George Heubeck

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During his last years of life, before he died blind and poverty-stricken, he was aided by [[Ottokar Fischer]] whom he revealed many of Hofzinser's unique card experiments. <ref>The History of Conjuring and Magic by [[Henry Ridgely Evans]] (1928)  </ref>
 
During his last years of life, before he died blind and poverty-stricken, he was aided by [[Ottokar Fischer]] whom he revealed many of Hofzinser's unique card experiments. <ref>The History of Conjuring and Magic by [[Henry Ridgely Evans]] (1928)  </ref>
  
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George Heubeck
BornAugust 30, 1829
Vienna, Austria
DiedMarch 8, 1899 (age 69)

George Heubeck (1829-1899), born in Vienna, was one of Hofzinser's favorite pupils.

In 1870, he was assistant to Compars Herrmann and a few years later in the year 1873, he was engaged by Kratky-Baschik to perform at his theatre in Vienna. He played there for eight straight years.

During his last years of life, before he died blind and poverty-stricken, he was aided by Ottokar Fischer whom he revealed many of Hofzinser's unique card experiments. [1]

References

  1. The History of Conjuring and Magic by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)
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