Club 71

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[[Club 71]] was a bimonthly [[Magic Periodical]] for [[Repro Magic]] in Great Britain that began in 1970 and lasted over 20 years. It was replaced by [[The Magician (UK)|The Magician]]. [[File:Club71.jpg|thumb|right]]
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'''Club 71''' was a bimonthly [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Geoff Maltby]] for [[Repro Magic]] in Great Britain that began in 1970 with a winter issue.
  
In 1984 [[Geoff Maltby]] asked [[Walt Lees]] to help revive the magazine and it continued for over another 20 years.
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It ceased publication in 1978 after only 14 issues published.  
  
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Then in 1984,  Maltby asked [[Walt Lees]] to help revive the magazine for 3 issues. It gradually grew, with more issues published each year. 
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In 1998 "Club 71" was expanded to "Club 71 Magician's Magazine" for about 20 issues until it became the "Club 71 For The Magician". Then after another 20 issues it became just [[The_Magician_(UK)|The Magician]] until it's last issue in 2007.
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In 1998, Maltby published a parody of [[Abra]] called "Abra Codabra" as a supplement in 1998.
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[[Category:Periodicals]]

Latest revision as of 10:08, 24 July 2011

Club 71
Club71.jpg
FrequencyIrregular
PublisherRepro Magic
First issue1970
Final issue2007
CountryEngland
Total issues192 (including The Magician)

Club 71 was a bimonthly Magic Periodical by Geoff Maltby for Repro Magic in Great Britain that began in 1970 with a winter issue.

It ceased publication in 1978 after only 14 issues published.

Then in 1984, Maltby asked Walt Lees to help revive the magazine for 3 issues. It gradually grew, with more issues published each year.

In 1998 "Club 71" was expanded to "Club 71 Magician's Magazine" for about 20 issues until it became the "Club 71 For The Magician". Then after another 20 issues it became just The Magician until it's last issue in 2007.

In 1998, Maltby published a parody of Abra called "Abra Codabra" as a supplement in 1998.

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