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Goodliffe (1912 - December 26, 1980), born Charles Goodliffe Neale in Britain. He was a supplier of church furniture, magic creator and editor of the weekly [[Abra]] magazine and [[Goodliffe's Magic Monthly]].
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'''Goodliffe''' (1912 - 1980) was a supplier of church furniture, magic creator and editor of the weekly [[Abra]] magazine and [[Goodliffe's Magic Monthly]].
  
 
He published the work of several other magicians and adopted the new media of his time, the cassette, as a way to provide a record of magicians and magical events.
 
He published the work of several other magicians and adopted the new media of his time, the cassette, as a way to provide a record of magicians and magical events.

Revision as of 15:07, 15 September 2011

Goodliffe
BornCharles Goodliffe Neale
1912
Britain
DiedDecember 26, 1980
CategoriesBooks by Goodliffe

Goodliffe (1912 - 1980) was a supplier of church furniture, magic creator and editor of the weekly Abra magazine and Goodliffe's Magic Monthly.

He published the work of several other magicians and adopted the new media of his time, the cassette, as a way to provide a record of magicians and magical events.

Books