Playboy May 1960 - A Cultural Mix of Entertainment, Fashion, and Nostalgia

Playboy May 1960

Playboy's May 1960 issue is a potpourri of culture, humor, style, and entertainment. “Trouble in Makeoutsville” adds intrigue and drama to the fiction section. For the nostalgics, "Requiem for Radio" pays homage to radio’s golden days. “That May-December Madness” is an article that delves into the complexities of relationships, while “The Life of Spice” tickles the taste buds of food lovers. Celebrate Mother’s Day with the special feature “Mother’s Day - Action”.

The humor in this issue is unmissable with “Playboy’s Party Jokes” and “Word Play” ensuring plenty of laughs. “The Cannes Film Festival” article takes readers on a glitzy journey to the famed French Riviera, making it a must-read for cinema lovers. The fashion-conscious will appreciate the stylish “Playboy’s Sports Car Jacket” and “Suddenly, This Summer” features, while car enthusiasts can take a ride with “The New Town Car - Modern Living”.

The Playmate of the Month, “Ginger Peachy”, adds a touch of glamour. For travel enthusiasts, “Playboy’s International Datebook” is packed with intriguing destinations. Lastly, “A Sense of Proportion” offers a ribald classic for those looking for a more audacious read.

This issue is perfect for those looking to indulge in a vibrant mix of culture, entertainment, and lifestyle.

Collectors and enthusiasts can find this issue in vintage magazine shops or through online platforms specializing in vintage publications. Digital versions may also be available.

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