Playboy Magazine February 1971 vol.18, no.2
February 1971, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 518g
Cover Unidentified model photographed by Bill Arsenault
Playmate image
Willy Rey
Home Body
in a rebellious age, nonconformist willy rey prefers the hearth to the barricades
Willy Rey photographed by Mario Casilli
Tom Murton interviewed by Geoffrey Norman with photography by Bill Arsenault
a candid conversation with the outspoken prison-reform crusader and controversial deposed director of the infamous arkansas penal system
Fran-tastic! photographed by Jay Arnold
miss jeffries knows the way from san jose
The Statue (film) photographed by Angelo Frontoni
Alex Bolt, David Niven, Katerina Litfeldt, Veronica Gardnier, Eva St. Laurent and Ann Bell, in scenes from the 1971 movie "The Statue". 
The Bejeweled Bod (gifts) photographed by J. Frederick Smith
models wearing belts, bangles and beads and not much else . . .
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Acts And Entertainments, Books, Dining-Drinking, Movies, Recordings, Theater
Vargas Girl The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Big Pieces (fiction) by Thomas Baum, with photography by David Chan
Bussman's Holiday (article) by William Iversen, illustrated by Doug Taylor
Stocking The Urban Wine Cellar (drink) by William E. Massee with photography by Bill Arsenault
The Intelligent Man's Guide To Intelligence (article) by Morton Hunt, illustrated with a sculpture by James Higa
New-Fi (modern living), with photography by Dwight Hooker
Bringing Russia To Her Knees (humor) by U.S. Representative Thomas Rees, illustrated by Arnold Roth
Histories Of The Future (article) by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Nearer, Silent Majority, To Thee (article) by Saul Braun
The Executive Jet (modern living) with photography by Mario Casilli, Alexas Urba, J. Barry O'Rourke
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
Traveling Light (attire and accouterments) by Robert L. Green, with photography by Dwight Hooker
A Nice Enough Funeral (fiction) by William Harrison, illustrated by Roger Hane
Dealing (fiction) by Michael & Douglas Crichton writing as Michael Douglas, illustrated by Roy Schnakenberg
Jazz & Pop '71 (article) by Nat Hentoff illustrations by Martin Hoffman
with Jazz All-Stars Buddy Rich, Stan Getz, Milt Jackson, Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Elvis Presley are inducted into the Playboy Hall of Fame
The Silent Verdict (ribald classic) from The Heptameron and Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, illustrated by Brad Holland
Divorce - Hollywood Style (humor) cartoons by Alden Erikson
On The Scene (personalities) - Leon Botstein, Henri Charriere, Stacy Keach
Fran Jeffries (Actress/Singer) appears again in a pictorial in the September 1982 issue.
Tom Murton was the Warden of Tucker & Cummins prison, in Arkansas, in 1967-68 and the inspiration behind the movie Brubaker.
Henri Charriere is Papillon.
Page 65 carries a full page Vietnam Veterans Against The War advert.
230 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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