Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story -

Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story -

Bob Guccione      Born	December 17, 1930  Brooklyn, New York, U.S.  Died	October 20, 2010 (aged 79)  Plano, Texas, U.S

Bob Guccione Born December 17, 1930 Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Died October 20, 2010 (aged 79) Plano, Texas, U.S

Explore the life of pornography icon Bob Guccione, the eccentric publisher who brought Penthouse magazine to the shelves, on biography.com.

Explore the life of pornography icon Bob Guccione, the eccentric publisher who brought Penthouse magazine to the shelves, on biography.com.

One of thirty shades of grey strokes between legitimate movie and pornography (this one greyer than the others) as Bob Guccione presents "Caligula" starring Malcolm McDowell with Helen Mirren (really), screenplay by Gore Vidal (no kidding). Guccione farked the movie when everybody's backs were turned.

One of thirty shades of grey strokes between legitimate movie and pornography (this one greyer than the others) as Bob Guccione presents "Caligula" starring Malcolm McDowell with Helen Mirren (really), screenplay by Gore Vidal (no kidding). Guccione farked the movie when everybody's backs were turned.

How Bob Guccione got Malcolm McDowell, Dame Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, and John Gielgud to act in this pornographic, but surprisingly good, piece of celluloid storytelling is anyone's guess. Directed by Tinto Brass, you know right off there will be a lot of flesh.  What is surprising is that most of it is supplied by Penthouse Pets. It lives up to its notoriety, and is worth a watch for the probably near accurate portrayal of Emperor Gaius "Caligula" and his descent into madness and…

How Bob Guccione got Malcolm McDowell, Dame Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, and John Gielgud to act in this pornographic, but surprisingly good, piece of celluloid storytelling is anyone's guess. Directed by Tinto Brass, you know right off there will be a lot of flesh. What is surprising is that most of it is supplied by Penthouse Pets. It lives up to its notoriety, and is worth a watch for the probably near accurate portrayal of Emperor Gaius "Caligula" and his descent into madness and…

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