A reclusive photojournalist lives quietly in a New York penthouse, until a smooth but sadistic criminal looking for a hidden fortune enters her life.
Girl trouble starts when a man and two good buddies becomes roommates.
Gertie Waxted (Myrna Loy) knows how a notorious gangster Jim Crelliman runs his rackets, because she’s long been under the hoodlum’s thumb. No more. She’s secretly helping lawyer Jackson Durant (Warner Baxter) in a snoop job aimed at pinning a murder on the thug. Her life will be in peril when that secret gets out.
A gang of white slavers lure beautiful young women into prostitution by staging beauty contests in which the "prize" is a Hollywood contract. The "winners" are then drugged and sold to international sex traffickers
Three thugs--Tom, Dick and Harry (a woman)--break into the penthouse apartment of an adulterous couple and proceed to terrorize them, but as it turns out, things aren't exactly what they seem to be.
An erotic anthology with many different sexy stories, each based on a real, reader-submitted story published in the infamous Penthouse Forum Letters.
Take a walk on the wild side as Penthouse presents your favorite Penthouse Pets in tantalizing musical vignettes featuring the sizzling sounds of one of today's hottest rock bands.
Agneta Eckemyr has one goal in life -to hold on to her home - Penthouse North.
Dinah St. Clair lives the charmed life as the daughter of a wealthy record producer. Enter Joe Dobson, a friend from Dinah's past that has mental problems. Joe's mother killed herself when he was young. Since then, he has been obsessed with death by falling. Joe breaks out of the mental ward he was in to meet Dinah. Unluckily, Dinah doesn't know about his past and lets him in. He holds her hostage, while the police and her father try to forge a plan to get her out of this sticky situation. Can Dinah be saved while she tries to save Joe?
Like the first entry in Columbia's "Ellery Queen" series, Ellery Queen's Penthouse Mystery depicts its amateur-criminologist hero as an oafish ignoramus. This time around, Chinese ventriloquist Gordon Cobb (Noel Madison), is murdered by a gang of jewel thieves. Baffled by the contradictory clues, Inspector Queen (Charles Grapewin) asks his son Ellery (Ralph Bellamy) to help out.
While Bimbo and Koko admire Betty, their experiment becomes a monster.
The gorgeous women of Hollywood's past are lovingly reincarnated here as beautiful Penthouse Pets. Disguised as a variety of Hollywood seductresses, they recreate the most erotic scenes from classic films.
Larry and Shemp reminisce about their experiences with Jean, a diamond crazy gold digger each of them was gypped by. After telling their stories, they have a run in with Moe, who is now married to the same women. When Jean shows up, they deliver some stooge-style revenge.
A comedy directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb.
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The Stooges are sent by their mother to stop their rich fathers plan to remarry. Shemp plays dual role as Shemp and Father.
A troubled young woman agrees to spend two weeks at a friend's Manhattan penthouse while the friend is away on a modeling assignment, but a series of mysterious disturbances begin occurring during the night.
Playboy's Penthouse is an American variety/talk television show hosted by Playboy founder and then-editor/publisher Hugh Hefner. It was first broadcast on October 24, 1959 and ran in syndication for slightly more than one year with a second season starting on September 9, 1961 with Jack E. Leonard, Anita O'Day, Buddy Greco, and George Wein.
The Penthouse Club was a weekly variety program produced live to air from the studios of HSV-7 Melbourne from October 10, 1970. It was originally hosted by Michael Williamson and comedian Mary Hardy. The program, screening each Saturday night from around 8.30pm, was a mix of comedy, light entertainment and live coverage of harness racing from the RAS Showgrounds and, latterly, Moonee Valley racecourse. The weekly lottery draw Tattslotto was incorporated as a segment in the program from around 1972. The Penthouse Club was considered a welcome alternative on Saturday nights which is often regarded as a wasteland of reruns and low-grade movies on other channels. The long-time musical director for the program was Ivan Hutchinson. In 1978, Williamson was replaced by Ernie Sigley and the program was re-titled Saturday Night Live in 1979. Mary Hardy left the program during 1978. The predecessor programs were Sunnyside Up and Club Seven. Rival television station ATV-10 attempted to resurrect the format in 1980 with little success.
The Penthouse Live! is now a defunct Sunday Night Variety show of GMA Network from 1982 to 1987.