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He worked as a demonstrator in New York City and had personal contact with some of the greats like [[Harry Kellar]], [[Nate Leipzig]] and [[Sam Horowitz]].
 
He worked as a demonstrator in New York City and had personal contact with some of the greats like [[Harry Kellar]], [[Nate Leipzig]] and [[Sam Horowitz]].
  
Christ, a member of the [[SAM]] of the Parent Assembly, died in Flushing, N.Y. on August 27, 1972.<ref>M-U-M Vol.62, No.6, November 1972 "Broken Wands", p.14</ref>
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Christ, a member of the [[SAM]] of the Parent Assembly, died in Flushing, N.Y. on August 27, 1972.<ref>M-U-M Vol.62, No.6, November 1972 "Broken Wands", p.14</ref><ref>http://ssdmf.info/by_number/071/071-20-7222.html</ref>
  
 
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Henry Christ
BornHenry J. Christ
February 19, 1903
New York
DiedAugust 27, 1972 (age 69)
Flushing, New York

Henry J. Christ (1903-1972) was an American magician and advertising executive who created such card sleights and routines as the Christ Force, Color-Changing Deck, Christ Half Pass, Fabulous Four Ace Routine, and Dead Man's Hand.

Christ (rhymes with "missed") was a contributor to the Jinx magazine and his "Dead Man's Hand" routine appeared in issue No. 33 (June, 1937) page 209.

He worked as a demonstrator in New York City and had personal contact with some of the greats like Harry Kellar, Nate Leipzig and Sam Horowitz.

Christ, a member of the SAM of the Parent Assembly, died in Flushing, N.Y. on August 27, 1972.[1][2]

References

  1. M-U-M Vol.62, No.6, November 1972 "Broken Wands", p.14
  2. http://ssdmf.info/by_number/071/071-20-7222.html
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