Playboy Magazine, July 1999

July 26, 2023 in PlayBoy 90s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, July 1999

The July 1999 edition of Playboy Magazine is a fascinating blend of intriguing interviews, insightful articles, fashion trends, and enticing pictorials.

This issue's 'Playboy Interview' spotlights Barney Frank, offering a candid conversation with the seasoned politician, delving into his life, career, and opinions.

In the 'Article' section, 'Extreme Wall Street' by Larry Dubois gives an insider's look into the world of high finance and big risks. 'Root Rage' by Carl Sherman delves into a different kind of conflict, and 'Wrestling Madness' by Mark Hudis and William Harla Pry(or) peels back the layers of this high-octane sport.

The 'Fiction' segment presents 'The Instruments of Peace' by Edward Falco, a captivating story that takes readers on an intriguing journey.

In 'Pictorials', 'Karen Finley' offers a seductive glimpse into the world of glamour. The exclusive 'Girls of Hawaiian Tropic' pictorial offers a tantalizing tropical treat for the readers.

'Drinking, Screwing, Defying -The World According to David Wells' focuses on the colorful personality of this renowned sports figure.

In 'Fashion', 'Light Weights' explores trendy and comfortable styles for the summer. Gear enthusiasts get a treat with 'Take a Bike,' showcasing the latest biking essentials.

'Sci-Fi TV' by Daniel Kadi explores the realm of fantasy and space in television, and 'The Manly Secrets of Fly Fishing' provides a unique look into this classic sport.

The issue also presents 'Just Plain Jennifer,' Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and adds a dash of humor with 'Party Jokes.'

In '20 Questions,' this month features the influential and controversial filmmaker, Michael Moore.

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

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