Playboy Magazine, November 1984

July 15, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 1984

November 1984's issue of Playboy promises a unique blend of stimulating content, striking visuals, and hilarious takes on a variety of topics.

The Playboy Interview section features a candid conversation with José Napoleón Duarte, an important political figure in Central American politics, providing an intimate look into his life and career.

"Citizen Hughes," an in-depth article, investigates the life and exploits of the enigmatic billionaire Howard Hughes. In contrast, "The Big Kill" examines the darker side of human nature and society.

The pictorial "Rare Hair" showcases captivating images that will appeal to Playboy's long-standing readers. The "Playmate on Patrol," a staple of the Playboy brand, continues to celebrate natural beauty.

"Veddy British, Veddy Brinkley" dives into the world of fashion and attire, featuring the elegant and distinctive style of renowned news anchor David Brinkley.

In terms of humor, "Parlous Parody" is a ribald classic sure to tickle your funny bone, while "Question: Can Humans Think?" presents a tongue-in-cheek contemplation of human intellect. "Veterans of the Sexual Revolution" brings further comedic insights to this issue.

Additional features include the refreshing "Those Unstoppable Cordials" drink guide, the informative modern living guide "Estates' Rights", and the anticipated "1985 Playboy Music Poll", a comprehensive roundup of the year's best in music.

The issue is rounded off with "20 Questions: Leigh Steinberg" and "Sex in Cinema-1984", a review of the year's most memorable on-screen romantic and sensual moments.

The November 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine is available for purchase on various online platforms and at select vintage magazine stores.

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