Playboy Magazine August 1970 vol.17, no.8
August 1970, Playboy cover image
Weight ≈ 464g
Cover Linda Donnelly photographed by Pompeo Posar Playmate image
Sharon Olivia Clark
Playmate
The Clark Expedition
to sample life in another culture, sharon clark chooses a remote pacific hideaway
Sharon Olivia Clark photographed by Bill Figge and Ed DeLong
Interview
Dr. Paul Ehrlich interviewed by Playboy with photography by J. Marshall
a candid conversation with the outspoken population biologist and prophet of environmental apocalypse
Profile All She Needs is Love by John Bowers with a full page portrait by Herb Davidson
which is why janis joplin has to get on a stage and sing those gully-low blues to thousands of grooving admirers
Pictorials
Myra Goes Hollywood by Rex Reed with photography by Terry O'Neill
the on-screen excesses of gore vidal's transsexual antihero (ine) are matched only by the intrigues that took place off camera
Film Myra Breckenridge, starring Raquel Welch, Farrah Fawcett, Mae West
Bunnies of 1970 11 pages of photos by Gordon Beaton, J. Blakely, David Chan, Barrie Flakelar, D. Gordon, Dwight Hooker, Carl Iri, Avi Kalian, Don Klump, Pompeo Posar, P. Rico, Bill Sumner, Ken Williams
playboy presents a lovely array of intercontinental cottontails
Ava Faulkner, Lyn Love, Avis Miller, Rosemary Melendez, Heather Van Every, Alix Smith, Carmela Benvenuto, Vicki Snell, Ella Garland, Nancy Marshall, Marjie Martin, Mickey Hersch, Linda Donnelly, Cynthia Hall, Nicole Cisar, Carol Vitale, Carol Imhof, Jeannie Dorman, Cathy Green, Barbie Crawford, Jean Bell, Kim Stretton, Nikki Minick, Joyce Bennett-Odlum, Lydia Wickman, Helena Antonaccio, Lynda Moore, Kristi Willinger, Elisa Simone and Lieko English
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours
- a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Acts And Entertainmant, Books, Dining Drinking, Movies, Recordings, TheaterThe Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
A Small Death In The Rue De Rennes (fiction) by Mary McCarthy, illustrated by James Spanfeller
The Last Magician (article) by Loren Eiseley, illustrated by Kerig Pope
The Sign (fiction) by Ken W. Purdy, illustrated by Penn McGee
'Just Slip This Into Her Drink' (article) by Frederic C. Appel with photography by Bill Arsenault
The Gourmet (fiction) by Henry Slesar, illustrated by Peter Green
A Real Gas! (modern living) with photography by Don Jones
Star-Spangled Jive (satire) by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Ed Paschke
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
On With The Shoe (attire) by Robert L. Green, illustrated by Bob Peak
Playboy Plays The Bond Market (article) by Michael Laurence
The City Gentleman (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by Alexas Urba
Leviathan! (fiction) by Larry Niven, illustrated by Charles Bragg
Double Hannenframmis (fiction) by John D. MacDonald, illustrated by Doug Johnson
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
On Parade (ribald classic), illustrated by Brad Holland
Fore Play (article) by William Murray with photography by Bill Arsenault
Alphabetical Sex (humor) by Michael Ffolkes (7 pages)
On the Scene (personalties) - Lorin Hollander, Aram Avakian, Donald Sutherland
Sharon Olivia Clark appears in her PMOY pictorial in the June 1971 issue photographed by Alexas Urba. She also appeared in the December 1976 "Sex Stars Of 1976" pictorial. For a while she was the oldest PMOY, a title she lost to Kathy Ann Shower the Playmate for May 1985 and the 1986 PMOY.
Helena Antonaccio is the June 1969 Playmate. Jean Bell is the November 1969 Playmate. Avis Miller is the November 1970 Playmate.
Cynthia Hall is the March 1971 Playmate. Carol Imhof is the December 1970 Playmate. Lieko English is the June 1971 Playmate.
Carol Vitale is the July 1974 Playmate.
Dr. Paul Ehrlich. was a Stanford University biologist and author of the best-selling (1969) book The Population Bomb.
Donald Sutherland is interviewed for the October 1981 issue.
Janice Joplin died on October 4, 1970 Read More....
206 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.