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# Clue
1. A famous Hugh, for short
2. Playboy Mansion guy
3. Pajama-clad exec
4. Magazine exec in PJ's
5. Pajama-clad mag founder
6. Playboy #1?
7. Playboy founder to playmates
8. Mansion nickname
9. Mansion moniker
10. PJ-clad mag mogul
11. Publisher's nickname
12. Noted mansion resident, familiarly^HE
13. Man with a mansion, familiarly
14. Mag mogul married to a woman 60 years his junior
15. Celeb with a mansion
16. Mag mogul
17. Playboy (abbr.)
18. Playboy Mansion guy (abbr.)
19. Bunny figure
20. Bunny guy
21. Media mogul in a bathrobe
22. Publishing icon who started off as a copy editor for Esquire, familiarly
23. Publishing magnate who got his start at Esquire
24. Mag man in a mansion
25. Mag mogul who turned 80 on 4/9/2006
26. Playboy playboy
27. Hugh, to playmates?
28. Playboy boss, to pals
29. Playboy's founder, fondly
30. Playboy magnate, familiarly
31. Publisher often seen in PJs
32. Publisher wearing p.j.'s
33. Magazine mogul, familiarly, known for dressing in the sleepwear hinted at by the answers to starred clues
34. Pajamaed mogul, familiarly
35. Publishing nickname
36. The Girls Next Door co-creator, for short
37. Lover of Bunnies, familiarly
38. Mag man with a mansion
39. Mag mogul often seen in pj's
40. Mag wheel?
41. Magazine magnate, familiarly
42. Magazine magnate, for short
43. Hugh's nickname
44. Pajamaed publisher's nickname
45. Mag publisher's nickname
46. Magazine founder, informally
47. Mag mogul's moniker
48. Mag magnate's nickname
49. Mag magnate
50. [Snicker]
51. Title heroine played by Shirley Temple in 1937
52. Grows more intense
53. When doubled, a villain's chuckle
54. Sinister laughs
55. Dastardly laughs
56. Speed skater Eric who won five gold medals at the 1980 Winter Olympics
57. Supermodel Klum
58. Philosopher who was the father of dialectical idealism
59. Flight from danger
60. When repeated, a sneaky laugh
61. Tochises
62. One who's trustworthy?
63. 1881 novel "for children and those who love children"
