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August
1973
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Mail (A resourceful reader translates our February centerfold into type art> More), Openers (Foolproofing the obscene phone call, cameling the Sahara, odds and ends), Revue (Kael lost it at the movies; D. Keith Mano found it stuck to the bottom of his seat), I, Jodorowsky (The world's weirdest filmmaker remembers chicken slaughter and sees God in a Big Mac), Fiona Lewis (A pretty girl develops a case of the revolutionary itch - and scratches it), The Phone Freaks Last Stand (Are they the logical rejoinder to Metacorp, or just a bundh of staticheads? No maatter. A.T.&T. isn't wasting any more time being reasonable about them), Dancing Clothes (Lurex bathing suits and studded denims; it's Fifties Revival garb. Put out a bowl of popcorn and turn up the radio; these clothes will start dancing without any help from you), Full-Steam Eddy (His bike has neither brakes nor gears. Sometimes his groin bleeds where it rubs against the saddle. His earnings are estimated at half a million dollars a year), Wildflower Sun (Marie Ekkore gives her measurements only in centimeters. Raw figures don't matter. Ratiod so), Conversations With Diana Rigg (She wants children, but she doesn't want marriage. She likes relationships, but she prefers to be alone. Emma Peel of The Avengers is about to take on a Hollywood TV sitcom), Oui's Heavy 20 (Heiresses and society girls, the world's most eligible bachelorettes. Pretty, too. Unfortunately, you're never going to get much closer to them than this), Face-To-Face With The Goat God (The doors of perception swing both ways. William Burroughs and Craig Karpel see God), French Postcards (No, not the Eiffel Tower; the adult, sexy kind), De Emperor Of Ice Cream (Right here in North America. That's extant, not extinct), The Bottom Of France (Girls and boys frolic in the world's finest altogether
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October
1973
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Mail (Sadomasochism is (a) revealing (b) revolting), Openers (How to stuff 28 vanilla wafers in y0ur mouth in Utah), Satellite (Clos de Montmartre; The City of Paris as wine merchant), Revue (Jesus Christ, Superbore; the offal truth about religion), Mirrors (A long, hot afternoon in a maison de passe), Notes On Bette (Outside Ms. Midler), Springtime For Hitler (Der Fuhrer never asked "Is Paris Burning?" What he said was "Is Paris boring"), Halfway To Paradise (Club Med gives good head trips), Tall, Dark And Caribbean (What this country needs is a couple of good 60-cent cigars. Cuba libre!), On Being Marie-Pascale Strill (Nudity and the natural order), Conversation With Gay Talese (Is it possible to report on sexual fantasy? Sure. What you do is get your subjects to interview you), La Vie Parisienne (A quick review of European sophistication from the years 1920-40, with marginal notes on how to secularize the performance), New Fascism In Italy (First the Church, then the Mafia, and now this! Don't you people care about public relations at all>), Dirty Little Michael (Mr. Pollard updates sleazo chic for the fashion world), An Old-Fashioned Girl (Gender as motive), Hanna Hold Is Dripping Wet (Tight. But then, who isn't?), Thai Boxing Chicken (Southeast Asia has more to it than the Viet Cong. It's got - for one thing - good food), Last Rites (Daddy, you've been on my mind)
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December
1973
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Mail (Golden "Goldie" Pell wuz robbed, and you know it!), Openers (Chastity belts in Rome; garter belts in Paris. More), Satellite, Revue (Irish Whiskey is bad for your health. Northern Irish whiskey is bad for your soul), Papillon's Last Big Deal (After Devil's Island; Guiana), Janne In India (A girl and her elephant), Son Of Truffaut (Can we forgive Jean-Pierre Leaud for remindung us that Francois Truffaut has a lousy side? Probably), Gifts That Last (Form follows function. These items, photographed by Hiro, have all been endorsed as genuine works of art by the Museum of Modern Art, New York City), Tiny Archibald (Unlike Chamberlain, Tiny actually has to jump for the hoop, is basketball being taken over by dwarfs?), Joelle Alexandre (Clothes make the man, unmake the woman), Conversation With Colin Wilson (Women just aren't smart enough, he says), Fur Fashion (To hell with ecology), Cannibalism (You always eat the one you love), Aunt Nancy (Young woman, younger man), Lamb (Sheeps, don't fail me now), Worse Than Verse (Puns that will rest the senses, boggle the mind), Satin Zell (In Jamica, they don't kid around), Getting Straight (Limp doesn't matter, says Germaine Greer), Adolph's Used Cars (By Tom Miller), Plus (People in masks, page 103. Motorcycle madness, page 107)
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March
1974
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Mail (The importance of being in tweed), Satellite (The wild side of the Trevi Fountain), Openers (The Biostar Electronic watch can tell your time), Revue (Mano picks Mean Street as best film of '73), Transaction (Love at 40 is bittersweet and sensible), Nadina (Queen of the Nalkans), Pop Go The Pubs (Rock and drag replace pints and darts), Frenching The French (Or flashing the snatch), Laure Berg (She's been simmering for 20 years, now she's ready), Conversations With Ingmar Bergman (A happy Bergman is unthinkable, but life on Faro hasn't been bad at all), How To Drink Tequila (Never mind all those faggy margaritas and sunrises, hoss, just sick it down(, You're Fired (You've got to be really bad or really good to get the ax these days), Shining Intertwining (Photography so natural the models came from an organic-food store), Cafe Racers (Elegant motorcycles? You bet your latest leathers, Marlon), Can Israel Survive Dayan? (Swift is his sword, wherever he may be), Just Good Friends (When we meet again, introduced as "friends", please don't let on that you knew me then), Championship Beefcake (Schwarzenegger vs Nubret; narcissism = discipline; discipline = money. Charles Atlas, RIP), The Sonic Dildo Meet How Wachspress of San Francisco, inventor of the world's first no-contact orgasm machine)
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April
1975
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Mail, Openers, Prevue, Revue, Satellite, Envy (A man's desire backfires, and leads to murder), Michael And Karen (Callan expresses the dreams of man), Women In Crime (They've always been dangerour, but now they're armed. This ain't no bush league), Fashion On The Run (Clothes that will keep you in and out of the press), Berlin Lives! (That's right, folks. There's more fun than you can shake your Bratwurst at), Elena With Shadow (She's a changing quality of light), Conversation With Gore Vidal (Wherein he talks about men, women and vegetables), How To Kill Time (Best advice since Proust), Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Sculpture (Chris Burden is his own raw material), Great Golf (Which beer gives the best head?), An Itsy-Bitsy View Of London (Ralph Steadman opens his eyes), Sliwka Weiner (She's a tongue twister), Porn In The Vatican? (Or is this just a lot of papal bull?
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May
1975
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Mail, Openers, Prevue, Revue, Satellite, Operation Red Rose (Presedential fiction from the pen of J.F.K.'s former Press Secretary), Vamps Revamped (The burning secrets of the Thirties, undraped), The New Improved Paranoia (Rex Weiner, Craig Karper and Bockris-Wylie fearfully look over their shoulders), Love Is Never Having To Say Anything (Camp's head counselor doesn't think you should do it at all. Art imitates art), Judy Down Under (In which we learn about Judy on top. She prefers not to fool Moter Nature), Conversations With Carl Sagan (The galaxy's greatest authority on extraterrestrial life explains how to be civil to people who don't look anything like you), To Our Customers (Inflation hits all walks of life. Even those whose living is walking), Sleep Tight (Clothes to wear to bed before you're all hot and bothered), A Consumer's Guide To Vibrators (What's shaking with the ultimate substitute. This isn't hand jive), Zen And The Art Of Frisbee (A report from the masters who have fefied Newton and found peace), Stealthily Sandra (She prowls through life looking for the seams), Horny Huns Invade Bangkok (The Germans really Thai one on. Hans meets the cream of Siam
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June
1975
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Satellite, Sandstone Revisited (In California, it's possible to find significance in the midst of an orgy), Anyone For Tennis? (Clothes to beat the heat of the game), Blood In The Stands (Kick, bite, punch! Soccer is pretty interesting even if you don't watch the field), Down Is Up (But Didier and Claudine are somewhere in between), Journey Through The American Motel Nightmare (An unflinching look at the three worst places to have an orgasm), Notorious Nina (The councilor was just a friend, she says, and she's got the goods to prove it), Conversations With Jean-Paul Sartre (An authentic event! The sensational Maraxist bares his angst), Mercenaries Reunion (Who says you can't teach the old dogs of war new tricks?), Bugatti (The car that did Isadora Duncan in flashes before your eyes). All That Glitters Is Not Lou Reed (Despite the popularity, Lou smacks of genius and of Rimbaud), Apollonia (Greek culture takes on new forms. Circe learns to do the Bump), The Endless Summer School (Why bother with restoration Drama 342 when there's all this?), Plus: (News reports of soccer violence; and why Charles Manson is not in our magazine)
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July
1975
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Satellite, Passionately Paula (She llikes older men), Empty Echoes From The Age Of Aquarius (As we slouched into our 20s, nirvana slipped away), Rolling On (Summer fashions jam the derby. Joan Weston, watch out!), Building A Bigger Bust (Cup size sometimes corresponds to grade point average. But what's lost in a mouthful is still fun to fiddle with), Diana: A Self-Portrait (The canvas she's rodking on is the painting called herself), Conversation With John C. Holmes (In which the world's best-hung porn star explains teh joys of living among Lilliputians), Remedial Tennis (Spiro Agnew should have read this. A complete guide for athletes who only know how to take a shower), How Europeans Stole Our Jazz (First they took us to the cleaners with the Marshall Plan. Now this), The World's Sexiest Beach (Sure, you can run around bare-assed anywhere, but it's more fun to drop trou in St. Tropez among people who speak another language), Brothels Of The World (An unhurried look at the business of pleasure. When in India, ask for the Rampur Room), The Odessa File Reopened (The man who won't let sleeping Nazi dogs lie), Love Sounds (Ever wonder what foreigners say when they're about to explode? These are real nocturnal emissions)
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August
1975
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Satellite, Marvelously Marianne (She gambles to a fever pitch), The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Callgirl (Amanda - in her own words), Peel-Offs (Fashion for sweaty climes; how to dress in a banana republic), Marijuana Finds Peace In Oregon (California's neighbor blows the lid off the criminalization of pot. Maybe the rest of the country will, too), Kathy Computes (The computer was just a cold machine until she licked its sensors), Conversations With Paul Krassner (The man who thrives on outrage outdoes himself. Learn what really went on at the Chicago Seven trial), Etiquette (A gingerly guide to handling sticky situations), The War Of The Innocents (A behind-the-scenes account of Arab terrorism), The Ultimate Bicycle (Here it is, Cycle freaks! A leisurely look at the best in ten-speeds), An Investor's Guide To Comic Art (There's gold (BIFF!) in these (POW!) pages (CRRUNCHH!)), Jane Birkin, Chained (She explains the solution to all disciplinary problems), How Japanese TV Turns A Nation On (While we watch I Love Lucy reruns, our friends in the East get their horizontal hold fiddled with(, The New Rolls-Royce (They look more like Detroit than before, but most of them are sold to people in the Middle East)
