Playboy Magazine, July 01, 1971

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From the Editor

Timothy Leary's escape from a California prison late last summer and his subsequent rambling endorsement of the Weathermen, which appeared in the underground press, caught us--as well as the authorities--by surprise. We had interviewed Leary (September 1966) and published an article of his (Episode

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Dear Playboy

Letters to the Editor

Address Playboy Magazine • Playboy Building, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611 Actor's Actor I just finished your personality piece Great Scott! (Playboy, April). Saul Braun has written an excellent article about an excellent man and actor, George C. Scott. The insights into the man, at

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Playboy After Hours

Reviews

Ordinarily, a pizza convention might not have piqued our journalistic curiosity, but this one--a "regional symposium"--happened to be just four blocks from our office and afforded the opportunity to stretch our legs and maybe even score for a slice or two. At first glance, it seemed like a typical h

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Books

Reviews

It's been nearly a decade since James Baldwin startled white liberals with The Fire Next Time, in which he announced that white was joyless, black was beautiful and old dreams of racial integration were irrelevant. "Black has become a beautiful color," Baldwin explained in a typically unsentimental

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Dining-Drinking

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Over the river and through the woods, then take a left, and still there are miles to go before you dine--or so it seems if you're traveling from downtown Chicago to the Dragon Inn (18431 South Halsted Street) in south suburban Glenwood. But it's well worth the trip (by car, not by cab). The Dragon s

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Movies

Reviews

A recent work "discovered" at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York has won its wings for theatrical release. The young producing-directing team of Joel L. Freedman and Philip F. Messina lucked into Skezag through a chance meeting with a drug hustler on an East Village street corner. Skezag

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Recordings

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The game has been popular for years--no doubt because it requires only one pop star with a few relatives. It begins when someone like James Taylor hits with a 1,000,000-selling record and plenty of press; then, before you can say "I've seen fire and I've seen rain," the game is on--and suddenly it's

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Theater

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Take a deep breath before entering the world of Follies. Harold Prince and Stephen Sondheim's enterprise challenges musical form and tradition on an even larger scale than their hit Company. This show is immense--technically and artistically, as well as physically. On the surface, it's a lovelorn le

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The Playboy Forum

Reader-Editor Discussion

Revolutionary Repression When I was young--over a decade ago--the sexual revolution was a healthy rebellion against the more idiotic taboos of orthodox churches. It was an assertion of simple, common-sense propositions based on tolerance, laissez faire and humanistic rationalism. The left, still hun

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Forum Newsfront

Reader-Editor Discussion

Up the Flagpole Washington, D. C.--The U. S. Supreme Court, by dividing evenly, upheld the flag-desecration conviction of New York City art-gallery owner Stephen Radich, who exhibited a construction consisting of a U. S. flag draped around a sculptured penis. Attorneys for the exhibitor argued that

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Playboy Interview: John Cassavetes

Interview

In a year when the success of "Love Story" has shown signs of persuading the ailing American film industry to grind out a plethora of mawkish romances, John Cassavetes has singlehandedly scored a major victory for realism. In "Husbands," which he wrote, directed and starred in, Cassavetes limned an

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Page 72 Sean O'Faolain Page 73 Sean O'Faolain

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Murder at Cobbler's Hulk

Feature

Sean O'Faolain

It takes about an hour of driving southward out of Dublin to arrive at the small seaside village of Greystones. (For two months in the summer, it calls itself a resort.) Every day, four commuter trains from the city stop here and turn back, as if dismayed by the sight of the desolate beach of shingl

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Erich Sokol

"I don't doubt that these are magic beans, sir, but I'd much rather have two bucks!"

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High Spirits

News

Thomas Mario

[recipe_title]Bitter Lemon Bracer[/recipe_title] [drinkRecipe]2 ozs. vodka[/drinkRecipe] [drinkRecipe]2 ozs. fresh orange juice[/drinkRecipe] [drinkRecipe]1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice[/drinkRecipe] [drinkRecipe]Iced bitter lemon[/drinkRecipe] [drinkRecipe]1 -in. piece orange peel[/drinkRecipe] [drinkRe

Page 78 John Bowers Page 79 John Bowers

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The Porn is Green

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John Bowers

Everybody, but everybody, is watching and waiting. Two cameras are zooming in on his naked butt and bare phallus, and a flawless brunette--Debbie, all flaring hips and coal-black hair--is lying there cooing before him. Alex de Renzy, a gifted, no-nonsense director, is peering like a gynecologist fro

Page 84 Earl L. Robertson Page 85 Earl L. Robertson

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Sorry I Had to Leave You at the Nile

Feature

Earl L. Robertson

Six A.M. comes awfully early. Especially on Monday. Adeline was awakened this particular Monday morning by the sound of the alarm going off in her ear and the feel of Steve's hands between her legs, pulling them apart. She moved closer to him and forgot about the alarm. The alarm and Steve stopped t

