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    Playboy Lot (Playboy Entertainment Group, 1973-1983) Overall: Very Fine-. Magazines (3) (Multiple Pages, 8.25" X 11.25"). Sexploitation.
    Featured are two issues of Hugh Hefner's lifestyle and entertainment magazine, Playboy, from both July 1979 and July 1983, as well as one issue of Harvard Lampoon's parody magazine Pl*yb*y (Harvard Lampoon, 1966). The issues of Playboy all pertain to the James Bond girls, such as Ursula Andress in Dr. No, Daniela Bianchi in From Russia With Love, Shirley Eaton in Goldfinger, Jane Seymour and Gloria Hendry in Live and Let Die, Barbara Bach in The Spy Who Loved Me, Tanya Roberts in View to a Kill, and Carole Bouquet and Kim Mills in For Your Eyes Only. The parody magazine Pl*yb*y features the short story "Toadstool" which is written in the style of Ian Fleming's James Bond. Unrestored magazines with bright color and clean overall appearances. They may have general signs of use, such as slight edge and spine wear, minor spine separations, soft rippling, faint toning, smudging or minute tears and surface scuffs. The issue of Pl*yb*y has writing on the cover. Overall: Very Fine-.

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    16th Sunday
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    The Amazing Colossal Man (American International, 1957). Fine/Very Fine. Lobby Card Set of 8

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