Playboy's December 1964 issue is a holiday treat featuring an engaging mix of interviews, fiction, humor, and more. The highlight is a candid conversation with Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond.
For those looking to celebrate the holidays in style, there’s “The Catered Christmas Affair” for food and drink ideas and “Gifting the Girls” for gift suggestions. Literature enthusiasts can enjoy fictional works including “Once, in Aleppo” and “Sauve Qui Peut”. Opinion pieces such as “The French Myth” and “Semantics and the Cold War” offer thought-provoking perspectives. Adding to the festive spirit, the issue includes Playboy's Christmas Cards in verse and “Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Jo” showcasing the playmate of the month. The humor section features “The Christmas Carol Caper” and “Little Annie Fanny” among others. The issue is a delightful blend of holiday cheer and stimulating content.
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.