23 June 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 40,000
Estimate USD 15,000 - USD 20,000
Hogan's Heroes, 1965-1971
Iconic leather jacket worn by actor Bob Crane as Robert E. Hogan during the six-year run of the television series Hogan's Heroes. Additionally worn by Greg Kinnear who played Bob Crane in the 2002 film Auto Focus, and by Frank Sinatra who wore the jacket during the filming of Von Ryan's Express.
The jacket features a Western Costume Co., Hollywood tag, with No. 2093-1 and Bob Crane, sewn on the back of the collar, a leather tag attached to the breast with the gold embossed Col. R. E. Hogan, and painted military insignia on the shoulders and left sleeve. Accompanied by Crane's military style Elbeco shirt with a pair of attachable military pins.
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