1. In 2005, Hugh Hefner wanted to start an Indian version of Playboy with Bollywood actor Aishwarya Rai appearing on the cover of the first issue.
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2. Hugh Hefner graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a bachelor of arts in psychology and a double minor in creative writing and art in 1949, earning his degree in two and a half years.
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6. Hugh Hefner bought the crypt right next to Marilyn's for the price of $75,000 at Westwood Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
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14. Hugh Hefner had an obsession with Marilyn Monroe, whose nude calendar shoot graced the very first issue of Playboy, even though the two never met.
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20. Hugh Hefner purchased the burial vault next to Marilyn Monroe as his future place of final rest.
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24. Hugh Hefner donated $900,000 to Trust for Public Land to save the iconic Hollywood sign from being plowed under in order to make room for four luxury homes.
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27. Hugh Hefner used the books for a term paper when he was taking graduate courses in sociology at Northwestern University in Illinois and they are filled with his margin notes and underlining.
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31. In 1978, Hugh Hefner helped organize fund-raising efforts that led to the restoration of the Hollywood Sign.
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32. Hugh Hefner donated and raised money for the Democratic Party.
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34. Hugh Hefner has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for television and made several movie appearances as himself on the small screen.
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35. Hugh Hefner was the chief creative officer of Playboy Enterprises, the publishing group that operates the magazine.
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