Rémi Ceillier

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Rémi Ceillier
BornRémi-Louis-Marie-Joseph Ceillier
December 23, 1883
Rennes, France
DiedApril 21, 1943 (age 59)

Rémi Ceillier (1883-1943) was a Professor of Science and amateur magician who performed as "Professeur Boscar".

Biography

He was vice-president Chambre syndicale de la prestidigation and member of A.S.A.P.[1]

Books

  • Les Principes psychologiques et techniques de l'illusionisme (1922)
  • Dix Séances d'illusionnisme (1928)
  • L'Escamotage chez Rabelais (1934)
  • Manuel pratique d'illusionnisme et de prestidigitation, Vol. 1 (1935)
  • Manuel pratique d'illusionnisme et de prestidigitation, Vol. 2 (1936)


References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, September, 1934
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