, Eclectic etc. :-) ]