Playboy’s April 1995 issue offers a variety of stimulating content, starting with a candid conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet in the ‘Playboy Interview’.
A compelling article ‘Why Men Die Young’ delves into the health concerns unique to men. The issue’s pictorials include ‘The Doctor Is In’, showcasing a stunning model in a medical-themed photo shoot, and ‘Girls of Hawaiian Tropic’, a sunny celebration of beauty.
The fiction piece ‘Pickpocket’ provides a gripping tale, while ‘Spring and Summer Forecast’ brings in the season’s latest fashion trends. On a lighter note, ‘Leslie Nielsen’s Stupid Little Golf Book’ shares the actor’s humorous perspective on golf.
The issue continues with ‘Perchance to Dream’, a showcase of the month’s Playmate, and ‘Party Jokes’ to tickle readers’ funny bones. The profile ‘Court Magic’ offers an intriguing look at a prominent figure in the basketball world.
‘Dealer’s Choice’, another captivating fiction piece, keeps the readers hooked. Playboy continues its exploration of music history with ‘Playboy’s History of Jazz & Rock, Part Seven: Hope I Die Before I Get Old’.
In ‘Pocket Additions’, readers are presented with the latest in modern living accessories. The ’20 Questions’ section features the talented actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Covergirl Shana Hiatt (Nude) photographed by Arny Freytag
Playmate of the Month is Danelle Folta photographed by Richard Fegley
The Girls Of Hawaiian Tropic: Beautiful Bronze Bombshells
Leslie Nielsen’s Outrageous Guide To Golf
20 Questions With Pulp Fiction’s Sizzling Samuel Jackson
Youn Can Live Longer: Betty Friedan Tells How
Playboy USA April 1995
English | 168 pages | PDF | 50 MB