Playboy Magazine, January 1967 Issue

July 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, January 1967 Issue

The January 1967 issue of Playboy Magazine is a Special Holiday Anniversary edition and features an array of notable content. It includes Part Two of Len Deighton's spy novel "An Expensive Place to Die", as well as Ray Bradbury's "The Lost City of Mars".

There is an exclusive interview with Cuban leader Fidel Castro, and U.S. Senator Edward Long shares insights on "Big Brother in America". This issue also features a thought-provoking piece by Rolf Hochhuth on the immorality in war. Additionally, readers are treated to Playboy's Annual Playmate Review, a tribute to Lenny Bruce including a new poem by Allen Ginsberg, and a 13-page pictorial on sex stars of the 1950s. The issue also showcases work by other prominent figures such as Isaac Bashevis Singer, P. G. Wodehouse, H. Allen Smith, Robert Graves, Leroy Neiman, Bill Mauldin, Eric Bentley, Joseph Wechsberg, and Ken W. Purdy. This issue is rich in content and reflects Playboy's commitment to combining entertainment with thought-provoking literature and interviews.

Vintage copies of this issue can be found in specialty stores or through online platforms dealing in classic publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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