Felix Blei

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Felix Blei
BornFelix Blei
June 1, 1874
Tremessen, Germany
DiedMarch 31, 1942 (age 67)
Los Angeles, California

Felix Blei (and later Bley), who had his own magic show for a short time, was a top professional manager/agent for magicians in the early 1900s.

Blei (which rhymes with eye) began in 1900 managing Morton Clivette.

A member of the S. A. M., IBM, founding president of the Cincinnati Ring, he edited the magic news page in The Billboard(1926-1929).[1]

Blei retired numerous times and managed many famous magicians of the day.[2]

Magicians managed:

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, November, 1931
  2. THE MYSTERY OF FELIX BLEY/BLEI by Robert Lund, Perennial Mystics Vol. 2 (1984)
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