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Frequently Asked Questions about Playboy Enterprises, Inc. Maintained by Robert Story (rstory@revelstone.com) -------------------------------------------------------------------- $Id: pei.faq,v 1.9 1995/06/25 01:04:16 rstory Exp rstory $ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff and all that jazz: This FAQ is not associated with The Playboy Mailing List or Playboy Enterprises, Inc. Guarantees cannot be made for the accuracy of any of the information in this document. If you wish to flame me for my lack of knowledge, please do so only if you can also provide me with the correct information. Send updates to rstory@revelstone.com with a subject of "FAQ update". I have tried not to influence the information in this document with my own opinions (except where noted), but I can't guarantee that I've been entirely successful. This FAQ, as a collection of information, is Copyright (c) 1994 by Robert Story <rstory@revelstone.com>. Distribution through any means other than regular Usenet channels must be by permission. The removal of this copyright notice is forbidden. This FAQ is posted to alt.mag.playboy, alt.answers and news.answers. It is also sent to the Playboy Mailing List FTP site, which can be found at <ftp://ftp.lovesexy.com/pub/pei/pei.faq>. As with all FAQs posted to news.answers, it is archived by MIT. <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/playboy-faq> For information on how to FTP, send mail to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with the following line in the body of the message: send usenet/news.answers/finding-sources This FAQ is also available via http (plain text, nothing fancy) at <http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/ playboy-faq/faq.html> To get this FAQ via e-mail, send e-mail to archive@lovesexy.com containing the following line in the body : archive get pei/pei.faq -------------------------------------------------------------------- Additions since the last edition are marked with a '+'. Changes since the last edition are marked with a '*'. Table of Contents ================= Introduction ------------ - About this FAQ * About the Playboy Mailing List - About alt.mag.playboy - About the Playboy Collectors Association - About Playboy Magazine and Playboy Enterprises, Inc. * About the Playboy World Wide Web Site Questions about Playboy ----------------------- - Is Playboy obscene/pornography? - Are there databases of [playmates/articles/books/videos]? - I heard Playboy wasn't Hefner's first choice as a name. What was? - When was the first issue of Playboy published? - Why can't I find the March 1955 issue of Playboy? * How much is the [month year] issue of Playboy worth? - What are those stars on the cover inside or next to the 'P' in Playboy? - Where can I get other Playboy products? - How can I change my subscription address? - Where should I send letters to Playboy? + Where should I send email to Playboy? - What to do when you don't receive an issue * What countries have their own editions of Playboy? * What cities had Playboy Clubs and/or Hotel/Casinos? - Wasn't there a Playboy TV/radio show? Questions about Hugh Hefner --------------------------- - How old is Hugh Hefner? - Is he really a genius? - Who are some of his romantic interests? * Does he have any kids? - Does he really have an animal species named after him? + Where does he live? Questions about Playmates ------------------------- - Was [person] ever a Playmate of the Month? + Do you have any statistics on Playmates? - How can I write my favorite Playmate? - How much do the Playmates get paid to pose? - Who was the first Playmate of the Month? - How has the centerfold evolved over the years? - Who was the first Playmate of the Year? - Who was the first African-American Playmate of the Month? - Who was the first Asian-American Playmate of the Month? - Who was the first Foreign Playmate of the Month? - Who was the first Playmate to show pubic hair? - Who was the first double sided Playmate of the Month? - Who was the last Playmate of the Month in a stapled issue? - Who was the first Playmate of the Month in a glued issue? - Who was the first Playmate with a Data Sheet? - Who was the first Playmate to sign her centerfold? - Who was the youngest Playmate of the Month? * Who was the oldest Playmate of the Month? * Who was the last anonymous Playmate? - Who are the Anniversary Playmates? - Who has the most apperances on the cover of Playboy? - How many Playmates have been Playmate of the Month multiple times? - How many times have there been two Playmates of the Month? - How many times have there been twins as Playmates of the Month? * How many times have sisters or twins independently been Playmates of the Month? - How many Playmates have had daughters who were also Playmates? - How many Playmates have appeared in movies or on television? - How many Playmates have had the same name? * How many Playmates have appeared with multiple or fake names? * How many Playmates were married when they posed for Playboy? - How many Playmates are deceased? Miscelaneous Questions ---------------------- * How many times have men appeared on the cover of Playboy? - Who was the first male to show full frontal nudity in Playboy? - Who was the oldest woman to appear in a Playboy Pictorial? - What are some non-Playmate related firsts? - Who designed the Playboy Bunny? - Hasn't <famous person> been in Playboy? - Where can I get back issues of Playboy? Storage Issues -------------- - How should I store my back-issues of Playboy? * I can't find bags/backing boards locally. Where can I get them? - I've found a source for bags/backing boards. What size do I need? Appendix A ---------- - Contacting Foreign Editions of Playboy Appendix B - Dealers -------------------- - Mail Order - California - Colorado - Georgia - Illinois - Kentucky - Maryland - Michigan - Missouri - Ohio - Virginia - Washington Appendix C - Reputable Mail Order Dealers ----------------------------------------- - Ken Ritchie - Ohio Book Store - Everybody's Magazines References/Credits --------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction ------------ - About this FAQ This FAQ came into being in April 1994, shortly after the debut of the Playboy mailing list in February 1994. This is about the time I decided to become a 'serious' collector, and started searching for older issues. I started collecting the questions and answers on the mailing list, then added more information gathered primarily from the 40th and 35th anniversary issues. Most of the information from the anniversary issues falls into the 'interesting fact' category, rather than the 'frequently asked questions' category. If you know of an interesting fact that is not included, please let me know. If it is of general interest, I'll include it (ie the first Irish born Playmate with gray eyes who was over 5' 6" tall and loved dogs is a little bit too specific). * About the Playboy Mailing List Contact: playboy-request@lovesexy.com (Peggy Wilkins) Purpose: Whether you're a collector, a fan, or just a casual reader, the Playboy Mailing List offers much to the man or woman who reads Playboy. As a discussion list concerning itself with Playboy Magazine and Playboy Enterprises, Inc., virtually any related topic is appropriate, including, but not limited to: collecting info, trade/sale/wanted posts, PEI business news, Hef sightings, product reviews (any media), critical review & analysis, intelligent appreciation and examination of the Playboy lifestyle, and of course news about all your favorite Playmates. ;) To subscribe, send an email message to playboy-request@lovesexy.com with the word "subscribe" in the Subject: field of your message. NOTE : At Playboy's request, the Playboy Mailing List FTP site no longer contains copies of images from the Playboy Web Page. For more information, you could also check out the PML Web site, at : <http://www.lovesexy.com/pei/> - About alt.mag.playboy alt.mag.playboy is a USENET newsgroup dedicated to the discussion of Playboy Magazine. I'm not sure who created it, so I can't say too much about it. It is an completely umoderated group, so the messages are often less sophisticated that those on the mailing list. Recently it has become a very popular place to find adds for Playboy back issues for sale, or wanted. - About the Playboy Collectors Association. I only just recently discovered the Playboy Collectors Association. It was started in 1987 by Tom Bonner. The main purpose of the PCA is to help promote the hobby and give information to collectors on buying and selling Playboy Memorabilia. Anyone having questions on selling their early issues or Playboy Memorabilia can write PCA with a self-addressed envelope. PCA will help try to find a buyer, either through other collectors or other dealers. Playboy Memorabilia includes items from the catalogs, clubs or casinos and magazines from 1953 through 1955. Information on joining the Playboy Collectors Association, receiving the PCA newsletter, and buying other guides can be obtained by also sending a self addressed envelope to : : Tom Bonner : PO Box 653 : Phillipsburg, MO 65722-0653 - About Playboy Magazine and Playboy Enterprises, Inc. Playboy Magazine was founded by Hugh Hefner. The first issue was published in November of 1953. The issue had no date on it, as Mr. Hefner was unsure if there would ever be a second issue. Luckily there was. It is now a monthly publication from Playboy Enterprises, Inc. It is self-billed as "Entertainment for Men" and features articles on a wide variety of issues; reviews of movies, books, music, cars, sports and new gadgets; interesting and in-depth interviews; and last, but not least, pictorials of beautiful women. Eventually, Playboy branched out and published books, videos, special pictorial issues, and more recently, designer apparel. * About the Playboy World Wide Web Site The Playboy home page contains excerpts from the Dear Playboy, Movie Reviews, Book Reviews, Playboy Advisor and miscellaneous quotes from the various other articles and features. It also contains the full text of selected Playboy interviews, which change periodically. Starting with the December 1994 Playmate Elisa Bridges, each Playmate has a page dedicated to her. These pages ususally contain a blurb about the Playmate, an inline, rated PG-13 JPEG, and a link for downloading an unpublished nude JPEG of the Playmate. Some pages also include digitized signatures and sound clips. And finally, there are links to The Playboy Catalog and a page describing the various Playboy email addresses. The Playboy Home Page can be found at <http://www.playboy.com>. