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'''Bob Farmer''' is an intellectual property rights lawyer, screenwriter, film producer and amateur magician. When not representing show business people, he performs, creates and writes about cards, close-up, and mentalism.<ref>BRAIN TO WALLET, Bob Farmer, [[Genii 1991 March]]</ref>
  
Born in 1948.
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Farmer attend his first [[FFFF]] in 1979 and was an early mentor to [[David Ben]].
  
Inventive amateur magician.
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He has contributed to [[Hade-E-Gram]], [[Linking Ring]], [[Epoptica]], and wrote the column ''Flim-Flam'' in [[Magic]] from 1992 to 2000 again within [[Genii]] from 2003 to 2005.
  
Column ''Flim-Flam'' in [[Magic]] from 1992 to 2000 then in [[Genii]] from 2003 to 2005.
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==Marketed Tricks==
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* Tsunami (1988)
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* Deja VooDoo (1989)
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* Headhunter (1989)
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* Nothing to Lose (1991)
  
[[Category:Biographies|Farmer, Bob]]
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==Books==
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* Beat 'Em, Cheat 'Em, Leave 'Em Bleedin (1994)
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== References ==
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Revision as of 03:21, 2 June 2011

Bob Farmer
BornRobert Arthur J. Farmer
1948
Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada

NationalityCanadian

Bob Farmer is an intellectual property rights lawyer, screenwriter, film producer and amateur magician. When not representing show business people, he performs, creates and writes about cards, close-up, and mentalism.[1]

Farmer attend his first FFFF in 1979 and was an early mentor to David Ben.

He has contributed to Hade-E-Gram, Linking Ring, Epoptica, and wrote the column Flim-Flam in Magic from 1992 to 2000 again within Genii from 2003 to 2005.

Marketed Tricks

  • Tsunami (1988)
  • Deja VooDoo (1989)
  • Headhunter (1989)
  • Nothing to Lose (1991)

Books

  • Beat 'Em, Cheat 'Em, Leave 'Em Bleedin (1994)

References

  1. BRAIN TO WALLET, Bob Farmer, Genii 1991 March


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