Playboy Magazine, July 1988

July 18, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July 1988

The July 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine continues its legacy of in-depth interviews, thought-provoking articles, alluring pictorials, and humorous anecdotes.

The 'Playboy Interview' features actor Paul Hogan, widely known for his iconic role in 'Crocodile Dundee.' Hogan offers readers an insider's view of his life and career.

The issue presents a politically themed article titled 'What Makes Jesse Run?' delving into the motivations and actions of a prominent figure. Meanwhile, the 'Skinsuits' pictorial captures the beauty of the human form in an artistic and tasteful manner.

The article 'Oh, Bury Me Not at Clinique La Prairie' offers an intriguing narrative. 'Buster Takes Manhattan' showcases a collection of stylish fashion ensembles that reflect the city's unique vibe.

'A Stand-Up Kind of Guy' profiles an unnamed personality, offering readers a deeper understanding of their life and work. July's Playmate of the Month is introduced in 'Great Terri,' and 'Playboy's Party Jokes' provides a dash of humor.

'Whiskey Américain' introduces readers to the world of American whiskey, while 'The Jelly-Bean Presidency' offers a satirical take on political leadership.

The '20 Questions' segment features actor Judge Reinhold, known for his roles in 'Beverly Hills Cop' and 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High.'

The short story 'Run, Sally, Run' engages readers with its narrative, and the 'World-Class Beauties' pictorial celebrates the diverse beauty of women from around the globe.

The July 1988 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online and in select vintage magazine stores.

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