Page 86 Robert Morley Page 87 Robert Morley

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Morley Meets the Frogs

Humor

Robert Morley

During the First World War, the punishment for homosexuality in the French army was said to be execution. However, if you were an officer, you were allowed a final charge against the enemy, on the understanding that you got yourself shot. In one rather exceptional case, the accused, who was the heir

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Cupward Mobile

News

Playing through by the numbers:1. Staff model 8801 features stainless-steel-finished semi-blade head with concave back and straight tapered shaft with chrome finish, by Wilson, $18.75.2. Ping Anser putter has balanced heel and toe with floating face, by Karsten Manufacturing, $20.3. C-500 club has

Page 90 Buck Brown Page 91 Buck Brown

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Buck Brown

"I'm not advocating censorship, mind you, but there should be more discretion in regard to where you show skin flicks!!"

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The Jaguar Story

Feature

Ken W. Purdy

Four in the afternoon, a cold day, a soft rain falling out of clouds almost low enough to touch the spires of the church: the cathedral in Coventry, England. It had been burned and blown into rubble on the night of November 14, 1940, by 500 Luftwaffe bombers in the longest raid England took during t

Page 96 "A" and "V" Page 97 "A" and "V"

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The "Sensuous Woman" Index

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"A" and "V"

In the old days, a sex book didn't need an index. It was scarce, expensive or illegal--usually all three--which meant that the book passed back and forth among many readers, whose sweaty hands smudged and dog-eared all the interesting parts. One could let it fall open to the spicy places or else rif

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Great White Hopes

News

Back in The spring of 1967, we previewed a white two-button and predicted a return to favor of that classic cooler--the ice-cream suit. Since then, more and more males have developed a taste for vanilla, and this summer, the white suit--in a variety of styles--has really come into its own as an all-

Page 100 Eldon Dedini Page 101 Eldon Dedini

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Eldon Dedini

"A penny for your carnal thoughts, Pop."

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Heather Van Every, Miss July, 1971

Playmate, Centerfold, Pictorial

David Chan

Heather van Every is understandably high on Denver, where the 19th step of the Colorado Capitol building is exactly one mile above sea level and the sky seems a distant, azure dome. Denver has been her home ever since she moved West from Chicago with her family when she was four, and she feels no de

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Playboy's Party Jokes

Humor

Sitting at the breakfast table, the wife commented to her husband, "After I drink my coffee in the morning, I feel ten years younger." "Next time," he replied, "try a cup just before you go to bed." Our Unabashed Dictionary defines fur-lined athletic supporter as ball-to-ball carpeting. As he approa

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Interlandi

"My encounter group turned into a gang-bang."

Page 112 Richard M. Koff Page 113 Richard M. Koff

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An End To All This

Feature

Richard M. Koff

With the careful disregard of their respective governments, two dozen eminent men were gathered last June in one of the great old grande luxe Swiss hotels. They strode familiarly down wide, carpeted halls--an Italian industrialist, a Belgian banker, two university presidents, a professor at MIT, the

Page 114 Bill Robinson Page 115 Bill Robinson

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Pick of the Day Sailers

Feature

Bill Robinson

"To compare women and the sea is an ancient practice," wrote Carleton Mitchell, winner of many trophies and distinguished chronicler of sailing, when we asked what the sport meant to him. "Those dedicated to both cannot think of wide waters and the craft that ply them as other than feminine. What el

Page 120 Woody Allen Page 121 Woody Allen

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"I'll Put Your Name in Lights, Natividad Abascal"

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Woody Allen

I first met Natividad Abascal, who is a high-fashion model--as any fool can tell from these photos--when she came in to audition for my new movie. Bananas. We were looking for an old, white-haired man to play the part of Gramps in what someone with a macabre sense of humor (I believe it was I) calle

Page 124 Donn Pearce Page 125 Donn Pearce

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Leary in Limbo

Feature

Donn Pearce

I carried my bag through the airport waiting room, gazing into faces, trying to look dignified, trying to transmit the message that I was the one. I was in disguise. That is, I was wearing a black suit and a black tie and my hair was slick and shiny with Dippity-do, combed back into a sweeping pompa

Page 126 Alexander Dumbarton Page 127 Alexander Dumbarton

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Ellen's Dreams

Feature

Alexander Dumbarton

She was one of those girls who have gone out of style. They just don't seem to make them much any longer. Softly rounded and pink. Roses, frosted cake, light wine, waltzes. Men on the street would stare at her with that old-time twinge, thinking that, for Christ's sake, maybe loose hair, no bra and

Page 128 Edmond Kiraz Page 129 Edmond Kiraz

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Edmond Kiraz

"I'll toss you to see who takes the evidence away from her."

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The New Salvationists

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James Kavanaugh

It took years of indoctrination to teach me that I was basically a no-goodnik and that life was a serious and intense struggle to amount to something. The long-suffering Jew may find it hard to believe my struggle, as, indeed, may the militant black, since my blood is pure Aryan and my skin is delic

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Dink Siegel

"Remember, flower child, watch your pollen."

