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  • Playgirl is an American magazine that features general interest articles, lifestyle and celebrity news, in addition to nude or semi-nude men. In the 1970s
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  • Playgirl is an adult magazine. Playgirl may also refer to: Play Girl (1932 film), a 1932 film Play Girl, a 1941 film Playgirl (film), a 1954 film Playgirl
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  • "Playgirl" is the second single from the album 604 by the electronic music group Ladytron. In 2001, the single re-release peaked at number 89 on the UK
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  • Playgirl is a 1954 American film noir crime film directed by Joseph Pevney starring Shelley Winters, Barry Sullivan and Colleen Miller. Innocent and attractive
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  • an under served audience of homosexual men. 'Fifty percent of Playgirl's readership is male, so it's an interesting way of tapping into the gay market
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    "Oh God, I wanted her to die", The Sunday Times, Retrieved 29 May 2009. Playgirl, Volume 3, 1975 Aronson, p. 260 Heald, p. 194; Warwick, p. 255 Margaret
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  • The International Playboy & Playgirl Record is the eleventh studio album by Japanese pop band Pizzicato Five. The album was released on October 1, 1998
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  • is an American rapper who achieved success in the early 1990s on the Uptown Records label. Father MC appeared nude in the August 1996 issue Playgirl in
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  • just like them. They don't want heroes; what they want is to see you fall." In 1998, he sued Playgirl magazine over plans to publish a fully nude picture
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  • Company. Retrieved 16 July 2016. "Ladytron – Playgirl (CD1)". Discogs. Retrieved 25 May 2011. "Ladytron – Playgirl (CD2)". Discogs. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
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  • Playgirl (プレイガール, Pureigāru) is a Japanese television action/drama series which ran from 1969 to 1976 over a total of 276 episodes. It was conceived in
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  • attention Steele received from gay men, specifically after his photoshoot for Playgirl magazine. In 2005, Type O Negative left Roadrunner Records. Steele had
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  • Peter Lupus (category Playgirl Men of the Month)
    of Superman (with the permission of what is now DC Comics). He appeared for many months until the Playgirl pictorial was published. On July 19, 2007
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  • the Year is a 1995 mockumentary film written, directed by and starring Dirk Shafer. It is a fictionalized account of Shafer's reign as Playgirl magazine's
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  • Playgirl is the fourth studio album by Japanese singer and songwriter Rina Aiuchi. It was released on December 15, 2004, through Giza Studio. The album
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  • Too Hot to Handle (released in the United States as Playgirl After Dark) is a 1960 British neo-noir gangster thriller film directed by Terence Young and
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  • That works out to an average number of 606 claps per show. White dated Playgirl centerfold/Chippendales-dancer-turned-actor John Gibson in the 1980s, and
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  • struggling with his sexuality, Playgirl centerfold Scott Merritt is coming all the way out. To his surprise, so is Playgirl," The Advocate, Issue 895, August
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  • Ron Jeremy (category Commons category link is on Wikidata)
    an actor who "starved Off-Broadway" Jeremy soon found work posing for Playgirl after his then-girlfriend submitted his photo to the magazine. Jeremy utilized
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  • comedian Moshe Kasher. Peretti has written for The Village Voice, Details, Playgirl, Jest, American Theatre Magazine, as well as online publications including
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