Kicking off 1963, Playboy's January issue serves up an eclectic mix of content. It features the second installment of "The Playboy Philosophy", an editorial series by Hugh M. Hefner. In fiction, “The Golden Frog” and “The Glowworm” capture readers’ imaginations.
The February 1963 issue of Playboy is an exciting blend of interviews, music, politics, and humor. The issue features a candid interview with the legendary Frank Sinatra as he speaks his mind, offering readers an insight into the enigmatic personality of one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century.
Playboy's March 1963 issue is an eclectic mixture of intellectual discourse, literature, automobiles, and humor. The issue starts strong with a provocative interview with the influential philosopher Bertrand Russell, shedding light on his thoughts and perspectives.
In the April 1963 issue of Playboy, readers are invited to join the grand opening celebrations of the New York Playboy Club, one of the most iconic and glamorous spots of its time. The issue packs a punch for the fans of espionage with the beginning of a new James Bond novel by the masterful Ian Fleming.
The May 1963 issue of Playboy is a treasure trove of culture, entertainment, and satire. It takes the readers on a journey through the art of dancing with “A Short History of Dancing.” The issue brings to life the mischievous Femlin in an alluring pictorial, while Bond enthusiasts are treated with an exciting segment of Ian Fleming’s “On Her Majesty's Secret Service.”
Playboy's June 1963 issue features the beginning of Jules Feiffer's first novel, "Harry, The Rat with Women," enticing readers with its intriguing plot. Alongside, fans of James Bond are rewarded with the gripping conclusion of Ian Fleming's latest 007 adventure.
The July 1963 issue of Playboy invites readers to savor summer with a feature on rum in "Rum's The Word" and tips on “Small Boats For Fun Afloat.” The issue continues to enthrall with the ongoing novel “Harry, The Rat With Women.” For the aesthete, a "Summertime Idyl" presents Playboy's Playmate of the Month.
Playboy’s August 1963 issue captivates readers with a diverse content lineup. Part Nine of “The Playboy Philosophy” continues to shed light on the editorial’s standpoint. Delve into fiction with “Naked Nude,” “Car on the Mountain,” and “Four Fateful Fables for Today.”
Playboy’s September 1963 issue is rich with exclusive content. The centerpiece is an intimate interview with the legendary actor Richard Burton, conducted by Kenneth Tynan. William Iversen sheds light on the challenges of married men in "Love, Death and the Hubby Image."
Playboy’s October 1963 issue is an intriguing blend of politics, biography, music, and fashion. The highlight of the issue is an exclusive interview with Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, offering insights into his leadership and vision for India.
The Playboy Magazine issue of November 1963 encompasses a variety of engrossing topics. The issue presents a captivating pictorial featuring "The Girls of Canada", celebrating the beauty and charm of Canadian women. For outdoor enthusiasts, the magazine offers an insightful look into the US ski scene from coast to coast.