Playboy Magazine January 1975 vol.22, no.1
January 1975, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 583g
Cover
l,r,t,b Ester Cordet, Bebe Buel, Marilyn Lange, Francine Parks, Nancy Cameron and Kristine Hanson
photographed by Richard Fegley, Richard Fegley, Dwight Hooker, Mario Casilli, Hooker, David Chan collage construction by Beatrice Paul Donovan, photographed by Bill Frantz
Playmate
Close To Home
you never know—sometimes the search for a playmate doesn't go beyond your front door
Lynnda Kimball photographed by Mario Casilli
Playmate Image
Lynnda Kimball
Interview
John Dean interviewed by Barbara Cady with photography by Vernon L.Smith
a candid conversation with the man who blew the whistle on richard nixon
Pictorials
Playboy Mansion West - A Pictorial Essay
a visit to playboy's new paradise by the pacific, a contemporary shangri-la for work and play
Ursula Andress, Katherine Baumann, Barbi Benton, Karen Black, Marilyn Cole, Tisa Farrow, Bianca Jagger, Sharon Johansen, Barbara Leigh, Linda Lovelace, Christine Maddox, Hope Olson, Janice Pennington, Elke Sommer, Ingeborg Sorensen and Cyndi Wood
Bardot - Incroyable! photographed by Laurent Vergez
the ageless sex kitten has just had a milestone birthday—but as you can see—what's in a number
Playboy's Playmate Review
a portfolio of the past delightful dozen
Nancy Cameron, Francine Parks, Pamela Zinszer, Marlene Morrow, Marilyn Lange, Sandy Johnson, Carol Vitale, Jean Manson, Kristine Hanson, Ester Cordet, Bebe Buel, Janice Raymond
George Plimpton: Playboy Photographer
the "paper lion" faces his greatest challenge yet— hunting for and shooting the elusive playmate
Natividad Abascal and Kevyn Taylor
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Hotels -Theater - Books - Movies - Recordings - Music
The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
Vargas Girl A Month Of Sundays (fiction) by John Updike
Happy 199th, America! (humor)
Asking For It (fiction) by John Collier
Good Night, Sweet Sherlock (essay) by Sean O'Faolain
A Roundly Observed History Of Sex (humor) by Arnold Roth
Skoal Days (food and drink) by Emanuel Greenberg
The Case of the Cockamamie Sisters - The Playboy Dime Mystery *
This is an 8 page insert with drawings by Robert Andrew Parker and text by John Blumenthal
Paternity (fiction) by Herbert Gold
That Was The Year That Was (humor) by Judith Wax
A Very Expensive High (article) by Richard Rhodes
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
'Does Your Husband Know You're Bisexual?' (article) by John Medelman
Captain Burger's American Dream (fiction) by Philip Cioffari
Top Coats! (attire)
The Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
The Eleventh-Hour Santa (gifts)
The Peach-Colored Shoe (ribald classic) , illustrated by Brad Holland
The Wit And Wisdom Of The Rich (humor) by Anthony Haden-Guest
Playboy's Annual Writing Awards
Winter Of '59 (satire) by Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
Lynnda Kimball first appears in the July 1974 pictorial "Heady Stuff" and on the cover of the August 1974issue.
Martha Smith Miss July 1973 makes a naked appeal for more Playboy subscribers.
Barbi Benton (aka Klein) also appears on the cover - March 1970, May 1972, December 1985 and in pictorials March 1970, December 1973, December 1985.
George Plimpton was in fact an American journalist, writer, editor and actor who was widely known for his sports writing, not particularly for his photographic skills.
John Dean was White House Counsel from 1971 to 1973 and involved in the Watergate break in and cover-up.
*As this is an insert, it is quite often missing.
272 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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