Hef puts the squeeze on "Dream Girls"
That's Patti McGuire Connors on Hef's right and Sondra Theodore and Carrie Leigh on his left. What brought them all together was the most famous pajama party on the West Coast, Midsummer Night's Dream at Playboy Mansion West. Other well-known revelers included Michael J. Fox, Emilio Estevez, Christopher Penn, Shannon Tweed and Kiss's Gene Simmons.
Big Yuks in Chicago
Actress/comic Marsha Warfield headlined Playboy's Windy City Comedy Blow-Out, which was taped for The Playboy Channel. Warfield and a cast of hot young comics played it strictly for laughs. If you missed it, don't despair; they will run it again in 1988.
The Mighty Rabbit
That's our famous logo painted on a German warship docked in Baltimore Harbor. Although the sign said, Photographieren Verboten, our intrepid photographer risked all to capture the image in the interests of posterity.
Beauty and the Beasts
October 1987 Playmate Brandi Brandt visited the TKE fraternity house at California State University at Chico, our number-one party school—and, as expected, she got one heck of a welcome. These guys are proud. Go, Chico!
Donna brings her special cheer
Playmate of the Year Donna Edmondson visited patients at the Veterans Administration medical facility in Des Moines and caught some flak from a few prudish staffers. Said Donna, "I did what I wanted to do.... What other people think, that's their right to feel that way." Then, with a smile, she went off to charm the vets and the rest of the staff.
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, chairman and editor in chief of U.S. News & World Report, presented our Christie Hefner with the 1987 Human Relations award from the Publishers and Distributors Division of the American Jewish Committee. We're proud.