Octopussy was first serialised in the March and April issues of Playboy magazine. Midsummer Night's Doom is a special story commissioned to help celebrate Playboy's 45th anniversary, featuring Playboy Playmate Lisa Dergan. She is, to date, the only real-life person to be featured as a Bond girl in any literary Bond story. Her centrefold can be seen briefly as is walking out of the office. See below for the cover.
By Jenny Johnston for the Daily Mail. Updated: GMT, 20 January Knowing what sort of domestic set-up to expect at the home of a former Bond Girl is a tricky one, especially when that Bond Girl is Lana Wood — a woman who seems to have gone through life collecting lovers in a way that makes even look like an amateur. Or, maybe not. I just am who I am. Alain Delon, once described as the most beautiful man on the planet, was a former squeeze. Then there was Warren Beatty. Yet, today, Lana Wood, younger sister of actress Natalie Wood, is sharing a home with her daughter, three grandchildren, a dog, a cat and a mouse. Is there really no man at all in her life today? I surrender.
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Alongside interviews with well-known public figures, PLAYBOY also has a long history of publishing short stories and novels by some of the world's most notable writers. The March issue is also notable for having a pictorial featuring Jill St. John who, just over a decade later, would star in as Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever - becoming the first American actress to play a Bond girl. In the film Diamonds Are Forever in order to confuse his contact Tiffany Case, Bond replaces his wallet with that of diamond smuggler Peter Franks Joe Robinson who he has just killed. The hardback first edition of the novel was published in the UK by Jonathan Cape in the same month. The story was illustrated by Robert Weaver who was the brother of noted actor Fritz Weaver