Although his specialty was in publishing, Hugh Hefner also had a great impact on pop culture at large. In celebration of the founder and editor of Playboy, who died Wednesday, EW has rounded up where you can stream the highlights from Hefner’s film and TV career (The Playboy Club and The Girls Next Door excluded, as neither shows are available online).
American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story
This docu-series from Amazon is one of Hefner’s last projects and features the icon narrating his life with scripted, stylized flashbacks and never-before-seen footage from his archive. You can stream it on Amazon Prime.
The House Bunny (2008)
Anna Faris plays a Playboy Bunny who gets kicked out of the mansion and is taken in by a dumpy sorority. Hefner plays himself and lent his lavish home to the movie, which also features real-life Bunnies. You can stream it on Starz.
Saturday Night Live (1977)
Hefner hosted this 1977 episode of SNL in his pajamas. You can stream the episode on Hulu.
Miss March (2009)
After waking up from a four-year coma, Eugene finds out his high school sweetheart has become a Playboy Bunny. With the help of his best friend, he sets out on a mission to win her back, which includes an appearance by Hufner playing himself. You can stream it on Cinemax for Amazon Prime
What It Was Like Growing Up In The Playboy Mansion (2015)
Hefner’s son Cooper talks about his seemingly innocent adolescence in the Playboy headquarters. You can stream it on Amazon Prime.
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist, and Rebel (2009)
This documentary on the publisher spotlights his controversial magazine, civil rights and sexual liberation activism, and his impact on pop culture. You can stream it on Amazon Prime’s Sundance Now channel.
Bettie Page Reveals All (2013)
Hefner is a frequent interview in this documentary about the iconic ’50s pinup girl. You can stream it on Sundance Now.