The April 1965 issue of Playboy offers readers a rich array of articles, interviews, fiction, and pictorials. Noteworthy features include an enlightening conversation with the humorist Art Buchwald and a captivating chapter from Ian Fleming’s James Bond novel "The Man with the Golden Gun".
For those interested in nightlife and culture, Herbert Gold provides an insider’s take on San Francisco's lively scene. In fiction, P.G. Wodehouse delivers humor with "Stylish Stout", while Arthur C. Clarke's "Maelstrom II" will satisfy science fiction fans. “From Russia with Love” by Thomas Mario entices with delectable Russian recipes. There’s also a nostalgic piece by Jean Shepherd titled "Old Man Pulaski" and an engaging article by J. Paul Getty. Fashion enthusiasts will find Playboy's Spring & Summer Fashion Forecast by Robert L. Green a must-read. The issue is rounded out by pictorials, humor, and more, exemplifying Playboy’s classic mix of culture, lifestyle, and entertainment.
Vintage copies of this issue can be found in specialty stores or through online platforms dealing in classic publications. Digital versions may also be available.