Larry Flynt Publications

Larry Flynt Publications, or LFP, Inc., runs the adult entertainment empire founded by Larry Flynt. Founded in 1976, two years after Flynt began publishing Hustler magazine, LFP was originally to serve as the parent company of this magazine.

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Larry Flynt Publications - Hustler Casino
... LFP's most profitable business is not a publication— it is the Hustler Casino, which Flynt has said accounts for over $20 million in profits in 2007 ... On June 22, 2000, Flynt opened the Casino, a card room located in the Los Angeles suburb of Gardena ... speculated that, because of his past legal troubles, Flynt might not be able to get a license to operate a card room ...
Entertainment Weekly - Typical Content and Frequency - Specialty Issues
... Larry Flynt Emily Watson-Breaking The Waves Diane Keaton - Marvin's Room Meryl Streep - Marvin's Room Gwyneth Paltrow - Emma Winona Ryder - The Crucible Gena Rowlands - Unhook The Stars Kathy Bates - The ... Larry Flynt Denzel Washington - Courage Under Fire - Daniel Day-Lewis - The Crucible Liam Neeson - Michael Collins Kenneth Branagh - Hamlet John Travolta - Phenomenon Nathan Lane - The Birdcage Billy ... Larry Flynt Everyone Says I Love You) Samuel L ...
Film Threat - Larry Flynt Publications
... would eventually find a new home with Larry Flynt Publications, relaunching in November, 1991 as Volume 2, Issue 1 ... in 1994, and the magazine continued to grow, but Film Threat's tenure with Larry Flynt Publications ended after 28 issues in June 1996 ...

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