64. First name on the "America's Got Talent" panel
65. Sly chuckle
66. The laugh of someone who's up to no good
67. lol alternative
68. One of a set of towels
69. Playboy Mansion owner
70. Playboy founder Hugh, familiarly
71. Playboy Enterprises figure, familiarly
72. Octogenarian mag mogul
73. The Girls Next Door mogul Hugh, familiarly
74. Playboy magnate, briefly
75. Playboy nickname
76. Beavis and Butt-head sound
77. Pounds, say
78. With 53-Across, a comment on British P.M. William Gladstone
79. German university town
80. Bunny boss, briefly
81. Debonair "bunny man"
82. Playboy founder, familiarly
83. Playboy Hugh, familiarly
84. Playboy magnate, to friends
85. Bunny farmer?
86. Colorful Hugh, familiarly
87. Bunny biggie, briefly
88. Bunny man, familiarly
89. Men's mag founder of 1953
90. Playboy publisher, to pals
91. Hugh, familiarly
92. Playmate selector, familiarly
93. Mag mogul with a mansion
94. Nickname in adult publishing
95. Magazine exec in a robe, familiarly
96. Playboy publisher, to friends
97. Mag founder of 1953
98. Mag mogul beginning in the '50s
99. Hutch's head, briefly
100. Bunny lover
101. PJ-clad mansion owner
102. Playboy founder, for short
103. Famous bathrobe wearer, informally
104. Bunny fancier
105. Nickname in magazine publishing
106. Playboy Mansion name
107. Bunny man
108. Playboy head, to friends
109. "Entertainment for Men" coiner familiarly
110. "Hutch" honcho
111. "Playboy" boss to pals
112. "Playboy" founder Hugh familiarly
113. "Playboy" founder briefly
114. "Playboy" founder familiarly
115. "Playboy" founder for short
116. "Playboy" mogul to pals
117. "Playboy" nickname
118. "Playboy" playboy
119. "Playboy" publisher to pals
120. "The Girls Next Door" co-creator for short
121. "The Girls Next Door" magnate familiarly
122. "The Girls Next Door" mogul Hugh familiarly
123. 'Playboy' founder casually
124. A famous Hugh for short
125. Archetypal playboy
126. Biggie to Bunnies
127. Bunny biggie briefly
128. Bunny boss
129. Bunny boss briefly
130. Bunny boss familiarly
131. Bunny boss for short
132. Bunny empire creator
133. Bunny keeper?
134. Bunny man familiarly
135. Bunny man for short
136. Bunny man?
137. Bunny's beau
138. Burgundy-robed 89-year-old married to a 29-year-old as tabloids might call him
139. Colorful Hugh familiarly
140. Exec often seen in his PJs
141. Famous bathrobe and bunny enthusiast familiarly
142. Famous bathrobe wearer informally
143. Famous mansion owner to friends
144. Former owner of the jet "Big Bunny " to friends
145. Former publishing nickname
146. Halloween costume comprising a yachter's cap and red smoking jacket for short
147. He has issues with scantily clad women
148. He paid for the new H of the Hollywood sign
149. He's a Bunny guy
150. He's known for keeping many Bunnies in his house
151. Head Playboy familiarly
152. His mag was first published in 1953
153. Honcho of "Playboy"
154. Hugh familiarly
155. Hugh to playmates?
156. Hutch's head briefly
157. Late Playboy founder familiarly
158. Late mag publisher
159. Lover of Bunnies familiarly
160. Mag exec in a robe
161. Mag figure who published Roald Dahl's "My Uncle Oswald" (about whom Dahl said was "the greatest fornicator of all time")
162. Mag mogul in PJs
163. Mag mogul who dates girls 60 years his junior
164. Mag mogul's nickname
165. Magazine exec in a robe familiarly
166. Magazine founder informally
167. Magazine magnate familiarly
168. Magazine magnate for short
169. Magazine man in PJ's
170. Magazine mogul familiarly
171. Magazine mogul familiarly known for dressing in the sleepwear hinted at by the answers to starred clues
172. Magazine-publishing mansion owner informally
173. Man with a mansion familiarly
174. Mansion man
175. Mansion man for short
176. Mansion owner familiarly
177. Men's magazine founder to friends
178. Mogul in silk PJs
179. Mogul with a Bunny
180. Mr. Playboy for short
181. Nickname at Playboy Enterprises
182. Noted mansion man for short
183. Noted mansion resident familiarly^HE
184. Onetime nickname in magazine publishing
185. Owner of an infamous mansion familiarly
186. Pajama-clad magazine founder familiarly
187. Pajamaed mogul familiarly
188. Papa Playboy
189. Playboy Enterprises figure familiarly
190. Playboy Hugh familiarly
191. Playboy Mansion nickname
192. Playboy Mansion resident
193. Playboy Mansion resident familiarly
194. Playboy Mansion resident for short
195. Playboy No. 1
196. Playboy VIP familiarly
197. Playboy boss
198. Playboy boss Hugh for short
199. Playboy boss familiarly
200. Playboy boss for short
201. Playboy creator's nickname
202. Playboy founder for short
203. Playboy founder's nickname
204. Playboy founder familiarly
205. Playboy founder for short
206. Playboy founder informally
207. Playboy head to friends
208. Playboy magnate briefly
209. Playboy magnate familiarly
210. Playboy magnate to friends
211. Playboy mansion boss
212. Playboy publisher to friends
213. Playboy's founder fondly
214. Playboy's name
215. Playmate selector familiarly
216. Publisher in a robe familiarly
217. Publisher of a noted men's mag
218. Publisher whose second and third children were born 35 years apart
219. Publishing icon who started off as a copy editor for Esquire familiarly
220. Publishing icon familiarly
221. Publishing magnate with a famous mansion familiarly
222. Publishing mogul for short
223. Resident of 10236 Charing Cross Road in Los Angeles informally
224. Short name for a bunny man
225. Silk-jammied CEO
226. Star of reality TV's "The Girls Next Door " briefly
227. Subject of the 2015 tell-all book "Down the Rabbit Hole" informally
228. Would-be host of a Loretta Sanchez fund-raiser
229. {Playboy} founder informally
230. Weight
231. Importance
232. Lift
233. Lifts with difficulty
234. Pajama-clad publisher
235. Name in ketchup
236. Small chuckle
237. Sneaky laughs
238. Prince, e.g.
239. Little chuckle
240. ___ to the throne
241. [Giggle]
242. Klum of "Project Runway"
243. 1937 Shirley Temple title role
244. Giggle
245. Sneaky laugh sound
246. ___ majesty
247. Dress edge
248. Hair dye
249. Gives a boost
250. Stall for time
251. One in a receiving line?
252. Scornful cry
253. Greeting to Hitler
254. Alpine heroine
255. Substantial
256. Bunny's boss
257. Laugh sound
258. Mansion owner, familiarly
259. Playboy Mansion resident, familiarly
260. Publishing icon, familiarly
261. Men's magazine founder, to friends
262. Exec with a noted mansion
263. Publishing mogul with a mansion