Playboy Magazine January 1965 vol.12, no.1
January 1965... Click for larger.
Weight ≈ 543g
Cover Collage of The Past Delightful Dozen by Beatrice Paul, photographed by Larry Gordon
Playmate Image
Sally
Duberson
Playmate
Designing Female
our new year's playmate is a peripatetic bunny with a fashionable resolution
Sally Duberson photographed by Pompeo Posar
Interview
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. interviewed by Alex Haley with photography by Jay B. Leviton
a candid conversation with the nobel prize-winning leader of the civil rights movement
Pictorials
A Hypothetical History of Harems photographed by Mario Casilli
renaissance man peter ustinov pictures what the world would have been like had seraglios always been the scene
Playboy's Playmate Review
a portfolio of the past delightful dozen
Sharon Rogers, Nancy Jo Hooper, Nancy Scott, Ashlyn Martin, Terri Kimball, Lori Winston, Melba Ogle, China Lee, Astrid Schulz, Rosemarie Hillcrest, Kai Brendlinger, Jo Collins
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Theater, Movies, Recordings, Acts and Entertainments, Dining-Drinking, Books
The Playboy Advisor
Playboy's International Datebook (travel ) by Patrick Chase
"Daddy, why do you have to go
to jail so much?' I told her that
I was involved in a struggle."
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
The Playboy Philosophy - part 20 (editorial) Hugh M. Hefner
The Eye (fiction) by Vladimir Nabokov
Bingo Bans The Bomb (fiction) by P. G. Wodehouse
Seeing Is Believing (article) by Terry Southern
Political Conventions As Showbiz (article) by Budd Schulberg
Remembrances Of Things Future (credo) by Ray Bradbury, illustrated by Misch Kohn
Retroactive New Year's Resolutions (humor), illustrated by Hy Roth
The Age Of Overbreed (article) by Sir Julian Huxley, illustrated by James Spanfeller
I Don't Get It (humor) by William Saroyan
Progressive Dinner Party (food/fashion) by Thomas Mario & Robert L. Green with photography by J. Barry O'Rourke
The Not-So-Classic Classics (opinion) by Mortimer Adler
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Tea Party (fiction) by Harold Pinter, illustrated by Arthur Paul
Uncle Shelby's Kiddie Corner (humor) by Shel Silverstein
The Psychology Of Personnel Management (article) by J Paul Getty
Good Blonde (fiction) by Jack Kerouac with a painting by Ray Schnackenberg on heavy cover-stock paper with . . .
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas on the reverse
Eleventh-Hour Santa (gifts)
Wag Dogs Tales (humor) by Bennett Cerf
Joe (nostalgia) by Jed Harris, illustrated by Mueller
Dial "F" For Frankenstein (fiction) by Arthur C. Clarke
Symbolic Sex (humor) by Don Addis
The Trial Of A True Friend (ribald classic) by Shaykh Al-nefzawi
Beatle In The Bull Ring (article) by Kenneth Tynan with a painting by Carl Schwartz
My War With The Machines (humor) by Woody Allen, illustrated by Stu Gross
My Fair Teevee Jeebies (satire)
Hostileman (satire) cartoon by Jules Feiffer
On The Scene (personalities) - Soichiro Honda, Vittorio Gassman, Edwin D. Etherington
The Playboy Art Gallery (humor) Blue Boy by Jim Beaman
Little Annie Fanny meets James Bomb (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Sally also appears in the October 1965 pictorial "The Bunnies Of Miami".
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was a civil rights leader and the Nobel Peace Prize winner of 1964.1965: Thousands join Dr King in Alabama rally.
238 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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