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September
1975
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Satellite, Marte (She lost her virginity years ago, bbut the search goes on), The Organic Gravy Train (If you're really concerned about nutrition, you'll stick to Big Macs), Seventies Nostalgia Quiz (Searching questions about the quality of culture as we are living it. Multiple-choice answers natch), Lesbian Mystique (What goes on when like attracts like in the women's demimonde), Country-Club Prisons (In which we learn that some slammers are not what they are cracked up to be), Denise (She needs a man she must look up to), Conversation With Reggie Jackson (The Oakland A's superstar talks about baseball's darker side), Marcello's Cello (Lucretia is the instrument of his Roman fiddlings), CIA vs. USA (We all know a take-over is possible, and now, here's how), The Jeaning Of America (The noted novelist explains how the West was spun), The Uri Geller Toucch (So what if he can bend keys with his bare vibes. Who needs bent keys), Cat Fight In The Powder Room (A long peek at a punch out in the little girls' room), The Erotic Art Of P.S. 31 (An appreciation of the high school imagination, where technique stays in the back seat where it belongs)
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October
1975
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Mail (Readers find John Holmes limp), Openers (New feature, underwear of the stars), Sex Tapes (How I lost my virginity), Revue (Opinions and dispositions), Who Killed Marilyn Monroe (The circumstances surrounding a not-so-apparent suicide), The Return Of Aunt Nancy (More family fun), Lila The Werewolf (Once a month, it was always the same. She got a taste for blood, and he was left at home alone), The Fun Has Just Begun (High style is a state of mind. So cash in your food stamps for filet mignon, rent a tux and sleep through tomorrow), Sour Grapes (When a country calls it swimming pools piscines, God knows what's in its wine. Besides, there's too much of it), Miss Vicki (The former Mrs. Tiny Tim takes you on a guided tiptoe through her tulips), Conversation With Roger Vadim (The paradigm of French macho tells what it's like to have the pick of the litter), Can Italy Be Saved? (Can they pull this one out of the bag? Is the Pppe Jewish), California Dreamin' (If there are loonier ways of having fun, we haven't found them. Renew your insurance and check out these vehicles), Women Who Rape (The tune some women are whiltling nowadays is: Get it up or we'll cut it off), That Fabulous Battle Of Britain (The English show their resiliency. Written by the illustrator, or, illustrated by the writer), Brigid (She will grab you by your herringbone and unravel your tweeds). Davy Jones' Locker Room (A frog fantasy about seamanship and a certain Miss Fonce Ponce
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November
1975
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Mail (Our readers are fit to be tied), Openers (The first installment of "Show Us Your Tits"), Sex Tapes (Cheating hearts spill the beans), Revue (Mano goes to a peep show), The Train Trip (Gillian muses while the engine roars on), The Future Of Sex (From what we can determine, it's not more of the same), Aural Flex (How to assemble a hi-fi to fit your needs and please your neighbors), Henry Kissinger's Jewish Problem (Making peace with his past may prove to ge an impossible negotiation), Sandra Is Eager To Learn (But our photographer had to do some fast talking), Conversation With Robert M. Pirsio (The motorcycle-maintenance man reveals the sound of one hand clapping), Intra-Vatican Memos (A look under St. Peter's robes), Brazil's St.-Tropez (A fishing village where, for two centavos, everything is plain), Selling Out (Craig Karpel and Elin Schoen reveal the relative joys of kissing ass), The Wow Wedding (Fashions for the modern marriage and how to make those vows stick), French Connection III (The reason Popeye Doyle is having trouble in France is that most of the smack is coming out of Amsterday), Acting Your Age (None of us is growing any younger, but with practice some of us won't feel any older), Raising Heloise (As long as she was going to be bad, she wanted to be good at it)
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December
1975
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Mail (Readers spasm with delight), Openers (Porn's Punch and Judy), Sex Tapes (Sexual games people play), Revue (Humboldt's Gift horse looked in the mouth), Perfectly Claire (She wants you to know what her position is), Incest (Is motherfucker likely to become a term of endearment), Overcoats (Fashionable apparel to keep you more than warm), Politica (Destabilization made easy), Shyness (A report on wallflower nation), Mona (Her fingers do the walking), Conversations With Milton Berle (In which Mr. Television remembers the golden age of comedy as well as his romance with Marilyn Monroe), Terri Hall Is Joanna (The latest star from the film maker who brought you Linda Lovelace), Sea Hunt (How to go around the world without ever taking off your wet suit), Border Episodes (A strange and beautiful story unfolds when our reporter takes a walk on the wild side), Our Lady Of The Downstairs, Upstairs (While the Baron was downstairs, the maid fiddled with milady's fern), The Bitter And The Sweet (A guide to European aperitifs - the perfect afternoon drinks), Meet John Waters (The King of Sleaze wants to shake your hand)
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January
1976
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Datebook Calendar (All 366 days represented), Cocaine Is A Lady (Four women deal), Tasty Frieze (Erotic Indian temples come to life), Why New York Has To Be Saved (If you don't know, read this), Economy Status Cars (True elegance comes cheap), Bahamas 3 (A vacation for you and two girls), Roman Prostitution (A probing report on the Eternal City's oldest profession), Boredom (Stay awake for this one, viewers. It might save your life), Demon Rum (Mai tais are for girls. Cowboys such this stuff straight), Bobby Dreams (And we like to watch), Conversation With Eldridge Cleaver (Like Patty, he wants to come home), Pyramids (Whoopee cushions of the gods?), Sergeant Presto (And the mounted morals squad), The Great Rumors (Lies, lady, lies), Sea Swells (Fashions that go well with salt spray), Dolly Bird (A new cartoon feature in which our heroine gets abducted), Jocelyn Takes A Nap (A touching bedtime story), Films Of King Kong (The suave, hairy simian tells all for his fans), Real Polish Jokes (Is Krakow cracking up?), Pia Sorenson (A country girl)
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February
1976
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Mail (Readers express their delight), Openers (New beer for gays - more gusto, more head), Sex Tapes (Male fantasies, part one), Revue (Mano on making it), Playing With Florence (Sometimes it's fun to pretend you're someone else), Rape: The Federals' Law-And-Order Issue (By Lucian K. Truscott IV), Work Fashions (In Paris, the workers are storming the coutures. The result is flashy and comfortable), The Pizza Papers (America's favorite ethnic food laid bare. A tantalizing, smoldering report), Phobias For Our Time (New things to worry about for the new year), Anne Takes A Look (It started off as a quick look into the mirror, but, before long, Anne was in over her head), Conversations With Dr. Thomas Noguchi (In which the L.A. coroner explains why the dead have a live of their own), Powder Heaven (Using the helicopter as the ultimate chair lift. The higher you get the longer the run), Assassinationists' Establishment (F. Peter Model and Tom Shales explain that when assassination theorists get together, they disagree about more than just assassinations), When Is A Whorehouse Not A Whorehouse? (When it's called otherwise), Dennis And Phyllis Make Love (Not war and not babies), Japanese Women (A prevalent mystery made scrutable), Wine Antics (France's second passion), Bob Marley (Rasta-man as big star)
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March
1976
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Mail (Delighted readers unite), Openers (The practical, all-purpose Swiss army missle), Sex Tapes (Male fantasies, part two), Revue (Mano on the subcontinent), Discovery In Mexico (Three equals more than two plus one), Squeaky Fromme (Manson is still in charge), The Last Ferrari (A fond last look at purebred machines, whose ecology is in danger), The Light At The End Of The Tunnel (A bartender's dream comes true but then sours), Science Without Shame (The medical establishment is caught with its surgical gloves off), Cindy Likes It Exotic (And once you know the ground rules, you'll like it too), Conversation With Redd Foxx (In which the crustiest comedian we know rattles his chains), Dressed To Kill (Fashions for the perfect crime), The Sex Life Of The Foot And Shoe (It's enough to curl your toes), Has Nashville Moved To Austin? (By Karen Thorsen), Corinne Clery's Story Of O (She was battered, abused, bound up, debased and belabored. But she still looks sensational), Bucking The System (If you want to get more for your dollar, don't spend it. Practical uses for an otherwise useless relic), Ron Galella's Greatest Hits (This portfolio by the prince of the paparazzi)
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April
1976
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Mail (Congress sounds off), Openers (Melvin Van Peebles drops tr0u), Sex Tapes (The back road to heaven), Revue (Mano is mortified), Montezuma's Revenge (How not to spend your summer vacation), No, No, Jeannette (This girl has more aces than sleeves), A Case For Polygamy (Welcome to Oyotunji, South Carolina, a little bit of Africa deep in the heart of Dixie), The Fine Art Of The Artichoke (How to cook and eat the world's most sensuous vegetable), How I Learned To Like Sex (How the ex-Yippie and author of Do It! did it), Tish Loves To Ride This dashing equestrienne knows how to stay in the saddle and spare the whip), Round-Table Discussion: Crime In America (Talk crime writers talk tough), Coed Baths (A report from the world's cleanest orgy), Rodeo Rags (What the well-dressed cowboy and cowgirl should wear as they ride off into the sunset), The Return Of Count Von Zeppelin (The future is a big balloon), France Discovers Porn (How a sexy country discovers its real interests late in life)
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May
1976
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Mail (Readers talk back), Openers (The subtle link between Frisbees and V.D.), Sex Tapes (Sexual devices), Revue (Comrade Mano gets pinched), Sylvia Kristel (The Emmanuelle girl does postgraduate work in physical education), Who Killed R.F.K.? (New York's ex-Congressmen asks some hard questions and finds the answers lacking), Unwrapping The Condom Industry (Little is known about the men behind the scuzzbag. And they want to keep it that way), Tennis, Everyone (Out looks at the new equipment guaranteed to improve your stroke), Death By Falling Watermelons (An ecologist encourages you to take a drink of Lake Erie), Kim Learns To Love (Pretty soon she'll be giving courses), Conversation With Idi Amin (Uganda's chief of state explains how he loves the Jews and hates the Commies), Through The Looking Glass (An exciting pictorial of a film guaranteed to change your size), Transcendental Meditation (Like chicken soup, it can't hurt), Watergate Fallout (What do you mean we don't have Richard Nixon to kick around anymore?), Are You Running With Me, Reverend Williams? (The Glide Church has the S.L.A. as its flock), Rooftops Of Rome (Look at all you get for three coins in the fountain), Jenny From The Bronx (She thought she was playing hide-the-salami, but all she got was a cucumber)
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June
1976
