Playboy Magazine May 1970 vol.17, no.5
May 1970, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 543g
Phyllis Babila photographed by Dwight Hooker
phyllis babila, happily ensconced between the sheets with our ubiquitous rabbit in attendance, occupies a bed of a very different design on page 152
Born Free
aesthetically inclined jennifer liano discovers that—in san francisco, at least—life imitates art
Jennifer Liano photographed by Dwight Hooker
Playmate image
Jennifer Liano
William F. Buckley Jr. interviewed by David Butler
a candid conversation with the acidulous columnist, polemicist, editor and articulate exemplar of conservatism
Satyricon a pictorial essay by Federico Fellini
the protean creator of "la dolce vita," "8½" and "juliet of the spirits" casts some light—darkly—on the message and metaphysics of his latest film
Hylette Adolphe, Magali Noel, Elisa Mainardi, Danica La Loggia and Donyale Luna
Content highlights spoken...
Bent On Stardom photographed by Frank Bez
susanne benton—her dues paying days a thing of the past—is busy putting together an enviable set of screen credits
Bedsprings Eternal a pictorial essay by William Iversen with photography by Dwight Hooker
an open-eyed chronicle of shut-eye sites built for morpheus and other nocturnal visitors—plus a pictorial survey of contemporary sleeperies
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
Zoya (fiction) by Herbert Gold, with photography by Chuck Wood
Up Against The Wall, Male Chauvinist Pig! (article) by Morton Hunt, illustrated by Warren Linn
A Playboy Pad: Swinging In Suburbia (modern living), with photography by Larry Dale Gordon
Love Letters (fiction) by Ken Kolb
Enter The Nonsuit (attire) by Robert L. Green, with photography by Alexas Urba
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
The Clay's The Thing (food) by Thomas Mario, with photography by Victor Skrebneski
Good Dreams, Bad Dreams (fiction) by Reynolds Price, illustrated by Paul Giovanopoulos
The War Machine (article) by Robert Sherrill } illustrated by Frank E. Nelson
The Peace Department (article) by U.S. Senator Vance Hartke
The New Urban Car (modern living) by Ken W. Purdy, illustrated by Sydney Mead
The Blasphemer (fiction) by Isaac Bashevis Singer, illustrated by Bernard Solomon
The No-Swelter Sweater (attire) by Robert L. Green, illustrated by Ray Lewis
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
The Guitar Lesson (ribald classic) from memoirs of the Comte de Gramont, illustrated by Brad Holland
Ghosts! (article) by C. Robert Jennings, with photography by Mario Casilli
Little Annie Fanny explores nude therapy (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
William F. Buckley Jr. is the founder of National Review and hosted the long running American TV public affairs show Firing Line. He died at the age of 82 on February 27, 2008.
Susanne Benton, an American actress, played General Dreedle's WAC in the 1970 film "Catch-22".
Vance Hartke was the Democratic United States Senator from Indiana from 1959 until 1977.
Donyale Luna was an African American model, cover girl and actress. Donyale appears in her own pictorial "Luna" in the April 1975 issue.
250 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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