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Auguste Drioux

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Auguste Drioux
BornMarch 3, 1884
Lyon, France
DiedMay 1937 (age 53)
Lyon, France

Auguste Drioux was a semi-professional magician (starting in 1899) and editor-publisher of French magic magazine Passez Muscade.


He was a member of S.I.A.P., I.B.M., and M.A.M.E.[1]

For ten seasons, he was associated professionally with Arnold Thoni, and they appeared under the stage name of "Te-De." Later he worked alone under the pseudonyme of "Pass."[2]

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, October, 1932
  2. Obit, Sphinx, July, 1937