Playboy Magazine October 1962 vol.9, no.10
October 1962, Playboy cover image.Weight ≈ 435g Cover Bonnie Jo Halpin photographed by Don Bronstein
Playmate Laura Young photographed by Pompeo Posar
Interview Peter Sellers
The Girls of London
Beth Rogan, Louise Dixon, Marie Barrie, Marjorie Brace, Marie Clarence, Alison Seebohm, Francesca Annis, Jean Shrimpton, Eve Eden, Yvonne Romain, Maureen Haylock, Eileen Noble, Kinga Kalinska, Sylvia Steele, Irene Barrie, Gina Graham, Jackie Blackhurst, Jeannetta Clarke, Tessa Rees-Roberts, Diana Burford, Vicky Kennedy, Gabriella Licudi.
Articles and Features The Picture Thieves (fiction) by Paul Gallico
The Gentleman's Hunting Arsenal (modern living) by Robert Ruark
Dressing The Part (satire) Sheperd Mead
Playboy's Fall & Winter Fashion Forecast (attire) by Robert L. Green
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor)
The Idealist (satire) by Jules Feiffer
Mind Beyond Matter (article) by Arthur C. Clarke
A Lucky Day For The Boar (fiction) by Gerald Kersh
Post-Footbal Fete (food & drink) by Thomas Mario
The Little Creep And The Big Blonde Broad (fiction) by Ken W. Purdy
The Thin Red Line (fiction) by James Jones
The Jazz Festival Grows Up (article) by Nat Hentoff
1963 Playboy Jazz Poll (jazz)
Gawain And The Lady Of The Pavilion (ribald classic) by De Troyes
From The Back Of The Bus (humor) by Dick Gregory
Full Page Vargas Girl
The Scavenger (humor) by Shel Silverstein
Little Annie Fanny (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Playboy's International Datebook (travel) by Patrick Chase
by Vargas

Laura Young was the first Playmate photographed by Pompeo Posar although his second, Jan Roberts, was published first in the August 1962 issue.
Laura Young appears in a pictorial in the March 1963 and December 2004 issues.
Bonnie Jo Halpin was the original Playboy Bunny (from 1960-63) when the first Playboy Club opened in Chicago (February 29th, 1960 ... leap year day).
Bonnie Jo Halpin appears in a pictorial in the August 1964 issue.
Dick Gregory is interviewed for the August 19644 issue.
This issue contains the first Little Annie Fanny Cartoon by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder to appear in Playboy.

198 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.