Playboy Magazine July 1989 vol.36, no.7  
July 1989, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 374g
Shelly Jamison photographed by Pompeo Posar and James Schnepf
Broadcaster Shelly Jamison uncovers a lot more than the news this month in our exclusive news-making pictorial. Shelly was photographed by Contributing Photographer Richard Izui for the cover, which was designed by Senior Art Director Len Willis and styled by Shellee Wells. We thank Richelieu Pearls, New York, for Jamison's jewelry, Vidal Rodriguez for styling her hair and Mary Elking for make-up. "Testing," quips the Rabbit.
Erika (natural at 19, before baywatch and implants)
after some stormy seas, miss july wants to be captain of her own ship
Erika Eleniak photographed by Richard Fegley
Playmate image
Erika Eleniak
Barry Diller interviewed by Kevin Sessums with photography by Tony Costa
a candid conversation with a true hollywod mogul—the former head of paramount, now head of fox inc.—about power, politics and showbiz
20 Questions
William Shatner interviewed by David Rensin with photography by Mark Hanauer
our ambassador to the universe describes the earth without a future and angie dickinson with underpants
Pictorials TV News Knockout photographed by Pompeo Posar and James Schnepf
this just in: phoenix newscaster shelly jamison is amazing arizona
B-Movie Bimbos by Joe Bob Briggs with photography by Richard Fegley
  they're wild! they're dangerous! they're the chain-saw-wielding cuties of camp cinema
Monique Gabrielle, Bobbie Bresee, Linnea Quigley, Christina Jensen, Roxanne Kernohan, Suzanne Slater, Ginger Lynn Allen, Michelle Bauer, Becky LeBeau
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Book of Lingerie
Book of Lingerie #8
July / August 1989
Excellent - £12.99
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Raw Data, Movies, Video, Music, Books,
Sports - Drive, She Said by Dan Jenkins
Men - Cherry-Blossom Boogie by Asa Baber
Women - The Low-Down On Self Esteem by Cynthia Heimel
The Playboy Advisor, illustrated by Dennis Mukai
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Making Of A Monster (Ted Bundy) by Philip Nobile
The Return Of The Designing Woman (article) by Marcia Froelke Coburn, illustrated by Anita Kunz
What Women Really Want: A Guide For Guys
Are You Man Enough For the Nineties?
A Sleep And A Forgetting (fiction) by Robert Silverberg with a painting by Peter Max
Abboud! (fashion) by Hollis Wayne with photography by Bob Frame
The Road From Afghanistan (article) by Larry Heinemann, illustrated by Arthur Paul
Picture Perfect (modern living) by Edward Rothstein with photography by James Imbrogno
The Connoisseur's Guide to Video Discs
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Kit & Caboodle (modern living) with photography by Richard Izui
Burning Desires: Sex In America (article) by Steve Chapple and David Talbot with illustrations by Kinuko Y. Craft
in a four-part series, the authors do the job someone had to do: a cross-country exploration of how america reinvented pleasure in the age of sexual terror
Part Four - Porn Minds Its Manners
By Golf Possessed with an illustration of Willie Nelson by Max Ginsburg
we golf, you golf, the veep golfs, even willie golfs—get set for the greening of america
The Game You'll Never Know (article) by Greg Norman
The Perfect Swing by John Andrisani
Buying A Better Game (modern living) by Brian McCallan with photography by James Imbrogno
Playboy On The Scene - what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Super Shopping with photography by Steve Conway
Grapevine: Greg Giuffria & Rita, Tom Waits, Shelly Long, Cowboy Junkies, Lisa Meli, Madonna & Sandra Bernhard
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
See more of Baywatch and ET actress Erika Eleniak in the August 1990 and December 1993 pictorials and on the cover of the April 1989 issue.
Erika Eleniak first appeared in the "The Great 35th Anniversary Playmate Hunt" for the January 1989 issue.
Barry Diller is media executive and ex chairman of Paramount Pictures.
Shelly Jamison quit her job at the station after the magazine hit the shelves.
182 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.