4, and popped up again at the Playboy Mansion's annual Halloween celebration media preview.

Wilkinson is the only one remaining in the Playboy Mansion and has yet to confirm or deny the rumors of dating Baskett or breaking up with Hefner.

She is reportedly abroad filming episodes for her upcoming Travel Channel series, "Bridget's Beaches." With the rumors and Hefner's statement, it is very likely that Kristina and Karissa will become Hef's new girlfriends and replace the "Girls Next Door" crew of Holly, Bridget and Kendra.

"'In a career that stretched back to the mid-50s, Edwards directed more than 30 films, including Operation Petticoat, starring Cary Grant and Tony Curtis and the classic Breakfast At Tiffany’s, which starred Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard.

In a career that stretched back to the mid-50s, Edwards directed more than 30 films, including Operation Petticoat, starring Cary Grant and Tony Curtis and the classic Breakfast At Tiffany’s, which starred Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard.

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The only way I got to make it was because of the huge success of '10,' and even then they tried to sabotage it.'However, Richard Schickel wrote in Time magazine: 'When director Edwards is at his best, there is something bracing, and in these days, unique about his comedy. He really wants to save the world by showing how stupid some of its creatures can be.'Although many of Edwards' films were solid hits, he was nominated for Academy Awards only twice, in 1982 for writing the adapted screenplay of 'Victor/Victoria' and in 1983 for co-writing 'The Man Who Loved Women.' Starring Craig Stevens, the series ran until 1961 and resulted in a 1967 feature movie 'Gunn'.'Peter Gunn' marked the beginning of a fruitful collaboration between Edwards and Mancini, who composed melodic scores and songs for most of Edwards' films.

The Edwards family history extended virtually the entire length of American motion pictures. Gordon Edwards was a pioneering director of silent films, including more than 20 with the exotic vamp Theda Bara.

In 1947, Edwards turned to radio and created the hard-boiled 'Richard Diamond, Private Detective'; it was converted to television in 1957, starring David Janssen with Mary Tyler Moore as his secretary, whose face is never seen on-screen.