The September 1968 issue of Playboy Magazine features a variety of stimulating content. For the sports enthusiasts, it kicks off with a “Pigskin Preview” taking a look at the upcoming football season.
The issue also presents a 10-page pictorial focusing on “The Girls of Funny Girl”, possibly providing an inside look into the making of the popular musical comedy. A highlight of this issue is an exclusive interview with Stanley Kubrick, one of the most influential film directors and screenwriters. The magazine further explores “Campus Sex: Where The Action Is and Isn't” possibly investigating the sexual revolution on college campuses. In addition, Nat Hentoff covers “The War on Dissent”, which could shed light on the political tensions of the time. Contributions from J. Paul Getty, Richard Armour, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. also grace the pages of this issue.
Collectors or readers interested in this issue can explore vintage magazine stores, online auctions, or specialized websites for classic publications. Digital formats may also be available for those seeking easier access.