Playboy Magazine October 1979 vol.26, no.10
October 1979, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 602g
Burt Reynolds and Gig Gangel photographed by Mario Casilli
Recognize the hand on the cottontail thief on the left? Right! It's Burt Bunny, a.k.a. Reynolds, the subject of this month's Playboy Interview. Mr. Bunny's detailed companion is Gig Gangel, a forthcoming Playmate of the Month. If you like our cover picture of Burt goofing off (photographed by Mario Casilli), you can see more on page 69.
Deutsch Treat
we have to hand it to our german colleagues for discovering ursula buchfellner, main attraction of a munich pastry shop; she'd whet any man's appetite
Ursula Buchfellner photographed by Peter Weissbrich
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Burt Reynolds interviewed by Lawrence Linderman with photography by Mario Casilli
a candid conversation with hollywood's box-office champ about acting, television, jealousy, success and—repeatedly—the women in his life
"Apocalypse" Finally photographed by Mario Casilli
francis ford coppola's $30,500,000 gamble pays off in a film many call his masterpiece; it's about war, madness and gatefold girls
Colleen Camp, Linda Beatty Carpenter, Cyndi Wood
Bunnies of '79
just what you've been waiting for—our annual tribute to the cream of the cottontail crop
Beth Mpistolarides, Laura Jordan, Akemi Crockett, Kem Bateman, Patti Duggan, Michelle Polombi, Christi Jost, Carol Stapleton, Ruby Walker, Gale Lotterhand Suzanne Miller, Thressa Ratliff, Marina Thompson, Kym Donaldson, Dorothy Stratten, Tanya Jones, Bonnie Hoobler, Linda Datson, Miyuki Kishimae, Teresa Irwin, Janis Iacovone, Angela Haji-Sophocleous, Keri Korras and Reily Rehn
Hare Apparel
eight top designers create an exclusive collection of cottontail couture
Bonnie August, Edith Head, Monika Tilley
Articles and Features Playbill
The World Of Playboy - hef sightings, mansion frolics and nightlife notes
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Executioner's Song (part 1 of 3) story on serial killer Gary Gilmore (article) by Norman Mailer
Playboy's Fall And Winter Fashion Forecast (attire) by David Platt
Snake Head (fiction) by Lynda Leidiger
And That's The Way It Was, 1980-1989 (humor) by Christopher Cerf, Tony Hendra and Peter Elbling
Bear Bryant's Miracles (sports) by Richard Price
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
The Top Of The Hill - Part 3 (fiction) by Irwin Shaw
Sauce From The Apple (drink) by Emanuel Greenberg
The Diet (humor) by Shel Silverstein
Pint-Sized Powerhouses (modern living)
The Man Who Destroyed Television (opinion) by Gary Deeb
Tuning In On The New TV Technology Jim Harwood
The Fierce Machine (ribald classic) by John Cleland, illustrated by Brad Holland
Playboy Funnies (humor)
Playboy's Pipeline - tips on keeping your lifestyle in high gear
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
On The Scene
what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Habitat - Fashion - Gear - Grapevine: Playboy's Roving Eye and Sex News
Ursula Buchfellner appeared as the Playmate of the Month in the in German Edition of December 1977 when she was just 16, with a reprinted image from the shoot in the February 1978 issue. Ursula also appears in "Sex in Cinema" November 1979.
Gig Gangel
is the January 1980 Playmate.
Linda Beatty is the August 1976 Playmate.
Actress Colleen Camp appeared as the fictional Playboy May Playmate of the Month Terri Turee in the movie "Apocalypse Now".
Burt Reynolds is only the second man to appear on the cover of Playboy. Peter Sellers was the first on the cover of the April 1964 issue.
272 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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