Playboy Magazine, April 2009

Aug. 8, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2009

 Playboy's April 2009 issue combines the world of motorcycles, martinis, memoirs, and more in a fascinating read. In "Road Killers," James R. Petersen explores the exhilarating world of motorcycles, taking the reader on a ride through the latest two-wheel manna.

The issue also raises a glass to gin, the ever-classic liquor, while unveiling the first part of James Ellroy's four-part memoir, "The Hilliker Curse," offering a unique insight into the male romantic urge. Jamie Malanowski's "Liars, Cheats & Thieves" investigates the financial manipulations that led to the economic collapse. Readers will enjoy interviews with the humorous Seth Rogen, discussing his meteoric rise, and the stunning Amy Smart, who opens up about her adventurous side.

The magazine also pays homage to Bettie Page with timeless, playful pinup photos. Additional features include Miss April Hope Dworaczyk's backstage preparation for her close-up and the beautiful depiction of international Playmates in "Coming to America."

An issue brimming with variety, sensuality, and sharp insights into contemporary life and culture.

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