Playboy Magazine February 1969 vol.16, no.2
February 1969, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 501g
Nancy Chamberlain photographed by Pompeo Posar
if you think covering cover girl nancy chamberlain constitutes an unusual calling for a pillow, we direct you attention to page 91, where superstud woody allen, master of the coveted pink belt in shindai!, an arcane oriental art of man-on-girl combat squares off for a pillow fight to the finish with a ravishable antagonist
Tuesday's Child . . .
is full of grace, and lorrie menconi—a bright-eyed brunette from san diego—lives up to her birthright
Lorrie Menconi photographed by Bill Figge and Ed DeLong
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Lorrie Menconi
Mort Sahl interviewed by Nat Lehrman with photography by David Chan
a candid conversation with biting, boyish elder statesman of political humorists
Shindai! (humor) by Woody Allen with photography by Jerry Yulsman
featuring bettina brenna in a sexy seminar in the ancient, formal art of japanese pillow fighting.
A Toast Of Tiffin photographed by Chiara Samugheo
jet-set cinema star pamela tiffin pauses between overseas movies for an exclusive—and revealing—playboy pictorial
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Acts And Entertainment, Books, Movies, Recordings, Theater
The Playboy Advisor
Vargas Girl The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
Whispers In Bedlam (fiction) by Irwin Shaw, illustrated by Frank Bozzo
Curiouser Courtships (humor) by James Prideaux
The Intellectual As A Political Force (article) by Carey McWilliams, illustrated by The Ptit Group
Midnight Snack (fiction) by T.K. Brown III, illustrated by Hy Roth
The Orient Express (travel) by William Sansom with a painting by Roy Schnackenberg
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
Sights & Sounds Of '69 (modern living) with photography by Alexas Urba
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Jazz & Pop '69 (article) by Nat Hentoff
The 1969 Palyboy All-Stars' All-Stars with illustrations by Alex Gnidziejko
The 1969 Palyboy All-Star Band, illustrated Bill Utterback
The Palyboy Jazz Hall Of Fame with sculptures by Jack Gregory, photographed by Seymour Mednick
The Myth Of The Organization Man (article) by J. Paul Getty
Another Way Of Dying (fiction) by Francis Clifford, illustrated by James McMullan
Looking Over The Overlooked Elbow (humor) by Richard Armour, illustrated by Roy Moody
Leather's New Look (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by J. Barry O'Rourke
The Meek Wolf Among The Savage Lambs (ribald classic)
On His Way To Epley's Bike Shop (fiction) by James D. Houston, illustrated by Charles Bragg
Soul Satisfying (food) by Thomas Mario, illustrated by Ed Paschke
On The Scene (personalities) - Peter Max, Wendell Phillips, Janis Joplin
Little Annie Fanny discovers discotheques (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Mort Lyon Sahl is a satirist and occasionall joke writer for President John F. Kennedy. Mort married August 1964 Playmate China Lee in 1967.
Bettina Brenna played Miss Gloria Buckles in 7 episodes, between 1966 and 1970, of the US TV sitcom"The Beverly Hillbillies".
Janis Joplin is featured in the August 1970 issue.
The cover price went up to one dollar from this issue.
Double page Harley-Davidson advert on page 6-7 and the Shelby GT350/500 on pages 50-51.
226 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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