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Mail (Some good, some great), Openers (The truth behind Stickball), Sex Tapes (National sexual myths, part one), Revue (Bugs Bunny as unrepentant libido), Estella (Let's all take a peek as she peers from her crow's nest), Brainwashing (Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson and Richard Condon explore the laundromats of consciousness), The Case Against College (Bah, bah, sheepskin), Shades (If the eyes are the windows of the soul, cunglasses must be the Venetian blinds), When Is A Prostitute Not A Prostitute (When she's a man like Fred Doane - so says the judge), Languid Letitia (When she moved from Antigua, the world opened up for her - and showed her blond hair), Conversation With Pele (The world's highest-paid team athlete wants to do more than play ball), The Poll (If networks think the Nielsens are tough, wait until they see what's in store), How The Western Europe Was Won (American's aren't the only people who want to die with their boots on), Third World Geography Quiz (A primer for exploiters and oppressors), Candy Barr (The first real porno star explains why she didn't have to clear her throat in Smart Aleck), Is Oakland The New San Francisco? (There's more than a big bay between these cities)
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July
1976
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Mail (Readers squirm with pleasure), Openers (Lusty elephants terrorize beautiful Indian maiden), Sex Tapes (National sexual myths, part two), Revue 1876 and all that), Pat Takes A Pause (Stick a Nikon in her face and her F stop shutters), The Selling Of Steven Webb (Patty-cake, Patty-cake, agent man, make me some bread as fast as you can), Trunks (When Jerry found out that Mr. Universe was at Caesar's Palace, she popped her pectorals! True admiration in a swimsuit parable), Kill, Carlos, Kill (The man who kidnapped the POEC oil ministers has steady aim and a nice home life), Weekend Warriors (Our reporter follows some amateur hookers to Vegas), Hot And Hildy (She is ready to clutch a whole new world to her bosom), Conversations With Bruce Dern (He spent years jogging through psychotic roles. Now the slowest-rising star has finally made it big), The Facts About The Snuff-Film Rumors (The most revolting wrinkle in films makes most moviegoers blow lunch), Four Brave Soldiers Who Made The Army Mad (A Democrat, a gay activist, an expectant mother and a long-hair), White House Kiss And Tell (Joan Hitchcock's evenings with J.F.K. and Pietro di Donato's afternoon with Mrs. Woodrow Wilson), The Battle That Won The Revolutionary War (Two Tory wenches sneek attack a loyalist lady, and George Washington's honor hangs in the balance), Patti Smith (The frail lady who's become the leader of the toughest pack around: the rock poets), Reeperbahn (Ralph Steadman takes his sketchbook down the wickedest one-third mile in the world)
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September
1976
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Mail (Great thoughts from sensible readers, punctuated!), Openers (Vegetables, move over. Here comes Mineral of the Month), Sex Tapes (Older women, younger men), Revue (Mano rapes and pillages), Joanie (Our sleepiest pictorial yet. She wonders why everyone wants her to wake up), The First Time (Anticipation makes the hard grow fonder. Not to mention the hand), Bleu Jeans (The French make over the American national costume. But the color is still unmistakable), The Mutilation Mystery (Moo murders have swept the country. Who are these people who suck cattle blood and take only choice cuts), Pocket Calculators (The answer to a million questions can rest comfortably in the palm of your hand. Batteries extra), Valium (The most prescribed drug in the country is supposed to take the anxiety away. Nut, in some cases, it's causing anxiety), Squatters' Rights (The campaign to ban pay toilets is one of the strangest movements in political history), Erica Creeps In On Little Cat Feet (And she wears a chandelier around her neck), Conversations With Henny Youngman (The king of the one-liners engages in some extended sentences), The Making Of A Saint (Our media-hip cleric susses out a miracle worker and finds everything sacred), Boston's Combat ZOne (America's primmest city experiments with an adult enterianment zone), Telephone Sex (An operator at the office, Laverne scrambles connections at home), Donna Summer And Sex Rock (Music's coming attraction), The Great Fables Of Our Time (The girl who couldn't get enough, the lethal behive and more), Who (Twyla Tharp dances, Jackie Curtis goes butch, Dennis Hopper makes a strange new movie)
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October
1976
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Mail (Abbie Hoffman mouths off), Openers (Yellow fever dribbles over New York), Sex Tapes (Strange places, stranger acts!), Revue (Mano goes to the zoo), Sharleena (We take a peek into her bathtub and there, underneath the faucet, is she), Bourgeois Is Beautiful (Where all the flower children have gone), Five Bands Weirder Than You Are (But can you dance to them?), Confessions Of An Artificial Inseminator (How one man turned a handicraft into big bucks), The 24-Hour Suit (Helpful hints on how to live in your suit without looking like Khruschev), Elevators (Insights into our between floors daydreams), Kenneth Anger (Babylon's Boswell throws light in the dark corners), Jan Just Needs A Little Time To Herself (You will be convinced), Conversation With Willie Sutton (The gentlest bank robber discusses prisons and how it feels to make an honest living), Ball: Meet Wall (Squash, racquetball, handball, paddleball revealed), America Under Communism (Chairman Nik-Sun's long march pays off), Swine Virus (Little-known facts about our latest-growing infection), The Seduction Of Fifi (Victorian naughtiness ripens in a photo studio. Our ancestral threesomes can barely sit still for the flash to wear off), The Brownsville Bird (A report into the sightings of a huge (prehistoric?) creature in Texas. The scientists are sifting through the birdshit), Dolly Bird (Mischief and merriment accompany our class lass to Wales), Who (Morgan Fairchild can rip your ass off. Elizabeth Ashley has a lot of balls)
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November
1976
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Mail (Weekend warriors redux), Openers (The heartbreak of bullmen's hand), Sex Tapes (Couching down with shrinks), Revue (Devilish children wreak havoc), Kay (A creature of leisure goes cold turkey, then changes her mind), Teen Sex (Is the first taste the sweetest or does practice make it perfect?), How To Be Collegiate (In which we learn to make porn movies on campus), How To Buy A Stereo Set (All the tricks you need to know before you break your amps. Plus: all the latest hardware), The UFOlogist Establishment (Which are screwier, UFOs or the people who investigate them?), Final Score (Three people prove how easy it is to have your very own bomb), The Nikki No One Knows (You'll get to know her better), Justice For Sale? (Percy Foreman, F. Lee Bailey, William Kunstler, Vincent Bugliosi and others discuss how to tip the scales), Big City Blues (And grays and worsteds. Fall fashion for the rush hour), The Howard Hughes Rumors (Was LSD a Hughes experiment that just got out of hand?), Ballet Dancers (Watch the sweat socks come off as the tutus fly), Does Barry Manilow Deserve A Break Today (by Ed McCormack), The Trust Crisis (Lie detectors, Congressional committees, falsies - where will it end), Who (Annie Haslam will freak your tweeters! Neil Istael does "investigative slapstick")
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January
1977
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Mail, Openers, Sex Tapes, Revue, Lisa Mei-Lee (The Chinese tea ceremony explained), Men's Lib (Yak, yak, yak, yak), The Best Of Sex In America (Best putdown: "I already have an asshole in my pants"), Atlantis (20,000 theories under the sea), The CIA In Europe (By Philip Agee and Steve Weissman), Ann Marie (No surgery, no silicone, no tricks. She's all real. Honest), Military Edsels (The Pentagon's biggest flops), Dancing Class (How to shake you ass but appear civilized), European Hand Chatter (Nonverbal communication from across the sea), Animals Speak Out (Primates are bending our ear), Jeanne (She kissed the city goodbye), Conversations With Federico Fellini (The major educator of the eyeball takes a long, hard squint at Casanova), Bionic Ladies Are Coming (Future lovemates will come in transparent crates), Half Time! (The greatest show on turf), Can Table Hockey Police Itself? (Advice tot eh adventurous: tips for the foolhardy), Exclusive! Amazing! Incredible! (Scuz tabloids clean up), Five Hot Items (A retrospective of Francis Giacobetti's lenswork), Clean Up Your Act (Do your epidermis a favor; Make a tingle and smell good), One Mile High (How to solve in-flight boredom), Voodoo In New Orleans (The new South meets that old black magic), Dolly Bird (Our heroine once again goes into the breach), Who (Jacqueline Bissett, Jodie Foster and Richard Edmund, that's who
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February
1977
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Mail(UFO chitchat), Openers (Jacks! The craze that's sweeping the nation!), Sex Tapes (Does size matter?), Revue (Mano has lust in his heart), Katia (She is obsessed with the idea that she has a twin. If you find her, contact us immediately), The All-American Death Angel (Tom Creech was into satanism, drugs, organized but his forte was murder), The CIA's Five Dirtiest Tricks (The Holywood Squares death seat, for instance), Cross-Country Skiing (Who needs mountains when there's all this going on in the valleys), The Mexican Revelation (Ever wonder how they got all that sauce out of litle moles? Wonder no more), Confessions Of A Year-Round Tennis Addict (Heartbreaking facts from a man who has swung his jones in and out of court), Donna Takes A Shower (A soapy saga that will leave you well rinsed), Conversations With Grace Slick (The adulte terrible explains what "Feed you head" really means, and how David Crosby narrowly escaped death), Skirtsmanship (A connoisseur;s guide to copping sights in which we give you do's, don'ts and we-dare-you), My Life As A Woman (The author visits a charm school for transsexuals, and despite the allure of glamor, he decides to stick to his guns), Strange Vanishings (Earth mover, coper wire, Egyptian woman. Now you see them, now you don't), Three Essays On Modern Cities (With astonishing photographs by Helmut Newton), The FBI Has You By The Files (One man's request for secrets about himself), Killer B's (Movie moguls know a good idea when they redo one), Who (Hannah Wilke's Bazooka period and Valerie Perrine, dog lover_
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March
1977
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Mail (Hooker feedback), Openers (How to fly your girlfriend), Sex Tapes (Office boogies), Revue (Nazimania), Emma (She won't take no for an answer. Persistence is rewarded), Yes, There Is Life After Death (Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross takes uson a tour of the afterlife), Small World (Size doesn't matter! A collection of spy stuff that will fit in the palm of your hand), Fun Goo (A lusty look at candy bars and sticky fingers), Top 40 Recorded Phone Messages (A whole Ma Bell catalog of the most literate messages ever left on machines), Cry, The Beloved Lebanon (An Arab Jew looks back at his homeland and says, "It's my country and I'll cry if I want to"), Debra Tate (Sharon's little sister at home in mink. Watch the fur fly), Conversation With Stan Lee (In which the guiding genius of Marvel Comics explains the birth of The Fantastic Four and how V.O. made him what he is today), Bag Time (What people on the West Coast and the East Coast carry their lunch in), Pie-Kill's Greatest Hits (See William F. Buckley, Jr., Daniel Patrick Moynihan and David Frost get it in the puss), There's No Sex Like No Sex (By Dr. Joyce Greller), A Night In The Stateroom (Oui re-creates what the Marx Brothers rent asunder), The New Klan (David Duke gives good hood), In Sweat We Trust (How to survive physical fitness), Mad Magazines (Have a special interest in merceneries, cattle, or young snatch? Check these out!)
