Playboy: 50 Years of the Playboy Bunny

Playboy: 50 Years of the Playboy Bunny

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Overview

For the first time ever, Playboy presents the complete, official account of the iconic Playboy Bunny. Coinciding with the Bunny's 50th anniversary, this richly illustrated book presents stunning pictorials of famous and classic Bunnies—from the likes of Debbie Harry, Lauren Hutton, and Gloria Steinemas well as rare images unearthed from the Playboy vault. A fascinating narrative charts the 50-year history of the Bunny, from the opening of the first Playboy club in Chicago to the making of a global empire. Former Bunnies and Playboy legends share insider secrets: a former "Bunny Mother" dishes on daily life in the clubs, Hugh Hefner reminisces on the swinging '60s, and his brother Keith discusses Bunny etiquette. With oodles of gorgeous Bunnies and a foreword by Hef himself, this is the perfect gift for any Playboy fan.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452144504
Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date: 12/23/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 716,546
File size: 120 MB
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About the Author

Josh Robertson is a former editor of the After Hours section of Playboy magazine.
Hugh M. Hefner is editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine.
John Dante was a manager at the Chicago playboy club.

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50 Years of the Playboy Bunny 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Lufbra More than 1 year ago
This book is a high qulaity coffee-table book centering on the famous Playboy Bunnies from the Playboy Clubs and elsewhere. It's full of pictures of these iconic women both at work and play and confirms that Hef was onto something when he decided to celebrate the girl next door and not the unapproachable and unreal looking high fashion queens. These women have a timeless, real beauty that the high quality images celebrate. Images are from the 1960's, 1970's and the 1980's when the clubs sadly closed. There is text in this book pertaining to each chapter and following the history of both the bunnies and the clubs and taking the reader into a culture that is no longer with us but I believe it's the pictures that make coffe-tables books either good or forgettable and this book is a good one. There is a companion book called 'The Bunny years' by Kathryn Leigh Scott that gathers recollections of numerous bunnies-some featured in this book- that will add more to anyone interested in the world of the Playboy bunny and I suggest you buy both and keep the coffe-table book firmly on the coffe-table for easy access. I always find myself reaching for this book simply to look at he images which is all I expect from a coffee-table book.