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Questions about Playboy ----------------------- - Is Playboy obscene/pornography? Oh no you don't. I'm not even gonna touch that one. Obscenity and pornography are both subjective labels, and each person must make that decision for themselves. If it could be determined objectively, you wouldn't be asking me. - Are there databases of [playmates/articles/books/videos]? If you have the money to spend, Bob Chatham and Paul Hugli maintain the "Destiny Reference Guide." Volume 1 covers Playboy magazine from December 1953 through June 1992, including Playmates, Pictorials, Articles and Interviews. Volume 2 covers Centerfolds and models appearances in calendars, videos, specials, movies and television programs. They are both printed on 8.5"x11" paper with plastic spiral binding. They are also available in database form. Both volumes are available from Ken Ritchie (see Apendix B) : Volume 1 is $25, Volume 2 is $20. The database is $250, and is only available directly from : : Paul Hugli : 9440 Nichols : Bellflower, CA 90706 If you are interested in an electronic version, but do not have the $250 for the Destiny Reference, you can try the mailing list FTP site. Several people on the mailing list are trying to create various databases, but they are all still very incomplete. A list of available files is at : <ftp://ftp.lovesexy.com/pub/pei/databases/01-index> - I heard Playboy wasn't Hefner's first choice as a name. What was? Hefner originally intended the magazine to be called "Stag Party" but switched to Playboy when Stag Magazine threatened legal action. - When was the first issue of Playboy published? The first issue was published in December 1953, although the issue had no date. - Why can't I find the March 1955 issue of Playboy? Because there isn't one. Playboy was not able to meet the publishing deadline for the March issue, so they published the late March issue as the April issue and have continued to publish issues a month early every since then. * How much is the (month year) issue of Playboy worth? That depends on the issue and the condition of the magazine. A copy of the first issue can run as high as $8,000 (near mint condition) or as low as $500 (fair/poor condition). Appendix C of this FAQ contains a list of reputable dealers and their Price lists. These lists can give you an idea of how much you would pay for a particular issue. Of course, don't expect to be able to sell an issue for the listed price, especially issues from after the 1960s. There are several book and guides available. The most up to date is "Playboy Magazine Price Guide and Checklist" from the Playboy Collectors Association. This simple guide is obviously not done by a professional publisher, but is nonetheless the most current and complete guide. It contains thumb-nail photos of each centerfold (black and white photocopied) from December 1953 through December 1976 and each cover from December 1953 through December 1963. It lists the price of each issues in Fine, Very Good and Good condition. It is $8.95 and is available from Ken Ritchie (see appendix C) or directly from PCA : : Playboy Collector Association : PO Box 653 : Phillipsburg, MO 65722-0653 "The Playboy Collectors Guide and Price List 6th edition" Published and distributed by Budget Enterprises P.O. Box 592, Snowdon Station, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3X 3T7. This is a professionally done paperback book, 383 pages long. It is a comprehensive guide specifically for Playboy collectors. It also contains black and white thumb-nail photos of each cover, and lists the feature articles, pictorial and interviews for every issue from December 1953 through December 1983. This would be invaluable if it were more up to date. As a guide to collecting, though, it has no equal. The Collectors Guide and Price List is available from Ken Ritche (see Appendix C) for $9. - What are those stars on the cover inside or next to the 'P' in the Playboy? Popular rumor was that the number of stars represented either the number of times Hugh Hefner had slept with the Playmate of the Month, or his rating of how good she was in bed. Officially, however, the start represent the advertising region for that magazine. If you find the same issue with a different number of stars, you will notice that some of the advertisements are different. There were 13 regions, including Chicago Metropolitan, New York Metropolitan, Southern California, Northern California, Central, Eastern, Western, Southeastern, Southwestern, Canada, International, United Kingdom and Military. The last issue with the stars was September 1979 - Where can I get Playboy products? Contact Playboy at 1-800-423-9494 and request a current copy of their catalog. They only sell Playboy Products inside the U.S., their territories and Canada, supposedly because of too many problems with customs, duty, etc. For memorabilia (stuff advertised in older issues), try Ken Ritchie (see Appenix C). - How can I change my subscription address? You may be able to do it over the phone, at the customer service number below, but I've never tried it. The cover on each issues says to cut out your current mailing label and return it, along with your new address, to : : Playboy Enterprises, Inc. : PO Box 2007 : Harlan, Iowa 51593-0222 : 1-800-999-4438 (Customer Service, 9am-7pm Eastern) - Where should I send letters to Playboy? To write Playboy Forum : : The Playboy Forum Reader Response : Playboy : 680 North Lake Shore Drive : Chicago, Illinois 60611 : Fax (312) 951-2939 To write Dear Playboy : Dear Playboy : Playboy : 680 North Lake Shore Drive : Chicago, Illinois 60611 : Fax (312) 649-9534 To write the Playboy Advisor (include SASE): : The Playboy Advisor : Playboy : 680 North Lake Shore Drive : Chicago, Illinois 60611 To change you subscription address : : Playboy Enterprises, Inc. : PO Box 2007 : Harlan, Iowa 51593-0222 + Where should I send email to Playboy? ADVISOR@PLAYBOY.COM - THE PLAYBOY ADVISOR Welcome to the Playboy Advisor. All reasonable questions -- from fashion, food and drink, stereos and sports cars to dating problems, taste and etiquette -- will be personally answered. We will print the most provocative, pertinent queries. We do not publish e-mail addresses in the Advisor. MACTECH@PLAYBOY.COM - MACINTOSH GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Welcome to Playboy's Graphics Technology Department, where the future is our horizon. We represent the Macintosh-based segment of Playboy Enterprises, so if you have a new software product you think we might be interested in, or hardware we just can't live without, don't hesitate to send us e-mail. We are always searching for ways to do it newer, better, faster. Share your ideas with us. DEARPB@PLAYBOY.COM - DEAR PLAYBOY Welcome to Dear Playboy. Please send e-mail messages to this address if you are commenting on an article, pictorial, column or other section of the magazine. We may print your e-mail message. If we do, we'll also publish your e-mail address unless you request that we withhold that information. With your e-mail address, we also print your city and state. Please include that information in your message. If you don't want us to publish your message, please let us know. EDIT@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY EDITORIAL Welcome to Playboy Editorial. E-mail messages that don't seem to fit any of our other addresses can be sent to Playboy Editorial. You can send change of address information (be sure to include your old and new addresses and your subscriber number if you know it), joke submissions, questions about our future plans and our presence on the Net, inquiries about back issues and foreign subscriptions and just about anything else you can think of. FORUM@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY FORUM Forum - Welcome to The Playboy Forum. If you are concerned about the right to free speech, freedom from censorship, government or gun control, you're in the right place. Please send opinions, related information or responses to articles that have appeared in the Forum to this address. We will publish your e-mail address unless you request that we withhold that information. With your e-mail address, we also print your city and state. Please include that information in your message. If you don't want us to publish your message, please let us know. MDRNLVNG@PLAYBOY.COM - MODERN LIVING Welcome to Modern Living, the department that covers the material