Playboy Magazine, April 1985

July 16, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 1985

Playboy's April 1985 issue offers a variety of intriguing content, including an exclusive interview with Wayne Gretzky, enlightening articles, engaging fiction, stunning pictorials, humor, a captivating memoir, a fashion guide, and more.

The issue starts with a candid conversation with Wayne Gretzky in the Playboy Interview. It provides readers with unique insights into the life and mind of one of the greatest ice hockey players in history.

Explore the world of adult film in the article "'Café Flesh' and Me," and experience the sultry side of rock music in the "Rock Video Gets Hot" pictorial.

"Even Charles Atlas Dies," a work of fiction in this issue, offers an absorbing narrative sure to captivate readers, while the drink segment "White Magic" teaches readers how to create some enchanting cocktails.

Readers looking for a laugh will appreciate "Support Our Boys in Nicaragua," a satirical piece. Similarly, "Playboy's Party Jokes" adds a humorous touch to the issue.

Dive into the insightful essay "Signals" and the modern living segment "Let 'Em Rip!" for a fresh perspective on contemporary life.

The issue also includes the "Brief Tales from Korea" ribald classic, 20 Questions with Joel Hyatt, and a captivating memoir titled "What I Learned at Sea."

Pictorials in this issue include "Our Miss Brooks," featuring Playboy's Playmate of the month, and "Playmate Sisters," presenting readers with an array of beauty and charm.

This issue concludes with the comprehensive "Playboy Music '85" survey, "Playboy Funnies" humor section, a handy "Playboy Guide: Fashion," and "Playboy on the Scene," providing readers with a complete entertainment package.

This edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine stores.

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