The November 1996 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a blend of intriguing interviews, articles, pictorials, and other engaging content.
Leading the issue is the 'Playboy Interview', featuring a candid conversation with actor Liam Neeson. This is followed by 'Toxic Terror', an in-depth article on an undisclosed topic.
The magazine then turns its spotlight on Donna with a special pictorial 'Donna Does Baywatch, Days and Nights'. This is complemented by 'The Dark Snow', a compelling piece of fiction.
Fashion lovers will find 'A Knack for Knits' an interesting read. The issue's 'Playboy Gallery' presents a special showcase featuring Jayne Mansfield.
Continuing its series, 'Playboy's History of Jazz & Rock Part Ten: Everything Old is New Again' offers a fascinating perspective on music history.
The Playboy profile of the month features Ralph Reed in 'Smart as The Devil'. Following up, the issue introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month in 'How Swede it is'.
The popular 'Party Jokes' segment lightens the mood, followed by a fiction piece 'The Laws of Our Fathers'.
The 'Great Aston' section highlights cars while 'Playmate Revisited: Janet Pilgrim' takes a nostalgic turn.
'Ticket to Ride' focuses on snowmobiles, and 'It's The Election, Stupid!' offers a humorous take on politics. '20 Questions' features actor Chris O'Donnell.
The issue concludes with a pictorial 'Sex in Cinema 1996', reviewing the year's most notable cinematic sex scenes.