The July 1981 issue of Playboy Magazine provides a blend of intriguing interviews, exclusive previews, critical discussions, and captivating pictorials.
This issue features a riveting interview with Robert Garwood, whose experience as a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War drew both sympathy and controversy. In this candid conversation, Garwood addresses the accusations of treason that have haunted him since his return to the United States.
Film enthusiasts will appreciate the first look at Mel Brooks's comic epic, "History of the World Part I." Playboy offers an exclusive preview of this much-anticipated satire that promises laughter and entertainment.
The issue also delves into the medical world with an article exploring the future of contraceptives. Discussing a potential breakthrough, Playboy poses the question: Are we on the verge of a safe and sure contraceptive?
The magazine delves into the world of sports, shedding light on the secret fears of baseball's winning pitchers. This insightful piece offers a fresh perspective on the mental toughness required in the sport.
Adding glamour to the issue is a sizzling pictorial of Jayne Kennedy, touted as TV's sexiest sportscaster. The dazzling photographs showcase her radiant beauty and magnetic charm.
The July 1981 issue of Playboy is a vintage treasure that combines insightful articles, enticing pictorials, and exclusive content. This vintage magazine is a fascinating read for enthusiasts and collectors, available in specialty magazine stores or online platforms for old magazines.