Playboy Magazine July 1979 vol.26, no.7
July 1979, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 483g
Cover
Denise Gauthier photographed by Tom Staebler
Looking at New York model Denise Gauthier, we feel a sudden fondness for Homburg hats. It's the gun that makes us nervous. It's a mint-condition Walther P38, a spy-film favorite. Executive Art Director Tom Staebler designed and photographed the cover and our resident gun freak, Senior Editor William Helmer, provided the Walther.
Playmate
Shear Wonder
if playmate dorothy mays styles your locks, you'll wind up feeling terrific—and your hair will look nice, too
Dorothy Mays photographed by Richard Fegley
Playmate image
Dorothy Mays
Interview
Joseph Aloysius Wambaugh interviewed by Lawrence Linderman with photography by Carl Iri
a candid conversation about real cops, movie cops and hollywood craziness with the best-selling author of "the onion field" and "black marble"
Pictorials Well Matched - including photographs by Pompeo Posar
love doesn't mean the same thing on the court that it does in courtship. newlyweds jimmy connors and patti mcguire know the difference
Moonraker: New Women For 007 photographed by Alberta Tiburzzi* and Richard Fegley
secret agent bond finds all sorts of undercover action in his latest film thriller. good show, james!
Corinne Clery*, Catherine Serre, Chichinou Kaeppler, Christina Hui, Irka Bochenko, Nicaise Jean Louis and Francoise Gayat
Articles and Features Playbill
The World Of Playboy - hef sightings, mansion frolics and nightlife notes
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialog on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Making Of A Pope (article) by Andrew M. Greeley, illustrated by Ron Villani
The Perfect High or The Quest Of Gimmesome Roy (humor in verse) by Shel Silverstein, illustrated by Brad Holland
The Leaser Of Two Evils (fiction) by Philip Jose Farmer, illustrated by Karl Wirsum
Looking Shipshape! (attire) by David Platt
Blood Sisters (fiction) by Joe Haldeman, illustrated by Pater Sato
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Good News For The Practicing Paranoid (article) by David Black, illustrated by Steve St. Germain
Catfish Catches On (food) by Emanuel Greenberg with photography by Bill Arsenault
Where Sex Is Concerned, The Doctor Is Out (article) by Morton Hunt, illustrated by Eraldo Carugati
The Second Annual Baseball Managers' Cash-On-The-Line, Clutch-Player All-Star Team (sports) by Terry Catchpole
Moonraker: New Perils For 007 (article) - see accompanying pictorial . . .
The Baker Of Yesilkoy (ribald classic), illustrated by Brad Holland
The Secret Life Of Baseball (sports) by Maury Z. Levy and Samantha Stevenson
Playbikes (modern living) by James Peterson - on the road or off, these motorcycles are pure pleasure.-
Playboy Funnies (humor) cartoon strips
Playboy's Pipeline
- tips on keeping your lifestyle in high gear
 
Man & Woman by Theodore Fischer
All Aboard European Trains by Tom Passavant
What's New In Security Devices by Walter Salm
Going To The Hamptons by John Rezek
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
On The Scene - Gadgets - Style - Fashion and
Grapevine: Alice Cooper, The Cars, Margaux Hemingway, Larraine Newman, Freddie Mercury, Cher and Marilynn Joi
Playboy's Roving Eye
more pictures from the german edition of playboy - or, we leica these a lot
Petra Kliensorg photographed by Rolf Appelbaum
Sex News
Patti McGuire is the November 1976 Playmate.
Joseph Wambaugh has written many novels including, "The Choirboys" which, in 1977 was made into a movie directed by Robert Aldrich and starring Charles Durning.
The Minolta XD-11 35mm SLR camera is advertised on page 178.
The Olympus OM 35mm SLR system is advertised, with a photo by David Deahl, on page 228.
Page 235 is and advert for the 1979 movie "The Main Event".
The Mamiya M645 medium format SLR camera is advertised on page 239.
250 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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