The March 1967 issue of Playboy Magazine contains an interview with Orson Welles. It also includes an array of content such as “Comet Wine,” “The Tate Gallery: Pictures by Polanski,” and an article on executive salaries.
There's fiction including "The Witness" and "An Expensive Place to Die," as well as a pictorial essay titled “The Bunnies of Missouri.” Additionally, there is a piece on a Playboy Pad described as "Exotica in Exurbia," an article on grooming, and content on French cuisine. The magazine offers a vibrant blend of culture, entertainment, and lifestyle content characteristic of the 1960s. Please read responsibly.
Vintage copies of this issue can be found in specialty stores or through online platforms dealing in classic publications. Digital versions may also be available.