June 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 50s
The April 1955 issue of Playboy Magazine offers an assortment of engaging content for the discerning reader. The issue opens with "The Hunger", a riveting fiction piece by Charles Beaumont. Humor is aplenty with “The Faithful Servants” by George J.W. Goodman and “Playboy’s Party Jokes”. Readers get a visual treat through “Executive Flight”, a captivating pictorial, as well as “Worldly Wisdom” by Arv Miller. For the aspiring corporate moguls, there is “How to Play Company Politics” by Shepherd Mead, a satirical take on corporate life. Culinary enthusiasts can explore the world of seafood with “Consider the Crab” by Thomas Mario. Miss April makes a glamorous appearance as Playboy's Playmate of the Month. Classic fiction lovers can indulge in Ribald Classics by Guy de Maupassant. The issue also features “Drinking Companions” and “Naked Advertising” pictorials, a fiction piece “A Tithe for Charity” by Virgil Patch and P.G. Wodehouse, and a games section with “Cocktail Quiz” by Joseph C. Stacey. Additionally, Roger Price provides humor in “Modern Art as a Hobby”, and the issue rounds off with “Playboy’s Bazaar”, a handy buying guide.