Issue: 19910301

Friday, March 1, 1991
March
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Friday, November 21, 2014
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Articles
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PLAYBOY
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0002.xml
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Sony
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Sony
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PLAYBILL
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WHAT is IT, exactly, that Madonna is trying to tell us? That a strong woman can be smart and foolish, glamourous and tacky, tough and tender, all at the same time? Or has she pulled off the biggest hoax since Milli Vanilli? Writer Michael Kelly takes on these questions in Playgirl of the Western World, with an illustration by Olivia De Berardinis.
Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0004.xml
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Justerini & Brooks: Scotch Whisky
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Justerini & Brooks
Scotch Whisky
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0005.xml
tableOfContents
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PLAYBOY
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0006.xml
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Playboy
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Advertisement: du Pont REGISTRY
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du Pont REGISTRY
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0008.xml
masthead
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PLAYBOY
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0009.xml
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ESCORT
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ESCORT
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0010.xml
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Calvin Klein: ETERNITY
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Calvin Klein
ETERNITY
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DEAR PLAYBOY
JAY LENO
UNDER GOD
"COMING OUT RIGHT"
PETER JENNINGS, FAMILY MAN
SHERILYN FENN
IN DEFENSE OF NASA
THE MEN OF DESERT SHIELD
BLANCHARD'S BLUES
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The mention of self-hypnosis in the Playboy Interview with Jay Leno (December) is most intriguing. Although the term is never used, he does use such phrases as “going into a trance,” “rhythm of the thing,” “I fall asleep,” “My pulse drops way down.”
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CML Company: NordicTrack
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CML Company
NordicTrack
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0013.xml
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Advertisements
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L.A. Gear
LANDMARK
L.A. Gear
STREET HIKER HIGH
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0014.xml
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JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO.: JIM BEAM
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JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO.
JIM BEAM
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0015.xml
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PLAYBOY AFTER HOURS
GETTING PERSONAL
ROOM SERVICE
I WANT MY ACTV
SPEEDY DELIVERY
WHEEL TALK
PERRIER: THE SOURCE
BOSS KENNEDY
L.A. INDIGESTION
WANTED
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Eric Neher, editor of the New York shopping guide Manhattan Pennysaver, has fashioned the ultimate Big Apple column: “The Anti-Personals.” A weekly forum for people who want to “dis an ex-lover” or “slay a rotten neighbor,” “The Anti-Personals” urges readers to “give the gift of hate.”
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WHERE'S LEFTY?
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Ray Bradbury
It was first reported as an absence without leave, then as a disappearance, then as a kidnaping. Lenin’s body, that is. It vanished from beneath the Kremlin wall (where it had rested in a glass tomb since 1924) one December night. No word has been received from the thieves or kidnapers, nor has there been a demand for ransom.
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FM: EXCALIBUR
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FM
EXCALIBUR
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MOVIES
MOVIE SCORE CARD
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BRUCE WILLIAMSON
RENATA BELLA (Holly Hunter), recently jilted by a live-in beau, takes off on a Caribbean jaunt in search of a recharge. On her return to Boston, she takes along a much older man (Richard Dreyfuss) to meet her Italian-Catholic family. Plotwise, Once Around (Universal) is hardly new, but it’s a charming, romantic human comedy, thanks both to screenwriter Malia Scotch Marmo and to Scandinavian director Lasse Hallstrom, whose Swedish-language movie My Life as a Dog was a hit.
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VIDEO
GUEST SHOT
VIDEO SLEEPERS
VIDEOSYNCRASIES
THE HARDWARE CORNER
COUCH-POTATO VIDEO OF THE MONTH:
COUCH-TOMATO VIDEO OF THE MONTH:
SHORT TAKES
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SUSAN KARLIN
BRUCE WILLIAMSON
MAURY LEVY
"I have very eclectic tastes,” says Emmy-winning talk-show host Sally Jesse Raphael. Apparently so: Her personal video library includes (among others) The Godfather, Fred Astaire and Shirley Temple flicks, Disney cartoons and all the Crosby and Hope Road pictures.
