The picture above illustrated an article in Daytime TV, March 1972, one of many articles on Peter and his new bride, model Yvette Safargy. They were married on November 14, 1971 in Beverly Hills. They honeymooned in Venezuela where Peter was filming Piranha, Piranha [working title "Caribe"] costarring William Smith.
The pictures above illustrated a "happy married couple" article in Afternoon TV, September 1972. The article "Monkey Business" was about the monkey they had brought back from their Venezuelan Honeymoon the previous November. They must have been desperate to have some excuse to get Peter in their magazine to have come up with this inane little topic.
The October 1972 issue of TV Dawn to Dusk brought an article in which Peter's soon to be third ex-wife tells why she chose a man who's been around. There was no follow-up the next year as to why she divorced a man who's been around.
The photo layout immediately above and below was emailed to us by Jo Anne Roberts.
She also let us borrow the 80-page scrapbook she won on ebay.Ah, the bitter irony of having bits of one's life reported in TV magazines. The profile above from TV by Day, September 1973 reported that Peter's laest accomplishment was becoming a happily married man. He shared with Yvette interests in tennis and Tarot card reading. The marriage didn't last much longer.
Daytime TV Yearbook 1974
From Daytime TV Yearbook -- 1974The rather Hugh Hefneresque picture above illustrated an excruciatingly cutesy, gushy story [the reference to Peter as "Petey" says it all] in the April 1974 issue of Daily TV Serials. ["A Bachelor Again, Peter Brown Chases the Hollywood Dream"] It was written just after the divorce while Peter was filming Foxy Brown and discussed his role in that movie, his producer role on Gentle Savage starring William Smith [called then Up Yours, Pilgrim] and his recent divorce.
The picture above illustrated an article entitled "Three Strikes Doesn't Mean You're Out" in Afternoon TV, January 1974. The gist of the article was that "despite his three divorces, Peter says his marriages have not been failures." His feelings were still friendly toward all three exs. He had a wonderful son to show for his second marriage. The article discussed his then-current girlfriend Jean Carlson McKay, the ability to be totally organized in his life (a trait he shared with his son), his studies in metaphysics and the contents of his snazzy shoulder bag. The article actually devoted the majority of its space to Peter's spiritual growth, meditation and self-awareness, subjects not easily explained in a daytime tv magazine. But very, very 1970's.
The above pictures of Peter with his then-girlfriend Nancy and his son Matthew were part of a little feature in a 1974 Afternoon TV Stars. His divorce from Yvette was apparently not yet final but friends opined that he might marry Nancy when it was. Not.
The picture above was part of a little article in the 1976 Daylight TV Super Special entitled, "Peter Brown is Always Changing, But One Love is Constant." The thrust of the article was that while unsuccessful in marriage, Peter was successful as a loving father.
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