Playboy Magazine, February 1979

July 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, February 1979

Playboy Magazine's February 1979 issue delivers an exciting blend of interviews, articles, and pictorials.

A candid conversation with Neil Simon, one of America's most popular playwrights, gives readers an insider's look into his thoughts about his own plays, the story behind "The Goodbye Girl," and his critique of critics.

In an intriguing article, G. Barry Golson reveals the luxurious lifestyle of Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who famously pairs his old wine with fine old money at Château Mouton.

In a daring pictorial feature, photographer Ron Vogel has taken nude pictures of his own daughter, challenging societal norms and pushing the boundaries of personal and artistic liberty.

David B. Tinnin, along with David Halevy, offers a deep dive into the world of anti-terrorism strike teams. They provide an insight into the personnel and equipment involved in hostage rescue scenarios.

From the sports world, an exploration of cross-country skiing promises to keep the winter sports enthusiasts engaged. A photo essay captures the captivating beauty of the girls of Las Vegas, and a ribald classic humorously warns virgins and young men about certain practices.

The issue also features a narrative about historical sex hang-ups by Morton M. Hunt and the continuation of Arthur C. Clarke's sci-fi sensation, "The Fountains of Paradise." In modern living, neon lights are back in vogue, and the issue concludes with a recap of the year in sex, highlighting key trends and events.

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

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