Playboy Magazine March 1966 vol.13, no.3
March 1966, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 413g
Cover Femlin Sculpture by Austin Fox photographed by J. Barry O'Rourke
Playmate Image
Priscilla Wright
Fine Form
miss march is a champion parbuster who hopes to make professional golf her livelihood
Priscilla Wright photographed by Mario Casilli
Bob Dylan interviewed by Hentoff with photography by Werner Wolff
a candid conversation with the iconoclastic idol of the folk-rock set
The Playboy Panel: Crisis in Law Enforcement, with photography by Bern Keating (6), J. Barry O'Rourke and Richard Saunders
a timely debate on civil authoritarianism and it's infringement on the constitutional rights of the individual
with Melvin M. Belli, Fred Cook, Fred E. Inbau, George N. Leighton, Joseph D. Lohman, John Pemberton Jr., Bayard Rustin and William Turner.
Trio Con Brio
bellissima! wunderbar! smashing! from italy germany and england, playboy presents a provocative cinematic threesome
Rossana Podesta photographed by Pompeo Posar
Christiane Schmidtmer photographed by Mario Casilli
Shirley Anne Field photographed by David Bailey
Revelations photographed by Kelly Hart
from berkeley's tempestuous precincts comes the latest, barest variation on theatrical "happenings"
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
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"
Octopussy by Ian Fleming (part 1 of 2 ), illustrated by Geller
The Contemporary Planesman (modern living) with photography by Al Urbanavicius and Playboy staffers
O'Hara's Love (fiction) by Pietro Di Donato, illustrated by Chuck Wood
A New Set Of Sex Mores (satire) by Auro Roselli
We're Happening All Over, Baby! (article) by Nat Hentoff
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Step Right Up! (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by variousPlayboy staffers
The Good Doctor (fiction) by Allan Seager, illustrated by Enos
Symbolic Sex (humor) by Don Addis
Despair (part 4 of 5) (fiction) by Vladimir Nabokov
Goldilocks And The Three Bears (humor) by James Ransom
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
The Purple Grapes Of Queen Julishka (ribald classic) by Csonka
On The Scene (personalities) Nicol Williamson, John Williams, William Lear
Little Annie Fanny catches the train (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Vargas Girl
This is a very slim tie-in to this issue, but . . . here goes - Bob Dylan released "Blonde on Blonde" in 1966 which includes the track "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands " a song written in the Hotel Chelsea in Manhattan for and about Sara, his new wife. The song is also mentioned in the lyrics to "Sara" from Dylan's 1976 album "Desire". Interestingly, Sara was, in her early career, a Playboy bunny - told you it was slim. Bob is interviewed again for the March 1978 issue.
Priscilla Wright appears under her preffered first name, Pam, in a pictorial in the December 1967 issue.
Rossana Podesta, an actress of Italian descent, who was born in Libya in 1934.
Shirley Anne Field is an English actress born in Bolton in 1936
Christiane Schmidtmer is a German actress who was born in Mannheim in 1939. She appeared in a number of made in the USA film and TV shows in the 60s and 70s. She died in 2003.
176 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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