Del Monte

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'''Del Monte''' was the stage name of Charles Reagan who performed during the 1940s and 50s. He also performed with his wife, Marge, as "The Del Montes".<ref>Cover [[Genii 1943 September]]</ref>
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'''Del Monte''' (fl. 1940s and 1950s)  was the stage name of Charles Reagan who performed during the 1940s and 50s. He also performed with his wife, Marge, as "The Del Montes".<ref>Cover [[Genii 1943 September]]</ref>
  
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== Biography ==
 
For several years Del Monte has been working semi-professionally doing a pantomime act, wearing evening clothes and using a girl assistant.<ref>My Best by Thompson, Jr., J.G.(1945)</ref>
 
For several years Del Monte has been working semi-professionally doing a pantomime act, wearing evening clothes and using a girl assistant.<ref>My Best by Thompson, Jr., J.G.(1945)</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 17:44, 2 May 2014

Del Monte

Cover of Genii (1943)
BornCharles M. Reagan
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USA

Flourished1940s and 1950s

Del Monte (fl. 1940s and 1950s) was the stage name of Charles Reagan who performed during the 1940s and 50s. He also performed with his wife, Marge, as "The Del Montes".[1]

Biography

For several years Del Monte has been working semi-professionally doing a pantomime act, wearing evening clothes and using a girl assistant.[2]

He was taught by his friend, Miaco.

His "New Color Change of a Giant Card Fan" was published in My Best by J.G. Thompson (1945).

Hugard's Magic Monthly for March 1958 reported that he was recuperating from a heart attack in Jackson Heights, New York. Then MUM reported him "back at work" in the July 1958 issue.

References

  1. Cover Genii 1943 September
  2. My Best by Thompson, Jr., J.G.(1945)
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