Playboy Magazine January 2004 vol.51, no.1
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Cover 50th Anniversary
Fifty years ago we invented a winning formula: top-notch journalism, hilarious cartoons and, of course, nude photos of beautiful women. This issue shows why we're still on top at our half-century mark. Art Director Tom Staebler created our celebratory cover. Senior Art Director Len Willis designed our anniversary logo. Our Rabbit doesn't look a day older.
Playmate Playboy's 50th Anniversary Playmate
colleen shannon turns the beat—and heads—around
Colleen Shannon photographed by Arny Freytag, Stephen Wayda
Interview Jack Nicholson interviewed by David Sheff
a candid conversation with the funky star of "five easy pieces" and "carnal knpwledge"
Forget his 12 Oscar nominations. Jack Nicholson is our anniversary Playboy Interview because he's the exemplary Playboy man. The Hollywood legend addresses his reputation as a rogue, reveals his definition of a woman's "sweet spot" and says he'll retire when younger actors can do a better job than he can.
20 Questions Al Franken interviewed by Warren Kalbacker
a fair and somewhat unbalanced visit with the left's favorite court jester
The SNL alum behind the controversial book Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them comes clean about life as a liberal satirist. Honest.
Pictorials Lights, Camera, Fantasy!
eight top movie directors shoot their innermost desires
Spike Lee, McG, Kevin Smith, George Tillman Jr., Brett Ratner, Mike Figgis, Michael Bay, Neil LaBute
Golden Memories
It took half a century to put together this scrapbook. In it are the Playmates and celebrities who define American beauty.
Raquel Welch, Janet Pilgrim, Candy Loving, Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren, Patti McGuire, Anita Ekberg, Anna Nicole Smith, Victoria Slivstedt, Jayne Mansfield, Ursula Andress, Kim Novak, Linda Evans, Tia Carrere, Joan Collins, Joanie Laurer, Claudia Jennings, Donna Michelle, Brigitte Nielsen, June Wilkinson, Bettie Page, Elle Macpherson, Lillian Müller, Marilyn Cole, Debra Jo Fondren, Bo Derek, Joan Severance, Kristy Swanson, Barbara Carrera, Torrie Wilson, Sable, Jenny McCarthy
Playboy's Playmate Review
Soft money is not an issue in this election. Cast your ballot for your favorite 2003 Playmate.
Rebecca Ramos,, Divini Rae, Charis Boyle, Pennelope Jimenez, Marketa Janska, Colleen Marie, Luci Victoria, Deisy and Sarah Teles, Audra Lynn, Tailor James, Carmella DeCesare, Laurie Fetter
Articles and Features Playbill
Playboy Mansion Frolics
Help Us Celebrate 50 Years.
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours
- a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Movies, Dvds, Music, Games, Books
Mantrack - hey . . . it's personalbr /> The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - A Continuing Dialogue On Contemporary Issues Between Playboy And Its Readers
Immodest Proposals (article) by Norman Mailer
Loyalty (fiction) by Scott Turow
50 Years: A Playboy Celebration
To My Son (article) by David Mamet
The New Playboy Bachelor Pad (modern living) by Frank Gehry
Emptiness (article) by Jonathan Safran Foer
Fear And Justice In The Kingdom Of Sex (article) by Hunter S. Thompson
Your Office Or Mine? (article) by Lauren Weisberger
Demolition (article) by Chuck Palahniuk
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Dr. Sex (article) by T.c. Boyle
The A-list (fashion) by Joseph De Acetis
The Gold Standard (fashion)
50 Products That Changed The World (modern living) by Bob Sloan And A.j. Baime
All Along The Watchtower (fiction) by Thom Jones
My Life With Playboy (memoir) by George Plimpton
Playboy On The Scene - what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
"I do personal attacks only on people who specialize in personal attacks."
Al Franken

Jack Nicholson was also interviewed for the April 1972 issue and is "On The Scene," January 1971.
Al Franken is a comedian, author, TV and radio presenter. He was elected to the US Senate for the state of Minnesota in 2008 by 225 votes. Well maybe? Read More.....

A massive 318 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.