stuff men love. Monthly columns include Style (for a look at fashion and grooming trends); Wired (for updates on emerging technology); On the Scene (for new products) and Potpourri (for unusual novelty items, gifts and travel opportunities). The Modern Living editors also are responsible for automotive and electronic features as well as articles related to food and drink, fitness and grooming, travel, fashion and hot new consumer products. Please e-mail your suggestions or information you think we should know about. NEWSTAND@PLAYBOY.COM - NEWSSTAND SPECIALS Welcome to the department that brings you Playboy's Book of Lingerie and other publications featuring glamorous women from the pages of Playboy. Please direct your e-mail to this address if you need information about up coming issues, have comments on past magazines or would like to send a message to one of our models. Guidelines regarding photo submissions and the requirements for modeling will be sent by request. PHOTO@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY'S PHOTO DEPARTMENT Welcome to Playboy's Photo Department. Please direct your e-mail to this address if it pertains to the magazine's photography or Playmates. We will forward letters to Playmates (be sure to include your street address so they can respond). We don't know of any Playmates who are as of yet on the Net. We'll even send you guidelines if you are interested in being a Playmate or know someone who is. PHOTOLIB@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY'S PHOTO LIBRARY Welcome to Playboy's Photo Library. Questions relating to the magazine's photography or Playmates should be directed to Photo. Questions relating to our photographic holdings, or technical questions related to archival practices, should be sent to this address. RESEARCH@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY'S RESEARCH/COPY DEPARTMENT Welcome to Playboy's Research/Copy Department. Send e-mail here if you are providing source material or other research assistance. WEBPAGE@PLAYBOY.COM - PLAYBOY'S WEBPAGE Welcome to Playboy's webpage. Send your comments and suggestions about our webpage/mosaic site here. Email which does not fit one of the above categories should be sent to edit@playboy.com, or you can call their customer service number and ask them where to send your letter : 1-800-999-4438. - What to do when you don't receive an issue If you simply must have the issue immediately, buy it at the store. While it is unusual for an issue to hit the newsstand before you get your subscription copy, it does happen. The issue isn't considered late until after the 9th of the month. So if you don't have the June issue by May 9th, contact Playboy Customer Service at the number above. * What countries have their own editions of Playboy? The following countries have (or had) their own local editions of Playboy : : Japan, since July 1975 : Germany, since August 1972 : Italy, since November 1972 : France, since November 1973 : Brazil, since August 1975 : Mexico, since November 1976 (price in peso & dollars) : Spain, since November 1978 (price in peso only) : Australia, since February 1979 : Netherlands, since May 1983 : Greece, since March 1985 : Argentina, since June 1985 : Turkey, December 1985 - December 1994 : Hong Kong, August 1986 - October 1993 : Hungary, November 1989 - July 1993 : Taiwan, April 1990 - December 1993 : Czechoslovakia, since May 1991 : Poland, since December 1992 : South Africa, since December 1993 If you wish to subscribe to a foreign edition, see Appendix A for a list of addresses for foreign offices. * What cities had Playboy Clubs and/or Hotel/Casinos? The first Playboy Club (in Chicago) opened February 29, 1960. Other clubs included : Chicago, Miami, New Orleans, St. Louis, New York, Phoenix, Detroit, Manila, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Francisco, Ocho Rios Jamaica, Boston, London, Montreal, Denver, Lake Geneva Wisconson, Great Gorge NJ, Clermont UK, Portsmouth UK, Manchester UK, Tokyo, Dallas, Osaka Japan, Bahamas, Nagoya Japan, Sapporo Japan, Atlantic City, Buffalo, St. Petersburg, San Diego, Lansing, Colombus OH, Des Moines. - Wasn't there a Playboy TV/radio show? Yes, Playboy's Penthouse (TV) was first broadcast on October 24, 1959, and lasted for two seasons. Playboy Table Talk (radio) was broadcast in Chicago on WCFL in 1964. Playboy After Dark ran in 1969. There was a radio show called The Playboy Advisor on Westwood in the seventies. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Questions about Hugh Hefner --------------------------- - How old is Hugh Hefner? That depends on what today is. He was born on April 9, 1926 so that would make him 69 as of this version of the FAQ. - Is he really a genius? My dictionary defines a genius as "a person having extraordinaryily high intelligence, esp. one with an I.Q. of 140 or above." So if the Playboy press releases stating he has an I.Q. of 152 are correct, then yes, he is a genius. - Who are some of his romantic interests? In June 1949, before he started Playboy, he married a classmate from Northwestern University, Mildred Williams. They were married for 10 years. The Playboy Book lists several women as 'interests,' 'important' or some such description, including Joyce Nizzari, Barbi Benton, Karen Christy, Donna Michelle and Sondra Theodore. Carrie Leigh sued him for palimony in 1988, after their four year relationship went sour (she eventually dropped the lawsuit). On July 1, 1989, he married Kimberly Conrad at the Playboy Mansion West. She appeared in a special pictorila as the "Playmate for a Lifetime." * Does he have any kids? Yes, he has several. His first marriage (to Mildred Williams) produced a daughter, Christie (born in 1952), and son, David (born in 1955). His second marriage (to Kimberly Conrad) has (so far!) produced two sons, Marston (born in 1990) and Cooper (born in 1991). Around 1984, he accepted a young man named Mark as his son, based on the mother and the birthday of the boy. However, later tests proved that Mark was not his son. - Hasn't he been arrested a couple of times? He was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor for the January 1958 pictorial of Elizabeth Ann Roberts, who was not yet 18 when she posed for Playboy. The charges were later dropped. He was arrested for obscenity for the June 1963 pictorial "The Nudest Jayne Mansfield." The trial ended with a hung jury. - Does he really have an animal species named after him? Yes, there is a species of endangered marsh rabbits named Sylvilagus palustris hefneri. + Where does he live? The original Playboy Mansion, which has been converted into condos, was at 1340 N. State Street. I'm looking for info on where he lives now, and other past homes. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Questions about Playmates ------------------------- - Was <person> ever a Playmate of the Month? The PML ftp site has a file containing the names and available statistics on all Playmates through August, 1994. : <ftp://ftp.lovesexy.com/pub/pei/databases/pmstats.txt> - How can I write my favorite Playmate? Send you letter (remember to include a return address) to : : <Playmate Name> <Playmate Name> : Miss <month> <year> Miss <month> <year> : c/o Playboy Photo Dpt. c/o Playmate Promotions : 680 N. Lake Shore Drive 9242 Beverly Bouldvard : Chicago, IL 60611 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Also, email sent to photo@playboy.com will be printed and forwarded to the apropriate Playmate (no e-mail responses, so you still need to include a snail-mail return address). + Do you have any statistics on Playmates? Sure do, complements of Mark Tomolson. Thanks, Mark! BY THE NUMBERS - through Stacy Sanches, March 1995 Two things to keep in mind: 1) Not all Playmates before the data sheets started with Sondra Theodore in July, 1977 had their measurements published. The figures represent those who did, and are limited to U.S. Playmates. 2) Read the beginning of the human measurements section in the Guiness Book of World Records about the accuracy of human dimensional claims when there is a buck to be made. WEIGHT Lightest Playmate: 94 pounds - Shannon Long, October 1988 Heaviest Playmate: 140 pounds - Anna Nicole Smith, May 1992 Most common weight: 110 pounds Average weight: 113 pounds HEIGHT Shortest Playmate: 59 inches (4'11") : Sue WIlliams, April 1965 : Karla Conway, April 1966 Tallest Playmate: 73 inches (6'1") - Susan Miller, September 1972 Most common height: 67 inches (5'7") Avereage height: 66.2 inches (5'6.2") BUST Smallest bust measurement: 32" : Karen Elaine Morton, July 1978 : Anne-Marie Fox, February 1982 : Anna Clark, April 1987 (32 D) : Sharry Konopski, August 1987 (32 DD) : Jennifer LaVoie, August, 1993 (32 D) : Maria Checa, August 1994 (32 C) Largest bust measurement: 41" - Rosemarie Hillcrest, October 1964 Most common bust measurement: 36" Average bust measurement: 35.6" CUP SIZE While many before and every Playmate since July 1977 has had her measurements published, publishing the cup size has been much more random (only 36 times), and the data are less representative. For example, although there have been Playmates who appear to be less than a B cup, no cup size less than a B has been listed. Smallest cup: B (see above) Largest cup: DD Most common cup: C WAIST Smallest waist: 18 inches - Michelle Winters, September 1962 Largest waist: 27 inches - Saskia Linssen, June 1991 Most common waist measurement: 24 inches Average waist measurement: 23.2 inches HIPS Smallest hips: 32 inches -(17 Playmates) Largest Hips: 39 inches - Unne Terjesen, July 