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The naked truth about Marilyn Monroe's famed appearance on the first Playboy cover: The iconic blonde bombshell born Norma Jeane Mortenson never actually posed for the magazine at all. In fact, when the late Hugh Hefner used "the famous Marilyn Monroe nude" the exact words emblazoned upon the publication's splashy inaugural cover to launch the men's lifestyle and entertainment glossy — and his storied Playboy brand as a whole — in , Monroe hadn't consented to the then-four-year-old images' use, nor had Hefner directly paid her a dime. That was, of course, because neither was legally required. Barris also noted that the shoot lasted two hours and Monroe had made Kelley promise she'd look unrecognizable in the photos.
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The first example about Hugh Hefner sharing nude photos of women without their knowledge is Marilyn Monroe , who posed for Playboy's first cover, but the issue also contained older nude photos of Monroe she had posed for under another name. Hefner, according to this thread, purchased them and put them in the first issue without her knowledge in order to sell copies. The thread also claims he did this to Madonna. Four of these were reprinted in the cover featuring Madonna. Hefner later published other photos from the series in a book of Madonna nudes.
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The world lost a true original. Playboy founder Hugh Hefner passed away from natural causes at the age of While he was known as a pioneer of sexual expression for most of his life, he actually got a late start.
By Laura Mansnerus. Hugh Hefner, who created Playboy magazine and spun it into a media and entertainment-industry giant — all the while, as its very public avatar, squiring attractive young women and sometimes marrying them well into his 80s — died on Wednesday at his home, the Playboy Mansion , in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles. He was Hefner the man and Playboy the brand were inseparable.