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[[Henry Cameron]] (November 8, 1881- July 31, 1944) was an Australian born magician who performed as Carmo and The Great Carmo.  
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'''Henry Cameron''' (November 8, 1881- July 31, 1944) was an Australian born magician who performed as '''Carmo''' and The Great Carmo.  
 
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He began his career as a strongman before moving to England and establishing his own circus. Organizing a tent show billed as "The Great Carmo Circus Menagerie," he toured the British Isles featuring many animals.
  
He began his career as a strongman before moving to England and establishing his own circus. Organizing a tent show billed as "The Great Carmo Circus Menagerie." he toured the British Isles featuring many animals.
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He developed the [[Carmo Beads]] routine and a silk production without apparatus.<ref>[[Sphinx]], Vol. 43 (1944) Page 204 - Report of his death</ref><ref>[[Magic Circular]], Vol. 69, page 68, 1975</ref><ref>[[Linking Ring]], Vol. 66, page 63, 1986</ref>
  
He developed the [[Carmo Beads]] routine and a silk production without apparatus.
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* [[Sphinx]], Vol. 43 (1944) Page 204 - Report of his death
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* [[Magic Circular]], Vol. 69, page 68, 1975.
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* [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 66, page 63, 1986.
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Revision as of 22:15, 2 March 2012

Henry Cameron (November 8, 1881- July 31, 1944) was an Australian born magician who performed as Carmo and The Great Carmo.

Carmo
BornHenry Cameron
November 08, 1881
Australia
DiedJuly 31, 1944 (age 62)

He began his career as a strongman before moving to England and establishing his own circus. Organizing a tent show billed as "The Great Carmo Circus Menagerie," he toured the British Isles featuring many animals.

He developed the Carmo Beads routine and a silk production without apparatus.[1][2][3]


References

  1. Sphinx, Vol. 43 (1944) Page 204 - Report of his death
  2. Magic Circular, Vol. 69, page 68, 1975
  3. Linking Ring, Vol. 66, page 63, 1986
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