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Oui January 1977

  • Federico Fellini by Melton S. Davis. The most celebrated director of modern times talks about extravagance in movies, producers in his hair and Casanova in the sack.
  • Ann Marie by Sharon O'Hara, photos by Pompeo Posar.
  • Short Takes
    Jimmie Walker by Danny Fields.

    The "Dynomite" kid admits to being a stud on both sides of town, a reformed militant and the world's loneliest surf-music fan.

    "Men's Lib" by Herbert Gold.

    Want to change your evil macho ways? Want to talk about it? "Atlantis: 20,000 Theories Under the Sea" by Anton Wilson.

    "The CIA in Europe" by Philip Agee and Steve Weissman.

    With allies like us, who needs enemies?

    "Military Edsels" by Bill Efros.

    No matter how badly you think the Pentagon has fouled up, the truth is much, much worse. A list of the great military boondoggles of our time.

    "Animals Speak Out" by David Chagall.

    "Ever since Saint Francis, men have talked to the beasts. Now, it seems, the beasts are talking back.

    "Half Time! The Greatest Show on Turf?" by Charles Monagan.

    "Can Table Hockey Police Itself?" by Christopher Cerf.

    Its still a great game, but violence among players is taking its toll.

    "Exclusive! Amazing! Incredible!" by Judith Hennessee.

    Instead of boiled babies, the weekly tabloids now serve up half-baked news, gossip and advice.

    "Goodoo That Voodoo That You Do in New Orleans" by Ishmael Reed.

    "5 Hot Items From the Portfolio of Francis Giacobetti".


  • Lisa Mei-Lee photographed by Suze Randall
  • Photos by Jean-Paul Goude, Dick Zimmerman and Nicholas de Sciose.

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    Oui February 1977

    Grace Slick by Jim Esposito. The adulte terrible of rock 'n' roll explains how she's cleaned up her act, how she almost shot David Crosby and how it feels to be off the sauce.

    "The All-American Death Angel" by Michael Reynolds.

    Tom Creech was into satanism, drugrunning, organized crime, bikers' gangs and murdering people -- more than 30 of them, at last count.

    "The CIA's Five Dirtiest Tricks" by Peter Tauber.

    "The Mexican Revelation -- Tamales, Tacos, Enchilada and the Red-Hot Truth About Chili Peppers" by Colman Andrews.

    "Confessions of a Year-Round Tennis Addict" by Clifford Irving.

    The Hughes-hoaxing author knows civil courts, federal courts and courts of appeal -- he prefers clay.

    "My Life as a Woman -- When All is Said and Done, It's Easier to be a Fella" by David Dalton.

    "Strange Vanishings -- Lock Up Your Loved Ones and Your Prize Possessions, the Void's Stomach is Growling" by Curtis Sutherly.

    "Three Short Essays on the Secret Life of Modern Cities" by David Mamet, photos by Helmut Newton.

    "The FBI Has You by the Files" by Robert S. Wieder.

    What happens when an unstoppable freedom of information act meets an immovable government stone wall.

    "Hollywood's Killer B's" by Mitch Tuchman.

    Low-budget exploitation films have provided the ideas for some of the Seventies' biggest box-office hits.

    Photos by John Kelly and Nicholas De Sciose.

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    Oui March 1977

    Stan Lee by Anne Beatts. The mastermind of Marvel Comics talks about his life with The Hulk and Spider-Man, the transformation of dime-store superheroes into post-atomic myths and how V.D. made him what he is today.

    "Yes. There is Life After Death" by Linda Witt.

    Cheer up, America! Would Medical Science Lie to You?

    "Fun Goo" by Charles Monagan.

    Candy bars are better than ever -- although some are better than others.

    "Cry, the Beloved Lebanon" by Albert Pariente-Cohen.

    An Arab Jew who was able to get out in time grieves for those who didn't.

    "There's No Sex Like No Sex" by Joyce Greller.

    Asexuality may be just the thing for those who believe that it is better to give than to put out.

    "The Klan's New Clothes" by Henry Hurt III.

    In this age of the New South, even the Klan is trying to polish its image, thanks to the efforts of young, media-hip Kleagle David Duke.

    "In Sweat We Trust" by Robert S. Wieder.

    Exercise is our new national religion. But who should believe -- and how much?

    "Mad Magazines" by Robert Singer.

    There is a man for all seasons, a means for every purpose and a magazine for every meathead.


  • Debra Tate photographed by Suze Randall. Sharon Tate's little sister.
  • Photos by Jeff Dunas.

