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He bought a Holmby Hills mansion in 1971 for the then outrageous sum of
He bought a Holmby Hills mansion in 1971 for the then outrageous sum of $1 million.By design, the one-time cartoonist was on his way to becoming a caricature.||
He bought a Holmby Hills mansion in 1971 for the then outrageous sum of $1 million.million.
Hugh Marston Hefner was the unlikeliest of skin-trade revolutionaries.
"I'll be the first to admit that the way in which the magazine portrayed nudity was dated, but removing it entirely was a mistake," he said.
Also back for a new generation: the Party Jokes section and The Playboy Philosophy, a political and cultural column written by Hefner, nearly 40 years after his father last wrote it for the magazine.
Though no longer needing to work day and night, Hefner was never seen without his pipe and PJs.
Both his round bed and his infamous backyard grotto were filled with an endless parade of women, some of whom stayed (Barbi Benton, Carrie Leigh) while most vanished (as had his first wife Millie, with whom he’d had two children, David and Christie).The mansion became a second home for famous friends, ranging from legends such as Frank Sinatra to whoever was hot in Hollywood at that moment.