Playboy Magazine April 1988 vol.35, no.4
April 1988, Playboy cover image.
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Cover
Vanity photographed by Stephen Wayda
The last time singer, movie star (catch her in Action Jackson) and America's favorite nasty girl Vanity appeared in Playboy was in our May 1985 issue (Vanity Rare). As you'll see in this issue's revealing pictorial of the ultra bad Miss V (on page 68), she hasn't aged a bit. Her cover photo is the work of Contributing Photographer Stephen Wayda. The Rabbit, by the way, is not only caught in a chain of love, he's feeling like a Prince.
Playmate
Eloise
miss april does the texas two-step
Eloise Broady photographed by Stephen Wayda with the gatefold shot by Richard Fegley
Playmate image
Eloise Broady
Interview
Tom Clancy interviewed by Marc Cooper with photography by John Whitman
a candid conversation with the high-tec author of "red october" about ships, nukes, lasers and things that go ping! in the sea
20 Questions
Harrison Ford interviewed by Bill Zehme with photography by Marc Hanauer
hollywood's favorite star warrier and whipcracker snaps back at screen heroes, sensous hardware and playing doctor
Profile
Air Attack by Michael Kiefe, illustrated by Braldt Bralds
flying high in points and profit michael jordan is the jam master of the n.b..a
Pictorials
Vanity: 12 pages of photographs by Stephen Wayda and Phillip Dixon
temptation's back! feast your eye on vanity fair
China Dolls by Paul Theroux with 10 pages of photographs by Kevin Orpin
why they are the girls of so many dreams
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Working Women
Working Women #2
April 1988
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Raw Data - Music - Movies - Books
Sports - Broadcast Snooze by Dan Jenkins, illustrated by Mark Matcho
Men - Pumping Fur by Asa Baber, illustrated by Kevin Pope
Women - Why I Hate Marilynn by Cynthia Heimel, illustrated by Robert Risko
The Playboy Advisor, illustrated by Harumi Yamaguchi
Dear Playmates - is marriage in your future plans?
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
How To Separate The Men From The Boycotts by Barry Lynn
Why Reverend Wilmond Wants To Ban What You Watch, Hear And Play
Reader Response, Reverse Sexism, Newsfront and . . .
Write A Book, Go To Jail by John Dentinger
The Bitter Truth (fiction) by Isaac Bashevis Singer, illustrated by José Luis Cuevas
Suited For Spring (fashion) by Hollis Wayne with photography by Douglas Keeve and James Imbrogno
Tell It To The King (article) by Larry King with Peter Occhiogrosso with an illustration of Larry by Herb Davidson
At Ludicrous Speed (article) by Craig Vetter, illustrated by Roy Schnackenberg
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Haute Pizza (food) by Emanuel Greenberg, illustrated by Everett Peck
Playboy Music 1988 (survey)
our annual report on all the sounds—hot and cool
Hall Of Fame: Madonna photographed by Alberto Tolot
Top Performers: illustrated by Al Hirschfeld
The Year's Best
Runts Of The Litter (modern living) cars - by Jay Leno with Peter Frey and with photography by Richard Fegley
Saturday Nite Jive (humor) cartoon strip by Bill Johnson
Fast Forward - Bob Berkowitz, Julie Brown, The Nylons, Louie Anderson
Lenin By Dedini (humor) by Eldon Dedini
Playboy On The Scene - what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Super Shopping with photography by Steve Conway
Grapevine: Karel Hannak, John Lydon, Robbie Robertson, John Mellencamp, INXS, Mike Tyson, Michelle Wilkerson
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
Eloise was 30 when she posed for her Playmate shoot.
Page 6 carries a full page Harley-Davidson ad.
Harrison Ford is interviewed for the August 2002 issue.
174 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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