Playboy Magazine November 1960 Issue - Acapulco Nights, Jazz Controversy, and Hollywood Nostalgia

June 30, 2023 in PlayBoy 60s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine November 1960 Issue

Playboy’s November 1960 issue is an enthralling combination of travel, intrigue, classic literature, and Hollywood history. The issue takes readers on a vivacious journey with "Playboy on the Town in Acapulco," revealing the glamour and excitement of the Mexican paradise.

“Dope Addiction and the Jazz Musician” is a hard-hitting, in-depth look at the controversial connection between drug addiction and jazz culture, illuminating a shadowy side of the music world. The imaginative "Girls for the Slime God" promises to stir up curiosity, while Edgar Allan Poe's gothic charm is reimagined through the creative lens of Gahan Wilson. Hollywood aficionados will be transported to yesteryears with “Hollywood Nostalgia by Ben Hecht,” an evocative piece recalling the golden era. This issue is ideal for those with a wanderlust spirit, an interest in jazz culture, a penchant for classic literature, and a love for Hollywood's golden days.

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.

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