1962 Most common hip measurement: 34 inches Average hip measurement: 34.7 inches - How much do the Playmates get paid to pose? Playmates get $20,000, the Playmate of the Year gets $100,000. Don't quote me on the rest, but someone told me that for non Playmate pictorials, girls selected to pose clothed get $100; semi-clothed brings $250; and nude is $500. - Who was the first Playmate of the Month? The first centerfold was Marilyn Monroe, but she was called the "Sweetheart of the Month." The first centerfold to actually be called the Playmate of the Month was Margie Harrison, in the January 1954 issue. - How has the centerfold evolved over the years? The first two centerfolds were only single page photographs. The third issue, February 1954, was the first two-page centerfold. The famous three page fold out centerfold made it's first appearance in in the March 1956 issue (with Marian Stafford). In October 1985, the physical format of the magazine changed; instead of being held together by staples, the magazine was produced with the 'perfect' or flat binding. So now the centerfold is attached to the magazine at top of the centerfold, instead of stapled in the first fold. Thus if the magazine was closed with the centerfold unfolded, two pages would stick out, instead of one. - Who was the first Playmate of the Year? The first official Playmate of the Year was Ellen Stratton, the 1960 Playmate of the Year and the December 1959 Playmate of the Month. - Who was the first African-American Playmate of the Month? The first African-American selected as a Playmate of the Month was Jennifer Jackson. She appeared in the March 1965 issue. - Who was the first Asian-American Playmate of the Month? Not sure on this one; may have been China Lee in 1964. - Who was the first Foreign Playmate of the Month? ? Not sure on this one, either. The best I can guess at the moment is Elsa Sorensen (September 1956). I just remembered that they titled her pictorial "Danish Pastry" -- and she was from Denmark. - Who was the first Playmate to show pubic hair? The very first appearance of pubic hair was in the August 1969 issue, by Paula Kelly. However, the first Playmate to show pubic hair was Liv Lindeland. She appeared in the January 1971 issue. She was also the Playmate of the Year. - Who was the first double sided Playmate of the Month? The first (and only) double sided Playmate of the Month was Nancy Cameron. She appeared in the January 1974 issue. - Who was the last Playmate of the Month in a stapled issue? The last Playmate of the Month to appear in a stapled issue was Venice Kong. She appeared in the September 1985 issue. - Who was the first Playmate of the Month in a glued issue? The first Playmate of the Month to appear in a glued issue was Cynthia Brimhall. She appeared in the October 1985 issue. - Who was the first Playmate with a Data Sheet? The first first Playmate to appear with a Data Sheet was Sondra Theodore. She appeared in the July 1977 issue. - Who was the first Playmate to sign her centerfold? The first Playmate to sign her center fold was Jill De Vries. She appeared in the October 1975 issue. - Who was the youngest Playmate of the Month? The legal age limit is, of course 18. However, supposedly Elizabeth Ann Roberts, who appeared in the January 1958 issue, was only 16 at the time. Her mother accompanied her to her photo session, and claimed that she was 18. She was also attending college at the time. Both Playboy and Miss Roberts' mother were charged with something like contributing to the delinquency of a minor, but charges were later dropped. The German edition has had at least two Playmates who were under the age of 18. One was Ursula Buchfellner who appeared in Germany's December 1977 issue. She was 16 at the time. She later appeared in American October 1979 issue. Joyce Nizzari and Penny Baker, who appeared in the December 1958 and January 1984 issues, were both 18 years old when they posed. Also, a member of the list claims knowledge of another underage appearance, but will not disclose his source or the Playmate. * Who was the oldest Playmate of the Month? The oldest Playmate of the Month was Cindy Brooks, who appeared in the April 1985 issue, was 33 years and 5 months old at the time. Others 30+ playmates include : : Julianna Young (November 1993) 33 years, 2 months : Kathleen Ann Shower (May 1985) 32 years, 2 months : Susie Diane Owens (March 1988) 31 years, 10 months : Bettie Page (January 1955) 31 years, 9 months : Arlene Baxter (December 1993) 31 years, 1 month : Janis Schmitt (February 1978) 30 years, 11 months : Eloise Broady (April 1988) 30 years, 11 months * Who was the last anonymous Playmate? The first centerfolds for Playboy were not actually taken by Playboy photographers. Playboy purchased nude photographs from calendar pinup photographers (notably Baumgarten Calendar Company, which supplied the famous Marilyn Monroe picture). The first Playmate to pose for Playboy directly was Eve Meyer, for the June 1955 issue. The last anonymous Playmate was Lynn Turner, in the January 1956 issue. - Who are the Anniversary Playmates? 5th, December 1958, Joyce Nizzari 10th, December 63, Donna Michelle 15th, January 69, Leslie Bianchini 20th, January 74, Nancy Cameron (the famous double sided centerfold) 25th, January 1979, Candy Loving 30th, January 1984, Penny Baker 35th, January 1989, Fawna Maclaren 40th, January 1994, Anna-Marie Goddard - Who has the most apperances on the cover of Playboy? Well, besides the rabbit that appears on every cover, I'm not sure. Femlin has appeared on 8 covers and Cynthia Maddox (who was Playboy's Assistant Cartoon Editor) and Lillian Muller have been on 5 each. - How many Playmates have been Playmate of the Month multiple times? The first Playmate to appear as the Playmate of the Month three times was Janet Pilgrim. She appeared in the July 1955, December 1955 and October 1956 issues. Interestingly, she was discovered from within Playboy. She was Playboy's Subscription Manager. The first Playmate to appear as the Playmate of the Month twice was Margie Harrison. She appeared in the January 1954 and June 1954 issues. Others include Marilyn Waltz in the April 1954 and April 1955 issues, and Margurite Empey in the May 1955 and February 1956 issues. - How many times have there been two Playmates of the Month? The first issue to feature two Playmates as Playmates of the Month was the October 1958 issue. The pictorial was titled "Le Rouge et le Blanc" and featured Pat Sheehan (a blonde) and Mara Corday (a redhead). The idea was that while some men would prefer one playmate over the other, the true playboy was a connoisseur and would appreciate the differing qualities of both equally. Pat Sheehan appeared on the usual three page foldout. Mara Corday was on the reverse of the lower two pages of Pat Sheehan's picture, so her "centerfold" was only two pages. Both said "Miss October / Playboy's Playmate of the Month" as per usual. The October 1970 and September 1989 issues also had two Playmates. (see the next question) - How many times have there been twins as Playmates of the Month? The first issue to feature twins as Playmates of the Month was the October 1970 issue. It features Mary and Madeleine Collinson. Others include : : Karin and Mirjam van Breeschooten, September 1989 : Sofie and Katrien Vergote, July 1991, Dutch edition * How many times have sisters or twins independently been Playmates of the Month? Janice Pennington, May 1971; Ann Penington March 1976 Other sisters have appeared, not as Playmates, but in the Newstand Special "Playboy's Sisters," published in February 1992. Also, Elaine Morton (May 1971) and Karen Morton (July 1978) were cousins. The Brazilian edition features Andreia Ramme (August 1993), Josie Ramme (August 1994), and Tatiana Ramme (October 1994). - How many Playmates have had daughters who were also Playmates? This has only happened once, to the best of my knowledge. Carol Eden was the December 1960 Playmate of the Month; her daughter Simone Eden followed in her footsteps as the February 1989 Playmate of the Month. However, Jane Mansfield (Miss February 1955), had a daughter Jayne Marie Mansfield who posed for a regular pictorial an Tamara Davis appeared with here daughters Dawn and Shannon in an August 1993 pictorial entitled "Like Mother, Like Daughters." - How many Playmates have appeared in movies or on television? Several. The file pm.files.v0.9 at the FTP site contains a list of Playmates and their film/television appearances. - How many Playmates have had the same name? This has happened twice. A Susie Scott appears in the February 1960 and May 1983 issues; A Jennifer Jackson appears in the March 1965 and April 1989 issues. * How many Playmates have appeared with multiple or fake names? This is all second-hand information, and probably _very_ incomplete, but : : Marilyn Monroe, 12/53: Norma Jean Baker, Norma Jean Mortenson : Dolores Del Monte, 3/54: Delores J. Mack : Jayne Mansfield, 2/55: Vera Jayne Peers, Jayne Palmer : Elsa Sorensen, 9/56: Dane Arden, Elsa Mitchell : Lari Laine, 5/58: Corinee Entratter : Natalie Hope, 9/58: Natalie Hope, Teri Ronson : Eleanor Bradley, 2/59: Helen Wheels : Stella Stevens, 1/60: Estelle Egglestone : Teddi Smith, 7/60: Delilah Henry : Surrey Marshe, 1/67: Solveig Mellomborgen : Gwen Wong, 4/67: Gwen Lipscomb : Michelle Hamilton, 3/68: Roxanna Platt : Claudia Jennings, 11/69: Mimi Chesterton : Linda Beatty, 8/76: Linda Carpenter : Dorothy Stratten, 8/79: Dorothy Hoogstratten : Terri Welles, 12/80: Terri Knepper : Gina Goldberg, 5/81: Tina Virenius : Sherry Arnett, 