This March 1961 issue of Playboy is a treasure trove for literature enthusiasts and Hollywood aficionados. It features the captivating "The Illustrated Woman" by renowned author Ray Bradbury and an engrossing tale, "A Jackpot of Corpses," by Ben Hecht.
Journey to the exotic "Tahiti" with Barnaby Conrad and race into the world of high-performance cars with Ken Purdy’s "The Ferrari." The issue poses an intriguing question, "Has Success Spoiled Marlon Brando?" delving into the life of the legendary actor. Shel Silverstein's "Teevee Jeebies" adds a touch of humor, while a noteworthy segment explores the advent of new nudes in Hollywood films. Moreover, the Playboy Panel brings together illustrious personalities like Mort Sahl, Steve Allen, Lenny Bruce, and others for an engaging discussion. This issue is ideal for those seeking a rich blend of literary works and the glamour of Hollywood.
Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.