Playboy Magazine, March 1985

July 16, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 1985

Playboy's March 1985 issue comes packed with thought-provoking content, featuring an exclusive interview with the cast of the influential news magazine program "60 Minutes", interesting essays, fiction, pictorials, humor, modern living tips, and more.

The issue starts with a candid conversation in the Playboy Interview segment with the cast of "60 Minutes," offering readers exclusive insights into the minds of some of the most renowned journalists of the time.

The essay "What Else Do Women Want?" delves into the complexities of understanding the desires and aspirations of women, an interesting read for anyone who seeks to understand gender dynamics better.

This issue's pictorials feature "Ranger in Paradise" and "Understudies," capturing the beauty and allure of various models in evocative settings.

"Humor" is a recurrent theme in this issue, with segments like "The Repackaging of Carl Lewis," "Playboy's Party Jokes," and "Sex in the Comics" set to tickle your funny bone.

The "Modern Living" section explores the world of "High-End Hi-Fi", guiding readers through the nuances of high-quality audio equipment.

Stories like "Mother's Day" and "The Lonely Silver Rain" transport readers to different worlds through their engaging narratives.

Meet our "Playmate of the Month" in the segment titled "Cookin'", a celebration of beauty and charm.

Other highlights of this issue include the informative "Type Dirty to Me" article, interactive "20 Questions" with director Bob Giraldi, the delicious exploration of "The Midnight Special" in food, and the investment-oriented "Quarterly Reports: Dollars in the Sky."

The issue wraps up with "Playboy Guide: Wheels", "Bernard and Huey" satire, and "Playboy on the Scene," ensuring that there is something for everyone in this exciting edition.

This edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and at select vintage magazine stores.

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