Playboy Magazine, September 1977

July 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, September 1977

The September 1977 issue of Playboy Magazine brings a fascinating mix of thought-provoking interviews, intriguing articles, and captivating pictorials.

Leading the lineup is the Playboy Sex Poll conducted by Howard Smith and Brian Van Der Horst. The results of this survey, which asked both men and women the age-old question, "Does size make a difference?" offer interesting insights into the perspectives of readers on this delicate topic.

In an exclusive interview, James Earl Ray, the man convicted of assassinating Martin Luther King Jr., provides his own version of the events. In a first-ever public account, Ray talks about his audacious escape, adding a fresh perspective to this infamous episode in American history.

In the humor column, Art Buchwald presents a witty narrative titled "Down the Seine and Up the Potomac," offering readers a humorous look at the power dynamics of post-World War Two America.

Adding to the diverse range of articles is a feature on "Pyramid Power" by John Hughes. This piece explores the purported mystical capabilities of the ancient shape, including its ability to sharpen razor blades, cure impotence, and more. The issue even includes a DIY model for readers to conduct their own tests.

A pictorial feature titled "Playmate's Progress" showcases the beautiful Jean Manson, proving that talent and beauty can coexist. Manson, known for her singing career, has climbed to the top of European record charts with three hit singles, demonstrating that a Playmate's journey can extend far beyond the pages of Playboy.

The September 1977 issue of Playboy offers a blend of titillating content, exclusive interviews, and insightful articles.

Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.

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