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April
1977
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Mail (Our readers punctuated), Openers (April Fools' foolery, high-fashion silliness), Sex Tapes (Going down and getting gooey with food), Revue (Mano pumps iron), Joan (Her phone keeps her busy, it plugs in anywhere), Is This The Man Who Ate Michael Rockefeller? (Probably. Meet the New Guinean who likes rich food), Sex Therapy At Home (A head-on look at self-help for shut-ins), Dr. Buzzard's Shirts (A thinking man's disco threads), Pity The Pure Superhero (Lust lurks despite the Code), Deep Massage (The ecstasy of Rolfing), Bess (She knows full well she's being watched), Conversations With Dr. J. Allen Hynek (In which the most respected UFO scientist sheds light on the weirdness around us), The Busing Controversy Examined (The most talked about mode of transportation in this century is ripe for analysis. Move to the back, please), The Rotary Connection (Turntables, cartridges and other record-saving stuff), One Skidded Over The Cuckoo's Nest (The cult hero of Harold and Maude is back! Relax, he's still looney), Anne Fits Neatly Inside Suzanne (And Suzanne, bless her heart, finds the fit real snug), President Kissinger (All our author wants to do is publish a book about the K; but, boy, does that make the shit hit the fan), Who (Taryn Power in a torrid simian love story, Teri Kezar wants to jump over you, and so forth)
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May
1977
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Mail (Feedback and so forth), Openers (How to fade your jeans plus hard news), Sex Tapes (Scare tactics), Revue (Mano rubs noses with Barbra), Mira Fonseca (Mira, Mira, off the wall, we make a point of returning her call), Ten Good Reasons To Get Out Of Bed (The future is rosier than a 13-year-old cheerleader), Shorts Story (Trousers in the tropics are lopped off midway; all the better for kneesies), Star Trek Trivia Quiz (Come aboard the Enterprise and match wits with the Vulcan. Cheaters will be dematerialized), By Appointment To Her Majesty The Queen (Look at all the goodies on ER II's shopping list), The Band's Perfect Goodbye (Take the best band in the country, add a cluster of heavyweight guest stars, long hours and hard work, and you'll get a flavor of what you missed), Hope (She springs eternal. You'll find room for her in your soul), Conversations With Faye Dunaway (Our only modern-day vamp explains these complicated love scened in Network), The Rites Of Spring (How to get ready for when the air gets giddy with flowers and a young man's thoughts turn into boogie), On The Trail Of The Night Surgeons (Our expert on cattle mutilations digs deeper), The Return Of The Gout (Some of our best friends have it! Port all around), The Elevator (Godfrey and Lucinda push all the buttons), Superfolks (is an aging superhero still faster than a speeding bullet?), Who (Kin Novak, Charlotte Rampling and the fabulous Betsy Gonzalez)
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June
1977
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Mail (Kudos for Debra Tate), Openers (The moons of June spoon for you), Sex Tapes (Unusual E zones! Stick it in your ear made poignant!), Revue (Mano's Nasty Habits), Leah (You can save this girl or you can turn the page), Artists And Models (Steaming erotica that will not only get you off but will make you a smarter person), Get It Straight Once And For All (Tortoni, spumone: Masters, Johnson: etc.), The New Fidelity (Eight new machines that up the ante), Age Of Discipline (The theory and practice of warmup suits and gym shoes), The Astrology Industry (The future is in the stars, but can you take it to the bank?), Patty (When the sun gets hot, it asks for her by name), Undercover Work Panel (All your favorites: the CIA, the FBI, the DEA, plus cops), How I Learned About Sex (Tisha Sterling, Christie Hefner, Sharon Peckinpah tell you what their parents told them), My Life On The Lam (The loneliness of the long-distance fugitive laid bare. You learn not to ask where he's calling from), Million-Dollar Babies (Antonio makes over a Chelsea Hotel switchboard operator), Underground Airlines (In which we learn to carry our own lunch), My Brotgher-In-Law, Adolf (A rememberance of dictators past), Pascale (She's out on maneuvers, looking for a few good men), Who (Julie Christie's computer rape, Bobby Seale wants your gun)
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August
1977
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Mail (Letters, we get letters), Openers (Tales of the unrecorded plus foot stompers), Sex Tapes (Is hair a turn-on? If so, what kind and where?), Revue (Descriminalizing Mano), Tequila (She goes down like a shot), Legionnaire's Disease Mystery Solved (Was it a plot to off President Ford?), Gin (All about the drink that's so dry it can leave you permanently puckered), The Ilsa Blitz (Dyanne Thorne, who plays the she-wolf of the SS, talks about her career and shows of her other attributes), Muscle Boats (Men go down to the sea in ships. As do some frisky women), Lois (She takes perfect pictures of herself), Conversation With Arnold Schwarzenegger (Pumping irony), The ABC's of ZZZZZZZs (A hard look at what exactly the sandman brings), The Urban Astronomer (Why bother gazing at the stars when there's all this across the way?), Softball (Football, golf - move over as America goes soft), The Train Ride (I think I can. I think I can. Choo, choo), The Saucer Men Of Tennessee (If aliens didn't visit this small town, why is Stanley Ingram's daughter crying space assault?), Miranda (She hands down a decision)
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September
1977
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Mauk (Readers speak out), Openers (Life as panderer), Sex Tapes (Sexually aggressive women, pro and con), Revue (Warhol from Bad to worse), Sam (She places herself in the gentle hands of destiny), Who Runs Jimmy Carter (Just for starters, they do not like democracy as much as you do), Dr. Demento's History Of Dirty Discs (Up from under the counter), Passion Pits (Does the screen merely reflect what happens in the cars), Hide The Salami (New light on the boxer-jockey controversy), The Whole Truth About Lie Detectors (Crossing of fingers doesn't help), Valerie (Her ways are mysterious but her wants are not wanton), Conversation With Ted Taylor (The father of the tactical nuke worries about what you're doing in your basement), Mail-Order Miracles (See human sure! Detect UFOs in your spare time), Mineral Water (The secret of the perfect ice cube revealed), Ladios And Gentlemen: Johnny Bench (A visit with the world's first $100,000-a-year catcher), The Fire Escapade (A girl, a couple of guys, a balmy evening, a fire escape), Anity Bryant's Holy War On Homosexuals (Her eyes have seen the glory holes and the hay recruiters at the schoolhouse door), Eileen (Inflation has her by the short hairs)
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October
1977
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Mail (Philanderers philosophize), Openers (Meet the real Leon Redbone!), Sex Tapes (Get yours with a B.A.), Revue (Mano on L.A. porn), History of Oui (The past five years in glorious color. A plethora of immodest women!), The Richest Man In The World (Daniel K. Ludwig's plane for Brazil may take your breath away), The Birds Of North America (See the flying finger in all its plumage), The Life After Death Of Wilhelm Reich, Sex Researcher (The weird psychologist still has a lot to say to his followers, if they's just shut up and listen), My Life In Orgone Boxes (They may be nice places for a naked lunch, but will they make you come?), Claire (She glows in the dark when you turn off the light), Conversations With Renee Richards (in which we discover what it's like to cross the Great Divide), The British Country Look (Seedy-tweedy clothes to warm the cockles of your heart), Miditation Versus Prayer (An eminent Christian gets off his knees and into Eastern religions), Coming Clean (Rub-a-dub-dub. Two girls and a guy learn about interpersonal humitidy), The Losingest Team In Football (A season in the cellar with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers), The War Of The Flowers (Finally the Mexican peasants have a cash crop and the DEA and the federales are trying to take it away from them), Georgia (She's been on our mind. And she's also been holding back)
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November
1977
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Mail (Readers pump irony), Openers (Fun turkey facts!), Sex Tapes (The male multiple orgasm, the pause that refreshes), Revue (Mano goes to war), Libby (She's one heck of a tomato. Check the label), The Latter-Day Intrigues Of The Mormon Church (Meet the CIA, the Howard Hughes organization the the right wing), Galella's Angel (What he saw on the street where she lives), Loud Mouths (Six new systems that will vaporize your neighbors), Tense? Anxious? Birth Trauma Got You Down? The author gets reborn), Gail (She blows hot and cold), Conversations With Robert Evans, Harry Reasoner And Bruce Jenner (Francesco Scabuilio chats the three exemplary gentlemen), Killer Roller Coasters (Where to find the rides of your life. You'll laugh, you'll scream, you'll toss your cookies), You Had To Be There (A very funny man tells about the times no one even cracked a smile), The Survival Of The Fittest (Clothes in which to answer the call of the wild. Also to answer the call of nature). The Harvard-Radcliffe Prostitution Ring (Hey, big boy, want some hasty pudding?), Helen (She's fluent in 23 computer languages, she even knows the dirty words), The New Racism (Jesse Jackson, Julian Bond, Richard Hatcher, Dick Gregory and Eleanor Holmes Norton get down on why things are getting worse)
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December
1977
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Mail (Squeeze one for Anita!), Openers (The greatest rock rumors of all time), Datebook Calendar (All your favorite days, arranged chronologically), Sex Tapes (Schtupping on the sly - boon or bane?), Revue (Mano get waterlogged), Angela (She deplores the commercialization of Christmas), Pigs With Wings (From the sex-and-politics novel that made all italy blush), Vodka (No, Virginia, it's not made from potatoes), The Unspeakably Vicious Toys-And-Games Industry (by Jim Esposito), The Return Of The Latin Lover (Greasers through history), My Life In Barter (An alternative to filthy lucre), Kim (She believes in the right to life. And in the right to night life, too), Conversation With Robert K. Brown (Tough talk from America's leading soldier of fortune. Do we hear a bid for Idi Amin?), How To Look Spruce (Francesco Scabulio visits the experts who have a corner on spiffiness), Flight Attendants Fight Back (by Burr Snider), The Ultra-Ultra Girls Of Russ Meyer (Four new stars redefine the word big), Extremist Glamor (The fashion-art vortex), Nadja (Good God, girl, put those clothes back on!)
