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Remembrances

Hugh Hefner On Early 'Playboy' And Changing America's Values

In 1999, Hefner told Fresh Air that his magazine was a reaction to his own upbringing. "I believe and hope that Playboy [has] played some small part in changing the values ... of our time," he said.

Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm character is an exaggerated version of himself. John P. Johnson/HBO hide caption

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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Returns, And Larry David Is Back To Playing Himself

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Hugh Hefner On Early 'Playboy' And Changing America's Values

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