Playboy Magazine October 1969 vol.16, no.10
October 1969, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 622g
Cover
Paulette Lindberg photographed by Stan Malinowski
Heralding Playboy's recognition of the 20th Century's golden age of commmunication is our phone-calling cover girl Paulette Lindberg
Playmate
Lone Star Standout
the eyes of texas are upon jean bell, a model miss who's proof positive that black is beautiful
Jean Bell photographed by Don Klumpp
Playmate image
Jean Bell
Interview
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin interviewed by Harold Ramis with photography by Barrie Flakelar
a candid conversation with the dynamic duo of television's "laugh-in"
Pictorials
War Games photographed by Mario Casilli
micheal caine, as a battle-wary british soldier, shows that stiff-upper-lip letters home can be pure tommyrot
Michael Caine (not nude) and Denholm Elliott (not nude) with nude models
Oh Calcutta! (play): by Bruce Williamson with photography by Jerry Yulsman
off broadway nudist romp unabashedly satirizes—and celebrates—contemporary sexual mores, hang-ups and diversions.
Alan Rachins, Nancy Tribush, Margo Sappington, Leon Russom, Leonard Melfi, George Welbes, Boni Enten, Mark Dempsey, Raina Barrett and Katie Drew-Liklinson
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Vargas Girl The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
The Truth (fiction) by Harry Brown
Crisis In Psychoanalysis (article) by Morton Hunt, illustrated by Don Punchatz
A Concise Glossary Of Psychoanalytic Terms
Smoke Dreams (accouterments) with photography by David Chan
On The Way To The Poorhouse (fiction) by Isaac Bashevis Singer, illustrated by Bill Bryan
Alice And Ray And Yesterday's Flowers (article) by Saul Braun
Revelations (fiction) by Asa Baber, illustrated by Herb Davidson
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
A Playboy Pad: New Haven Haven (modern living) with photography by Larry Gordon
Pot: A Rational Approach (opinion) by Joel Fort, M.D., illustrated by Arnold Varga
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Baseball Joe In The World Series (satire) by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Paul Davis
Playboy's Fall & Winter Fashion Forecast (attire) by Rob›ert L. Green, photography by Pete Turner
The 1970 Playboy Jazz & Pop Poll (music) with an illustration by Tom Daly featuring Janis Joplin
The Princely Pate (food) by Thomas Mario with photography by Alexas Urba
Experts And Expertise (article) by Eliot Janeway, illustrated by Tomi Ungerer
Of Birds And Snares (ribald classic), illustrated by Brad Holland
On The Scene: James F Hoge Jr., David North and Arte Johnson
Symbolic Sex (humor) by Don Addis
Little Annie Fanny experiences living theater (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Femlin by LeRoy Neiman
Jean Bell was only the second African American Playmate. She was however the first to appear on the cover, January 1970. Jean also appears in pictorials in the August 1970, March 1977, December 1979 and January 2000 issues.
Paulette Lindberg also appears on the cover of the February 1968 and May 1969 issues.
Rowan and Martin's Laugh In ran between 1968 and 1973 for 140 episodes on the NBC network in the USA
Dick Martin was married to May 1966 Playmate Dolly Read.
Full page advert for the Pentax Honeywell Spotmatic on page 205.
276 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
For more, visit www.playboy.com or join the Playboy Cyber Club.
This site is not in anyway associated with the Playboy organization.
Page Design ©   AR   Designated trademarks and brands are the copyright of their respective owners. E&OE