Playboy Magazine, September 1978

Playboy, 1978

Playboy Magazine's September 1978 issue offers a wide variety of articles, interviews, and investigations.

Highlighting the issue is a detailed exploration of the state of drugs in 1978, featuring an updated version of the famous Playboy drug chart. The article provides an in-depth look at the various substances that can take individuals "up and down," giving readers a snapshot of the drug landscape of the time.

Renowned cartoonist Gahan Wilson takes readers on a journey to Dracula Country in an intriguing illustrated segment, while a thought-provoking article delves into the concept of what it means to be "good in bed."

The magazine turns the spotlight onto college girls from the West, featuring some of the most beautiful coeds, alongside college football predictions from the country's top forecaster.

An exclusive interview with Sylvester Stallone questions whether "Rocky" was a fluke, offering insights into Stallone's thoughts on the iconic movie and his career.

Finally, the issue delves into the complex relationship between Nixon, the CIA, and Aristotle Onassis, uncovering a world of spying and lying leading up to the infamous Watergate scandal.

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

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