Playboy March 1958 Issue - Boxing, Fashion, Music, Satire, and Pictorials

June 29, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy March 1958 Issue

The Playboy March 1958 issue kicks off with “The Distributor,” a gripping fiction piece. A pictorial titled “Presenting Michiko” adds a visual treat to the issue, followed by “Boxing 1958” which covers the sports section. “Verily, The Vest” sheds light on attire, while “Story Conference” offers humor.

“On The Scene” showcases personalities, and “Wheel of Fortune” keeps readers engaged with another fictional story. For the culinary aficionado, “O Rare Roast Beef” offers insight into food. Miss March graces the issue as Playboy’s Playmate of the Month. “Playboy’s Party Jokes” keep the humor section alive. “Music for People with Two Ears” covers modern living, and “The Best of Brigitte” is another alluring pictorial. “The Right Honorable Hide” explores accouterments, and “Silverstein in Moscow” is a captivating pictorial. “Hickory, Dickory, Kerouac” is a satirical piece, and the issue concludes with “The Poisonous Knight,” a ribald classic.

Collectors or enthusiasts can look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms. Digital versions might also be available.

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