Playboy Magazine November 1972 vol.19, no.11
November 1972, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 612g
Cover
Pamela Rawlings photographed by Rowland Scherman designed by Jack Niland
Playmate Image
Lenna Sjööblom
Playmate
Swedish Accent
though she's put down roots in america, playmate lenna sjööblom still considers sweden home
Lenna Sjööblom photographed by Dwight Hooker.
Interview
Jack Anderson interviewed by Larry DuBois
a candid comverstion with the muckraking syndicated columinist
Pictorials
Variation On A Vadim Theme by Bruce Williamson with photography by Roger Vadim
the french film director turns still photographer to capture the child-woman delights of gwen welles, his current personal-professional interest
Sex in Cinema 1972 by Arthur Knight and Hollis Alpert
  movie morality became an election-year issue for crusading smuthounds and major studios began toning down torrid scenes to avoid getting x'd
Shirley MacLaine, Kenneth Mars, Burt Reynolds, Dyan Cannon, Lana Wood, Sean Connery, Peter Gonzales, Dominique Sanda, Marlon Brando, Stephanie Beacham, Susan George, Al Pacino, Simonetta Stefanelli, Farley Granger, Barbara Bouche, Barbara Hershey, David Carradine, Gene Hackman, Lee Marvin, Maria Baxa, Imelda Marani, Thalmus Rasulala, Pamela Grier, Richard Roundtree, Kathy Imrie, Brenda Sykes, Jim Brown, Christopher St. John, Paula Kelly, William Marshall, Emily Yancy, Paula Pritchett, Mara Lorenzio, Tom Smothers, Samantha Jones, Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Buck Henry, Milena Dravic, Michael Sacks, Valerie Perrine, Tina Herazo, Keith Carradine, Kris Kristofferson, Joy Bang, Viva, Barbara Hershey, Robert FLyons, Elizabeth Taylor, Susannah York, Nathalie Delon, Sybil Danning, Victoria Vetri, Solomon Sturger, Aimee Eccles, Jeff Pomerantz, Claudia Jennings, Charlotte Rampling, Oliver Tobias, Francesca Annis, Cheri Caffaro, Anne Heywood, Christiane Kruger, Siegfried Rauch, Laura Cannon, Cybil Shepherd, Richard Benjamin and Karen Black/td>
Articles and Features Playbill
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 dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
Whatever Happened To Henry Oates? (fiction) by Hal Bennett
Water? (drink) by Thomas Mario illustrated by Pat Dypold
You'll Have To Talk Louder - I Have Sand In My Ears (article) by David Stevens illustrated by Warren Linn
Hustling The Youth Vote (article) by Richard Reeves with pghotography by Bart Harris
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
Everything Dr. Reuben Doesn't Know About Sex (article) by Betty Rollin illustrated by Ed Paschke
Bedtime Story (attire) Robert L. Green with photography by Richard Fegley
The Great American Authors Test (humor) Craig Vetter with photography by Bill Arsenault
The Terrible Events In Santa Barbara (fiction) by Warner Law illustrated by Fred Nelson
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
The Hit Men (sports) by Brock Yates illustrated by Harvey Dinnerstein
No Cause For Alarm (modern living)
Suicide (article) by Sam Blum illustrated by Gervasio Gallardo
Imprisonment Chic (article) by Garry Wills with photography designed by Tom Staebler and taken by Don Azuma
The Arsons Of Desire (fiction) by William Harrison
The Turkish Connection (ribald classic) illustrated by Brad Holland
Flash! (attire) Robert L. Green with photography by Don Azuma
On The Scene (personalities) Gary Hart, Al Green, Marjoe Gortner
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
Symbolic Sex (humor) by Don Addis
The Army Vs. Anthony Herbert
Little Annie Fanny dates Ralph Raider (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Vargas Girl
This issue, on it's release, was the best selling issue ever at 7,161,561 copies sold.
Jack Anderson was a Pulitzer Prize winning United Features syndicated journalist and, a father of nine.
Lenna Sjööblom appears on the cover of the April 1973issue and in a pictorial in the February 1974 issue. A cropped image from her Playmate shoot is used in the graphics image processing industry as a standard image.
Gwen Welles was an American actress, best known for her role as "Sueleen Gay," in Robert Altman's classic 1975 film "Nashville". She also appeared in a pictorial in the May 1975 issue. She died of cancer on October 13, 1993.
Double page Playboy subscription advert, pages 50-51, featuring the January 1971 Playmate and 1972 PMOY Liv Lindeland.
Page 263 carries a full page color OUI Subscription advert featuring an unnamed model in a provocative pose.
278 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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