Playboy Magazine, August 1969 Issue

July 6, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, August 1969 Issue

The August 1969 issue of Playboy Magazine covers a range of topics from politics and foreign policy to theater and entertainment. The issue delves into The Living Theater, a notable avant-garde theater group, examining their stage performances and behind-the-scenes dynamics.

Senator Frank Church is featured, providing insights into his vision for a new approach to foreign policy. The magazine includes pictorials on the Playboy Bunnies of Detroit and Paula Kelly from the film "Sweet Charity." There is also an uncensored feature on The Smothers Brothers, a comedy duo known for their satirical and often controversial humor. Ramsey Clark, the former Attorney General, gives an exclusive interview, sharing his perspectives on legal and political issues. An article discussing the role of gold in the economy and how it’s manipulated by fast money traders is also included. The issue features a piece by Irwin Shaw about his visit to a foreign film festival.

Collectors or enthusiasts interested in this issue can look into vintage magazine stores, online platforms like eBay, or specialized websites dealing with classic publications. Digital formats may also be available for those seeking a convenient reading experience.

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