Facing off with you this month is screen gem NASTASSIA KINSKI, displaying her wet
look. You remember Nastassia from Cat People. If you look closely, you'll see that
she has lately deserted her feline predilection. In fact, she's gone and sprouted
Rabbit ears. Famed femme photographer Helmut Newton's cover shot starkly documents the harey transformation. As for Kinski, we'd say she gives great face.
NASTASSIA KINSKI EXPOSED-pictorial. Helmut Newton is sometimes called the king of kink. Leather, dogs and big-shouldered women have all figured in his work. At a Los Angeles poolside location, we introduced him to a porcelain doll, to Kinski, the equally delicate star of the film Exposed, and to her director, James Toback. Result: an oddly erotic fantasy.
GDANSKINS AREN'T JUST FOR GDANSK-pictorial. When Poland's Communist Party issued a 1983 pinup calendar, we thought it might be a Polish joke. But, as you'll see, these are real party girls.
MEET THE MRS.-pictorial. Mrs. Oklahoma and Mrs. Georgia, both farmer contestants in the MRS. AMERICA Pageant, are a pair of living testimonials to the wondrous power of marriage.
LOVE AT FIRST BYTE-playboy's playmate of the month. When Salt Lake City computer specialist SUSIE SCOTT told us she just loves men to death, we decided to take a peek at her program. When you see her software in action, it will definitely give you some data to process.
PLAYBOY INTERVIEW: ANSEL ADAMS-candid conversation.
ANCIENT EVENINGS, PART IIII-fiction . . . NORMAN MAILER.
JIM PALMER VS. JIM PALMER-personality . . . TOM BOSWELL.
STAYING POWER-attire . . . DAVID PLATT. The Modern Jazz Quartet in the enduring harmony of classic ensembles.
20 QUESTIONS: CHARLTON HESTON. We ask the star of Planet of the Apes what he thinks about this planet.