Playboy Magazine December 1967 vol.14, no.12
December 1967, Playboy cover image.
Weight723g
Cover
Lynn Winchell with artwork by Jim Barlow & Bob Post and photography by Tom Blau
our conciousness-expanding cover is not only a psychedelic celebration of christmas but also a prelude to the pleasures that lie within
Playmate
Developing Playmate
as a realtor's girl friday, miss december lynn winchell helps a lot in selling lots by the salton sea shore
Lynn Winchell photographed by Bill Figge and Ed DeLong
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Lynn Winchell
Interview
Johnny Carson interviewed by Alex Haley
a candid conversation with television's foremost host, clown prince and raconteur
Pictorials
Bodies Politic by Eugene Hirsch
a flock of female forms fashioned in famous and infamous heads of state
Art Nouveau Erotica
victorian's overt prudery bred a covert and perverse preoccupation with sex that gave birth to genre of voluptuous sensuality
Artwork by Franz Christophe, Norman Lindsay, Aubrey Beardsley, Franz von Bayros, Gustav Klimt
The Bunnies of Hollywood
a words-and-pictures appreciation of cinema city's cottontail honeys
Linda Ridgway, Kathy Foster, Tanya Teran, Marilyn Kendall, De Russell, Judy Ryder, Suzanne McDonald, Heidi Becker, Pat Wright, Chere Davis, Sandy Molen, Marianna Case, Astrid Schulz, Melba Ogle, Sophia Sipes, Sam Moorman, Sharon Rogers, Lynda McDoniel, Vicky Valentino, Donna Haas, Ana Lizza, Christine Williams, Nancy Scot and Gwen Wong
The Wicked Dreams Of Elke Sommer photographed by Frank Bez
inspired by the title of her new action comedy, elke sommer takes a tongue-in-cheek look at freud and misinterpretation of dreams
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
Playboy's International Datebook (travel) by Patrick Chase
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Mannichon Solution (fiction) by Irwin Shaw illustrated by Don Ivan Punchatz
A Good Cigar Is A Smoke (fiction) by P.G. Wodehouse
Far-Flung Fling (food and drink) by Thomas Mario with photography by Alexas Urba
Resolving Our Vietnam Problem (opinion) by John Kenneth Galbraith illustrated by Robert Brunton
Playboy's Christmas Cards (verse) by Judith Wax
The UFO Gap (article) by J. Allen Hynek illustrated by Marvin Hayes
Pardon Me, Sir, But Is My Eye Hurting Your Elbow?
Vargas Girl
The Lecture; three short plays
Plums And Prunes (play) by Terry Southern
An Incident In The Park (play) by Arthur Kopit
Juan Feldman (play) by Jack Richardson
 
Love And Hate In Rent-A-Car Land (humor) by Harold Greenwald
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
The Criminal Mentality (article) by John Bartlow Martin
Reincarnation (article) Robert Graves illustrated by Robert Lostutter
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
Return Of The Smiling Wimpy Doll (humor) by Jean Sheperd
The Lecture (fiction) by Isaac Bashevis Singer
Bopper Brigade (satire) by Jack Newfield and Howard Smith illustrated by Wally Neibart
The Attack On Privacy (article) by Justice William O. Douglas illustrated by Joe veno
Why Napolean Erected The Obelisk (ribald classic) a Turkish Tale
Symbolic Sex (humor) by Don Addis
Dance With A Stranger (fiction) by Jacob Brackman
Stellar Attractions (gifts)
An illustration by Don Lewis, after Vargasr
On The Scene (personalities) - Charles Lloyd, John Usher Monro, Walter Mattau
Little Annie Fanny forms a Bond with some toys (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Heidi Becker is the June 1961 Playmate.   Pat Wright is the March 1966 Playmate..   Astrid Schulz is the September 1964 Playmate.
Melba Ogle is the July 1964 Playmate.   Nancy Scot is the March 1964 Playmate.   Gwen Wong is the April 1967 Playmate.
Johnny Carson was the NBC Tonight Show Host from 1962 to 1992.
Elke Sommer, a German-born actress, became one of the most prolific making 99 movie and television appearances between 1959 and 2005,
Rudy LaRusso has his hair styled. - DEP advert on page 22,
Lisa Baker, November 1966 Playmate and PMOY 1967, makes a bare breasted appeal fo more Playboy subscribers on page 60.
This issues has three staples binding it together.
A bumper 330 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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