1/86: Sherry Klemesrud : Susie Owens, 3/88: Cora Street : Simone Eden, 2/89: Simone Howe : Britanny York, 10/90: Alison Armitage : Vicki Smith, 5/92: Vicki Lynn Hogan, Anna Nichol Smith : Angela Dorian = Victoria Vetri : Marguerite Empey = Diane Webber : Traci Adell = Traci Adell Sikkink : Janet Pilgrim = Charlaine Karalus : Christina Leardini = Christina Herbert : Becky DelosSantos = Mary Beth Delos Santos Although Barbi Benton was never a Playmate, she also was not using real name, which was Barbara Klein. * How many Playmates were married when they posed for Playboy? This is probably a _very_ incomplete lists. I'd guess that lots of Playamtes have been married. : Eve Meyer : Bonnie Marino : Christina Leardini : Candy Loving : Suzy Simpson : Stacy Arthur : Ann Marie Goddard : Laurie Wood : Dorothy Stratton : Tracy Vaccaro : Kelly Burke : Debbie Ellison : Ashley Allen : Donna Perry - How many Playmates are deceased? Marilyn Monroe, December 1953 (Drug overdose) Jayne Mansfield, February 1955 (Car Crash) Claudia Jennings, November 1969 (Motorcycle Accident) Dorothy Stratten, August 1979 (Shot by husband) Willy Rey, February 1971 (??sleeping pill overdose). Carol Willis, July 1970 (Automobile accident) --------------------------------------------------------------------- Miscelaneous Questions ---------------------- * How many times have men appeared on the cover of Playboy? The first male to appear on the cover of Playboy was Peter Sellers. He appeared on the April 1964 cover with Karen Lynn. The October 1979 features Burt Reynolds and Gig Gangle. January 1980 featured Steve Martin, Amy Miller and Michele Drake. May 1984 featured Phillip Anderson and Rita Jenrette. September 1987 featured Timothy Dalton and Maryam D'Abo. August 1989 featured Donald Trump and Brandi Brandt. August 1993 featured Dan Akroyd and Pamela Anderson. October 1993 featured Jerry Seinfeld and 8 playmates. July 1994 featured Patty Reagan and a male model. - Who was the first male to show full frontal nudity in Playboy? An article entitled "The Naked Ape," about the film of the same name, featured a full frontal nude of Johnny Crawford. The article appeared in the September 1973 issue. - Who was the oldest woman to appear in a Playboy Pictorial? The oldest person to appear in a Playboy Pictorial (that I know of) was Terry Moore. She appeared in the August 1984 issue. At the time, she was 55. Vikki La Motta was 51 when she posed in the November 1981 issue. - What are some non-Playmate related firsts? 1st appearance of the Playboy Bunny - January 1954 1st LeRoy Neiman illustration - September 1954 1st Appearance of Femlin (in Party Jokes) - August 1955 1st Playboy After Hours - November 1955 1st Playmate Review - January 1956 1st Shel Silverstein cartoon - July 1956 1st Gahan Wilson cartoon - December 1957 1st Playboy Advisor column - September 1960 1st Vargas Girl - March 1957 1st Interview - Alex Haley interviewed Miles Davis, September 1962 1st Black Vargas Girl - March 1964 (generated lots of complaints) 1st appearance of pubic hair - Paula Kelly, who appeared in the : August 1969 issue. 1st Little Annie Fanny cartoon - October 1962 1st "The Year in Sex" - February 1977 1st "The World of Playboy" - July 1977 1st "20 Questions" - October 1978 1st "Dear Playmate" - October 1981 1st video - Playboy Video Collection / Magazine 1982/1983 1st issue with a bar code on the cover - June 1986 1st Playboy Club - ?? 19??, in Chicago, Illinois : (last one to close was in Lansing, Michigan) - Who designed the Playboy Bunny? The Playboy Bunny was designed by Art Paul. - Hasn't <famous person> been in Playboy? This list is broken down into two sections. Pictures where the model actually posed for Playboy, and pictures Playboy has obtained through other sources. A '*' after an issue indicates that the model appeared in a feature layout or article. Most of the rest are single pictures from such features as "Sex Stars" or "The Year in Sex." (just added this notation, so I haven't gone back to check each issue to see if it is a full pictorial or not; help me out if you can! ) The following women have voluntarily appeared in Playboy in various states of undress. : Andress,Ursula (actress), June, August, December 1965; July 1966; : November 1973; April 1976; January 1982; July 1983; April 1986 : January 1994 : Bardot,Brigitte (actress) March, November 1958; December 1959; July : 1964; April 1969; January 1975 : Bernhard,Sandra (comedian), December, September* 1992; May 1991; : March 1994 : Basinger,Kim (model/actress), February*, July 1983; January 1988, : 1994 : Braga,Sonia (actress), November, December 1978; May 1979; : December 1981; November, December 1982; August, November, : December 1983; October, December 1984; April, November, : December 1985; December 1987, 1988; March 1994 : Chambers,Marilyn (porn actress), April 1974 : Collins,Joan (actress), January 1967; March, December* 1969; : November, December 1978; February 1980; December 1982; April, : October, November, December 1983; April, July, December 1984; : June, July, December 1985; September 1986; January 1989; : September 1991 : Crawford,Cindy (supermodel), July 1988*; April 1993 : Crosby,Denise (actress) March 1979; May* 1988 : d'Abo,Maryam (actress), September* 1987 : Derek,Bo (actress), March, August 1980; September 1981; July 1984; : January 1989, December 1994* : Doherty,Shannen (actress), March 1994 : Evans,Linda (actress), July 1971*; January 1982; June 1986; January : 1989 : Fenn,Sherilyn (actress), December 1990; January, March 1991; : September, November 1993 : Fonda,Jane (actress), August 1966; March, April, July 1968; : January, December 1969; December 1970; November, December 1971; : December 1972, 1973; April 1974; November 1977; March, August, : November, December 1978; January, April 1979; April, May, : December 1980; February, November 1981; March 1982; April 1989 : Gabor,Zsa Zsa (actress), March 1957; April 1963; January, March : 1967; December 1978 : Griffith,Melanie (actress), December 1975; January 1986 : Hahn,Jessica (??media star), November 1987*; September 1988*, : December 1992 : Hall,Jerry (supermodel), October* 1985 : Hemingway,Mariel (actress), April 1982; January, May 1984; January : 1989; March 1994 : Hershey,Barbara (actress), August 1972 : Jackson,LaToya (??), March 1989*, November 1991 : Jones,Grace (actress), March 1978; February, April 1979; April 1982; : May, December 1984; January, May, July*, Nobember, December 1985; : November, December 1986; September 1987; November 1992; : Kidder,Margot (actress), March 1975 : Lewis,Charlotte (actress), July 1993 : Louise,Tina (actress) January 1955; May 1957, 1958; April 1959; : October 1960, November, December 1961; January, December 1962; : December 1965; November 1966; January 1967; May 1980; : January 1989 : Lovelace,Linda (porn actress), April 1973, February 1975 : Macpherson,Elle (supermodel), May 1994* : Nielsen,Brigitte (actress), September*, December 1985; August, : December 1986; June, December* 1987, February, December 1988; : January, December 1989 : Norton-Taylor,Judy (actress), August* 1985 : Parkinson,Dian (game show hostess), December 1991*; May 1993 : Plato,Dana (actress), June 1989 : Rogers,Mimi(??), March 1993 : Principal,Victoria (actress), December 1972; September*, December : 1973; December 1975, 1976, 1979-1982, 1983; January 1984 : Seymour,Stephanie (supermodel), March 1991*; February 1993* : Smith,Anna Nicole (aka Vickie Smith)(model), May 1992; June 1993, : February 1994 : Sommers,Suzanne (actress), May, August 1978; December 1978, 1979; : January, February*, December 1980; February 1981; March 1983; : January, November, December 1984 : Stone,Sharon (actress), July 1990* : Swedish Bikini Team (spokespersons), January 1992 : Taylor,Elizabeth (actress); January 1963 : Vanity (singer), May 1985; April 1988* : Welch,Raquel (actress), January, November, December 1969; January, : August, November, December 1970; December 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, : 1975; June, December 1976; February, May, December 1977; : November, December 1978; December 1979; November 1980; April, : December 1982; January 1984; February 1988, January, May 1989; : February 1990 The following people have appeared in Playboy via pictures obtained from movies or other sources. : Arquette,Rosanna (actress), September 1990 : Christiansen,Helena (model), March 1994 : MacLaine,Shirley (actress) August 1969; November 1972; August : 1978; May, July, November, December 1980; March 1984; January, : February, July, September, November 1984; November 1990 : Madonna (singer), September, December 1985, 1986; July 1992 : Monroe,Marilyn (actress), December 1953*, 1960; January 1964, 1984, : 1987 1994 : Rabbit,Jessica (actress), November 1988 : Seymour,Jane (actress), July, December 1973, November 1980; : February, June, December 1981; July 1983; August 1985; January*, : April, September 1987 : Shepherd,Cybill (actress), November, December 1972; December 1974; : June 1978; February 1980; December 1986; Februar, Auguast 1987; : February 1990 : White,Vanna (game show hostess), July, December 1986; May 1987*; : January 1989 The following people have appeared in playboy, but were not nude. : Brinkley,Christie (supermodel), November 1984 : Fawcett,Farrah (actress/model), December 1978* : Hannah,Daryl (actress) November 1982; May 1983; November, December : 1984; May, September 1985; December 1990, 1993 : Kennedy,Jayne (actress), July 1981 : Lynch,Kelly (actress), March 1994 : Porizkova,Paulina (supermodel), August 1987* : Turner,Kathleen (actress), November, December 