R | | Biography, Crime, Drama
The life of TV star Bob Crane and his strange friendship with electronics expert John Henry Carpenter.
The bald actor who plays a reporter interviewing Crane about midway through the film is Crane's real son, Bob Crane Jr. (Robert David Crane).
I'm a normal, red-blooded American man. I like to look at naked women. I love breasts, any kind. I love 'em! Boobs, bazooms, balloons, bags, bazongas. The bigger, the better. Nipples like udders, nipples like saucers, big pale rosy-brown nipples. ...
When Crane's photographs are spread across the floor, we see small black lettering on the back of each print. This black lettering is a computer printout of exposure information, used by photo lab machines only since the 1980s, long after the movie's setting in the late '60s/early '70s.
$123,761 (USA) (20 October 2002)
$2,062,066 (USA) (26 January 2003)
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