Playboy Magazine December 1963 Issue - Holiday Edition with Gifts, Fiction, Humor and More

Playboy Magazine December 1963 Issue

Playboy Magazine’s December 1963 issue has a holiday-themed mix that includes a range of content from humor to fiction.

"Gifting the Girls" section can provide you with ideas for holiday gifts. “What a Night Before Christmas!” adds a humorous twist to the holiday season. The issue also features “Holiday Spirits Hot… and Cold”, an engaging guide to holiday drinks.

The edition offers a rich selection of fiction including “The Vacation”, “Eyewitness”, “Conversation over Moo Goo Gai Pan”, “A Corking Evening”, and “Beelzebub”.

“How to Read a Book Superficially” is an intriguing article that takes a tongue-in-cheek look at reading habits. Another thought-provoking article, “The Morals of Money” delves into the ethical aspects of finance.

“Susan and Kim” is a pictorial feature that captures the grace and beauty of the models.

The issue contains opinion pieces like “Everybody Shinny on His Own Side” and a memoir titled “To Paradise, by Ferry”.

Adding more holiday cheer are “Playboy’s Christmas Cards” and “Choice Cartoons of Christmas Past”, both humorous takes on the festive season.

“Prima Donna” features the Playboy Playmate of the month.

“Saltpeter and the Wolf” is an enlightening article, while “Symbolic Sex” adds a touch of humor to sexual symbolism.

“Editor’s Choice” offers another pictorial treat, while “The Lady and the Wench” is presented as a ribald classic.

Madison Square Garden is highlighted in “Man at His Leisure”.

In "On The Scene" section, you’ll get a glimpse into personalities of the time.

“The ‘Noble’ Experiment” is a nostalgic piece, and “How to Talk Dirty and Influence People” is an autobiography by Lenny Bruce.

“Merry Christmas!” is a guide to gifts, and “The Teevee Jeebies Story” is a satire.

Lastly, “The Playboy Art Gallery The Mona Lisa” and “Little Annie Fanny” both add humor with a satirical twist.

This issue is perfect for those looking to indulge in an array of content during the holiday season.

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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