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    Oui April 1977

    Dr. J. Allen Hynek by Jerome Clark. The dean of UFO researchers discusses the lates sightings, relates his favorte theories and adds a few words about the coming end of reality as we know it.

    Short Takes
    Caroline Svendsen Champion by Alex Abella.

    The first lady of prize fighting pulls no punches, but she won't hit another lady in the chest.

    "Is This the Man Who Ate Michael Rockefeller?" by Lorne Blair.

    The anthropologist/author visits New Guinea and solves the mystery of the young heir's grotesque disappearance.

    "Sex Therapy at Home" by Gini Kopecky.

    "Pity the Pure Superhero!" by Dennis O'Neil.

    He can't swear, he can't take off his clothes and he's not even allowed to lust after women in his heart.

    "Deep Massage" by D. Keith Mano.

    Sticks and stones may beark your bones, but Dr. Rolf just wants to move them around a little.

    "One Skidded Over the Cuckoo's Nest" by Tom Shales.

    Nicholson, Redford, Eastwood, Move Over! Bud Cort has slipped his noose and he's hell-bent for glory.

    "President Kissinger" by Maurice Girodias.

    The publisher of "Lolita," "Naked Lunch" and "Candy" reports on his run-in with Scientoloy, U.S. Immigration and the greatest German Diplomat since Metternich.

    Photos by Otto Weisser, Ken Marcus and Jeff Dunas.

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    Oui May 1977

    Faye Dunaway by Fred Robbins. Our only modern-day vamp explains those complicated love scenes in Network. Features
    "The Bands Perfect Goodbye" by Emmett Grogan
    How Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Joni Mitchell, Stephen Stills, Dr. John, Neil Young, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Ronnie Hawkins, and Paul Butterfield (to name a few) assembled to create a legendary concert. A behind the scenes report.

    "Superfolks" by Robert Mayer
    A formerly powerful Do-Gooder, now living in the suburbs, tries to muster his strength for an epic struggle with inner-city muggers.

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    Oui June 1977

    Round-Table Discussion
    "Undercover Work" by Peter Manso.
  • W. Mark Felt
  • David Atlee Phillips
  • Major John F. Regan
  • Features
    "Artists and Models" by Anais Nin.

    "The Astrology Industry" by Henry Weil.

    "What's Your Sign!" Is the most boring question of the Seventies. Far more interesting is the question "Is anyone getting rich off it?"

    "My Life on the Lam" by Abbie Hoffman.

    "Underground Airlines" by John Roemer.

    The charters have ferried pilgrims to Mecca, orphans out of Vietnam, and they'll fly you to exotic places for prices pedestrian.

    "My Brother-In-Law Adolf" memoir by Brigid Hitler.

    The future Fuhrer vists his relatives in Liverpool, England, and explains why he has decided to remain a bachelor.


  • Leah Leveque photographed by Jeff Dunas
  • Photos by Suze Randall.

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    Oui July 1977

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    Oui August 1977

    Arnold Schwarzenegger by Peter Manso.

    "Legionnaire's Disease Mystery Solved!" by Ed Sanders.

    "The Ilsa Blitz" (Dyanne Thorne).

    Article by Robert S. Wieder.

    "The Making of Softball 1977" by Charles Monagan.

    "The Saucer Men of Tennessee and the Unspeakable Things They Did to Sanley Ingram's Daughter" by Glenn O'Brien.


    Photos by Eric Muller and Jeff Dunas.

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    Oui September 1977

    Ted Taylor by David Rothman. The whiz kid of Los Alamos tells how to construct a homemade atomic bomb, describes what would hapen if it exploded in the World Trade Center and makes 50-year projections that will scare your pants off.

    "Who Runs Jimmy Carter?" by Craig S. Karpel.

    Imagine a powerful international study group with only the most limited taste for democracy and the blessings and backing of David Rockefeller.

    "Dr. Demento's History of Dirty Discs -- From Ether Waters to Richard Pryor by Way of Redd Foxx" by Darry (Dr. Demento) Hansen.

    "Passion Pits -- The Film May be PG, But the Audiences are Strickly X" by Gregory Curtis.

    "The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth About Lie Detectors -- So Help Us God!" by Craig Pyes.

    "Mail-Order Miracles -- The Secrets of Life Revealed, No COD, Prices Slightly Higher West of the Himalayas" by Glenn O'Brien.

    "Ladies and Gentlemen: Johnny Bench" by Robert S. Wieder.

    Whatevery he may do on or off the field this season, we do know this: He is a true hero and the only active player who is manifestly the best ever at his position.