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January
1978
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Mail (Delighted readers respond), Openers (Arab dating guide, plus other stuff), Sex Tapes (Sex among the politically powerful), Revue (Mano picks the worst), Maria (Her brother was right. She's a good girl), Taking On The Censors (The Miller decision and its victims), Nose Job (On picking out the perfect proboscis), The History Of Schoolgirls In Americn Movies (Teen meat in the mass market), The Little Man In The Boat (Once and for all, how to make a woman come. And come again), Eve (She wants to take a bite out of the fruit of the luminary), Conversation With Jacqueline Bisset (The screen's smartest cupcake talks about life in and out of her wet T-Shirt), Compact Hi-Fi (Six little stereo sets that will squeeze into tight places), The Fright Report (The author of Carrie tells what it's like to scare people shitless), Cult TV (Fifteen shows of yesteryear. They don't make television like this anymore, and they probably never did), The Girls Of Madame Claude (Inside Paris luxury cathouse), Hew, Kids, Let's Rent The Old Barn And Plan An Invasion Of Haiti (Battle plan by Jim Hougan), Two Girls In Paris (Air France lost their luggage so they go around bare ass)
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February
1978
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Mail (Readers betray biases), Openers (How to handle a jug), Sex Tapes (So you like your partner chubby or svelte), Revue (Mano is fired!), Penny (She's waiting to buy your thoughts), A Three-Day Drunk With Joe Wambaugh (Our author joins up with America's most literary cop for a night out with the choirboys), Dirty-Talk Chic (Gutter mouths were once outre, but now some foul language is showing up in the best of places), The Corpse With No Name (A man is murdered in Boston and, despite an international search employing the most sophisticated methods known, no one knows who he is), A Coward's Guide To X-Rated Motels ("Oh, we'll have some hot-pillow hospitality, but hold the whips and chains"), Carrie (She has these dreams that keep her up at night), Conversation With Susan Harris (The creator of Soap defends her honor, blasts her critics and explains why sexuality is funny), Sometimes A Great Potion (The hangover - that most painful os holiday afflictions - is tracked down and cured), Dirt-Cheap Supercars (Your portfolio should include some heavy mothers. What other stock goes from 0-60 in four seconds?), Oui's Holidays (A plea for much0needed celebrations: like Downer's Day, Nonveterans Say and Forget-It Day), Hose Play (Girl and photographer fool around in a spa, get all hot and bothered and, mercifully, are hosed down), Judgement Day For A Crusader (The Reverend Billy, flanked by his lawyer Richard Nixon, tries to storm the pearly gates), Isabelle (She resins up her bow), The Great Woofing Contest (A hard-hat and a Puerto Rican get down to the fine art of girl-baiting)
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March
1978
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Features - Athena (What a Greek Goddess), Mind Over Money: How To Psych Yourself Rich (Everybody from Werner Erhard to Reverend Ike to Leo Sunshine has a plan on bringing you greater wealth through proper indoctrination. Do these prophets of profit prosper purely via psychic phenomena, or is it just done with mirrors and mumbo jumbo), The Unanswered Letters Of Lazlo Toth (Laslo reveals his rejects), Several Swell Ways To Meet Women (Titillating tips worth trying), Charlotte: What's This Nice Girl Doing In Those Filthy French Movies (Not only is our centergirl the cousin of actress/singer Jane Birkin (OUI August '75), she's also appeared in those celebrated French films Immoral Tales and A Really Young Girl. But her latest role might be the best - Bye Bye Emmanuelle), Conversation With Huey Newton (Is America ready for the "baddest" Panther of them all?), The Nonduffers (Yawn) Guide To (Ho-Hum) Watching Golf (Lingo on the links), Fashion: Three French Designers (Ooh-la-la), Some Of My Best Friends Are Hookers (A house-to-house hunt), Flora (Watch her garden grow), The Beatles' Not-So-Magical Mystery Tour (Even though the Fab Four have refused to reunite for one last concert, through the magic of fiction we bring them together again - with a little help from a friend), Hollywood, A Girl And The Cops (The first of a two-part OUI pictorial) Departments - Mail (Our readers get off), Openers (Our editors get off), Sex Tapes (Nmphomania gets you off), Sport (Scoreboard statistics), TV (In defense of Johnny Carson), Music (Hating rock concerts), Film (Nitpicking a few movies), Print (Ghostwriting's great grossouts), Money (Laundering your credit), Who (People you ought to know)
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April
1978
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Features - Susan (The Hite Report decided that too much sex can ruin your taste for masturbation. Our girl Susan apparently had a hand in it), Stumbling In Their Parents' Footsteps (Fame by birth), Almost All In The Family (The cold-blooded murder of Patty Columbo's family), Remembrance Of Slam Dunks Past (Judging a rim job), Candy (Bottoms up), Conversation With Richard Burton (Sober yes, somber no), The OUI Ching (Can ancient Chinese fortune telling help you get laid? Why do you think there are so many Chinese), Inside H&R Block (Taxing even your patience), Growing Up With Michael O'Donoghue (A mature profile), Chiquita (Should a woman this beautiful be at the mercy of headline writers?), Life In The Fast Lanes (Grand Prix racing. The men. The women. The cars. The scars. Charles Fox writes the definitive story), Beverly Beats The Heat (Up against the wall, doll), The Great Blubber Boff-Off (The greatest diet ever for horny people) Departments - Mail (Thanks for writing), Openers (We finally found Shit Creek), Sex Tapes (Sex and doctors), Sex Tape Letters (Horny pen pals), Sport (Fat Lou from New Jersey, bookmaker), TV (Local anesthesia), Music (The new Rock King), Film (Sublett hands out weird Oscars), Print (Dietz gawks at porno), Money (Avoiding the IRS torturers), Who (Don't forget where you read it first), Closers (Vatican rag)
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June
1978
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Features - Flash! (Ever since Police Chief Ed Davis retired to run for the governorship of California, Los Angeles has gone nuts. How else could we get away with this weird shit?), The Artful Dodger (Lasorda loses another one), The Official Elvis Rumors (The definitive collection), The Lay Of The Land (Two guys laid end-to-end around the world), Sue (You asked for it, you got it), Conversation With Clint Eastwood (The steely eyed macho man punches the face of the film industry, stabs some theories about violence and bludgeons to a bloody pulp your misconceptions of him), The Best Of Sex (Just another excuse to show dirty pictures), The Smell Of Things To Come (Up your nose with a writer), Seven Great Cars Under $10,000 (Cheap thrills), Helene (Best horizontal smile in the business), Putting The Bite On Crime (The tooth will out), The Temptations: Give Us A Little R.E.S.P.E.C.T. (Scary tales of manipulation and exploitation down on Berry Gordy, Jr's plantation), Charlie (Tomboys were never like this), Hurting (You always hurt the one you love) Departments - Mail (Great debate), Openers (Female mummies and dancing pickles), Sex Rapes (Learning the ropes on bondage), Sport (Little League action), TV (What game shows look for in contestants), Music (Rock clones), Film (What the credits on a film really are), Print (The marijuana novel: three pages), Money (How to obtain a loan), Who (Names you'll see elsewhere in six months)
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July
1978
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Features - I Diddle With Danger (In the tradition of Raymond Chandler, we introduce Detective Sam. Keep your hands where we can see them), The Great Kosher Hope (Boxing in the Yiddishe Cup), Gay Talese's Expense Account For Sex In America (by Richard Warren Lewis), How To Buy Your Fantasy Island (Be king of all you survey), Elisabeth (A very laid back lady), Conversations With Mick Jagger (King Monkey Punk dances off the top of the Empire State Building, bats away flying paparazzi, devours the rock press and gets bombed at a Japanese diner. With the tape recorder on), The Compleat Doper (Getting the goods on yourself), Victim (A true story by Doug Moench. Every married man's nightmare come true), Heavy Metal (Sound equipment so good, it'll get you laid), Lilli Cabati (Italy's new sex bomb), Psychic Touring Map Of The United States (Your guide to the Weirdness), Sex And The Double Girl (In this guide to menage a trois, the Coward explains the ins and outs and ups and downs of threesome sex. Don't be afraid, he says. If Billy Carter can hold a press conference in English, you can fuck in French), A Steamy Romance (Fogging up our lenses) Departments - Mail (Beatlemania returns), Openers (Sexual turnoffs and Hardware Wars), Sex Tapes (My first orgasm), Sport (Something funny about Olga), TV (Making a newtork work), Music (Rockin' from A to Z), Film (Why That's Hollywood is such a smash), Print (A dry look at WET), Money (Nepotism does begin at home), Who (More upfront profiles)
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September
1978
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Features - Cecelia (She likes to play dress-up), Hot Ploot (With nuclear technology as close as your nearest library and hundreds of pounds of plutonium missing every year, our author has seen the future and it goes boom), Dr, Farcus Answers Your Questions About Sex (The doctor is out), Confessions Of A Racetrack Junkie (An addiction to horse), Jill (Model behavior), A Conversation With Jon Voight (Strength in gentleness), Tits (Most women have two apiece, but how do they really feel about their breasts. St. Edmund buries himself in research), Fashion: Chic Within Reach (Dressed to maim), A Wide-Eyed Look At Koreagate (Greed among the Chosen People), Michelle (A pair of spectacles), The New Plantation Class (They keep the world safe for hallocinogens, these gentlemen pot farmers of California and Hawaii. Read about the problems they share with other farmers, plus one big one the Waltons never heard of the cops), The Limo (Going down on the town) Departments - Mail (Boos and cheers from readers), Openers (Dirty dictionary and fun with PCP), Sex Tapes (Ethnic sex), Sport (Intimate relationship with ugly), Music (The inherent racism in rock), Film (How to act artsy and fartsy), Print (Should a straight read a gay novel), Money (Reading stocks), Who (Anita Ekberg puts on a few pounds), Closers (Last word in photography)
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October
1978
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Features - Jacqueline (So cute when she's mad), Join Us (as we celebrate one of the great American traditions, getting pissed), What Causes Anger? (Why it's not entirely your fault), 62 Other Major Causes Of Anger (Some you probably never even thought of), Boston: City Of Hate (Robbing the cradle of liberty), Nancy (Keep your shirt on), Interview With Pete Hamill (Rage three times a week), Why Men Make Me Mad / Why Women Make Me Mad (A juicy battle of the sexes), The First Annual Celebrity Piss-Off (by Peter Lester and Jeff Goldberg), Ted Nugent, King Of Rock & Roll (Double tape gonzo), A Gross Look At Anger (Real Highway stuff), Angelica (The seat of knowledge), Protecting The Target (How big shots keep from getting offed), Cockpit (Pie in the sky), Seeing Red (Objects d'anger), Cruising For A Bruising (Pussy writer meets big bad dominatrix) Departments - Mail (Feedback on pheromones), Openers (Ladies' room graffiti), Sex Tapes (Drugs and sex), Sport (Arizona State joins the union), Music (Softening the arteries), Print (Massage parlor lit), Film (Lies Uncle Walt told me), Money (How to get rich real slowly)
