Designing the music 'play' room, which was located left of the main room's staircase, the rear translucent wall had electronic panels, gadgets, reel to reel tape machines, vinyl record turntables, monitors simulated as a disk jockeys play pen. Maxwell Smith had an electronic "used equipment" storage store in Santa Monica where his purchases were stored and sold. Max would salvage all the NASA space program's equipment, which was automatically replaced after each space launch. All the electronics in Hefner's music play room was from these space launches. The production designer joked that Hef could send us all to the moon with a push of a button. See more »
A swinging seventies party. Filmed very loose and very free. Always star studded and very hip. The episodes I've seen from 1970 have the look and feel of Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Worth checking out.
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