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Hustler is a monthly pornographic men's magazine and general brand of Larry Flynt Publications.
Hustler or hustlers also commonly refers to:
- A practitioner of confidence tricks
- Someone who deceives others by hustling, usually in sports
- An American slang word for a pimp, drug dealer or male prostitute
Hustler or Hustlers may also refer to:
- Hustler (car), an Austin-Mini based Interstyl designed kit car designed by William Towns in 1978
- "Hustler" (song), a 2006 British house music single by Simian Mobile Disco
- Hustler, a song on Kano's album 140 Grime St
- Hustler, Wisconsin, a village in Juneau County, Wisconsin, United States
- Hustlers, a song from the 2006 album Hip Hop Is Dead by American rapper Nas
- Hustler (a.k.a. Savage), a line of Suzuki motorcycles produced from 1965 to 1981
- Hustler, mini-bikes (small motorcycles) produced by American firm Rupp Industries in the early 1970s
- Hustler, a line a chrome-plated sports car wheels, manufactured by American Racing in the 2000s
- Convair B-58 Hustler, an American supersonic jet bomber which first flew in 1956
- Gulfstream American Hustler, a small American aircraft produced from 1978 to 1981
- Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Minnesota, a wilderness area inc. Hustler River, Hustler Lake and Sioux–Hustler Trail
People with the surname
- William Hustler (1655–1730), English draper (cloth retailer)
The Hustler or The Hustlers may also refer to:
- The Hustler (album), a 1968 salsa album by Willie Colón
- The Hustler (novel), a 1959 American novel by Walter Tevis about pool hustler Edward "Fast Eddie" Felson
- The Hustler (film), a 1961 American film adaptation of the Tevis novel starring Paul Newman as Felson
- The Hustler (TV series), a 2009 American TV series starring Mark Feuerstein
- Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 772, a US Marines unit nicknamed 'The Hustlers'
- The Hustler, a 1950s painting by American artist Arthur Sarnoff (1912–2000)
- The Hustlers, performers on the soundtrack for the 1965 American horror film The Beach Girls and the Monster
- Hustle (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Hustler"
- All pages with titles containing "Hustler"
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