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[[Ed Marlo]] (October 10, 1913 - November 7, 1991), born Edward Malkowski in Chicago, Illinois, was a prolific author and creator of well over 2,000 routines.
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'''Ed Marlo''' (October 10, 1913 - November 7, 1991), born Edward Malkowski in Chicago, Illinois, was a prolific author and creator of well over 2,000 routines.
 
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He coined the term "cardician" for magicians that perform card magic.   
 
He coined the term "cardician" for magicians that perform card magic.   
  
Marlo mentored and collaborated with many magicians including: [[Allan Ackerman]], [[Simon Aronson]], [[Steve Draun]], [[Bill Malone]], [[Jimmy Molinari]], [[Jon Racherbaumer]] and [[David Solomon]].
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Marlo mentored and collaborated with many magicians including: [[Allan Ackerman]], [[Simon Aronson]], [[Steve Draun]], [[Bill Malone]], [[Jimmy Molinari]], [[Jon Racherbaumer]] and [[David Solomon]].<ref>Cover [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 25, no. 11, January 1946</ref><ref>An Ed Marlo Bibliography, [[Ibidem]] Issue 8 (December, 1956)</ref><ref>Cover Linking Ring, Vol. 37, no. 4, June 1957</ref><ref>Cover [[New Tops]], Vol. 8, no. 1, January 1968</ref><ref>Obit [[Genii 1992 March]]</ref><ref>[http://www.magicnook.com/forum/bioKLM.htm Brief Biography at The Magic Nook]</ref><ref>[http://www.jimmycards.com/jcmmarlo.htm  Jimmy "Cards" Molinari Marlo page]</ref>
  
 
== Controversy ==
 
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==References==
 
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* Cover [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 25, no. 11, January 1946
 
* An Ed Marlo Bibliography, [[Ibidem]] Issue 8 (December, 1956)
 
* Cover Linking Ring, Vol. 37, no. 4, June 1957
 
* Cover [[New Tops]], Vol. 8, no. 1, January 1968
 
* Obit [[Genii 1992 March]]
 
 
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* [http://www.magicnook.com/forum/bioKLM.htm Brief Biography at The Magic Nook]
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*[http://www.jimmycards.com/jcmmarlo.htm Jimmy "Cards" Molinari Marlo page]
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Revision as of 08:50, 18 March 2012

Ed Marlo (October 10, 1913 - November 7, 1991), born Edward Malkowski in Chicago, Illinois, was a prolific author and creator of well over 2,000 routines.

Ed Marlo
BornEdward Malkowski
October 10, 1913
Chicago, Illinois
DiedNovember 07, 1991 (age 78)

He coined the term "cardician" for magicians that perform card magic.

Marlo mentored and collaborated with many magicians including: Allan Ackerman, Simon Aronson, Steve Draun, Bill Malone, Jimmy Molinari, Jon Racherbaumer and David Solomon.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Contents

Controversy

Marlo was and is a controversial figure, often being accused of publishing material belonging to others including ATFUS and The Depth Illusion.

Harry Lorayne stated in an interview with the Magic Newswire on July 29, 2008 that he finally determined Marlo's "code of ethic" was that if Marlo figured out a routine on his own, he felt it was fine to publish it. But if someone told him how it was done, he would not publish that version.

Books


Ed performing

Marketed Tricks & Manuscripts

  • Marlo's Miracle No. 1 : The Perfect Stop Trick (1945)
  • Marlo's Miracle No. 2 : Double Trouble (1945)
  • Marlo's Miracle No. 3 : Jab Revelation (1947)
  • A Devilish Miracle (1948) with Carmen D'Amico
  • Havana Deal (1948)
  • Marlo Miracle Deck (1951)
  • Yogi Bird Card Trick (1952)
  • A Twick As Wovely As a Twee (1953)
  • The M.S. Deck (1954)
  • Marlo's Oddity (1957)
  • Marlo's Phantom Deck (1959)
  • Those Wild, Wild Aces (1971)
  • The Dealer's Delight (1976)