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Topol
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0021.xml
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MUSIC
ROBERT CHRISTGAU
VIC GARBARINI
CHARLES M. YOUNG
NELSON GEORGE
GUEST SHOT
DAVE MARSH
FAST TRACKS
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BARBARA NELLIS
THE FAILURE of the Pretenders' Packed! (Sire) to reach anybody but hard-core Chrissie Hynde fans is enough to make you think that guitars are going out of style. Despite producer Mitchell Froom's keyboards, it’s old Rockpile stalwart Billy Bremner who defines Hynde’s toughest bunch of songs in a decade, adding signature rock-and-roll crunch and reverb to singing and writing that have become more sinuous with the years.
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0023.xml
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Volkswagen
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Volkswagen
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0024.xml
review
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STYLE
WATCH WORDS TO THE WISE
SECOND BORN
HOT SHOPPING: MIAMI
VIEWPOINT
GENTLEMEN, YOU MAY SMOKE
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A Rolex or a Cartier is great for making a timely statement about your financial well-being, but there are occasions when discretion may caution against wearing a watch that costs more than your boss’s monthly salary. For those moments, there are elegant alternatives in stylish, well-crafted but relatively inexpensive watches.
Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0025.xml
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MERKSAMER
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MERKSAMER
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0026.xml
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BMG Music Service
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BMG Music Service
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BOOKS
BOOK BAG
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DIGBY DIEHL
AS THE MAZE of computer technology becomes more sophisticated every day, a sizable cottage industry has developed in books that demystify this brave new world of gigabytes and HyperCard. At the beginner’s level are general introductions such as Peter McWilliams’ witty and whimsical The Personal Computer Book (Prelude) and The First Book of Personal Computing (Sams), by W. E. Wang and Joe Kraynak.
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COLUMBIA HOUSE VIDEO
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COLUMBIA HOUSE VIDEO
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MEN
A QUESTION OF FOCUS
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ASA BABER
Pssst! Hey, you. Yeah, you, the guy reading this column. You and I are engaged in a confidential transaction, did you know that? It's you and me and the printed page. There's no one else involved. Privacy? You have complete privacy here. So let me ask you a question.
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Harley: Sportster883
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Harley
Sportster883
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0031.xml
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THE PLAYBOY ADVISOR
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Here's one for the books. My lover and I are having an argument about sexual fantasies. Recalling that Jimmy Carter once confessed to lusting in his heart for other women, she asked how many women I had slept with—in my heart. Like a fool, I told her.
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THE PLAYBOY FORUM
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PROFILES IN HOMOPHOBIA
THE CONGRESSMAN
THE PAPER OF RECORD
THE SENATOR
THE COLUMNIST
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DANIEL COLEMAN
RICHARD COHEN
STEPHEN RAE
The rancor on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives last July was unusually intense as members debated the political future of Barney Frank. The popular Massachusetts Democrat, who had acknowledged a relationship with Stephen L. Gobie, a male prostitute, had been the subject of an ethics-committee probe.
Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0034.xml
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FORUM
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READER RESPONSE
QUORUM SEX?
THE MAKINGS OF WAR
NC-17 CONTROVERSY
GLOBAL-WARMING CZAR?
"DATE RAPE"
WHAT DO YOU REALLY KNOW ABOUT CONDOMS?
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Having finished The Playboy Forum’s series on date rape, I was astonished by the coverage of a trial in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. A 29-year-old man met a 26-year-old woman who suffers from multiple-personality disorder. (She claims to have anywhere from 21 to 46 personalities—each dominated by a specific emotion.)
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FORUM
Reporter's Notebook
THE OBSCENITY AMENDMENT
if the constitution is to be shredded, let the people do it
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ROBERT SCHEER
Like death and taxes, it seems that sex and censorship will always be with us. Now more than ever. With Jesse Helms triumphantly back in the Senate, and liberal Justice William Brennan retired from the Supreme Court, it’s time to reflect again on sexual expression and the First Amendment.
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FORUM
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NEWSFRONT
what's happening in the sexual and social arenas
THE CENSORSHIP SAILS ON
LIES AND DOLLS
FEDPORN, INC.
SMUT BUSTERS
S.T.D.s and HIV
MORE TEENAGE SEX
UNDETECTABLE WEAPON?
NEXT TIME, SHOUT IT OUT
NO JOKE ORGASMS
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA—Local school parents have forced removal of the children’s classic “My Friend Flicka” from the fifthand sixth-grade optional-reading lists. Parents objected because the book contains the word damn and the word bitch in reference to a female dog.
Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0037.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: Bucks
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Philip Morris Inc.
Bucks
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0038.xml
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THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS
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THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0039.xml
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Playboy Interview
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M. Scott Peck
a candid conversation with america's all-time best-selling psychiatrist about the joys of love, the evils of satan and the problem with fidelity
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<p>“Life is difficult.” With those three words, psychiatrist M. Scott Peck began his landmark book “The Road Less Traveled” and launched millions of personal breakthroughs, religious conversions and psychological catharses. Few books since the Bible have influenced so many people.</p>
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Columbia House LASERDISC CLUB
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Columbia House LASERDISC CLUB
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0041.xml
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Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
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Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0042.xml
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Hamilton Classics
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Hamilton Classics
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Co.: Winston
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Co.
Winston
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0044.xml
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Anheuser-Busch, Inc.: Bud Dry
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Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
Bud Dry
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0045.xml
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CANOE
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MBI
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MBI
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BACARDI
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Advertisements
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Co.
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0050.xml
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Volkswagen: Golf
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Volkswagen
Golf
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0051.xml
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Michelob
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SHOWDOWN IN CINCINNATI
the obscenity trial of a museum director for exhibiting robert mapplethorpe photographs had a happy ending. what came up during the trial is much more terrifying
THE FACE OF THE ENEMY
THE COURTROOM
THE CLOSING ARGUMENTS
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JAMES R. PETERSEN
IF YOU WANT to find the truth about a trial or a war, find the nearest bar. In the case of The State of Ohio vs. the Contemporary Art Center and Dennis Barrie, the lobby bar in the Omni Netherland Plaza serves the out-of-town press. In a way, the two-story lobby symbolizes Cincinnati’s preposterous vision of itself.
Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0053.xml
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CUBA LIBRE
AFTER HIS TRIUMPH IN MOSCOW, OUR MAN VENTURES OFF LIMITS IN THE CARIBBEAN
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JEFF COHEN
LAST YEAR, I wrote about my journey to the Soviet Union and the adventures my team and I had there, finding and photographing Russia’s most beautiful women (Mission: Implausible, Playboy, February 1990). The food, the grimfaced customs officials, the surly people convinced me that Moscow was not the fun capital of the world.
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A QUIZ YOU CAN'T REFUSE
test your knowledge of gunmen and godfathers with playboy's gangster s.a.t.s
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WILLIAM J. HELMER
LET'S SEE. There've been GoodFellas, State of Grace and Miller's Crossing, not to mention Godfather III and a raft of TV movies celebrating gangsters. Bad guys are hot again, and you're going to feel pretty silly when your friends discover that you don't know "Machine Gun" Kelly from "Machine Gun" Jack McGurn or Ma Barker from Bonnie Parker.
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PLAYBOY PROFILE
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PLAYGIRL of THE WESTERN WORLD
WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SLUT FEMINISM, WHERE MADONNA'S SOFT-CORE AND A SHREWD SELL ADD UP TO HARD CASH
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MICHAEL KELLY
PLEASE, take Madonna. Seriously. Madonna Louise Ciccone has made more than $100,000,000 over the past four years selling the extraordinary product of herself. She will undoubtedly make even more over the next four. Her business is singing, dancing and acting; the singing is not great and is sometimes lip-synched, the dancing is energetic but not inspired, the acting is appealing but amateurish.
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PRICELSS JULES
miss march dazzles her way from coast to coast
PLAYMATE DATA SHEET
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MY HEAD'S still spinning," says Julie Clarke, best known for turning men's heads on the beaches of her beloved Naples, Florida. Seven months ago, she was working the phones at a local health club. Now that job's on hold. Julie—"Jules" to her friends—is living a life "that's like a fantasy vacation."
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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The nervous young attorney shuffled papers and tried to look busy on his first morning at the prestigious law firm. As his secretary was leading his first client into the office, the lawyer snatched up the telephone receiver and barked, “I’m sorry, but I have a tremendous caseload and won’t be able to look into this for at least two months.
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FORE PLAY
great golf garb and gear that come in way under par
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HOLLIS WAYNE
DRESSING for a round of golf has come full circle. In the Twenties, when the game first hit its stride in the U.S., players wore street clothes. Today, golf is the fastest-growing participant sport, and whether you're playing a public course or a more posh one such as the P.G.A. National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, where we photographed this feature, what you wear on the links can be worn for almost any casual occasion.
