Arthur Kane (February 3, 1949 – July 13, 2004) was a musician and librarian best known as the bassist for the pioneering glam punk band the New York Dolls. He stated in the 2004 documentary film New York Doll that his nickname, Arthur "Killer" Kane, was inspired by the old Buck Rogers comic strip's villainous character Killer Kane. Kane remained part of the Dolls from their founding until he was forced out of the group shortly after the departure of Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan. He joined them for a reunion show in 2004 which was the subject of the aforementioned documentary. Singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock wrote a tribute to Kane, "N.Y. Doll", for his 2006 album Ole! Tarantula.
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