Playboy Magazine, December 1977

July 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, December 1977

The December 1977 issue of Playboy Magazine is packed with engaging content, compelling interviews, enticing pictorials, and stimulating articles.

Kicking off the issue, Playboy presents a candid conversation with John Denver. In this interview, the magazine's skeptical interviewer joins Denver on a camping trip and is surprised to discover Denver is just as he seems to be.

Next, an exciting feature, "Blackjack for Blood," finds author Maurice Zolotow learning the ropes with a gambling expert. The process is challenging, providing an intriguing insight into the world of professional gambling.

The magazine also offers a humorous parody titled "Star Spats" by Laurence Gonzales, offering a revisionist view of Star Wars with a touch of chicken soup and cologne.

The issue features an inviting pictorial, "Playboy's Playmate House Party," showcasing a fun-filled gathering that continues from the TV screen into reality. The pictorial captures the candid and lively moments that come after the party truly begins.

Then, the article "Not Just Another Great White Hope" introduces readers to the Portland Trail Blazers center, Bill Walton. Despite his unusual political profile, he is revealed as a true sportsman at heart.

Finally, rock fans will appreciate "How I Spent My Spring Vacation: On Tour with KISS in Japan" by David Standish. This article provides a behind-the-scenes look at an all-American rock group's tour in Japan, partially amending the history of World War Two.

The December 1977 issue of Playboy provides a blend of engaging content sure to cater to a variety of reader interests.

Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.

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