Playboy Magazine July 1967 vol.14, no.7
July 1967, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 407g
Cover Venita Wolf photographed by Mario Casilli
Playmate Image
Heather Ryan
Call Of The Wild
nature lover heather ryan boasts a pet ocelot, a brace of dobermans and a penchant for the untamed side of life
Heather Ryan photographed by Bill Figge and Ed DeLong
Michael Caine interviewed by David Lewin with photography by Alan Clifton
a candid conversation with soft-sell sex star of "alfie." "the ipcress file" and "funeral in berlin"
The Girls of Paris photographed by Pompeo Posar
playboy toasts the dazzling jeunes filles who sparkle in the city of light
Virginia Belaieff, Marie-Francoise Robinet, Violaine Lachenal, Daniele Fournier, Nathalie Bensimon, Barbara Wikstrom, Katia Suboroff, Cecil Labrousse, Sacha Beels, Sidra Tankersley, Daniela Leroy, Ghislaine Paul, Mercedes Moliner, Margrit Ramme, Ursula Schwartz, Sarah Stephane, Dominique Lesueur, Brigit Berlet, Caroline Lazar, Barry Kesso, Annie France, Catherine Jourdan, Anny Nelsen, Gin Audibert, Carla Marlier, Stephanie Lawrence, Martine Buisson, Evelyn Henot and Michele Auger
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Theater, Recordings, Movies, Books
The Playboy Advisor
Vargas Girl Playboy's International Datebook (travel) by Patrick Chase
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
A Horse's Head (fiction) (part 1 of 2) by Evan Hunter, illustrated by Bob Post
Elegance Under The Stars (food and drink) by Thomas Mario
Laughs, Etc. (fiction) by James Leo Herlihy, illustrated by Kinuko Y. Craft
Judaism And The Death Of God (opinion) by Rabbi Richard L. Rubenstein
a distinguished theologian explains the role of the jew in a godless world
The Wet Set (attire) by Robert L. Green
The Fuzz (opinion) by Kenneth Roxroth
Ukridge Starts A Bank Account (fiction) by P.G. Wodehouse, illustrated by Edward Gorey
A Little Chin Music, Professor (article) by William Iversen, illustrated by Ron Bradford
The Prisoner (fiction) by Henry Slesar, illustrated by Bernard McDonald
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Sporting Accessories For Car And Driver (modern living) with photography by J. Barry O'Rourke
The Culture Biz (humor)
Sure Things (games) by Howard Margolis
Surfing (man at his leisure) 4 pages of drawings by Leroy Neiman
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
How T'ai Hao Drove The Devils Out (ribald classic) from a chinese folk tale, retold by Bob Lunch
On The Scene (personalties) Jim Ryun, Lana Cantrell and Michelangelo Antonioni
In her Playmate photo spread Heather is pictured playing with her . . . .er . . . ocelot.
For the 12 page "Gilrs Of Paris" pictorial Pompeo shot 10,000 photos.
178 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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