Crane may refer to:

  • Crane (bird), a large, long-necked bird
    • Thousand origami cranes, Paper crane, an origami version of this bird
  • Crane (machine), an industrial machinery for lifting
    • Container crane, a machine for lifting intermodal containers
    • Crane (railroad), a crane suited to use on railroads

Crane or cranes may also refer to

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J Anthony Crane
... Anthony Crane, aka Tony Crane (born October 19, 1972) is an American film, television, and stage actor ...
John Henry Carpenter - Relationship With Crane
... Carpenter, a salesman specializing in video technology, met Crane through mutual friend Richard Dawson, Crane's co-star on Hogan's Heroes ... The two men (Crane and Carpenter) frequented bars together, picking up women and often recording their exploits in snapshots and on videotape ... at Bobby Mcgee's restaurant and bar testified in court that Carpenter and Crane hadn't had an intense argument at the night before Crane was bludgeoned ...
Les Crane - Television
... In late August 1963, Crane moved to New York City to host a 100 a.m ... The first American TV appearance of The Rolling Stones was on Crane's program in June 1964 when only New Yorkers could see it ... on the ABC schedule and titled The Les Crane Show ...
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... Mudflap transforms into a truck crane ... His Cyber Key extends his crane arm and deploys a massive saw blade (Mega Crane Blade), and also activates an arm-mounted missile-launcher ...

Famous quotes containing the word crane:

    The bottom of the sea is cruel.
    —Hart Crane (1899–1932)

    “I am enchanted, believe me,
    To die, thus,
    In this mediaeval fashion,
    According to the best legends;
    —Stephen Crane (1871–1900)

    But the star-glistered salver of infinity,
    The circle, blind crucible of endless space,
    Is sluiced by motion,—subjugated never.
    —Hart Crane (1899–1932)