Playboy Magazine, July 1997

July 25, 2023 in PlayBoy 90s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July 1997

The July 1997 edition of Playboy Magazine blends fascinating interviews, engrossing articles, stunning pictorials, and more, offering its readers a perfect midsummer entertainment.

The issue opens with the 'Playboy Interview', offering an intimate conversation with actor Anthony Edwards. This is followed by the thought-provoking article 'Stacked Like Me', discussing body image and perceptions. Jan Bres' photographs contribute to this issue's visually engaging content.

A walk down memory lane with Playmate Revisited Brandi Brandt is followed by the intriguing fiction piece 'I Could've Told You If You Hadn't Asked' by George Singleton. 'Tobacco Road' gives an insight into the world of premium smokes, leading into 'Perfect Fit', a showcase of the latest fashion trends.

The Playboy Gallery features a stunning nude by Guido Argentini. 'Daphne's Free Spirit' unveils Playboy's Playmate of the Month, while the 'Party Jokes' section delivers a dose of humor. The 'Playboy's History of the Sexual Revolution' segment covers the era of the 1930s in 'Part IV: Hard Times (1930-1939)'.

'Luke Skywalker Goes Home', a Playboy profile, offers a look into the life of Mark Hamill, the man behind the iconic Star Wars character. The issue concludes with the mesmerizing 'Farrah: All of Me' pictorial, and an engaging '20 Questions' session with comedian Jon Lovitz.

This issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase online or at select vintage magazine stores.

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