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Playboy Magazine / April 1971 - Homosexuality, Simone Hammerst, Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention Single Issue Magazine – April, 1971
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April 1971 PLAYMATE: Chris Cranston COVER: Simone Hammerst PICTORIALS: The Well Versed Lana Wood is a cameo by Natialie Wood's younger sister, Lana, with some of her poetry; Roger Vadim's Pretty Maidsfeatures Angie Dickinson, Joy Bang, Barbara Leigh, Joanna Cameron, Joyce Williams, INTERVIEW: Panel discussion on Homosexuality includes Irving Bieber, Dick Leitsch, Judd Marmor, Phyllis Lyon, Marya Manes, William Simon, Kenneth Tynan and others. FEATURES: Opinion by Jack Newfield, The Death of Liberalism; fiction by Paul Theroux, The Miss Malawi Contest; four pages of cartoons by Tomi Ungerer, Spring Rites; Jules Siegel explores ESP in Sixth Sense; F. P. Tullius reports on the encounters between the LA Philharmonic and Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention, in Zubin and the MothersSaul Braun profiles actor George C. Scott; full page Vargas Girl; Little Annie Fanny gets liberated. PAGES: 258
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As to the magazine, Playboy in the 60's and 70's was a lot more than naked women; some people actually did read the articles. ;-)
Zappa *and* Lana Wood! This issue is a real treasure trove!