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November
1978
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Features - Leslie (Nasty habits), Will Bill Bradley Make The Varsity? (Congressmen have been lawyers, farmers, philosophers, movie stars and even Bella Abzug. Can a brilliant jock make the team?), The Out-To-Lunch Health Quiz (Pig-out apologies), Still Married After All These Years (Getting normal), Carolyn (British blues project), Conversation With Lina Wertmuller (Sex, wisdom and spaghetti), Stereo: Changing The System From Within (Sound advice), The Three Most Important Things In Life (Sex, violence, your job), The Lord Of The Land Beyond (Fantasy from the Point of Moot), Martine (Spy vs. thigh), Are There Drinks After Dinner (Aids digestion), Steppin' Out Stanford (Sophomoric humor from real sophomores. Give me an F!), The Palm (Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce), The Pits (It's no place like home) Departments - Mail (Mr. Otis regrets), Openers (Flipping over cheerleaders), Sex Tapes (In strange places), Sport (Fixing a pro football game), Music (Nona Hendryx buries Lady Marmalade), Film (Original casts), Print (The bottle that exploded), Money (Avoiding the rip-off), Who (A veritable rogues' gallery), Closers (Worth at least a thousand words)
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December
1978
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Features - Ann (Ass backwards), No Fool For A Client (Your pal in the pen), Open Me Last (A Christmas gift catalog for your stranger friends), Pro Football: The Thrill Is Gone (Why don't football players light themselves on fire, eat glass and beat the shit out of each other like they need to? Plus - Conrad Dobler's All-Flake NFL Team), Toni (Wait til you read her sex fantasy), A Conversation With Martin Mull (A laugh track installed in your brain), Going Down On The Slopes (It's all downhill from here), Different Slopes For Different Folks (Denim to cable-knit), Threesomes (It takes three to tango these days, but how does a regular guy like you get involved in a three-way act of congress? Congressman Irving shows you each step), Lodi (Fresh air fiend), The Filth On The Wineroom Floor (Brown journalism), Inside The Rams Cheerleaders (The gridirons new lure: tits), Signs Of The Times (Captioned news for the literacy impared), Blonde On Blonde (When these gorgeous girls aren't making records - their last one was written by the Bee Gees - they're making each other. And we have the photographic proof) Departments - Mail (Postal cervix), Openers (Taiwanese breast reading), Sex Tapes (Oral sex), Film (Sleazy tie-ins), Print (Oswald aiming at Jackie), Music (Direct-to-diec records), TV (A scar is born), Money (Insurance tip), Who (Floating nude), Closers (Two wild & crazy thighs
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January
1979
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Features - Erin (Deep in the heart of Texas, the girls are a little harder to figure. Like our girl Erin, for example. She has some views on total nidity that just might surprise you), The Art Of CIA (It's everywhere, it's everywhere), Saturday Night Swap-Meat (Ball thy neighbor), The Oui Book Of Lists (A horny index), Christina (Invasion of privacy), A Conversation With Chevy Chase (And not with you), A Tribute To The Seventies (The decades not even over yet and already we've got nostalgia. As Weider says, "In the Seventies, we enjoyed the victory of our battles of the Sixties. Now let Phyllis Schlafly bust her ass for a while". Revisit the old Nixon, the new Nixon, Pet, Pop and moon rocks), City Cars (The best of the subcompacts), The Blonde Mystique (Tints and ass), Ten Minutes With J.D. Salinger (Caught in the rye), Mariana (A merchant of Venice), Esoteric Martial Arts (Why waste your time pumping dumb iron, when you can kick the shit out of people just by using your mind? Rheingold explains some new methods), Seperate Vacations (Women in love) Departments - Mail (Feedback - we get feedback), Openers (How we found the town called Fuck), Sex Tapes (Masturbation), Man In The Street (Mano begs for an assignment), Sex (Jamie Gillis' helpful hints for hard-ons), Music (The Bee Gees' producers), Future (Computers that can understand you), Money (Crashing a myth), Who (Arlene Schwarzenegger, Bruce Vilanch, etc.), Next (A look at just two of February's treats)
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February
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Features - Bea (Greece is the word), Little Horny Women (Nine breast-selling authors confess), The Friends Of Gary Gilmore (The body wasn't even cold when Gary's "friends" started selling off the remains. Proof that Utah isn't all Osmonds), Annika (Swede and choosy), A Conversation With William M. Gaines (Pure MAD-ness), Quick Reflexes (With ordinary cameras, you have to fiddle with all sorts of meters and dials. With one of these new fully automatic SLR cameras, you can almost shoot from the hip. We rate the best). Learning To Love The Liberated (The well-tempered chauvinist), Brigitta (Picture perfect), Towns Without Pity (Ten places you'll be caught dead in), Fashion: Coming Up Necks (Cravat emptor), Victorian Picnic (It was the kind of day to make her glad to be alive. A picnic in the woods. All the privacy she could ask for. There was one catch, however), Getting Even (One man's revenge) Departments - Mail (Getting it off your chests), Openers (The hottest Palm Springs weekend), Sex Tapes (Anal sex), Man In The Street (Curb service), Sex (A listen to your pillow talk), Music (Does rock music make you screw more?), Future (Getting old), Money (Winning office politics)
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Features - Kristin (The whole thing is attitude. Kristin told us "The first 20 years of my life I did whatever they told me to. Now I'm starting to identify with myself, be more independent" The full declaration starts on page 42), Rick Barry: The Second-Best White Player In Basketball (Out for blood), Where To Sit Or Sleep Nearly Anywhere (Park your carcass), Micki (Looking for trouble), A Conversation With Robin Williams (How is it possible to break every rule of television comedy and still leave the audience pissing in its drawers? Meet Robin Williams, surprise star of the new TV season, in an interview that starts in Pre Mork & Mindy obscurity and ends in the spotlight), Oui's Potato Chip Report (Putting your chips on the table), The Science Of The Impossible (Finally! The answers to everything), Francoise (A French toast), Hot Stereo (With FM radio hugging the middle of the road, a car tape system is no longer a luxury. Oui rates the best, and also gives you some tips on keeping your new unit away from the fences), Cafe Society (Trio to quartet), Hi-Test Hooch (Booze guaranteed to knock your socks off), Hurricane (Before (and after) the deluge) Departments - Mail (Greetings from our readers), Openers (Quotes from monster movies), Sex Tapes (Sexual gadgets), Man In The Street (Hardhats and female pedestrians), Sex (Why men reverse vasectomies), Music (Misery loves country music), Future (Electronic mail), Money (How to land that job you've been looking for)
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April
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Features - Vanessa (Calm and cool), The New Robotomy (Click! You're sane. Click! You're nuts. Click! You're gay. Click! You're straight. Mind games for the terminally paranoid), Bump! (The official airline (overbooked) guide), Great Marketing Flops (Why some products don't make it), Julia (Americans jog indoors, huffing and puffing, but the French use Mother Nature for more casual pleasures. Come see Julia in the French countryside - and brethe deeply), Conversation With Frank Zappa (One beautiful mother), Hot Tubs (Slipping into something more comfortable), A Gorey Story (Edward Gorey, man's best friend), Pascale (Sunshine on her shoulders), Scripted Sex (Creating the bedroom scene), Macho Motorcycles (You think motorcycles have gone soft and respectable? Wait til you ride one of the new jumbo superbikes. A rating of the best), Beatrice (The new James Bond girl from Moonraker), An Honest Man's Guide To Cheating At Cards (Forearmed is forewarned) Departments - Mail (Mulling over Martin), Openers (The American Way of Sex), Sex Tapes (Hair and sex), Man In The Street (A crawl-by-night operation), Sex (The no-sweat pill), Music (How they chart a record), Future (World saved by fish), Money (Putting your money back into the land)
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Features - Irina (A difference story), Bounty Hunter (Skip out on the law, and you're likely to come face-to-face with the largest, nastiest ugliest bounty bunter in America. Meet Tiny Boyles and follow him through his appointed rounds), The Official Flary Baseball Dictionary (Understanding a "high hard one"), Dirty Money Games (Cash laundering without going to the cleaners), Quinn (In the English sunset), Conversation With Rodney Dangerfield (The respect he deserves), The Cinema's Greatest Hits (All of your favorite celebrities taking all of your favorite controlled substances captured forever on celluloid. Fun with George and Barbra and Duke and Charlie and Dustin and Verushka and Paul), Romy (Very upfront), Etta (Etta James is no pushover now), Cotton Pickin' (Proof there is life after denim), Billie And The Kid (Francesco Spigettios' first American film went thud at the box office, but he's back with a very adult Western. See the first exclusive peek preview), Rock Wars (2000 light-years from home) Departments - Mail (Appreciating CIA), Openers (Case of the missing nipple), Sex Tapes (Sex and food), Man In The Street (Fortune telling gypsies), Sex (Does being well hung improve your sex life), Music (Disco versus rock), Future (Why you'll enjoy staying home), Money (Debt manipulation), Who (Carol Lylnley for galaxy govenor), Next (Talking about the next thing that pops up)
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June
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Features - Yvonne (Going Dutch), Nicaragua: Running With The Revolution (Everyone talks about revolutions, but Oui've just been to one. Follow our gutsy author as he searches out a guerrilla band, joins up and larrns that they play for keeps in Nicaragua), The Best Of Sex (Last year was hornier than you think), Marta (Cleopatra, roll over), Conversation With Nick Nolte (Teaching a new star newer tricks), Pumping Rubber (Still playing in the water with rubber novelties? This one's for you. Oui's gide to the new inflatable rubber duckies for adults), Indecent Exposures (God bless our radiated home), Marie-Claire (A French toast), Ernie Schlegal (As exciting as pro bowling itself), The Joy Of Sax (Exploring man's second most erotic instrument), The Sensuous Sabra (Israel grows oranges in the middle of a godforsaken desert, so it's not surprising that it also produced the overwhelming Rinah. Meet her in this luscious pictorial), Out-Of-Trunk Experiences (Summer swimsuits), Dog Days (It was only puppy love) Departments - Mail (Greetings from readers), Openers (Troubled political waters), Sex Tapes (Sex for money), Man In The Street (Getting blood from the stoned), Sex (Do men fake orgasm), Music (Paying the blues dues), Future (Predicting catastrophes), Money (Hanging out on Wall Street), Who (That's Melanie Mayron?)