1981; January, May, : December 1982; September, December 1983; March, November, : December 1984; December 1985; May 1986; November 1987; August 1993 - Where can I get back issues of Playboy? That depends on what condition you want the issue in. If it is a fairly recent issue, or a post-1960 issue and you aren't concerned about scuffs and folded pages/covers, check Appendix B for a dealer in your local area. If there isn't one, check out the reputable Mail Order dealers in Appendix C. Generally they have each issue in a wide range of conditions. It might cost a little more than what you might pay in a local store, but will probably be in better condition. You can also watch the local classifieds under collectables for someone selling their collection at a bargain price. Most of the time they won't sell individual issues, but it can't hurt to ask. If you are looking for older issues, or want higher quality older issues, you'll have to do a little more work. First, check any local dealers. It's unlikely, but not impossible, that they'll have good quality magazines, but you may get a bargin! Again, watch the classified section of your local news paper, under collectables. On occasion someone will sell an entire collection, often at a good price. Make sure you see the collection before you buy, and check the condition of every issue, if you have time. If you want top quality condition issues, check the list of reputable dealers in Appendix C. You will definately pay more, but, as they say, you get what you pay for. You could even place your own ad in the wanted section, asking for an entire collection in good condition. And again, watch the classified section of your local news paper, under collectables. Make sure you see the collection before you buy it, and check the condition of every issue. There are also several newsgroups on the internet that regularly have postings about Playboy magazines for sale. However, it is kind of risky since you don't know the person, and they usually want payment in advance. This is ok if you want a fairly cheap issues, but I wouldn't recommend buying a December 1953 issues without making arrangements to see it first. Having said that, some of the news- groups you could check include : : alt.mag.playboy : alt.sex.erotica.marketplace : alt.sex.movies : alt.sex.magazines --------------------------------------------------------------------- Storage Issues -------------- - How should I store my back-issues of Playboy? It really depends on how serious you are and how much money you have to spend. If you are very very serious, and want permanent, archival storage, you should use mylar/acid-free bags and boxes, with acid free backing boards (to prevent corners and edges from wrinkling and bending). This can be expensive, but will offer the best protection for the magazine. Even if you are very very serious, bear in mind that the circulation of Playboy increased dramatically in the early 60s. It may be a bit of overkill to store these more easily obtainable issues with mylar/ acid-free bags and boxes. One of the better suggestions I've heard was to go all out for the first 100 issues, then use the less expensive Polyethylene bags for issues after that. If you are moderately serious, comic shops and collectors shops often have Polyethylene or plastic bags that will fit Playboy for about 7-8 dollars per 100. Some places may have bags that seal (ala ziploc baggies) to make them airtight. It is generally thought this is bad, because temperature and air pressure variations could cause water vapor to come out of the air trapped in the bag, damaging the magazine. Also, it has been reported that sandwhich bags commonly available in grocery stores will cause the magazine to fade due to both the bags and the paper Playboy is printed on are clay based. * I can't find bags/backing boards locally. Where can I get them? : Mylar/Acid free bags ($$$) Polyethylene bags : --------------------------- ------------------------- : Bill Cole Enterprises Bags Unlimited * : P.O. Box 60 7 Canal Street : Randolph, MA 02368-0060 Rochester, New York 14608 : (617) 986-2653 (800) 767-BAGS * Bags Unlimited has free samples (first time only), I recommend products SMAG3 or SMAGL3. - I've found a source for bags/backing boards. What size do I need? The size bag you need depends on the size of each magazine, and whether or not you also plan on using acid free backing boards. For recent issues, 8 1/2" x 11" should be ok. I recomend a flap of at least 1 1/2". For older issues, especially Christmas issues from the Eighties, or if you want to use acid free backing boards, 9" x 11" is pretty much a minimum. If you can find them, bags that are slightly longer than 11" (11 1/8" or more) are great. If you put the magazine and board in the bag and it bends or warps, you need a wider bag. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Appendix A ---------- - Contacting Foreign Editions of Playboy For information on subscribing to foreign editions, contact the appropriate office below. Keep in mind that they may not read or speak English when writing, faxing or calling. : PLAYBOY ARGENTINA PLAYBOY JAPAN : Editorial Primavers Shueish International Inc. : Av. Cordoba 1345 - 1th Floor 2-5-10 Hitotsubashi : 1055 Buenos Aires Chiyoda-ku : Argentina Tokyo 101-50 Japan : Editor: Sylvia do Pico Editor : Kiyoshi Nagasawa : Phone : +54-1-811-4903 Phone : +81-3-3230-2630 : Fax : +54-1-814-3948 Fax : +81-3-5211-2639 : PLAYBOY AUSTRALIA PLAYBOY MEXICO : Mason Stewart Pub Pty., Ltd Editorial Caballero : 15-19 Boundary St, 3rd floor Maricopa #57 : Rushcutters Bay, NSW 2011 Colonia Napoles C.P. 03810 : Australia Mexico, D.F. : Editor: Andrew Cowell Editor: Cesar Romero : Phone : +61-2-331-5006 Phone : +52-5-687-7454 : Fax : +61-2-360-5367 Fax : +52-5-687-7588 : PLAYBOY BRAZIL PLAYBOY NETHERLANDS : Editora Abril Uitgeverij Spaarnestad B.V. : Rua Geralso Flausimo Gomes 61 Ceylonpoort 5-25, Postbus 1 : Brooklin Novo 2000 MA, Haarlem (Schalwijk) : 04575 Sao Paulo, S. P. Holland : Brazil : Editor: Ricardo Setti Editor: Jan Heemskerk : Phone : +55-11-534-5443 Phone : +31-23-304-304 : Fax : +55-11-534-5396 Fax : +31-23-337-293 : PLAYBOY CZECHOSLOVAKIA PLAYBOY POLAND : VIPress Publishing Ltd/Prauge VIPress Poland : Charkovska 24 4 Plac Stoneczny : 100 00 Prague 10 01-528 Warsaw : Czech Republic Poland : Editor: V. Matejka/J. Koran Editor: Tomasz Raczek : Phone : +42-2-741-394 Phone : +48-22-392-253 : Fax : +42-2-741-374 Fax : +48-22-399-441 : PLAYBOY FRANCE : Chicago Editions : 2-4 Rue Gustave Flourens : 92150 Suresnes : France : Editor: Jean Pierre Seignon : Phone : +33-1-4728-4488 : Fax : +33-1-4506-2888 : PLAYBOY GERMANY PLAYBOY SOUTH AFRICA : Heinrich Bauer Verlag Times Media Limited : 81737 Muenchen 13th Floor, First National House : Charles-de-Gaulle Strasse 8 11 diagonal Street : Germany Johannesburg , 2000, South Africa : Editor: Nikolas Marten Editor: Paul Kerton : Phone : +49-89-678-60 Phone : +27-11-497-2711 : Fax : +49-89-672-981 Fax : +27-11-834-6246 : PLAYBOY GREECE PLAYBOY SPAIN : European Publications, S.A. Editorial Origen, S.A. : 20-22 Hersifronos Str. c/Perez Galdos, 36 Bis : Athens 11636 08012 Barcelona : Greece Spain : Editor: Aris Petropoulos Editor: Jose Luis Cordoba : Phone : +30-1-902-5150 Phone : +34-3-415-7374 : Fax : +30-1-902-4683 Fax : +34-3-217-7378 : PLAYBOY ITALY : Edizioni Lancio S.P.A. : Via Roccagiovine, 267 : 00156 Rome : Italy : Editor: Alvaro Zerboni : Phone : +39-6-411-2651 : Fax : +39-6-674-8185 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Appendix B - Dealers -------------------- This list has been collected from advertisements and mail sent to me through the internet. I have made no attempt to verify any of these dealers, except those marked as <verified>. Descriptions are from the person who sent me the name/address of the dealer, not from me. Mail Order ---------- : EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE : P.O. Box 40609 : Pasadena, CA 91114 : (909) 923-3002 : <verified 3/94> : Mail order only - send SASE : Howard Rogofsky : P.O.Box 107 : Glen Oaks, NY 11004 : (718) 723-0954 (after 6 p.m.) : <verified 5/94> : Mail order only - price list is $3 : Ken Ritchie : 3825 Bowen Ave. : Memphis, TN. 38122 : <verified 5/94> : see Appendix C : Ohio Book Store : 726 Main Street : Cincinnati, OH 45202 : 513-621-7941 : <verified 4/94> : see Appendix C : RONNIE KESHISHIAN : 81 Templeton Parkway : Watertown, MA 02172 California ---------- : THE CENTERFOLD SHOP : 1220 23rd Street, Suite #2PB : San Diego, CA 92102 : Foster's Stamp Co. : 2189 Bancroft Way : Berkely, CA ????? : 510-845-3015 : small (less than 40) collection, around $4 each : The Magazine : 731 Larkin Street : San Francisco, CA ????? : 415-441-7737 : <verified 5/94> : Carries back issues to the 50s, buys back issued ($.50-.75 each) : McDonald's Book Store : 48 Turk : San Francisco, CA ???? : 415-673-2235 : small (around 100) collection in haphazard arrangement, selection, : order, and condition. Prices written on cover w/grease pen. : Twice Read Books : 81 E. San Fernando (between 2nd and 3rd Sts.) : San Jose, CA ???? : They have probably at least 90% of the issues since '70, and quite : a lot from the 60's and 50's. Colorado -------- : Mile High Comics : Denver, CO : 303-446-8250 : Catalog - $2 Georgia ------- : Collectors World : 5351-1 Buford Hwy : Atlanta(Doraville), GA 30340 : 404-452-7102 : <verified 3/94> : Fantasyland Music : 2839 Peachtree Road : Atlanta(Buckhead), GA 30305 : 404-237-3193 : <verified 5/94> : Medium size unsorted collection of issues from 1955 and later : ex January 1955 $200 : Comic Strip : 5055A Memorial Drive : Atlanta(Stone Mountain), GA : Sells back issues of Playboy, Playmate Videos, and trading cards : Happier Days Collectibles : 5104 Jimmy Carter Blvd : Atlanta(Norcross), GA 30093 : 404-242-9954 : <verified 4/94> Illinois -------- : Magazine Memories : 6006 Dempster : Chicago(Morton Grove), IL 60053 Kentucky -------- : Pac-Rats : 1051 Bryant Way : Bowling Green, KY ????? : 502-782-8092 : Decent size collection, (50's 60's stuff). Maryland -------- : Imagination Books : Silver Spring, MD ????? : 301-589-2223 : Mainly a used bookstore - side business as Playboy back issue dealer. Minnesota --------- : Carlson Book : Duluth Minnesota : 218-722-8447 : carlsonbk@aol.com : close to complete back series of Playboy. Michigan -------- : Capital City Comics & Books : 2004 E. Michigan Avenue : Lansing, MI 48912 : 517-485-0416 : <verified 6/94> : Small collection of newer and older issues, in Good/Fair condition. : ex February 1954 $300; July 1955 $120 : Curious Book Shop : 307 East Grand River : East Lansing, MI 48823 : 517-332-0112 : <verified 6/94> : Small collection of mostly older issues, in Good/Fair condition. : Nothing prior to 1956. : Classic Movie & Comic Center : 19047 Middlebelt Rd. : Livonia, MI ????? : 810-476-1254 : I.S. Systems Inc. : P.O. Box 512 : Big Rapids, MI 49307-0512 : 616-796-8478 : iss@ripco.com : 800 issues in stock; complete years available; also has PEI books, : calendars, etc. : ??Flea Market : Corner of Dixie Highway and Telegraph Road : Pontiac, MI : The flea market is open weekends. Missouri -------- : Clint's Book Store : 3943 Main Street : Kansas City, MO 64111 : Rumored to be getting out of the Playboy business Ohio ---- : Bank News : 4025 Clark Ave : Cleaveland, OH 44109 : 216-281-8777 : Overpriced back issues of Playboy. Selection is fair. : Ohio Book Store : 726 Main Street : Cincinnati, OH 45202 : 513-621-7941 : <verified 4/94> see Appendix C : Also accepts phone/mail order, has every issue : Featured in the July 1990 issue of Playboy. : Pearl Road Video Corp : 5141 Pearl Rd : Cleaveland, OH 44129 : 216-661-6411 : Pretty good amount of PB back issues, fairly priced. : 185th St Video & News Inc : 693 E 185th St : Cleaveland, OH 44119 : 216-486-7775 : Lots of back issues of Playboy, recent and older, all very fairly : priced...recent back issues go for 2.50-3.95 depending on the : issue, older ones not much more than that, depending. Virginia -------- : From Out of the Past : Alexandria, VA : 703-768-7827 : The store is only open a few days a week. Washington ---------- : Second Time Around : 4209 University Way NE : Seattle, WA 98105 : 206-632-1698 : Beauty & the Book : 4213 University Way NE : Seattle, WA 98105 : 206-632-8510 : Zanadu Comics/Paperback Exchange : 1923 3rd Avenue : Seattle, WA 98101 : 206-443-2326 : very complete collection of fine condition Playboys sealed in bags, : carefully sorted chronologically, but extremely overpriced Washington DC ------------- : B & B Books : 18th St? : Washington, DC ????? : large, disorganized collection of shrink-wrapped, good condition : issues, at slightly higher prices. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Appendix C - Reputable Mail Order Dealers ----------------------------------------- If you are looking for back issues, but can't find them locally, you can try one of the following mail order dealers. They have all been around a while, and have a good reputation. The names and addresses are given for each dealer, followed by any additional notes sent with the price list. The actual price lists follow, side by side for easy comparison. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ken Ritchie 3825 Bowen Ave. Memphis, TN. 38122 (901) 323-6195 Thank you for your inquiry. I specialize in back issues of PLAYBOY magazine and other PLAYBOY collectibles and have one of the largest and most extensive inventories of such items to be found anywhere. I also stock a wide variety of other material that is similar in nature. Due to the sheer size of my inventory and the fact that it is constantly changing, I am unable to provide one comprehensive listing of everything that is available. Instead, I offer a range of individual lists for collectors who are interested in specific titles, models, topics, or types of material. I hope you see something of interest. GRADING: My standards of grading are extremely strict, and I will gladly compare my material to the corresponding grade of anyone else. All items are complete (unless otherwise noted), guaranteed authentic, and graded using the following standard system. VG: Very Good. The next most popular grade, these are very solid but obviously used copies and will have some minor imperfections. The favorite of collectors who actually like to read their magazines from time to time without white gloves. [Editor's note : Ken's list also gave prices for several other grade ] [ as well. For brevity's sake, only the price for the ] [ Very Good grade is listed. A complete price list is ] [ available at the FTP site. ] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ohio Book Store, Inc. (featured in the July 1990 issue of Playboy) 726 Main Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Phone: (513) 621-7941 (513) 621-5142 Thank you for your inquiry concerning back issues of Playboy Magazines. We have handled Playboy since it was first published, and were the first business handling back issues of Playboy to be recommended by Playboy Magazine as dealing in rare, new and used books, and think we will be able to supply most Playboy Magazines you are looking for. Your Check or money order must be sent with your order. American Express, Visa, & Master Card Honored for Phone or Mail Orders. Please include name, account number, and expiration date. Prices include postage on orders of $10.00 or more. For Order Under $10.00, Add 2.50 For Shipping All other Countries: Please Add $2.50 Per Issue for Surface Mail. The following are our prices for back issues: Prices are subject to change without notice. All issues are in very good condition. (All prices are per issue) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Everybody's Magazines (909)-923-3002 Prices may change without warning. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : Ken Ritchie Ohio Book Everybody's : Issue (VG cond) Store Magazines : ------------------- -------- -------- --------- : 1953 December $1500.00 $1300.00 $2800.00 : : 1954 January $1500.00 $1000.00 $2800.00 : Feburary $500.00 $500.00 $1900.00 : March $300.00 $200.00 $1820.00 : April $250.00 $200.00 $1690.00 : May $250.00 $200.00 $1560.00 : June $200.00 $200.00 $1300.00 : July $200.00 $200.00 $1170.00 : August $150.00 $200.00 $1040.00 : September $150.00 $200.00 $910.00 : October-December $100.00 $150.00 $780.00 : : 1955 Janurary $250.00 $150.00 $500.00 : Feburary $100.00 $100.00 $500.00 : March : April-August $40.00 $75.00 $250.00 : September $100.00 $75.00 $350.00 : October-November $35.00 $75.00 $250.00 : December $35.00 $75.00 $400.00 : : 1956 Janurary $40.00 $75.00 $200.00 : Feburary-March $30.00 $75.00 $150.00 : April-November $25.00 $75.00 $150.00 : December $25.00 $75.00 $200.00 : : 1957 Janurary $25.00 $30.00 $175.00 : Feburary $40.00 $30.00 $125.00 : March-November $25.00 $30.00 $125.00 : December $25.00 $30.00 $175.00 : : 1958 Janurary $25.00 $30.00 $140.00 : Feburary $30.00 $30.00 $110.00 : March $25.00 $30.00 $110.00 : April-December $20.00 $30.00 $110.00 :  : 1959 Janurary $20.00 $30.00 $175.00 : Feburary-March $20.00 $30.00 $100.00 : April $20.00 $30.00 $125.00 : October $25.00 $30.00 $100.00 : November $20.00 $30.00 $100.00 : December $50.00 $30.00 $125.00 : : 1960 Janurary $35.00 $30.00 $100.00 : Feburary $25.00 $25.00 $75.00 : March $20.00 $25.00 $75.00 : April $30.00 $25.00 $125.00 : May-August $20.00 $25.00 $125.00 : September-November $20.00 $25.00 $75.00 : December $35.00 $30.00 $125.00 : : 1961 Janurary $35.00 $30.00 $100.00 : Feburary-March $20.00 $25.00 $45.00 : April $30.00 $25.00 $100.00 : May $20.00 $25.00 $100.00 : June $30.00 $25.00 $55.00 : July-September $20.00 $25.00 $55.00 : October $30.00 $25.00 $55.00 : November $50.00 $25.00 $55.00 : December $35.00 $30.00 $80.00 : : 1962 January $40.00 $30.00 $100.00 : Feburary $25.00 $25.00 $40.00 : March $20.00 $25.00 $45.00 : April $20.00 $25.00 $60.00 : May-June $20.00 $25.00 $55.00 : July $20.00 $25.00 $60.00 : August $20.00 $25.00 $55.00 : September $20.00 $25.00 $60.00 : October $35.00 $25.00 $80.00 : November $35.00 $25.00 $55.00 : December $40.00 $30.00 $80.00 : : 1963 January $40.00 $30.00 $125.00 : Feburary $20.00 $25.00 $45.00 : March $25.00 $25.00 $45.00 : April $20.00 $25.00 $45.00 : May $20.00 $25.00 $60.00 : June $20.00 $25.00 $125.00 : July-October $15.00 $25.00 $50.00 : November $15.00 $25.00 $80.00 : December $25.00 $30.00 $80.00 : : 1964 January $15.00 $30.00 $150.00 : Feburary-March $20.00 $20.00 $45.00 : April $10.00 $20.00 $45.00 : May $10.00 $20.00 $60.00 : June $15.00 $20.00 $45.00 : July $10.00 $20.00 $45.00 : August $15.00 $20.00 $80.00 : September-October $10.00 $20.00 $45.00 : November $10.00 $20.00 $80.00 : December $15.00 $30.00 $80.00 : : 1965 January $15.00 $20.00 $60.00 : Feburary $20.00 $12.50 $90.00 : March $20.00 $12.50 $45.00 : April-May $10.00 $12.50 $35.00 : June $15.00 $12.50 $35.00 : July $10.00 $12.50 $35.00 : August $15.00 $12.50 $60.00 : September-November $10.00 $12.50 $35.00 : December $15.00 $20.00 $60.00 : : 1966 January $15.00 $12.50 $40.00 : Feburary-March $10.00 $12.50 $35.00 : April $15.00 $12.50 $30.00 : May $10.00 $12.50 $60.00 : June-July $10.00 $12.50 $30.00 : August $10.00 $12.50 $60.00 : September-November $10.00 $12.50 $30.00 : December $10.00 $12.50 $60.00 : : 1967 January $10.00 $15.00 $40.00 : Feburary $6.00 $12.50 $35.00 : March $10.00 $15.00 $60.00 : April-May $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : June $10.00 $12.50 $30.00 : July $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : August $10.00 $12.50 $60.00 : September-November $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : December $6.00 $12.50 $60.00 : : 1968 January $15.00 $12.50 $90.00 : Feburary $6.00 $12.50 $35.00 : March-April $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : May $10.00 $12.50 $60.00 : June-September $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : October $6.00 $12.50 $35.00 : November $6.00 $12.50 $30.00 : December $15.00 $30.00 $60.00 : : 1969 January $15.00 $20.00 $125.00 : Feburary $6.00 $20.00 $35.00 : March-May $6.00 $20.00 $30.00 : June $6.00 $20.00 $50.00 : July $6.00 $20.00 $40.00 : August $6.00 $20.00 $30.00 : September $6.00 $20.00 $40.00 : October-November $6.00 $20.00 $30.00 : December $10.00 $20.00 $50.00 : : 1970 January $6.00 $10.00 $75.00 : Feburary $4.00 $10.00 $30.00 : March $10.00 $12.50 $50.00 : April-May $4.00 $10.00 $30.