Playboy November 1956 Issue - Fiction, Lifestyle, Entertainment, and Humor

June 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy November 1956 Issue

The November 1956 issue of Playboy includes a blend of fiction, articles, entertainment, and humor. "A Flourish of Strumpets" is one of the fiction pieces, while "The Abdicating Male" and "The Lock on the Barroom Door" are engaging articles. "The Lover of the Coral Glades" adds a touch of romance in fiction. Entertainment is present with "King Cole Cuts a Biscuit".

For food enthusiasts, “The Holiday Dinner” covers sumptuous meals. “Miss November” is presented as Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, accompanied by “Playboy’s Party Jokes” for laughs. The issue also includes “The Flip Side,” another fictional story, and “Safari So Good,” a travelogue for adventure lovers. “Love Can Be a Puzzling Thing” introduces readers to puzzles. The “Playboy’s Christmas Gallery of Gifts” segment offers gift ideas, and “The Braggart King” serves as a ribald classic. The issue also offers a Hemingway pastiche, satirical advice on selecting a second wife, and “Falconry: Who Needs It?” for a humorous take. “Playboy’s Bazaar” wraps it up with a buying guide.

Please note that the magazine is a vintage edition and might be available in PDF format or as collectibles

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