Playboy Magazine February 1986 vol.33, no.2
February 1986, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 357g
Cherie Witter photographed by Stephen Wayda
Nothing like a steamy cup of caffeine to get the juices going. Our stimulating cover, designed by Managing Art Director Kerig Pope and shot by Contributing Photographer Stephen Wayda, with hair by John Victor, make-up by Pat Tomlinson and styling by Perry/Hollister, Chicago, features Miss February 1985, Cherie Witter—the New Coffee Generation's best ad yet.
Return Of The Cover Girl
miss julie shows some inside moves
Julie Michelle McCullough photographed by Arny Freytag
Playmate image
Julie McCullough
Michael Douglas interviewed by David and Victoria Sheff with photography by Bob Gruen
a candid conversation with the actor/producer about making movies in the eighties—and about risk, romance and growing up with spartacus as a dad
20 Questions
Anthony Pellicano interviewed by Steve Oney with photography by Larry Williams
the private eye who dogged the delorean and belushi cases talks about the tools of his trade—guts, guns, and gizmos
John Mellencamp, Daddy's Boy by E. Jean Carroll with an illustration by George Stavrinos
even rock "n" roll stars have parents
Lips photographed by Stephen Wayda
portals of desire
By Water's Light photographed by Brett Weston
the famed nature photographer captures another kind of beauty—underwater
Women of Alaska photographed by David Mecey
go north, young man, go north
Cynthia Roxanne Eubanks, Debra Lee Johnson, Romana Shatswell, Lisa Sinclair, June Bongirno, Laura Reno, Julie Peterson, Kelly Newby, Pamela Tarver and Angella Jensen
The Year In Sex
what went on (and off) in 1985
Raven, Colleen Brenna, Cassandra Leigh, Tipper Gore, Myriem Roussel, Hillary Sommers and others yet unidentified
Articles and Features
The World Of Playboy - in which we offer an insider's look at what's doing and who's doing it
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Post Modern Postmarks, Books, Movies, Music,
Sports - The Dunces Of Colege Sports - by Dan Jenkins
Men - The Lysistrata Syndrome by Asa Baber
Women - P.M.S. Unmasked by Cynthia Heimel
Against The Wind - Lie Tech by Craig Vetter
The Playboy Advisor, illustrated by Harumi Yamaguchi
Dear Playmates - how do you handle sexual rejection?
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
Viewpoint: Can Sex Survive AIDS? by Arthur Kretchmer
What Sort Of Man Reads Playboy? - Bud Yorkin does, photographed by William Coupon
What Women Talk About When They Talk About Men (article) by Susan Squire, illustrated by Gayle Kabaker
Your Most Profound Skin (fiction) by Julio Cortazar, illustrated by Cathy Barancik
Winter Whiskeys (drink) by Emanuel Greenberg, illustrated by Dave Calver
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Fire Zone Emerald (fiction) by Lucius Shepard, illustrated by Kinuko Y. Craft
Success Story (fashion) by Hollis Wayne, with photography by Benno Friedman
Another Side Of Rape (memoir) by Ransom Satchell, illustrated by Ed Paschke
Scientific Principles Of The Party Tape (essay) by Charles M. Young, illustrated by Doug Taylor
The American Way Of Revenge (essay) by Jim Harrison, illustrated by Terry Widener
Fast Forward - Bonnie Moore, Andrew Vachss, Mick Garris
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
Grapevine: David lee Roth, Pat Depriet , Tricia Brown, The Maxis, Sybil Danning, Bon Jovi, Brooke Shields
Julie Michelle McCullough also appears on the cover, or in a pictorial*, in the February 1985*, September 1986, October 1989* issue. Because of her Playboy appearance Wilmington, NC stripped her of her crown as the Azalea Festival Queen.
Julie Peterson is the Playmate for February 1987 and Cherie Witter for February 1985.
Michael Douglas answers 20 Questions for the November 1980 issue.
Bud Yorkin is an American film and television producer, director, writer and actor.
Anthony Pellicano was at this time a Private Investigator to the stars, he's now (Dec 2008) Inmate No. 21568-112 and starting a 15 years sentence for his role in wiretapping Los Angeles’ celebrities and citizens. Read More.
182 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.