Playboy's November 1980 issue offers a rich mix of in-depth interviews, insightful articles, captivating fiction, and eye-catching pictorials.
The issue kicks off with a candid conversation with Larry Hagman, the charismatic star of Dallas. Hagman discusses his eccentricities, fame, and teases about who shot J.R., captivating the reader's interest.
The issue further delves into the machinery of Washington with an insightful article by Nicholas Von Hoffman. It's a revealing read that challenges common perceptions about the power of the presidency.
On a lighter note, photographer David Chan presents a stunning pictorial of the most beautiful women in Washington, D.C., providing a visual treat for the readers.
Andy Stone's fiction contribution, "Rat Town Boogie," adds a dose of intrigue and amusement to the issue. The tale of an acid trip gone wrong is as unpredictable as it is engaging.
Additional features include an article on the world of professional athletes, a guide to men's colognes, and the best-looking winter outerwear, catering to a diverse range of readers' interests. The issue wraps up with a comprehensive review of sex in cinema in 1980, making it a must-read for film enthusiasts.
Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.