Playboy Magazine July 1970 vol.17, no.7
July 1970, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 468g
Janet Wolf photographed by Don Ornitz
. . . it adds up, we think, to a suitably summery issue—as one might deduce—from the exuberance of our underwater cover girl, janet wolf
Good Day, Sunshine . . .
life in southern california is an endless summer for easygoing carol willis
Carol Willis with the gatefold a color photos by Pompeo Posar and the B&W by Jack Hamilton
Playmate image
Carol Willis
Joan Baez interviewed by Nat Hentoff with photography by Jim Marshall
a candid conversation with the dedicated anti-war activist and folk singer
Shaping Up For Oh! Calcutta! pictorial essay by C. Robert Jenning
how the techniques of encounter therapy are used to precondition performers for the theater's nudest experiment in erotica
The Dolls Of Beyond the Valley from the film directed by Russ Meyer with photography by Pompeo Posar (9) and Orlando (19)
russ meyer, the cecil b. de mille of skin flick, has stocked his screen sequel to the best-selling potboiler with gorgeous creatures—including two of our own playmates—and bizarre carryings-on
Gina Dair, Dolly Read, Marcia McBroom, Cynthia Myers, Haji, Joyce Rees, Pam Grier, Veronica Erickson, Edy Williams, Cissie Colpitts, Samantha Scott, and Angel Ray
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours
- a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Books, Movies, Recordings, Theater
The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
Rich Man's Weather (fiction) by Irwin Shaw with photography by Bill Arsenault
Project Survival (reportage) by Geoffrey Norman with photography by Alexas Urba
Bow Brummell (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by Bill Arsenault
Man And Beast (article) by Morton Hunt, illustrated by Paul Davis
A Semester At Superdriver U (article) by Ken W. Purdy with photography by Bill Arsenault
Further 'Up The Organization' (article) by Robert Townsend with photography by Bill Arsenault
Nuke Thy Neighbor (humor) by Ralph Schoenstein, illustrated by Gene Holton
Torrid Italian Beauty (modern living) with photography by Horst Baumann
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
A Playboy Pad: Striking Sand Castle (modern living) with photography by J. Barry O'Rourke
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
Last Train To Limbo (fiction) by Asa Baber, illustrated by Richard Bober
Everything About TV (parody) by Ben Masselink
Conversation Pieces (food) by Thomas Mario with photography by David Chan
On Location (fiction) by Thomas Baum with photography by James Higa
Denim Does It (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by Alexas Urba
Not According To Hoyle (ribald classic), illustrated by Brad Holland
Anatomy Of A Massacre (article) by Jesse Frank Frosch, illustrated by Bill Utterback
Step Lightly (reportage) by Tim O'Brien
Meaningful Dialog (satire) by Ray Russell, illustrated by Bob Post
Little Annie Fanny explores the underground press (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Some copies of this issue are known to have a printing error where some pages are not printed 100% square - so the text, though complete, is at a slight angle.
Dolly Read appears as the Playmate in the May 1966 issue.
Cynthia Myers is the December 1968 Playmate.
The Harley-Davidson Leggero is advertised on page 6.
202 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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