    "Anita Bryant's Holy War on Homosexuals" by Albert Glass.

    Her eyes have seen the glory holes, and in her imagination, she has seen gay men recruiting teenagers at the schoolhouse door.

    Photos by Jeff Dunas.

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    Oui October 1977

    It's Our Fifth Birthday and We're Having a Party

    Renee Richards (Dr. Richard Raskind) by Fred Robbins. The world's most famous transsexual talks about the sources of her compulsion, the unfairness of the Women's Tennis Association and the superiority of the female orgasm.

    "It's A Gala -- The Fabulous Five-Year History of Oui".

    "The Richest Man in the World" by J. Colby.

    Daniel Keith Ludwig is the richest man in the world. Some say he is also the most dangerous man in the world. Among many other things, he owns a large chunk of the Amazon basin, and what he is doing there will take your breath away.

    "The Birds of North America -- The Simple Joys of Digital Watching"

  • Fiorello La Guardia
  • Veep Nelson Rockefeller
  • Jack Lemmon
  • Robert Blake
  • Bernie Parent
  • Ilie "Nasty" Nastase
  • Crew from the U.S.S. Pueblo
  • "The Life After Death of Wilhelm Reich, Sex Researcher" by John Roemer.

    The descoverer of orgone energy still has a message for his followers, if only they'd shut up for a minute and listen.

    "My Life in Orgone Boxes" by William Burroughs.

    The elder statesman of American letters recalls his experiments with sex-energy accumulators.

    "Does Meditation (Left) Know Something That Prayer (Right) Doesn't Know?" by Harvey Cox.

    An eminent christion theologian confronts -- and ultimately resists -- the Eastern religions movement in America.

    "The Losingest Team in Football -- A Season in the Cellar with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers" by John Clancy.

    "The War of the Flowers" by Craig Pyes.

    In the villages of the Mexican Sierras, the peasants have finally found a crop worth cultivating. And now the federales and the American DEA are trying to take it away from them.

    Photos by Francis Giacobetti, Jeff Dunas and Albert Watson.

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    Oui November 1977

    Three Interviews by Francesco Scavullo.
  • Robert Evans The producer of Love Story and Godfather explains how luck and good looks made him a great man, how workaholism wrecks his marriages and why politics is only second-rate showbiz.
  • Harry Reasoner The fatherly, silver-voiced anchorman of the American Brodcasting Company speaks out on electronic journalism, traumatic birthdays and why he's not likely to be a candidate for public office in 1978.
  • Bruce Jenner America's Olympic decathlon champion contemplates his own mortality, endorses vitamins and Big Macs and explains why he likes his women to be strong and independent.
  • Discussion
    "The New Racism -- The Carter Charade and Other Late-Seventies Contributions to America's Continuing Uncivil War"

  • Julian Bond
  • Eleanor Holmes Norton
  • Richard Hatcher
  • Jesse Jackson
  • Dick Gregory
  • Features
    "You Had to be There -- Comedy is Like Lovemaking, You Remember Only the Nights You Bombed" by David Brenner.

    "The Harvard-Radcliffe Prostitution Ring" by Sid Blumenthal.

    Photos by Robert Elias and Francis Giacobetti.

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    Oui December 1977

  • Robert K. Brown by J. David Truby. The King of the Mercenaries talks about his Soldier of Fortune magaine, his blood-and-guts encounters with the Viet Cong and Cuban refugees, and why he thinks war is absolute heaven.
  • "The Ultra-Ultra Girls -- "Beneath the Valley of the Ultravixens"".
  • June Mack
  • Kitten Natividad
  • Sharon Hill
  • Ann Marie
  • Features
    "Pigs With Wings" by Lidia Ravera and Marco Lombardo-Radice.

    "The Unspeakably Vicious Toys-And-Games Industry" by Jim Esposito.

    Did you ever think up a terrific idea for a new toy? Better read this first.

    "My Life in Barter" by Karl Hess.

    A leading libertarian activist describes his low-income lifestyle, where goods and services are traded for and not bought with money.

    "Flight Attendants Fight Back" by Burr Snider.

    Make nice with these ladies or you're going to wear a cup of hot coffee all the way from New York to Los Angeles.

    "Extremist Glamor" by Glenn O'Brien.

    The Marquis de Sade Stalks the new discos, beauty and the beast are comparing notes and the fashion business is revving up for the new look of 1984.


  • Kim MacCraken photographed by Jeff Dunas
  • Photos by Francis Giacobetti.

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