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Watch Bob Guccione Discuss Hefner,
, and the Futility of Film Critics
In this undated TV interview, the ‘Penthouse’ founder — who died yesterday — airs his views and airs out his chest hair.
Founder Bob Guccione Dies at 79
In the eighties, Guccione was one of the richest men in America.
founder Bob Guccione Dies at 79
The ‘Penthouse’ founder had been suffering from lung cancer.
Keith Kelly’s Report of Bob Guccione Senior’s Death Was Mildly Exaggerated
He is not dead — he’s just in New Jersey.
Bob Guccione’s Mansion Had Marble Columns With His Face Carved Into Them
The ‘Penthouse’ publisher also owned a good number of busts, in both senses of the word.
Midyear Luxe Market Watch: It’s All About the Trophies
It’s no longer enough to have a multi-million-dollar apartment. Now everyone has to have a
Michael Phelps Is Gold for NBC
Plus, lawyers make criminals sing (to ‘Don Giovanni’), another spectacular apartment you can’t afford hits the market, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
Harbinger Capital Founder Philip Falcone Will Always Be ‘A Little Iron Ranger’ to the Folks Back in Duluth
The hedge-fund “big shot” gets taken down to size by his hometown newspaper.