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Series: Penthouse The Magazine for Men

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Penthouse The Magazine for Men | Vol. 2. No.11. | October 1967 by Bob GuccioneOctober 1967
Penthouse Magazine 19691969
Penthouse The Magazine for Men | Vol. 4. No.5. | May 1969 by Bob GuccioneMay 1969
Penthouse The Magazine for Men | Vol. 4. No.9. | September 1969 by Bob GuccioneSeptember 1969
Penthouse Magazine 19701970
Penthouse Magazine 19711971
Penthouse Magazine October 1972 by Bob GuccioneOctober 1972
Penthouse Magazine 19731973
Penthouse Magazine December 1973 by Bob GuccioneDecember 1973
Penthouse Magazine February 1973 by Bob GuccioneFebruary 1973
Penthouse Magazine November 1973 by Bob GuccioneNovember 1973
Penthouse, April 1973April 1973
Penthouse Magazine 19741974
Penthouse Magazine 19751975
Penthouse Adult Magazine: July 1976 by Penthouse InternationalJuly 1976
Penthouse Magazine 19761976
Penthouse March 1977 by PenthouseMarch 1977
Penthouse Magazine 19781978
Penthouse Magazine 19801980
Penthouse 1982, No. 5 by Bob GuccioneMay 1982
Penthouse 1984, Nr. 10 by German Penthouse PublishingOctober 1984
Penthouse Magazine January 1984 by PenthouseJanuary 1984
Penthouse Adult magazine:October 1986 by General MediaOctober 1986
Penthouse April 1986-Dominique St. Croix Pet by Bob GuccioneApril 1986
Penthouse Magazine August 1986 by Bob GuccioneAugust 1986
Penthouse Magazine December 1986December 1986
Penthouse Magazine February 1986 by PenthouseFebruary 1986
Penthouse Magazine July 1986 by Bob GuccioneJuly 1986
Penthouse Magazine March 1986 by Bob GuccioneMarch 1986
Penthouse Magazine May 1986 by PenthouseMay 1986
Penthouse Magazine November 1986 by PenthouseNovember 1986
Penthouse Magazine September 1986 by Bob GuccioneSeptember 1986
PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE (MAY 1987) by Penthouse StaffMay 1987
Penthouse Magazine April 1987 by PenthouseApril 1987
Penthouse Magazine March 1987 Pet of the Year Runner-Up by PenthouseMarch 1987
Penthouse Magazine November 1987 by PenthouseNovember 1987
Penthouse Adult Magazine:December 1988 by Penthouse PublishingDecember 1988
Penthouse Magazine February 1988 by Bob GuccioneFebruary 1988
Penthouse Magazine: March 1988 by Bob GuccioneMarch 1988
PENTHOUSE, MAY 1988May 1988
Penthouse 1989, Nr. 10 by Magazines Publishing CompanyOctober 1989
Penthouse Magazine June 1989 by PenthouseJune 1989
Penthouse Magazine November 1989 by PenthouseNovember 1989
Penthouse Magazine: September 1989 -- 20th Anniversary Issue by Bob GuccioneSeptember 1989
Penthouse September 1989, 20 Anniversary by Bob GuccioneSeptember 1989
Penthouse Magazine April 1990 by Bob GuccioneApril 1990
Penthouse Magazine June 1990 by PenthouseJune 1990
Penthouse 1992, Nr. 1 by Magazines Publishing CompanyJanuary 1992
Penthouse Magazine: March 1993 by Bob GuccioneMarch 1993
Penthouse 1999, No. 2 by European PublishingFebruary 1999
Penthouse Adult Magazine March 2007 by Editors of PenthouseMarch 2007
Penthouse Adult Magazine: April 2007 by Penthouse PublishingApril 2007
Penthouse August 2007 with Krista Ayne by The International Magazine For MenAugust 2007
Penthouse December 20072007
Penthouse February 2007 by PenthouseFebruary 2007
Penthouse July 2007 Slash Tila Tequila Sasha Grey Chuck Liddell Jack White by Penthouse MagazineJuly 2007
Penthouse Magazine January 2007 Featuring Erica Ellyson Mamma's Boy by PenthouseJanuary 2007
Penthouse May 2007 by International Magazine for MenMay 2007
Penthouse Men's Magazine Nicci Capan September 2007 by PenthouseSeptember 2007
Penthouse November 2007 by PenthouseNovember 2007
Penthouse October 2007 with Sandy Summers by PenthouseOctober 2007
Penthouse, June 2007 Issue by Editors of Penthouse MagazineJune 2007
Penthouse Magazine September 2015 by Bob GuccioneSeptember 2015

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Penthouse is a British (also sold in the US) men's magazine founded by Robert C. Guccione. It combines urban lifestyle articles and softcore pornographic pictorials that, in the 1990s, temporarily evolved into hardcore.

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