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August
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Features - Astrid (Blowing the myth of the European lover), The Scandal At IBT (The Feds require that every new chemical be tested thoroughly before you use it. So how come your soap may shrink your balls), Power Plants (Invasion of the soil snatchers), Dada (A lot funnier before Amin fled Uganda), Nicolette (Dimanche debauche), A Conversation With Gregg Allman (The soused shall rise again), Getting It Straight, Part II (Life is confusing enough these days without screwing up the terminology. Here, at last, the definitive compendum. For instance: This is Valium, this is Librium), Lord Of The Ring (Boxing's Don King is as kinky as his hair), Marana (A yogi bares), Four Play (A few Jeep thrills), What I Learned At The Gynecologist (by C. W. Metcalf), Adrienne Barbeau Changes Her Image (Getting it off her chest), Down In Smoke (Unloading the loading zone), The Girls From Brazil (Somewhere in the jungle, fiendish scientists are cloning all the beautiful young women and parading them before the native Brazilians. And now you), Takeover Of Flight 202 (Judas is my copilot) Departments - Mail (Raising hell - again), Openers (A bird in the mouth), Sex Tapes (Older women, younger men), Man In The Street (If I ruled the world), Music (Nicks hit discs), Sex (Getting too much), Future (Film plots for the 1980s), Money (Case history of entrepreneurship), Who (Art by the foot)
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October
1979
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Features - Jessie (Tall in the saddle), The Music Manipulators (They play the piper and pick the tunes), The Gentlemanly Art Of Dropping Trou (The light side of the moon), The Further Travels Of Zachary Swan (Join the smuggler hero of the best seller Snowblind as he continues his intensive study of the customs of America), Abby (Go to the class of the head), A Conversation With Lenny And Squiggy (On Laverne and Shirley you see only the stupid side of these morons. In real life, however, they're a lot more obnoxious), La Dolce Auto (The Italian bodybuilders), Fail Soft (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Vibrator (bu C. W. Metcalf), Olinka (Almost grown), Oui's Guide To College Football (Rah-Rah. Wrecked), Happy Birthday To Oui (For the past seven years, our photographers have sought out beautiful women from every corner of the globe. And while that's a tough job, it's not nearly as hard as picking our seven favorites. Herewith, The Best of Oui), The Day They Stole The Mona Lisa Masterpiece theater), The Fantasies Of Alain Aslan (Another in a continuing series) Departments - Mail (A big hand for Rinah), Openers (Sorority row), Sex Tapes (Sex and cheating), Man In The Street (Little green Mano), Music (Male crooners), Sex (The Tao of sex), Money (Success without college), Who (Roller boogie madness), Next (What to do for an encore
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November
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Features - Audrey (Perpetual motion), The Universal Life Church, Inc. (The gospel according to Dun and Bradstreet), Bar Jargon (Looking for Ms. Goodbar), How To Throw A Food Fight (Etiquette by Jack Handey), Bethina (When we discovered that Bethina wanted to be a pastry chef, little did we know she'd make such delicious cheesecake. Meet one of the truly great Danes), A Conversation With Peter Tosh (Reggae liberation), The Cannonball (Remember The Gumball Rally, where maniacs raced across the country in all kinds of funny cars? Well, forget it. The real gumball rally is this Cannonball, and we entered this year. A humbling experience), Piper (A mature audience), Up The Irish! (The Four Horsemanure of Notre Dame), Small Talk: Michelle Phillips (Mama's still hot), Stereo Types (Can you really tell anything about a guy just by listening to his music system? One very sexy lady seeks the answer to that and other senseless questions), Dr. Jekyll And Ms. Hyde (Beauty and the beauty), Suds Appeal (The best of the locl beers), The Fantasies Of Alain Aslain (Another in a continuing series) Departments - Mail (To whom it may concern), Openers (Thanksgiving in California), Sex Tapes (Office sex), Man In The Street (The art of voyeurism), Sex (The one line that works on all women), Music (Digital recording), Future (A book about the Eighties (already)), Money (Your student loan is past due), Who (The bitch from Carrie)
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June
1980
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Letting Her Down Easy (There comes a time in every man's life when he wants out of a relationship in the worst way. Here are a few tips on how to do it the best way), Kerry Lou (When breathtaking 22-year-old Kerry Lou Baylis left London for a vacation in the Caribbean, she left all of her inhibitions behind. And most of her clothes, we might happily add), Interview: Lou Ferrigno (The muscle-bound memories of The Incredible Hulk flexes his brain for a change and bares an answer to the question on everybody's mind: Exactly how big is it?), The Oui Sex Survey: Fellatio (Today's liberated woman is not only giving more head; she's also enjoying it more. Discover why things are looking up for men when it comes to her going down) Features - Openers (America's new jazz capital; sex therapist insurance; Robert Altman on Popeye), Jodie Graham (Our girl from the Show Me State showed us a few things), The Hike Report (Why back-packing is America's second favorite outside sport), The Lawyer Conspiracy (To land a sexy stewardess, stay out of the slopes(, Sobernetics (Presienting the science of drinking without getting blitzed), Small Talk: Patty D'Arbanville (One very sexy lady worth singing about), Money; Working For An S.O.B. (Survival tips for the hassled employee), La Dame Francaise (An eye-opening tribute to the not-so-discreet charms of French sex), The Bridlington Rectangle (Thrills and chills with Clive (Titanic) Cussler), Upper Crust (A slice-by-slice rating of the best and worst frozen pizzas) Departments - We (This month's noteworthy contributors), Mail (Smoking over Cheech and Chong), Dr. Oui (Does eating increase virility?), Speak Easy (New eogenous zones), Aslan Girl (A leopard and her spots), Who (Fridays-night fever and the lady boxer), What (Remote-control gadgetry), Where (The hottest little bar in Baja), Next (Foreplay for July
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The Bartender Mystique (What is it about these rail workers that has women falling all over themand guys pouring out their lives of woe. Author Mark Christensen delves deep into the persona of the man behind the bar, and has a few drinks at our expense), Jackie McQuerry (A restless, roving spirit warms to the prospect of a roaring blaze, a tumbler of cognac and a hot-blooded man to keep her company), A Conversation With The Cast of Fridays (Nine nutcases from the land of late-night television inflict their strange brand of humor on an unsuspecting public and makes Friday nights OK to stay home again. Roving Editor Jan Golab tries to make sense out of all the nonsense), Anarchy House (Madness abounds on a Big Ten campus as two lunatics make chaos and confusion a political reality. Writer Michael Baron reports on the irrevocable damage wrought by the Pail & Shovel Party), A Free Bonus 1981 Calendar Datebook Features - Sabinne Schmidt (A German glamour girl takes out insurance), Carnal Apathy (Are your passions and desires fading fast? Find out why), Objects D'Xmas (Intimate gifts to liven up those dreary Decembr evenings), LSD Revival (A new generation takes the acid test as psychedelia makes a comeback), The Oui Sex Survey: French vs. American Sex (Who's on top?), Small Talk: Beverly D'Angelo (The Honky Tonk Freeway star talks about boys), Money: The Line On Credit Cards (Acquiring the power of plastic), Nukes (Could Three Mile Island happen in your backyard next time around?), A Tale Of Two Sisters (Twins make a case for double vision), Mimbo Dey (Flirting with palm wine in the black heart of deepened Africa) Departments - We (Worthy wordsmiths, illustrious illustrators), Mail (Dave Parker hits home), Dr. Oui (The eyes have it), Openers (Ska rocks steady), Speak Easy (Psychic lovers and other tales), Speak Easy Letters (Readers speak back), Who (Self-portrait in a bathtub), What (Coffee drinks), Where (The great American ttuckstop)
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January
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A Short Course In Sports Betting (An insiders look at the wagers of sport. What's a bookie and how to get one; how to pick the odds and understand the bets; and why those football cards are a sucker's play), Martina Schall (A German lady heeds her wanderlust and heads for the South Seas, determined to spend as much time in the sun as she can. And whe does), Small-Talk: Pamela Hensley (Princess Ardala of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century speaks out about what kind of men turn her on, what it's like being a woman in the 20th Century and how she manages to squirm into that sci-fi spandex suit), Miles From Nowhere (After years of silence, legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis resurfaces, espousing new prophecies and blowing new messages on his golden horn) Features - Renate Lunsmann (A Swiss lass leaves us feeling anything but neutral), Beyond The Opening Line (Carrying a conversation one step farther than "Hi, how are you?"), Mondo Video (Beta basics, VHS smarts and ultimate systems - all the latest in TV tech), A Conversation With Jerry Della Femina (The ad world's foremost admen sells his secrets), A Guide To Healthy Debauchery (How to survive the wear and fear of high living), Roadhouse, U.S.A. (Our intrepid traveler tracks down America's top-ten favorite), The Impotence Factor (What happens when getting up is hard to do), Camera Erotica: The Euro-Photo Elite (Three French magazines zoom in on sex), Money: Saving Made Painless (Seven ways to keep your dollars interested), A Capitan For Rosa (Young Tom Mix is back in the saddle again) Departments - We (Shooters, sketchers and scribes), Mail (All about student sex), Dr. Oui (Marathon maniacs), Openers (Celebrity hangovers), Speak Easy (Sexual cues and clues), Speak Easy Letters (Readers read), Who (Some of Oui's blues), What (Winter games and gear), Where (The top banana republic)
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Christiane (When a gorgeous German girl decides to get away from it all, she doesn't waste any time. Before you can say "Teutons of fun," she's packed her bags and made for the warm skies and azure waters of the Carribbean), On The Elusive Trail Of That Captivating Fellow, The Sensitive Guy (Even Clint Eastwood and Sly Stallone know how to dish out tender loving care when the occassion calls for it. And so does author Jesse Kornbluth, but he had to learn how the hard way), A Conversation With Keith Richards (The Rolling Stones flamboyant, stoned-out guitarist/buccaneer talks about the allure of cold steel and other matters of consequence - namely, sex and drugs and rock 'n roll), Foreign Film: Helene (Turning our worldly roving eye to other corners of the globe, Oui introduces a new pictorial feature culled from decidely nondomestic origins. And after one glimpse of Helene, we're ready to get our passports renewed) Features - Cultural Ties (You can learn a lot about heads of state by what they hang around their necks), The New Lords Of Baseball (Four top team owners play for more than their pennants), Kim Griffin (An urban beauty succumbs to temptation and bites the Big Apple), How To Deal With A Stereo Salesman (Getting the right pitch from that hi-fi guy), The Temptations Of Tangier (Uncovering the mysteries of Morocco's strange port), Small Talk: Persis Khambatta (Star Trek's bald beauty lets down her hair), First International Sperm Bank (Wacky cartoons courtesy of our French sister, Lui), 6 Top Camermen Aim At 1 Devastating Target (A sextet of lensmen and cover girl Anne) Departments - Mail (Got dem White House blues), We (Who we are, what we do), Doctor Oui (Bad breath in the bedroom), Openers (George Bush's mail order catalogue), Speak Easy (All about foreplay), Speak Easy Questionnaire (Vacation sex), Who (One Roach you won't want to get rid of), What (Timely facts about watches), Where (Aspen's hottest wateringhole)
