Playboy September 1957 Issue - An Engaging Blend of Humor, Opinion, Sports, and Fashion

 Playboy September 1957 Issue

The September 1957 issue of Playboy Magazine offers an eclectic selection of entertaining content. The issue begins with the "Dear Playboy" section and "Playboy After Hours". The fiction piece "The Prince and the Gladiator" brings some action, while "Open Season on Guests" presents an opinionated stance.

"Frankie and Johnny" takes an entertainment angle, and "Get It in Writing" serves as an informative article. "The Gourmet Bit" touches on modern living, while "The Blooper Girls" brings humor. "County Fare" provides attire advice, and "Miss September" is introduced as Playboy's Playmate of the Month. The classic "Playboy's Party Jokes" returns with more humor. "A Matter of Life and Death" adds another dose of action, and "The Subdued Stripe" offers more fashion advice. The pictorial section showcases "Westerns Are Better Than Ever," and a ribald classic, "A Duck to Water," is featured. The issue ends with a sports preview, "Playboy's Pigskin Preview," a Hemingway pastiche, and "Playboy's International Datebook" for travel enthusiasts.

This issue, like others, may be available for purchase through vintage magazine retailers or online platforms. Digital versions may also be available for those interested in the content of historical Playboy issues.

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