This 1968 international film festival had everything: Scandinavian skinny dippers, an unrequited love among amateur chocolatiers, and more Peter Sellers than anyone can handle. More
About: Jeff Brown
If you’ve ever read from the Flat Stanley children’s book series, you’re at least somewhat familiar with the writing of Jeff Brown. Raised in New York, Brown became a child actor after attending the Professional Children’s School. His career took him to Hollywood to work as a producer and story consultant with Paramount Studios, but he eventually returned to the East Coast to work in magazines. Brown worked in the editorial departments of The New Yorker, Life, Esquire, and this magazine.