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Apocalypse Soon: The Survivalists' Story (Nuclear holocaust? Earthquakes? Germ Warfare? These doomsayers while away their weekends waiting for the end of the world), How Do You See Yourself At 70? (Loni Anderson, Chevy Chase, Candy Clark, George Hamilton and a gaggle of other celebs tell writer Dick Stelzer what they think they'll be like a few decades down the line), Michelle ("I'm a very romantic person," insists delectable center girl Michelle. So romantic, she left her homeland for the mystery of Paris), A Conversation With Jerry Buss (The Los Angeles sports entrepreneur owns a basketball team, a hockey team and a giant arena. Now he wants a football franchise. What's with this guy?), Classic Clunkers That Run. Yes, RUN (A smart guy's guide to the best ussed cars rolling down the roads. Eight dependable, dirt-cheap vehicles to warm the cockles of your heart), Russ Meyer's Ann Marie (Wherein new meaning is brought to the old song Thanks for the Mammary) Features - Joy Michael (From the backwoods of Minnesota to the wilds of L.A.), One Woman (A street wise space case gets her life together), Music (Delbert McClinton, Sting, Elvis Costello and "True Facts from the World of Wax"), Wretched Sex-Cess (Crazy cartoons about whips and restaurants), Foreign Film: Lalla Dean (An English apparition comes back to haunt us, yet again), Small Talk: Sylvia Kristel (Emmanuelle's sexy starlet in a scintillating, photo-laden interview), Sports (Tommy "Hit Man" Hearns, the all-star quiz and sports-betting services), Poster Power (Farrah, Cheryl, Suzanne...the best selling posters in America and how they got that way), What: Oui Looks at Package Stereo (Five rack-mounted jobs and one super system of our own), Where: A Hot San Francisco Night (Spectator sex at the O'Farrell Theatre) Departments - Mail (More ladies of the airwaves), Winning With Women (by Eric Weber), Doctor Oui (The implant injury), The World And Women (by Clifford Irving), Openers (The evolution of the poodle), Who (Albert Finney, Pia Zadora and others). Speak Easy (Sweet talk and four-letter words), Money (How to survive a credit crunch), Gallio Gallery (Funniest from the land of Gaul)
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August
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Henry Miller On Women (The romantic, eccentric genius/writer/philosopher talks about sex, love, women's liberation and all sorts of other life-inspiring stuff), 6 Luxure Cars With Prices That Don't Match (So who can afford a Rolls? But you can steer close to the same comfort in some considerably cheaper autos), Lynn ("What's sunsual" inquires Lynn Cheer. "It depends on what kind of mood you're in, doesn't it?" After eyeing Ms. Cheer's pics, we're in a very good mood), Beastly Humor (Fun with animals as celebrated cartoonist Jerry Marcus ventures into the wacky world of mice, snakes, dogs, fish and mermaids. Yes, mermaids), Sports Sweet On The Street (A roundup of the hottest B-ball action around, plus betting baseball totals, a sportscasters send-up and much, much more), Poolside Lovers (When two lovers meet at a secluded swimming pool, it's easy to get carried away) Features - Foreign Film: Susanne Henrik (Exploring the wonders of the Rhine), Music (Double-talk with the Becker half of Steely Dan. "True Facts from the World of Wax" the Cosmopolitans and more), Faith (She does what she wants, when she wants), The Kings Of Horror (Five fright film masters who like to scare people out of their minds), One Woman ("Sandy", a real California-style golden girl, talks about her most intimate aspirations), The New American Gold Rush (Yes, there's still gold in them thar hills), Jane Seymour (A scintillating interview with the waiflike English actress), Gallic Gallery (Talking pictures from across the great blue sea), What: 10 Top SLR's (Single-lens reflex cameras get the Oui once-over), Where: A Titillating Tour Of Bawdiest Berlin (Naughty night spots and devilish decadence) Departments - Mail (Kudos for Denise), Money (Beyond the fringe benefits), The World And Women (by Clifford Irving), Doctor Oui (Hair today, gone tomorrow), Winning With Women (by Eric Weber), Openers (10 minutes with Robert Carradine), Who (Gene Hackman and Lesley Anne Down), Speak Easy (Candid talk between the sexes), Speak Easy Questionnaires (Fantasies)
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Foreign Film: Donatella (From City of Women hails Donatella Damiani. Says famed film man Federico Fellini, "She is Woman. She represents all the images of women."), The People's Poet, Bukowski (His writing - and life - is rampart with whores, hustlers, racehorses - and the admiration of a whole continent (though not the one he lives in).), The 20 Best Record Stores In The U.S.A. (From the East to the West, a continent's worth of vinyl wonders to satisfy every aural appetite), Why You Never Dialed Her Number (Ever meet an incredible lady, spend an amazing, sexually satisfying evening with her and then never speak to her again?), Music Conversation With A Talking Head (David Byrne on the pedestrian life of brainy rock stars; plus, country girl Rosanne Cash, the Lounge Lizards and "True Facts from the World of Wax"), The Author As Model: Matuschka (Model/Writer Matuschka reveals herself in words (fiction) and pictures (nonfiction). It's Oui's first literary pictorial) Features - One Woman (Raven, an actress and mother in her 30's, tells all), Wretched Sexcess (Crazy cartoons about sex and television, sex and furniture and sex and sex), Debbie (The "new romanticism" strikes a chord with this glamorous English girl), Interview: John Matuszak (The Oakland Raider tackles big questions about football), Sports (A giant fall football bonanza, including betting tips, Brian Sipe and record breakers of '81), Penny A sultry French miss gets athletic), A Conversation With Randi Oakes (CHiP's sweetheart trades in modeling for motorcycles), Wheels/How To Pick Up Trucks (The long haul, the short haul and other things you can do in a truck), What: Oui Goes To Videodisc Island (You, two girls and a TV) Departments - Mail (Used cars vs. Godzilla), Rake-In-Residence (by Clifford Irving), Oui's Money File (Climbing the ladder), Doctor Oui (Sex and logging), Winning With Women (by Eric Weber), Openers (First looks at the '81 World Series), Speak Easy (Candor between the sexes), Speak Easy Questionnaire, Where: Bangkok (The thighs of Thailand)
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Morgan Fairchild: Wanting Me Is A Form Of Sadomasochism ("Ultra Bitch" of Prime Time, fledgling flagellatrix of "Flamingo Road", and the latest Media Blitzblonde, Morgan has never been more candid or pictorially bold than in our red-hot magazine), Hit Man At The Hot Corner (A new view of an old pro: KayCee's George Brett reveals the good ole boy behind his Frank Merriwell image in an interview full of beanballs, chawspit and straight talk), Tami Rocke: Peachtree's Pluperfect Pair (She's the star of Russ Meyer's latest, the featured attraction in Broadway's "This Was Burlesque" and the ultimate tribute to American Mammamania. Now enjoy the total, Tami, courtesy of Mario Casilli), Music: An Extreme Rap With Hall & Oates (The boys are back, and they've never been better. Here's a historic interview of the 60's with some important predictions for the '80's), Getting Lucky Through The Mail (How to score that "W/F, 25, enjoys all cultures" we've been reading so much about in the personal ads. A lecher's guide through the temptations and terminologies of the newsmaper mating game), Who/Jaye P. Morgan (TV guest opens up again - and we've removed all the OOPacs), Who/Jan Smithers (WKRP's house mouse is letting out a new kind of roar. Caveat Loni!), Club Oui Questionnaire (In which we solicit correspondence on your sex-for-pay fantasies), Pictorial/Oui (Harmony with nature, European style(, Centerfold/Jay Patterson (The popular model in her best-yet photographed), Fiction/Roseblood (Robin Moore depicts the thornier side of striptease), Satire/Letters To Playhouse (How those funky, filthy letters really get written), Pictorial/Corinna (Enticing statements that need no words), Where/The New French Rivera (Drinking, debauching and dating on the beaches of Southern France), What/Funbikes (What's new and affordble in the wild world of wondercycles), Who/Marilyn Chambers (Life as a passionate pushover, with pix by Billy Tinney), Satire/Designer Jeans You'll Never See (From Orson Welles to the Ayatollah), Mail (Bravo and beefs from you all), Club Oui Sex Journal (Reader experiences straight from the source), Foto Strip I (My "boss" boss whips it off), Foto Strip II (Two boobs in search of a launching pad), Eric Weber (Winning with women), Clifford Irving (Our rake-in-residence reports in from a party with the jet set)
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Van Halen: Heavy Metal, Heavy Sex (They're the latest in teenyrock desperados and their leader, David Lee Roth, offers some exclusive insights into the Modern Groupie. Her Thoroughly Modern Mom, and the rise of X-rated video in rockdom), Raven De La Croix: The Sloe-Eyed Sex Machine (The macrobosomic star of Russ Meyer's memorable X-rater, "Us" appears in her first magazine layout, accompanied by an astonishing rap session with Peter Wolff), Robin Moore: Peeping On Xaviera, The Inside Story (Author of "The Happy Hooker" as well as half a dozen other of the best-selling best sellers of all time), Moore writes about the intrigues and eccentricities that landed him in the most famous boudoir of our day), David Wallechinsky: The Intimate Sex Lives Of Famous People Quiz (Do you know your noted nymphos? Your popular pervos? Here's a hip gossip test from David Wallechinsky, based on the popular Wallace family best seller), Raincoat Brigadier ("Le Trench", the fashionable answer to the French drench and the perfect way to quench a wench. An essay in redoubtable new rainwear which features some alluvial hanky-panky, to boot), That Beautiful Beast, The Datsun Turbo 280 ZX (She's sleek, she's fast, she's affordable. This lovely gal meets a roadmaster's stiffest qualifications), Music (The myth behind the truth of David Allen Coe, genius, harem-keeper, biker, ex-con and the King of Shitkicker Soul), Club Oui/Questionnaire (Girls who read boys' books. An attempt at a survey), Drugs (The Great Snort Scare. How racist legislators got cocaine banned by invoking the dread Black bogeyman. And we're not talking last week, either, Jack), Jailhouse Interview (Bobby Beausoleil talks about life, art, Manson, Capote, and the incredible act for which he sacrificed his youth and freedom), Pictorial (That Bosomy Blonde Rossington Babe, shot on her native turf, England, with her mighty polo pony, Oui Willie), Fiction/Burffles (by Maruschka. Unclad star of our September issue offers some poetic insights into the making of love), Remembrance?Phil Ochs (The pathetic last hours of a beloved folk hero, moving from potvaliant struggle to unheroic demise), Pictorial/Deena (She of the perfect pecs and mellifluous mamms and easy-going disposition), Pictorial (She's so vain, she gets off on the toilet, no less...fully mirrored and coiffed to the gills), Who/Jerry Argovitz (The NFL's champeen bargaining agent, and a probable super-force in the expected Great Walk-Out of '82) Departments - Mail (Wolfwhistles and enemy epistles), Eric Weber (How to get lucky sans luck), Photo Strip i (The Great Salt Licker), Photo Strip II (My partner, the poonie), Club Oui Journal (Your sex lives, shamelessly exposed), What (Car stereos anyone can afford)
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Profile: The Girl Who Bedded Billie Jean (An astonishing insight into Marilyn Barnett, the tragic Hollywood jet-setter whose Galimony suit dethroned a King. Barnett is unsparingly protrayed by Associate Editor Ann Bardach), At Home With Jan Michael Vincent (He's the Now Generation John Wayne, attracted to guns, girls and the outlaw lifestyle), Redneck Reason (Billy Carter pens his first in a series of columns for us.), Music: Carnes, Tubes, Williams, Pillow & Springfield (Kim raps about life after "Eyes", the Tubes do dirty deeds. Williams gives pointers on survival, Pillow looks great and plays football and Springfield mixes soap and sound appeal), The Beautiful Babes of Billy Bob's Texas (Michael Schumacher visits the world's biggest saloon and spirits away four of its cutest bar-hoppers), What: The She/It From Bond (Who is and how did she become Tula Cossey? The story all America is waiting to see), Orson Bean: The Pied Piper of Pluralism Goes It Alone (An intellectual odyssey with America's wisest wit.), Mae's Mouth: Comic Steve Rossi Slept There (TV star Rossi recalls how he spent his precious bodily fluids in Ms. West to get his break break in Show Biz), The Whole Elf Catalog: Oui's Industrial Spy in Vade's Santa Workshop (Stocking stuffer spectacular. Hi Tech cum Jinx direct from the North Pole), The Knockers, Bared! (Chicago's professional mud-wrestling team - the world's first - demonstrates equal quantities of dells and dugs), Photo Strip 1: Kringle Uncovered, Strip-A-Thon '82: An Open Invite, Photo Strip II: Soggy Sternum, Eric Weber: Winning With Women, Club Oui Questionaire, Pictorial: Fia Morrow, Pictorial: Brigid, Book Talk: New York Nude, Cover: Sybil Danning (She is the first of the Pay TV superstars, a veteran European sex idol who's still very hot in current Stateside productions. As a special Christmas gift to our readers, Canning donates some spectacular footage of her terrific terrain)
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