Playboy April 1957 Issue - A Blend of Fiction, Lifestyle, and Humor

June 29, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy April 1957 Issue

The April 1957 issue of Playboy magazine is a blend of captivating fiction, lifestyle content, and humor. It starts with "The Sergeant and the Slave Girl," a thrilling fiction piece. "Exurbanites at Play" is an article that examines the leisure activities of suburban dwellers. For automobile enthusiasts, "The Compleat Sports Car Stable" takes a look into the modern living aspects of owning a sports car.

Another fiction piece, "All Through The Night" engages readers before delving into fashion with "Come Rain, Come Shine." Gourmet delights are shared in "Shrimps Supreme." The issue presents "Miss April" as Playboy’s Playmate of the Month. "Playboy's Party Jokes" brings humor, while "Victory Parade" returns to fiction. "The Power of Positive Thinking" adds more laughs, and "The Wayward Wife" spices things up as a ribald classic. The issue also includes an intriguing article titled "Sex on Lex," and ends with a Hemingway pastiche.

Like with previous issues, vintage magazine collectors might find physical copies through collectors or online marketplaces, or it could be accessed digitally if available.

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