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'''Al Munro''' (1925-2002), a jeweler, was a regular attendee of the [[FFFF]] convention and founding member of the [[Canadian Association of Magicians]].
 
'''Al Munro''' (1925-2002), a jeweler, was a regular attendee of the [[FFFF]] convention and founding member of the [[Canadian Association of Magicians]].
  
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== Biography ==
 
Munro began as a juggler and clown during World War II entertaining the men on his ship and later performing for various clubs in his home town.  He  then developed a manipulative act during which had a costume change into a clown.   
 
Munro began as a juggler and clown during World War II entertaining the men on his ship and later performing for various clubs in his home town.  He  then developed a manipulative act during which had a costume change into a clown.   
  
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Latest revision as of 08:01, 3 May 2014

Al Munro
BornElmer Robert Munro
June 11, 1925
DiedOctober 7, 2002 (age 77)
NationalityCanadian

Al Munro (1925-2002), a jeweler, was a regular attendee of the FFFF convention and founding member of the Canadian Association of Magicians.

Biography

Munro began as a juggler and clown during World War II entertaining the men on his ship and later performing for various clubs in his home town. He then developed a manipulative act during which had a costume change into a clown.

He was a member the SAM and the IBM (#22443, Order Of Merlin) Rings #256 (London, Ont.), #49 (Hamilton, Ont.), and #12 (Buffalo, NY).

Later in life, known for his 'Geritol Kid' act, and lectured for many local I.B.M. Rings with his Rocky Racoon, and his self made coin effects.[1]

References

  1. http://canadianmagiciansarchive.homestead.com/m.html