The February 1963 issue of Playboy is an exciting blend of interviews, music, politics, and humor. The issue features a candid interview with the legendary Frank Sinatra as he speaks his mind, offering readers an insight into the enigmatic personality of one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century.
The issue also captures the allure of the “Chicks of Cleopatra”, serving as a visual treat. For jazz enthusiasts, the issue highlights the 1963 Playboy Jazz Stars. Additionally, literature fans are treated to a new "Jeeves" novelette by the renowned P.G. Wodehouse. In a riveting section, Norman Mailer and William F. Buckley Jr. engage in a stimulating debate about the American right wing, providing readers with insights into the political landscape of the time. Adding a touch of playful charm, the issue also includes a pictorial feature of a Playmate pillow fight. With its eclectic and engaging content, the February 1963 issue continues Playboy's tradition of captivating its audience.
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.