Surely in the annals of sitcom lore, no one's story is more fascinating than that of Hogan's Heroes star Bob Crane. Paul Schrader's dark biopic Auto Focus (2002) brought to the fore front the legends of Crane's sexual obsessions and in particular his insistence on documenting his sexual exploits, initially with Polaroid snapshots and then with the advent of home movies and video technology - smutty films galore. They all starred Bob Crane and definitely were not a Bing Crosby Production. Knowing the undercurrent that was Crane's Id makes everything he did professionally kinda fascinating to watch. So there's something about these four foxy Go-Go dancers whooping it up to the already kinky These Boots Are Made For Walking, while Crane wails and sweats on the skins - that makes it all the more randy. It kinda feels like a real life version of that Elisha Cook Jr. scene in The Phantom Lady (1944).