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THE CLONE ZONE
we have made vast strides in the biological sciences— we will want you to visit our laboratories
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ROBERT SILVERBERG
THE AIRPORT was very new. It had a bright, shiny, major-world-capital feel, and for a moment, Mondschein thought the plane had landed in Rio or Buenos Aires by mistake. But then he noticed the subtle signs of deception, the tackiness around the edges, the spongy junk behind the gleaming façades, and knew that he must, indeed, be in Tierra Alvarado.
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STEPHANIE
A HERB RITTS PORTFOLIO
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START WITH a secluded beach, miles of white sand on Hawaii’s Kona coast. Paint the sky turquoise to match the smooth Pacific. Add one of the world’s most beautiful women, equal parts beauty and energy, and one of the reigning photographers of celebrity and glamour.
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HOME, SMART HOME
GEORGE JETSON, EAT YOUR HEART OUT!
HOME IS WHERE THE SMART IS
MULTIROOM SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
INTELLIGENT VIDEO
PHONE NETWORKING 1991
LOOKING AHEAD
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JONATHAN TAKIFF
EXCITING ADVANCEMENTS in home electronics in recent years have led to a host of new products designed to transform even the humblest home into a technological wonderland. High-I.Q. television sets, VCRs and stereo equipment—even tiny black boxes that virtually run the house—these indentured electronic servants provide preprogrammed, mixed-media, multiroom audio and video entertainment, and they perform such mundane tasks as opening the door, lighting the fire and drawing the bath.
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Serigrafia Limited Inc.
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Serigrafia Limited Inc.
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TIME-LIFE BOOKS, INC.
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TIME-LIFE BOOKS, INC.
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AUSTIN NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.: WILD TURKEY
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AUSTIN NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.
WILD TURKEY
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Playboy_19910301_0038_003_0065.xml
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TIME-LIFE BOOKS, INC.
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TIME-LIFE BOOKS, INC.
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WILKINSON
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WILKINSON
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Jack Daniel Distillery: TENNESSEE WHISKEY
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Jack Daniel Distillery
TENNESSEE WHISKEY
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TRON: THE JAPANESE INTELLIGENT HOUSE
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DENNIS NORMILE
LESS THAN A MILE front the clubs and discos of Tokyo’s Roppongi district is an elegant twostory house. From the outside, there is little to distinguish it from the neighboring buildings. But three days a week, when it’s open to the public, the year-old home draws a crowd any club owner would envy.
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WHERE & HOW TO BUY
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Page 102: Jacket and pullover by British Open, at Bigsby & Kruthers, all Chicago locations, 708-498-5700. Shirt by Cross Creek, at Oak Tree Country Club, 700 West Country Club Dr., Edmond, OK 73034, 405-340-1010. Trousers by Bobby Jones, at F. R. Tripler & Co., 366 Madison Ave., N.Y.C. 10017, 800-869-7848.
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PLAYBOY ON THE SCENE
DATS APLENTY
GRAPEVINE
POTPOURRI
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Landscape Variations
$1500
In December’s Christmas Gift Guide, we featured a signed sterling-silver puzzle titled Landscape Variations by renowned sculptor Richard Hunt. Priced at $1500, it was a great buy that was bound to go up in value. But if your bank balance is on the small side, you can own the 8¼"x8¼" puzzle nestled in a walnut base and not have to hock your Rolex to do so. The bronze version pictured here is available for $160, postpaid, by calling 800-345-6066 and asking for item HK-3198. They’re selling fast.
renowned sculptor Richard Hunt
Jeeves Takes Charge
$8.50
P. G. Wodehouse may have gone to that great Drones Club in the sky, but his most beloved characters, Jeeves and Bertie Wooster, live on in a new one-hour audio tape, Jeeves Takes Charge, read by Edward Duke. (The selections are from Duke’s triumphant Wodehouse stage tour in which he played all the characters.) The price: $8.50, postpaid, from Buckingham Classics, P.O. Box 597441, Chicago 60659. If Wodehouse isn’t your cuppa, old bean, Buckingham also offers a tape of Fanny Hill.
