Bev Bergeron

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Bev Bergeron
BornBevely Joseph Bergeron
December 29, 1930
Baytown, Texas

Bev Bergeron (b. 1930), editor/publisher of Bergeron Bee, rose from fame as Rebo the Clown on the CBS-TV show "Mark Wilson's Magic Land of Allakazam"


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Biography

He later had a 16-year run at Walt Disney's Diamond Horseshow Review at Walt Disney World in Florida.[1]


IBM President 1996-1997. [2]

INVENTED:

  • Multiplying Magic Wands
  • The One Balloon Dog (1957)
  • Utility Hat
  • The Silk Gun

Books

  • Bev Bergeron in Print. The Magic of Bev Bergeron (1975)
  • Willard the Wizard (book) (1978)
  • Predicting Time (1989)
  • Tony Marks - Aristocrat of Deception (2000)

Video

  • Bergeron, Bev: Masters Of Excellence #3 (VHS 1988)
  • REBO: Nose Clowning (VHS 1992 - DVD)
  • BEV BERGERON: On Tape! (VHS 1990 - DVD)
  • Entertaining Children with Magic (VHS)
  • The Magic of Bev Bergeron (DVD)
  • Bev Bergeron: Comedy & Clowning (DVD)

References

  1. cover, Linking Ring, 1985
  2. http://www.ibmring21.org/famous.html
  • The New Tops, Vol. 5, No. 9, September 1965, Cover Portrait ... Bev Bergeron - Creator of "Rebo the Clown" by Jim Conley, page 2
  • M-U-M Vol. 55, No. 5, October 1965, Cover - Bevely J. Bergeron, Magician-of-the-Month, by Leslie P. Guest, page 16
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 60, No. 2, February 1980, Our Cover, Bev Bergeron, page 59
  • M-U-M, Vol. 92, No. 9, February 2003, S.A.M. Magic Hall of Fame, Personality Profiles, Bev Bergeron, page 62
  • Inside the I.B.M BEV BERGERON [1]
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