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[[Don Alan]] (February 22, 1926 - April 15, 1999), born Donald Alan McWethy was a pioneer in close-up magic on television.
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'''Don Alan''' (February 22, 1926 - April 15, 1999), born Donald Alan McWethy was a pioneer in close-up magic on television.
   
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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
 
Alan appeared on his own daytime TV show called Magic. Then worked as "Sir Dono" on Princess Mary Hartline's Magic Castle morning show.  Alan also appeared on other television shows including The [[Ed Sullivan Show]], [[Playboy After Dark]], [[The Tonight Show]], [[Mike Douglas]], [[Dick Cavett]] and Garry Moore.
 
Alan appeared on his own daytime TV show called Magic. Then worked as "Sir Dono" on Princess Mary Hartline's Magic Castle morning show.  Alan also appeared on other television shows including The [[Ed Sullivan Show]], [[Playboy After Dark]], [[The Tonight Show]], [[Mike Douglas]], [[Dick Cavett]] and Garry Moore.
  
In the 1960s, he hosted his won TV show, Don Alan's Magic Ranch.  
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In the 1960s, he hosted his own TV show, [[Don Alan's Magic Ranch]].  
  
He is best known for his presentations of the [[Chop Cup]], [[Invisible Deck]], [[Rising Cards]], [[Benson Bowl]] and his many kicker endings that he liked to use.
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He is best known for his presentations of the [[Chop Cup]], [[Invisible Deck]], [[Rising Cards]], [[Benson Bowl]] and his many kicker endings that he liked to use.<ref>[http://www.magicnook.com/forum/bioAB.htm Brief Biography]</ref>
 
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Alan is buried at Lakeside Cemetery in Colon, Michigan.
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
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* Don Alan, Volume 28: The Greater Magic Video Library (1988) [[Stevens Magic Emporium]]
 
* Don Alan, Volume 28: The Greater Magic Video Library (1988) [[Stevens Magic Emporium]]
  
== External links and references==
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== References==
 
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* [http://www.magicnook.com/forum/bioAB.htm Brief Biography]
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[[Category:Biographies]]
 
[[Category:Biographies]]

Revision as of 20:39, 28 February 2012

Don Alan (February 22, 1926 - April 15, 1999), born Donald Alan McWethy was a pioneer in close-up magic on television.

Don Alan
BornDonald Alan McWethy
February 22, 1926
USA
DiedApril 15, 1999 (age 73)
Resting placeLakeside Cemetery in Colon, Michigan.

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Biography

Alan appeared on his own daytime TV show called Magic. Then worked as "Sir Dono" on Princess Mary Hartline's Magic Castle morning show. Alan also appeared on other television shows including The Ed Sullivan Show, Playboy After Dark, The Tonight Show, Mike Douglas, Dick Cavett and Garry Moore.

In the 1960s, he hosted his own TV show, Don Alan's Magic Ranch.

He is best known for his presentations of the Chop Cup, Invisible Deck, Rising Cards, Benson Bowl and his many kicker endings that he liked to use.[1]

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