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Harry Lorayne (born 1926) is a memory-training specialist and magician.
 
Harry Lorayne (born 1926) is a memory-training specialist and magician.
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He is well known for his memory demonstrations and has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."  
 
He is well known for his memory demonstrations and has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."  
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*''[[How to Develop a Super Power Memory]]'' (1957)
 
*''[[How to Develop a Super Power Memory]]'' (1957)
 
*''[[Richard Himber's Best of Billfooled]]'' (1958)
 
*''[[Richard Himber's Best of Billfooled]]'' (1958)
*''[[Close Up Card Magic]]'' ([[1962]])
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*''[[Close-Up Card Magic]]'' ([[1962]])
 
*''[[The Hundred Dollar Book]]'' (1963)
 
*''[[The Hundred Dollar Book]]'' (1963)
 
*''[[Personal Secrets]]'' (1964)
 
*''[[Personal Secrets]]'' (1964)
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*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 1]]'' (1982)
 
*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 1]]'' (1982)
 
*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 2]]'' (1985)
 
*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 2]]'' (1985)
*''[[Star Quality; The Magic of David Regal]]'' (1987)
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*''[[Star Quality: The Magic of David Regal]]'' (1987)
 
*''[[Meir Yedid's Card Animations]]'' (1987)
 
*''[[Meir Yedid's Card Animations]]'' (1987)
 
*''[[Trend Setters]]'' (1990)
 
*''[[Trend Setters]]'' (1990)
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*''[[Mathematical Wizardry]]'' (2006)
 
*''[[Mathematical Wizardry]]'' (2006)
 
*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 3]]'' (2007)
 
*''[[Best Of Friends, Vol. 3]]'' (2007)
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*''[[Lorayne: The Classic Collection. Vol. 2]]'' (2008)
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*''[[Lorayne: The Classic Collection. Vol. 3]]'' (2011)
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*''[[Special Effects]]'' (2011)
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==References==
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* Cover [[Genii 1963 January]]
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
http://www.harrylorayne.com/
 
http://www.harrylorayne.com/
  
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Revision as of 22:44, 24 October 2011

Harry Lorayne (born 1926) is a memory-training specialist and magician.

Harry Lorayne
BornHarry Lorayne
May 4, 1926
Manhattan, New York City

CategoriesBooks by Harry Lorayne

He is well known for his memory demonstrations and has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."

Lorayne is also a notable figure in the card magic world and has published several books and videos.

In the May 1999 Magic Magazine issue, they included him in a list of the 100 most influential magicians of the 20th century.

Bibliography

References

External Links

http://www.harrylorayne.com/

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