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Screwdevil lures
$3.95
We seldom feature fishing lures in Potpourri, but when you chance upon one named Screwdevil and when the company that manufactures it also sells T-shirts picturing “The Original Screwdevil” and Old Scratch himself, well, you just go to the Devil. D and N Enterprises, P.O. Box 473, Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190, markets the Screwdevil lures for $3.95 each, postpaid. But the T-shirts are what most of D and N’s customers are hooked on. They are available in sizes small through extra large for $13.95, postpaid. D and N claims that its lures “do catch fish.” Think we’ll bite?
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If you’ve followed the sun from Agadès to Zamboanga and are still seeking new worlds to conquer, do we have a destination for you! Hanns Ebensten Travel, Inc., 513 Fleming Street, Key West, Florida 33040, is offering 12 adventurous travelers the chance to visit remote Vilcabamba, Peru, the last refuge of the Incas. The tour, July 14 to 26, which costs $3645 per person, not including air fare, begins in Lima. Then it’s on to Cuzco and the ruins of Vilcabamba, where you’ll camp for two nights. From there, you proceed to such name-droppable nirvanas as Nusta Hispanan, Quillabamba, Machu Picchu and Cuzco again. Just hope that someone at the office asks what you did on your summer vacation.
renowned sculptor Richard Hunt
The Dog Made Me Buy It!
Buster Brown’s four-footed friend, Tige, and RCA’s cocked-headed Nipper weren’t the only spokesdogs to become howling successes. In the $12.95 softcover The Dog Made Me Buy It!, by Alice L. Muncaster and Ellen Sawyer, ads for Great Dane coal, St. Bernard sardines and Greyhound moving vans are depicted among 130 photos of dogs in advertising.
renowned sculptor Richard Hunt
Rizzoli’s companion book
$40
You don’t have to be an Anglophile to lose yourself in London Living Style, a Rizzoli coffee-table book containing 250 color photos of such diverse residences as an artist’s studio in Kentish Town and a town house in Belgravia. There are shots of foyers, bedrooms and kitchens. The price: $40. Not into London? Rizzoli’s companion book, At Home in France, also $40, takes you from a Paris pied-à-terre to a country château. Très bien.
renowned sculptor Richard Hunt
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PowaKaddy Remote, “the world’s first remote-controlled golf caddie,” is about to emerge from the clubhouse to accompany wellheeled duffers over hill and dale. No, it won’t throw clubs into the air the way the cart in Caddyshack did, but users will be able to guide the battery-powered PowaKaddy from hole to hole via a handheld control. When fully charged, the unit—which will sell for about $1400—is good for 18 holes. For more information, call PowaKaddy USA, Inc., at 800-648-7222. Play through!
renowned sculptor Richard Hunt
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The first general-merchandise catalog geared to the jazz community is out and you’ll find plenty of jazzy stuff in its 41 pages—including videos, books, CDs, audio cassettes, posters, postcards, photoprints, T-shirts and much more. The price is only two dollars sent to The Jazz Store, 333-L Beech Avenue, Garwood, New Jersey 07027. Or if you really have the hots for some very cool sounds or merchandise, there’s also a phone service: 201-233-9529 is the number to note.
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Seen a poster or a reproduction of a work of art that you can’t live without? Contact Print Finders, a service that researches and quotes the price of the picture you’re seeking. All you do is supply Print Finders with the name of the artist and the title of the image and they’ll let you know its availability, size and cost. (Print Finders sells the image at retail, without adding a search fee.) Their address is 15 Roosevelt Place, Scarsdale, New York 10583. The Wagon-Bar poster pictured here is only $40. Nice.
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After years of being on pause, digital audio tape (DAT) is finally moving fast forward into the U.S. No, you don't have to discard your compact discs. DATs are to analogue cassettes what CDs are to LPs—with one exception. You can record on DAT.
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“UNCLE ANDY GEE’S FAREWELL SHOW”—IT SURE AIN’T HOWDY DOODY TIME WHEN A SMALL TV STATION’S TERMINALLY ILL KIDS’-SHOW HOST ASKS TO TAPE HIS ULTIMATE FAREWELL-FICTION BY STEPHEN RANDALL “POACHING”—YOUNGER WOMEN, OLDER MEN. ONCE CALLED CRADLE ROBBING, THIS GAME OF SEXUAL MUSICAL CHAIRS MAY JUST BE DEVELOPING INTO THE DATING TREND OF THE NINETIES.
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