Hot House Entertainment

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Hot House Entertainment
TypePrivate
IndustryGay pornography
Founded1993
HeadquartersSan Francisco, California, United States
ProductsPornographic films and internet pornography
Websitewww.hothouse.com
 
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Hot House Entertainment
TypePrivate
IndustryGay pornography
Founded1993
HeadquartersSan Francisco, California, United States
ProductsPornographic films and internet pornography
Websitewww.hothouse.com

Hot House Entertainment is a San Francisco-based gay pornography studio founded in 1993 by director Steven Scarborough. The company has several video lines and web properties. In 2002 Scarborough was honored at the GayVN Awards where he was inducted into the Hall of Fame; he also earned a spot on the Gay Chicago Magazine's Wall of Fame at the 2004 Grabby Awards.[1]

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