Playboy Magazine September 1982 vol.29, no.9
September 1982, Playboy cover image.
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Cover
Kym Herrin photographed by Tom Staebler
California's slim Kym Herrin has come a long way since she serenaded passers-by in Santa Barbara with her flute. She graced our gatefold in March 1981 and stretched her talents in July's Partner Stretching guide. Executive Art Director Tom Staebler designed and photographed this issue's cover to celebrate The Girls of the Big Eight and chose a minimal football outfit for Kym; it was obvious that she didn't need any pads. The fans in the studio, apparently full of college spirit, kept shouting, "Raw, raw!"
Playmate
The Best And The Brighton
connie's been training herself for stardom for 20 years and she's still only 23, so the odds are in her favor
Connie Brighton photographed by Richard Fegley
Playmate Image
Connie Brighton
Interview
Cheech and Chong interviewed by Ken Kelly with photography by Sidney Baldwin
a candid—and amazing coherent—conversation about sex, drugs, humor and a ton of money with two guys only a mother, so to speak, could love
20 Questions
Tom Petty interviewed by David Rensin with photography by Andrew Sackheim
rock;s hottest heartbreaker reveals dark secrets—about record-industry execs, rock-'n'-roll marriages and what's in his pockets
Pictorials
Still Fran-tastic!* photographed by Ken Marcus
we published some great shots of miss jeffries back in 1971, now, at 45, she looks better than ever
Girls of the Big Eight photographed by David Chan
on the sprawling campuses of middle america, they've got bit football players, big fraternities and more beautiful coeds than you ever imagined—until now
Allison Klote, Linda Kay Kollmeyer, Alicia O'Bando, Lorna Tate, Angela DeLozier, Willie Cole, Pamela Veach, Suzanne DeClue, Annette Reiss, Claudia Grassi, Janette Svoboda, Michelle Worrall, Karen Harston, Maggie Horner, Lesli Jones, Candy Loving, Pegi McGuire, Dana Becker, Darcey Becker, Dawn Becker, Diane Becker, Christine Davis, Sandy Redmond, Beth Krekel, Kelly Jo Schoepf, Cara Anderson, Shawn McManus, Shannon Westbrooke and Kelly Fallon
Playboy's Roving Eye** photographed by Peter McLean
we knew there was a new film wave sweeping up from australia, but nothing prepared us for "warror woman"
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
Dear Playmates
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
 
2010: Odyssey Two, Part One (fiction) by Arthur C. Clarke
Why Things Don't Work (essay) by Jules Siegel
The Telethon (fiction) by Stanley Elkin
Personal Best (accouterments)
 
The Bomb And Beyond (article) by Otoo Friedrich, illustrated by Kathy Calderwood
to the leaders of the u.s.and russia, the idea of nuclear war is a weapon in itself. the rest of us are afraid it's an idea whose time is coming
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
The Book Of Creation (humor) by Tony Hedra and Sean Kelly
Playboy's Pigskin Preview (sports) by Anson Mount
Behind The Lines In The Network News War (article) by Robert Sam Anson
Back To Campus (attire) by David Platt
Arcade Games Come Home! (article) by Danny Goodman
The Unanswerable Question (ribald classic)
Playboy Funnies (humor)
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, picture-perfect products - Gear, scads of solar stuff - Fashion, a casual/dressy clothing line - Grapevine and Sex News
*Fran Jeffries also appeared in a pictorial in the February 1971 issue.
Candy Loving is the January 1979 Playmate.
Part two of "2010: Odyssey Two" is in the December 1982 issue.
The "Girls Of The Big Eight" are visited again for the April 1992 issue.
**Virginia Hey, an Australian actress and former model, played the "Warrior Woman" in the 1981 movie "Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior".
238 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.