November's 1981 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers captivating interviews, thought-provoking articles, and intriguing pictorials.
The highlight of this edition is an exclusive feature on Vikki La Motta. Known for being the ex-wife of famed boxer Jake LaMotta and portrayed in the movie "Raging Bull," Vikki, at 51, is celebrated in a pictorial that proves age is just a number when it comes to allure and appeal.
In an ironic twist, the renowned interviewer Oriana Fallaci becomes the subject of an interview herself. Famous for her unyielding interrogations of world leaders and public figures, Fallaci experiences the other side of the conversation, making for an interesting role reversal and an engaging read.
Rounding out this issue's main features is an article by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam, questioning the financial future of the National Basketball Association. A crucial question of "Will big bucks break the N.B.A.?" serves as the foundation of this piece, diving deep into the economics of professional basketball during the 80s.
With a blend of compelling content, the November 1981 issue of Playboy offers its readers an engaging delve into lifestyle, culture, and sports. This vintage magazine is a fascinating read for enthusiasts and collectors, available in specialty magazine stores or online platforms for old magazines.