Book contributions

Magazine contributions

  • 1937 Tops (as Edward (Marko) Malkowski)
  • 1938 Tops (as Edward (Marko) Malkowski)
  • 1939 Tops (as Edward (Marko) Malkowski)
  • 1941 Tops (patter as Eddie Marlo)
  • 1942 Tops (Ad for Let's See the Deck as Edward Marlo)
  • 1942 Ireland's Year Book (pp. 3-11)
  • 1945 The Phoenix
  • 1947 The Phoenix
  • 1948 The Sphinx
  • 1949 The Linking Ring, The Phoenix, The Sphinx
  • 1950 Hugard's Magic Monthly, The Linking Ring, The Phoenix, The Sphinx
  • 1951 Hugard's Magic Monthly
  • 1953 Genii, M-U-M, The Phoenix
  • 1954 M-U-M, The New Phoenix
  • 1955 The Gen, The Linking Ring, The New Phoenix
  • 1956 Hugard's Magic Monthly, Ibidem, M-U-M, The Gen, The New Phoenix
  • 1957 Ibidem, The Gen, The Linking Ring, The New Phoenix, The Pentagram, M-U-M
  • 1958 Ibidem, Ireland's Trick Talk, M-U-M, The Pentagram
  • 1959 Hugard's Magic Monthly, Ibidem, M-U-M, The Gen, The Linking Ring, The Cardiste
  • 1960 Genii, Ibidem, The Gen, The Linking Ring, M-U-M
  • 1961 Genii, ibidem, The Linking Ring, The New Tops
  • 1962 Ibidem, The New Jinx, The New Phoenix
  • 1963 Hugard's Magic Monthly, Ibidem, The Linking Ring, The New Jinx, The New Tops
  • 1964 M-U-M, The New Tops
  • 1965 The New Tops, The Linking Ring
  • 1966 The New Tops, Genii, Pallbearers Review
  • 1967 The New Tops, Genii, Epilogue, Pallbearers Review; M-U-M
  • 1968 the New Tops, Genii, Ibidem, The Linking Ring, Epilogue, Pallbearers Review
  • 1969 The New Tops, Hierophant, Ibidem, The Linking Ring, Epilogue, Pallbearers Review, M-U-M
  • 1970 The New Tops, Hierophant, M-U-M, Talisman
  • 1971 Kabbala, The Linking Ring
  • 1972 The New Tops, Hierophant, Kabbala
  • 1973 The New Tops, Kabbala
  • 1974 The New Tops, The Linking Ring, Pabular
  • 1975 The New Tops, Hierophant, The Linking Ring, Swami
  • 1976 The New Tops, Kabbala, Genii, The Linking Ring, Pabular, Swami
  • 1977 The New Tops, Sticks and Stone, The Linking Ring, Swami
  • 1978 The New Tops, Sticks and Stone, The Linking Ring
  • 1979 The New Tops
  • 1980 The New Tops
  • 1981 The New Tops, Kabbala, Abracadabra, The Linking Ring, Magic Manuscript
  • 1982 The New Tops, Apocalypse, Magic Manuscript, Arcane
  • 1983 The New Tops, New Pentagram, Apocalypse, Magic Manuscript, M-U-M, Arcane, Epoptica
  • 1984 The New Tops, Apocalypse, West Coast Quarterly
  • 1985 The New Tops, Apocalypse, New Directions
  • 1986 The New Tops, Apocalypse, New Pentagram
  • 1987 The New Tops, Apocalypse
  • 1988 Apocalypse, Genii
  • 1989 Apocalypse, Genii
  • 1990 The Olram File, Apocalypse
  • 1991 The New Tops, The Linking Ring, The Olram File
  • 1992 The Olram File
  • 1993 The Olram File, Apocalypse
  • 1995 The Linking Ring, Magic
  • 1996 Magic
  • 1997 The Linking Ring, Magic
  • 1999 Magic
  • 2003 Magic
  • 2008 Genii

References

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  1. Cover Linking Ring, Vol. 25, no. 11, January 1946
  2. An Ed Marlo Bibliography, Ibidem Issue 8 (December, 1956)
  3. Cover Linking Ring, Vol. 37, no. 4, June 1957
  4. Cover New Tops, Vol. 8, no. 1, January 1968
  5. Obit Genii 1992 March
  6. Brief Biography at The Magic Nook
  7. Jimmy "Cards" Molinari Marlo page
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