Playboy Magazine, June 2001

July 30, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 2001

The June 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine is filled with engaging articles, in-depth interviews, and exclusive photoshoots.

'Forever Marilyn' pays tribute to the ultimate sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe. Born 75 years ago, she graced the world with her magnetic charm and undeniable talent. Esteemed author Scott Turow unravels the mystique behind this captivating icon.

In 'The Deadly Air', Michael Parrish explores the frightening reality of viruses as potential terrorist weapons. The article takes a comprehensive look at the dangers these microscopic entities pose to humanity.

'Ten Great Porn DVDs' presents an expert's curated list of top-notch adult entertainment. This guide could save you hours searching for the perfect video to set the mood.

'Bombs Away' offers a detailed profile of Jerry Bruckheimer, the mastermind behind cinematic adrenaline rushes like 'Top Gun', 'Beverly Hills Cop', and 'Armageddon'. Can his latest venture, 'Pearl Harbor', score another direct hit?

In 'Centerfolds on Sex: Jessica Lee', the Playmate shares her intimate preferences and suggests taking things slow can make a big difference.

'20Q Edward Burns' captures a conversation with the multitalented producer, writer, director, and actor. He opens up about his experiences working with big names in Hollywood and his upcoming film.

'City Girls: LA Style' invites you to eavesdrop on a candid conversation about sex among four young women. Anka Radakovich leads this fascinating discussion.

The 'Fiction' section presents 'The Other Side of Mulholland', a Hollywood-themed story by Stephen Randall that explores the bittersweet journey of a screenwriter.

In our 'Interview' section, Charlie Sheen, the notorious Hollywood party animal, shares tales from his wild past and how he turned his life around in 'Spin City'. This conversation, led by David Rensin, is as revealing as it is entertaining.

Get your June 2001 issue of Playboy Magazine online or from selected outlets today. It's sure to spice up your summer.

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