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'Playboy' publisher Hugh Hefner surrounded by Bunny Girls.    (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

91 év: Hugh Hefner élete képekben

Karancsi Rudolf
Karancsi Rudolf

fotóriporter. 2017. 09. 28. 15:14

Szeptember 27-én meghalt Hugh Hefner, a Playboy alapítója. Egy hosszabb cikkben megemlékeztünk életének legfőbb állomásairól, most pedig nézzük meg, hogy milyen (beszédes) képek készültek róla az évtizedek alatt!

26th June 1966:  Millionaire Hugh Hefner, founder of the Playboy empire, during a visit to Britain.  (Photo by John Downing/Express/Getty Images)
Mindenki meghal, de Hugh Hefner élt is
Ezer nő, több milliós példányszám és 91 év. Mutatjuk, mit tett le az asztalra a Playboy-alapító.
26th June 1966:  Magazine tycoon Hugh Hefner giving an interview during a visit to Britain.  (Photo by John Downing/Express/Getty Images)
Fotó: John Downing/Express/Getty Images

 

American pornographic magazine publisher and club owner, Hugh Hefner with American actress, Barbara Benton on the roof of London's Playboy Club on Park Lane, Central London after holding a press conference.  (Photo by Michael Webb/Getty Images)
Fotó: Michael Webb/Getty Images

 

Hugh Hefner and his girlfriend Barbi Benton visit his Playboy Club in London. (Photo by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
Fotó: Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images

 

The president of Playboy Enterperises, Hugh Hefner with girlfriend, Barbi Benton in his luxury DC-9 aircraft 'The Big Bunny' at Heathrow. The couple are en route to an extended holiday around Europe.   (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
Fotó: Keystone/Getty Images

 

Hugh Hefner, American editor, publisher and founder of Playboy magazine, and his girlfriend Barbi Benton are welcomed by 'Bunny Girls' from the London Playboy Club, on their arrival at Heathrow Airport aboard his private DC 9 jetliner, which bears the Playboy logo. One Bunny Girl is wearing a Union Jack costume.  (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)
Fotó: Central Press/Getty Images

 

Roman Polanski talking to Hugh Hefner, owner of the Playboy empire, who has sponsored his latest film 'Macbeth' which stars Francesca Annis (centre).   (Photo by Ian Tyas/Getty Images)
Fotó: Ian Tyas/Getty Images

 

Millionaire publisher of Playboy magazine Hugh Hefner poses with a bevy of bunny girls at one of America's chain of Playboy clubs.   (Photo by Helmut Kretz/Getty Images)
Fotó: Helmut Kretz/Getty Images

 

Playboy boss Hugh Hefner arrives at London Airport, UK, 4th August 1971.  (Photo by R. Brigden/Daily Express/Getty Images)
Fotó: R. Brigden/Daily Express/Getty Images

 

The Rembrandts, Jasmin Bleeth, Hugh Hefner & Playboy Bunnies (Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)
Fotó: SGranitz/WireImage

 

LOS ANGELES PREMIERE OF NEW 'STAR WARS' FILM (Photo by Frank Trapper/Corbis via Getty Images)
Fotó: Frank Trapper/Corbis via Getty Images

 

Hugh Hefner during Party for the Backstreet Boys at The Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)
Fotó: SGranitz/WireImage

 

(FILES) This file photo taken on January 11, 2007 shows Playboy Magazine publisher Hugh Hefner during a press conference to introduce the new season of his TV show "Girls of the Playboy Mansion" on E! Entertainment at the Palyboy Mansion in Beverly Hills, California.  
Hugh Hefner, the silk pajamas-wearing founder of Playboy Magazine who helped steer nudity into the American mainstream died Wednesday, September 27, 2017 his magazine announced on Twitter. He was 91 years old. / AFP PHOTO / Gabriel BOUYS
Fotó: AFP/Gabriel Bouys

 

Fotó: MTI/EPA/Bruno Bebert

 

(FILES) This file photo taken on October 14, 2006 shows the Playboy Mansion owned by Playboy Magazine publisher Hugh Hefner in Beverly Hills, California. 
Hugh Hefner, the silk pajamas-wearing founder of Playboy Magazine who helped steer nudity into the American mainstream died Wednesday, September 27, 2017 his magazine announced on Twitter. He was 91 years old. / AFP PHOTO / Gabriel BOUYS
Fotó: AFP/Gabriel Bouys

 

Fotó: MTI/AP/Kristian Dowling

 

(FILES) This file photo taken on January 11, 2007 shows a copy of Playboy Magazine publisher Hugh Hefner's "Star" from the Hollywood Walk of Fame as seen on Hefner's property, the Playboy Mansion, in Beverly Hills, California. 
Hugh Hefner, the silk pajamas-wearing founder of Playboy Magazine who helped steer nudity into the American mainstream died Wednesday, September 27, 2017 his magazine announced on Twitter. He was 91 years old. / AFP PHOTO / Gabriel BOUYS
Fotó: AFP/Gabriel Bouys
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