Playboy Magazine, June 1978

July 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 1978

Playboy Magazine's June 1978 issue offers an intriguing blend of interviews, memoirs, pictorials, and more.

The issue is highlighted by a candid interview with George Burns. The octogenarian Hollywood celebrity, popular for his humor and ever-present cigar, shares about his half-century in show business, his life with Gracie, and the state of his current sex life.

The memoir "Wheeling and Dealing" by Bobby Baker, with Larry L. King, takes you back to 1963 when the "Bobby Baker scandal" was a household phrase. Baker, who did time for his wheeling and dealing in Washington, is back with revelations on some big names in government.

The issue also features "The Dreams of Apollonia", a pictorial featuring a New York fashion model who brings her most intimate fantasies to life for the readers.

Mark Goodman offers a unique perspective on Telly Savalas in "Telly Loves Ya!" exploring how Savalas manages to be a major sex symbol despite being bald and chunky.

Finally, join Playboy and top model-celebrity Margaux Hemingway on an adventurous trip to Cuba. Hemingway returns to her grandfather's favorite stomping ground and shares her experiences. Accompanying this narrative are David Platt's top choices in resort wear, giving Castro's land a fresh look, and ex-White House photographer David Kennerly capturing all the action.

Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.

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