|Col. Robert E. Hogan|
|"Nothing, Schultz, just the dull, deadly routine of prison life."|
|An unquestionable genius, Hogan is definitely the boss and brain of the operation. He is also the ultimate Salesman. Hogan is quick-thinking, fast-talking, charming, cunning, resourceful, and brave.
He is also smug, cynical, and a shameless womanizer.
|Gemini: (Clever, logical, talkative.)|
|Leo: (Proud, authoritative, dramatic.)|
|In the early episodes, Hogan was sort of"bubbly", but during the course of the series, he became more and more serious. I tend to prefer the earlier version of him.|
|Bob Crane: Born July 13, 1928 in Waterbury, Conn. After high school, Crane began a career as a professional drummer (including two years with the Connecticut Symphony Orchesta). He became a radio disc jocky and host at age 22, and did not start acting until he was in his early thirties. Prior to Hogan's Heroes, he had a recurring role on "The Donna Reed Show".
Bob Crane's 1978 murder has never been solved.