Playboy's May 1964 issue opens with a candid conversation in the Playboy Interview with the charismatic Jack Lemmon. The excitement continues with the suspenseful "You Only Live Twice" novel by Ian Fleming.
In fiction, “Portrait of Charles Boyd” offers a compelling narrative, and “I'm Just a Traveling Man” explores wanderlust. For humor lovers, “Hip Haiku” is a must-read. Modern living enthusiasts can delve into "A Playboy's Pad: Airy Aerie," while “Gin Fling” adds a touch of mixology. “Going Home” introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month. Engaging articles such as "Papa and the Playwright" and "Big-League Bridge" provide insight into various domains. The issue also features the eagerly anticipated “Playmate of the Year” pictorial, as well as “Playmates Revisited-1957.” Arthur C. Clarke's “The Food of the Gods” captivates the readers with imagination, and "The Anguish of Anselmo" adds ribald classic flair. Fashion enthusiasts can discover “New Moves Afoot,” and “On The Scene” highlights 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.