Playboy Magazine January 1967 vol.14, no.1
January 1967... Click for larger.
Weight ≈ 609g
Double Sided Collage by Beatrice Paul, photographed by J. Barry O'Rourke
with Judy Tyler, Dianne Chandler, Melinda Windsor and on the inside Karla Conway, Priscilla Wright, Dolly Read and Kelly Burke
Unmelancholy Dane
playmate-bunny surrey marshe is scandinavia's gift to gotham
Surrey Marshe photographed by Alexas Urba
Playmate Image
Surrey Marshe
Fidel Castro interviewed by Lee Lookwood
a candid conversation with the bellicose dictator of communist cuba
The History of Sex in Cinema (article) by Arthur Knight and Hollis Alpert
Part XIV: Sex Stars of the Fifties
with it's new international identity, the decade's screen royalty projected more explicit sexual images-—on screen and off—to an increasingly permissive public
Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor, Kim Novak, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando, James Dean, Paul Newman, Rock Hudson, Frank Sinatra, Yul Brynner, Rossano Brazzi, Jayne Mansfield, Diana Dors, Mamie Van Doren, Annette Stroyberg, Pascale Petit, Mylene Demongeot, Agnes Laurent, Scilla Gabel, June Wilkinson, Simone Sylva, Marlene Dietrich, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Joan Collins, Tina Louise, Carroll Baker, Arlene Dahl, Aurdrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Anita Ekberg
The Playmate as Fine Art
eleven famous contemporary artists interpret playboy's provocative gatefold girl
Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, Larry Rivers, Ellen Lanyon, Roy Schnackenberg, Ben Johnson, George Segal, Tam Wesselman, James Rosenquist, Alfred Leslie, and Frank Gallo
Playboy's Playmate Review:
a portfolio of the past delightful dozen
Judy Tyler, Melinda Windsor, Priscilla Wright, Karla Conway, Dolly Read, Kelly Burke, Tish Howard, Susan Denberg, Dianne Chandler, Linda Moon, Lisa Baker and Sue Bernard
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Sophia Loren and Jayne Mansfield
The History of Sex in Cinema
Vargas Girl
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 - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
The Lost City of Mars(fiction) by Ray Bradbury
The Crisis In Man's Destiny (article) by Sir Julian Huxley
George And Alfred (fiction) by P.G. Wodehouse
An Expensive Place To Die (fiction) by Len Deighton
The Lore And Lure Of Roulette (article) by Joseph Wechsberg
No, Mac, It Just Wouldn't Work (fiction) by Robert Graves
My Short Career In Dueling (humor) by H. Allen Smith
The Ribald Revel (food and drink) by Thomas Mario
Big Brother In America (opinion) by U.S. Senator Edward V. Long
Revolt In The Church (article) by Harvey Cox
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Conscience Versus Conformity (opinion) by Eric Bentley
Slaughter Of The Innocents (opinion) by Rolf Hochhuth
Retroactive New Year's Resolutions (humor)
Formal Approach (modern living/attire) by Ken W. Purdy, Robert L. Green
Lenny Lives!
a tribute to the tormented comedian who transformed stand-up comedy into biting satire and scathing social commentary
Lenny On Life And Death (quotations) by Lenny Bruce
The Last Show (reportage) by Dick Schaap
Who Be Kind To (verse) by Allen Ginsberg
On Lenny Bruce (tributes)
Memoriam (oration) by Reverend Howard Moody
The Riddle (fiction) by Isaac Bashevis Singer
The Romantic Cask Of Bornemisza (ribald classic) by Bede Istvan
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas on heavy cover-stock paper
Discotheques (man at his leisure) by LeRoy Neiman - including a painting on heavy cover-stock paper
The Eleventh-Hour Santa (gifts)
Hostileman (satire) six page cartoon strip by Jules Feiffer
Little Annie Fanny becomes a superhero (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Fidel Castro (Cuban Premier since 1959 when he overthrew Fulgencio Batista) is also interviewed for the August 1985 issue.
Playboy specially commissioned, from Andy Warhol, the work "Double Torso" for the "The Playmate as Fine Art." article. The original, which appears electric blue under ultraviolet light is one of three "ultraviolet" paintings Warhol did in the '60s. This monumental 43.75 x 73.5 inch white-on-white double image of a pair of breasts was sold at Christie's in New York, May 17. 2001 for $420,000. Read More. The image was again reproduced in the January 1990 article "Playboy's Warhols"
Salvador Dali's interpretation of a Playmate is reproduced in the July 1986 issue.
272 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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