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July-August $4.00 $10.00 $30.00 : September $4.00 $10.00 $50.00 : October $4.00 $10.00 $30.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $30.00 : December $10.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1971 January $6.00 $12.50 $75.00 : Feburary $4.00 $10.00 $30.00 : March-May $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July $4.00 $10.00 $40.00 : September $4.00 $10.00 $50.00 : October $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $25.00 : December $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1972 January $6.00 $10.00 $50.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : June $10.00 $15.00 $50.00 : July-October $4.00 $10.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $25.00 : December $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1973 January $6.00 $10.00 $50.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July-August $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : September $10.00 $15.00 $60.00 : October $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $25.00 : December $10.00 $15.00 $40.00 : : 1974 January $15.00 $20.00 $100.00 : Feburary $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : March $4.00 $10.00 $50.00 : April $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : May $4.00 $15.00 $25.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July-October $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : November-December $6.00 $10.00 $60.00 : : 1975 January $6.00 $15.00 $40.00 : Feburary $4.00 $10.00 $25.00 : March-May $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : June $6.00 $15.00 $50.00 : July-October $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : November $10.00 $10.00 $20.00 : December $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1976 January $6.00 $15.00 $40.00 : Feburary-March $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : April $4.00 $10.00 $40.00 : May $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July $4.00 $10.00 $50.00 : August-October $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : November $10.00 $15.00 $30.00 : December $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1977 January $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : June $40.00 $15.00 $40.00 : July $4.00 $10.00 $50.00 : August $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : September-October $4.00 $15.00 $50.00 : November $10.00 $10.00 $20.00 : December $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : : 1978 January $10.00 $15.00 $40.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : June $6.00 $15.00 $50.00 : July-October $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $20.00 : December $6.00 $15.00 $40.00 : : 1979 January $15.00 $15.00 $75.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : June $6.00 $10.00 $40.00 : July $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : August $10.00 $15.00 $75.00 : September $4.00 $10.00 $20.00 : October $4.00 $10.00 $75.00 : November $6.00 $10.00 $20.00 : December $6.00 $15.00 $40.00 : : 1980 January $6.00 $7.50 $30.00 : Feburary $4.00 $7.50 $40.00 : Feburary-March $10.00 $7.50 $40.00 : April $4.00 $7.50 $50.00 : May $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : June $6.00 $7.50 $50.00 : July-September $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : October $4.00 $7.50 $50.00 : November $6.00 $7.50 $20.00 : December $6.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1981 January $6.00 $7.50 $50.00 : Feburary-May $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : June $6.00 $7.50 $50.00 : July-August $4.00 $7.50 $50.00 : September $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : October $4.00 $7.50 $50.00 : November $6.00 $7.50 $50.00 : December $6.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1982 January $7.00 $12.50 $40.00 : Feburary $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : March $6.00 $7.50 $40.00 : April-May $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $50.00 : July-September $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : October $3.00 $7.50 $50.00 : November $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1983 January $7.00 $12.50 $40.00 : Feburary $6.00 $15.00 $50.00 : March-April $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : May $3.00 $7.50 $40.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : July-August $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : September-October $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : Nobember $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1984 January $10.00 $12.50 $50.00 : Feburary-April $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : May $6.00 $7.50 $20.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : July-October $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : November $3.00 $7.50 $45.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1985 January $7.00 $7.50 $25.00 : Feburary-April $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : May $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $45.00 : July $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : August $3.00 $7.50 $50.00 : September $6.00 $7.50 $45.00 : October $3.00 $7.50 $45.00 : November $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1986 January $4.00 $7.50 $25.00 : Feburary $3.00 $7.50 $45.00 : March-May $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : July-August $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : September $3.00 $7.50 $40.00 : October $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : November $3.00 $7.50 $50.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1987 January $10.00 $12.50 $50.00 : Feburary-March $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : April $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : May $3.00 $12.50 $35.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $15.00 : July $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : August $3.00 $7.50 $50.00 : September $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : October $3.00 $7.50 $40.00 : Novembe $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : : 1988 January $7.00 $15.00 $50.00 : Feburary-May $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $15.00 : July $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : August $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : September $3.00 $7.50 $35.00 : October-November $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $25.00 : : 1989 January $10.00 $12.50 $35.00 : Feburary $3.00 $7.50 $25.00 : March $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : April-May $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $35.00 : July-November $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : December $3.00 $7.50 $25.00 : : 1990 January $4.00 $7.50 $25.00 : Feburary $6.00 $7.50 $15.00 : March-May $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $25.00 : July $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : August-September $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : October-November $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : : 1991 January $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : Feburary $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : : March $3.00 $7.50 $20.00 : April-May $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : June $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : July-November $3.00 $7.50 $15.00 : December $4.00 $7.50 $20.00 : : 1992 January $4.00 call $20.00 : Feburary-April $3.00 call $15.00 : May $6.00 call $15.00 : June-July $3.00 call $20.00 : August $3.00 call $15.00 : September $3.00 call $20.00 : October-November $3.00 call $15.00 : December $10.00 call $15.00 : : 1993 January call call $20.00 : Feburary-May call call $15.00 : June-July call call $20.00 : August call call $15.00 : September call call $20.00 : October-December call call $15.00 --------------------------------------------------------------------- References/Credit ----------------- The following people have contributed to this list, either directly or indirectly. : Michael Todd Glazier <lovesexy@umich.edu> : Ben Sayer <bsayer01@mail.msen.com> : Jim Dean <jimdean@bnr.ca> : Dave Waldon 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