The July 1982 issue of Playboy features a personal pictorial of the Girls of Ma Bell, an enjoyable interview with Bette Davis, a mystery from a Missouri town, an examination of Watergate profiteers, and an in-depth look at the role of sports medicine in America.
Description: The July 1982 edition of Playboy Magazine promises a delightful blend of entertainment, mystery, and hard-hitting journalism.
A steamy feature presents the girls of Ma Bell in a highly personal pictorial. This photographic spread captures the beauty and allure of these women, offering readers a visual treat.
Hollywood fans are treated to an enchanting interview with screen legend Bette Davis. Known for her straightforwardness, Davis shares her candid views on her career, Hollywood, and life in general. This feature is not only a must-read for movie buffs but also for those who appreciate forthright conversations.
In a suspenseful real-life story, Playboy delves into a mystery in a nice Missouri town that doesn't want to catch a killer. This piece investigates the death of a bully and the town's surprising reaction to it.
A decade after the Watergate scandal, Playboy takes a closer look at those who profited from this political crisis. Through detailed investigation and expert insights, the magazine sheds light on the aftermath of one of America's most infamous political scandals.
Finally, this issue explores the role of sports medicine in America in a feature titled "The Brawning of America." It examines how this medical specialty can contribute to a fitter, trimmer, and sexier populace.
The July 1982 issue of Playboy is an intriguing mix of allure, candid conversations, suspenseful stories, historical insights, and healthful advice. Available at vintage magazine stores and select online platforms.