Playboy Magazine November 1965 vol.12, no.11
November 1965, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 497g
Cover Beth Hyatt photographed by Pompeo Posar
Playmate image
Pat Russo
Playmate
Pat Pending
our november playmate is a miami-hutched homebody who prefers a cottontail to courreges
Pat Russo photographed by Pompeo Posar
Interview
Sean Connery interviewed by David Lewin
a candid conversation with james bond’s acerbic alter ego
Pictorials
The Nude Look
models in topless, see-through, and otherwise revealing outfits
James Bond's Girls (pictorial essay) by Richard Maibaum
Ursula Andress, Daniela Bianchi, Tania Mallett, Nadja Regin, Lois Maxwell, Margaret Nolan, Shirley Eaton, Honor Blackman, Maggie Wright, Claudine Auger, Luciana Paoluzzi, Martine Beswick and Molly Peters.
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
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 Playboy Philosophy (editorial) by Hugh M. Hefner
  Etta At Night (fiction) by Frederic Morton
The Silence Of Oswald (article) by John Clellon Holmes
Name Your Poison (humor) by Ray Russell
After The Fall (attire/gear) by Robert L. Green
The Goblin Of Curtery Sink (fiction) by T.K. Brown III
Creative Collecting (article) by J. Paul Getty
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Deathwatch (fiction) by Norman Spinrad
The Playboy Cars - 1966 (modern living) by Ken W. Purdy and featuring sketches by Ben Denison of the . . .
Ferrari 275/GTS, Triumph Spitfire Mark 2, Sunbeam Tiger, Mustang GT 350; Lotus Elan and more ...
An Angel Of Mercy (fiction) by David Ely
A Scamp And His Bagpipes Bold (ribald classic) by Masuccio
Playboy's Preview Of Presents Perfect (gifts)
Word Play (satire) by Robert Carola
The History Of Sex In Cinema (article) by Arthur Knight and Hollis Alpert
Barbed Wires (humor) by Joyce Denebrink
Pat Russo also appears in the October 1965 pictorial "The Bunnies Of Miami".
The Barretta used in Beth's photo was real and belonged to Pompeo Posar. Pompeo would photograph Beth again for the cover of the November 1967 issue, without the gun.
226 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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