Playboy Magazine May 1983 vol.30, no.5
May 1983, Playboy cover image.
Weight ≈ 523g
Nastassja Kinski photographed by Helmut Newton
Facing off with you this month is screen gem Nastassja Kinski, displaying her wet look. You remember Nastassja from Cat People. If you look closely, you'll see that she has lately deserted her feline predilection. In fact, she's gone and sprouted Rabbit ears. Famed femme photographer Helmut Newton's cover shot starkly documents the harey transformation. As for Kinski, we'd say she gives great face.
Love At First byte
introducing susie scott, software specialist
Susie Scott photographed by Stephen Wayda
Playmate image
Susie Scott
Ansel Adams interviewed by Victoria and David Sheff with photography by Kerry Morris
a candid conversation with america's "photographic laureate" and environmentalist about art, natural beauty and the unnatural acts of interior secretary james watt
20 Questions
Charlton Heston interviewed by David Rensin with photography by Penny Wolin
the man to whom god gave the tablets talks about his headaches: the russians, the antinuke people and the absence of heroes
Palmer Vs. Palmer by Tom Boswell, illustrated by Bill Utterback
as this matchless pitcher of baseballs and briefs begins his 18th major-league season, the toughest rival he faces is himself
Meet the Mrs. photographed by Pompeo Posar and David Mecey
two marilyns both title holders in mrs. america competitions are winning wives in our book, too
Nastassja Kinski Exposed photographed by Helmut Newton
an enticing new star performs for playboy in an exotic fantasy
Gdanskins Aren't Just For Gdansk
with shoes in short supply, the polish government is compensating workers with sex american style
The Year In Movies
here we go again with the good the bad and the gory: unforgettable moments from the cinematic output of the past 12 months
Ingrid Bergman, Rae Dawn Chong, Daryl Hannah, Mariel Hemingway, Linda Kerridge, Nastassja Kinski, Linda Lovelace, Aileen Quinn, Molly Ringwald, Susan Sarandon, Debra Winger and Mary Woronov
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
Sports, , Music, Movies, Video, Television, Books,Coming Attractions
The Playboy Advisor
Dear Playmates
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
The Targeting Of America
A Special Report On Terrorism (article) by Laurence Gonzales
A Terrorists' Guide To The 1984 Olympics (article) by James P. Wohl
Ancient Evenings, Part II (fiction) by Norman Mailer
Bartender's Secrets (drink) by Emanuel Greenberg
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
Staying Power (attire) by David Platt
The Playboy Readers' Sex Survey, Part III (article) illustrated by Kinuko Y. Craft
How Men Became Mind Readers (ribald classic) retold by N'gomo Mitchell, illustrated by Brad Holland
Playboy Funnies (humor) four pages of comic strips
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement
On The Scene
what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Gear - Wheels - Grapevine and Sex News
This Susie Scott should not be confused with the Susie Scott who appeared as the Playmate in the February 1960 issue. For a start she wasn't born until '63. This Susie Scott moved to Haiti in 1995 and founded the Mercy and Sharing Foundation. She also appeared in pictorials in the March 1984 and October 1984 issues.
Ansel Adams was an American photographer and environmentalist, best known for his stunning B&W photographs of the American West. In later life he would devote much of his considerable writing skills and prestige to protecting the environment.
Nastassja Kinski is a German actress, her name is incorrectly spelt throughout the issue. I've corrected it here for accuracy.
Nastassja also appears in the August 1979 pictorial "Stay As You Are" and an image from this one is republished (in B&W) for. "Remembering Helmut Newton - May 2004 - the spelling error is repeated.
Jim Palmer was, at this time, coming to the end of a 19 year career as a pitcher with the Baltimore Orioles. He was inducted into the "Baseball Hall Of Fame" in 1990.
Marilyn Griffin was Mrs. Oklahoma 1980 and competed in the Mrs. America Pageant that year. Marilyn Parver, a native of Los Angeles, was Mrs. Georgia in 1981 and went to the Mrs. America Pageant in Las Vegas. Neither actually won the Mrs. America title, their titles were in the preceding round of the competition.
Charlton Heston was an actor.
Brady Campaign
236 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.