A Dash of Espionage and Fashion - Playboy, April 1964

Playboy, April 1964

The April 1964 issue of Playboy kicks off with an adrenaline rush as it features Ian Fleming's espionage-laden novel "You Only Live Twice." Alongside the thrills, the issue keeps the style quotient high with "Playboy's Spring & Summer Fashion Forecast" by Robert L. Green, ensuring readers are in sync with the latest trends.

The fiction "You Could Always Hope" adds depth, while “The Sharks” offers humor. The “New Girl in Town” keeps the tradition of featuring the Playboy’s Playmate of the Month. Food enthusiasts can savor the “Continental Comestibles.” Another must-read is “Sellers Mimes The Movie Lovers”, a pictorial that’s sure to entertain. The opinion piece “Highbrow Authors and Middlebrow Books” by John W. Aldridge provides food for thought. The issue also includes ribald classics, satire, and “On The Scene” showcasing personalities.

Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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