Playboy Magazine December 1960 Issue - A Christmas Extravaganza with Fiction, Humor, and Iconic Pictorials

Playboy Magazine December 1960 Issue

 The December 1960 issue of Playboy Magazine is a Christmas bonanza of fiction, humor, satire, and iconic pictorials. Readers are invited to indulge in Christmas fiction, fact, and fantasy by renowned writers such as Gerald Kersh, Ray Bradbury, Art Buchwald, and more, that captivate and evoke the holiday spirit.

The issue also includes a delightful assortment of Christmas-themed cartoons, humor, and satire by talented artists like Jules Feiffer, Shel Silverstein, and Gahan Wilson. The crowning jewels of this issue are the stunning pictorials, notably featuring the timeless Marilyn Monroe, and a special feature on five Christmas Playmates. Perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in a holiday-themed literary and visual feast with a classic Playboy touch.

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.

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