The June 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine is a versatile blend of entertainment, lifestyle, and news content.
The ‘Playboy Interview’ with Mac Neil/Lehrer sets the tone for this edition, offering a candid conversation with the well-known personalities.
‘Blue Truth’ is a poignant memoir by Cherokee Paul McDonald, accompanied by the ‘Funny Girls’ pictorial, with text by Donna Coe, celebrating humor and beauty.
The issue takes a serious turn with the article ‘The Corruption of Neil Bush’ by Steven Wilmsen, delving into political controversies.
Fashion enthusiasts will appreciate ‘Wave Riders’ by Hollis Wayne, while literature lovers will find ‘The Face of War’, a fiction piece by James Jones, gripping.
The Playmate of the Month feature presents ‘Going Dutch’, while ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ provide a dash of humor.
Food and drink enthusiasts will enjoy ‘Hey, Norm, What’s Brewing?’ by Michael Jackson and Jill Cox, and for a dose of celebrity profile, Jeff Coplon’s ‘Air Apparent’ offers insights into a prominent figure.
The ‘Playboy Collection’ section keeps readers abreast of aspects of modern living, and ‘Playmate of the Year’ offers an appealing pictorial.
Rounding out the issue is ‘Operation Playmate’, another enticing pictorial, and ’20 Questions: John Milius’, an engaging Q&A session with the renowned film director.
Playboy USA June 1991
English | 204 pages | PDF | 54 MB