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Blooming Beauty

Pictorial

Photography by John Derek Although video's high-budget hoss opera The Big Valley, several family-type TV series and a Disney film provided fertile ground for nourishing her budding talents, 27-year-old Linda Evans decided the time was ripe for her to take on a role that was, in her words, "somethin

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Vargas Girl

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"Since I've been wearing copper bracelets, I feel much better--don't you think so, Mr. Hawkins?"

Ribald Classic: The Scandal of Creation

Ribald Classics

A young woman caught in sin was taken to the Dalai Lama for judgment. Her sin was so outrageous that his regent, who ordinarily enforced the laws, felt incapable of devising a punishment severe enough to fit the crime. She had been caught by her father having intercourse with a yak. But this was not

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Take the High Road...

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Reg Potterton

After 11 o'clock at night, King's Cross Station in London is virtually deserted. The bars, shops, restaurants and bookstalls are all dark and shuttered. Except for an occasional burst of whistling by a porter in some far-off recess or the sudden acceleration of a Royal Mail van, the gloomy interior

Page 146 Alden Erikson Page 147 Alden Erikson

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Alden Erikson

"Have I got a girl for you!"

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Interlandi

"Oh, oh...."

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John Dempsey

"But, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, talking frankly about your sexual activities is pertinent to getting at the root of your problems."

Page 152 John Bernard Handelsman Page 153 John Bernard Handelsman

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John Bernard Handelsman

"What are you worried about? The youth movement is basically healthy. The really alienated dropouts like me are only a small, though vocal minority."

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Marty Murphy

" 'They're playing our song'?! Who's playing our song?! "

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Brian Savage

"Well, I think that children should see affection between mature adults, although it would be better if that were Briggs."

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The Playboy Art Gallery

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Jim Beaman

A Young Woman

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Robert Taft, Jr.

Profile

The Tafts of Ohio are probably the most distinguished family of Republicans in G. O. P. history. In the early years of this century, William Howard Taft was Teddy Roosevelt's Secretary of War, then his hand-picked successor as President and later Chief Justice of the United States. In the Forties an

John V. Tunney

Profile

After his victorious senatorial bout last November, most political observers--critics included--acknowledged that California's John V. Tunney, son of former boxing champ Gene Tunney, had proved himself a heavyweight in his own right. Hauling in a hefty 54 percent of the vote in his match against G.

Bella Abzug

Profile

"Women's Liberation? It's old hat to me--I've been living it for nearly 30 years and I wouldn't have it any other way." Life with Bella Abzug, a quintessentially emancipated woman who is currently serving her first term as Representative for New York's 19th Congressional District, is thus described

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Lee Lorenz

"And here's my dog, Spot."

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Paul White

"Didn't I hear you threaten to walk home a minute ago?"

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Tobey

"Joan Westlake is having an abortion."

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John Dempsey

"I'm glad you're twenty-nine, my dear. I prefer older women."

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Malcolm Hancock

"Far out! I thought most cows just ate grass!"

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William Hoest

"Better take your hand out ... this is my stop."

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Buck Brown

"Cap'n, we'd like to form a rock group!"

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Donald Reilly

"Corny, but if it'll pull the kids in, I'll go along with it."

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John Bernard Handelsman

"But I mean this war has been going on for years. That would seem to give it a certain legality."

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M.K. Brown

"Now, this may be a little painful, Mr. Fenton." "Now, this may be a little painful, Mr. Fenton."

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Don Madden

"Say what you will, the kid can really handle a love song!"

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Don Orehek

"At last, my prince has come!"

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Gahan Wilson

"Come on, Boffo, it's time to get into your costume!"

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"I don't care, Harry--overtipping is vulgar!"

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Donald Reilly

"You should be making the same as the Pope!"

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Bernard Kliban

"No, thanks ... just browsing."

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Michael Ffolkes

"Damn it, Cheevers, you might at least decant the port."

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Bob Schochet

"I think we'd better check with the Parks Department."

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Cliff Roberts

"Your maw wouldn't lie to you, Jasper. I really don't know where you came from!"

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Doug Sneyd

"Sorry, doctor; house calls are out of the question at the moment, but any time you care to drop by...."

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William Hamilton

"For God's sake, Gilda--I've got a railroad to run!"

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ALB (A.R. Saunders)

"Remember how we used to say nothing would ever come between us. . . ."

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Buck Brown

"Too bad your husband's out of town for the holiday weekend. He's missing all the fireworks!"

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Joseph Farris

"If we get out of this alive, I'm quitting the space program!"

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Francis Wilford-Smith

"Now will you go to bed with me?"

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John Dempsey

"It's nice to see youngsters taking an interest in nature."

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George Booth

"It's a blend of ground meats and tasty gravies appetizingly poured over a shingle."

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Buck Brown

"No, I'm not tired--just trying to remember why we were going upstairs."

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