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[[Joe Stuthard]] (1913? - 1993?) , "Canadian TV Magician" and [[Svengali Deck]] pitchman who spent time in Canada and England.
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'''Joe Stuthard''' (c.1913-c.1993) , "Canadian TV Magician" and [[Svengali Deck]] pitchman, spent time in Canada and England.
 
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He also billed himself as the "Canadian Funatic". His wife was regularly used as a stooge from the audience in his shows, rather than as an assistant.
 
He also billed himself as the "Canadian Funatic". His wife was regularly used as a stooge from the audience in his shows, rather than as an assistant.
  
Stuthard created the [[Trilby Deck]] in 1949 and founded the [[Kaymar Magic Co.]] with [[Harry Baron]] around 1953. The name was formed using the first name of Joe's wife (Kay) and the first three letters of Harry's wife's name (Mary).
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Stuthard created the [[Trilby Deck]] in [[1949]] and founded the [[Kaymar Magic Co.]] with [[Harry Baron]] around 1953. The name was formed using the first name of Joe's wife (Kay) and the first three letters of Harry's wife's name (Mary).
  
 
He was a vice president of The [[Zodiac Magical Society]] and member for the [[Magic Circle]] (M.I.M.C. with Gold Star).  The Stuthard Trophy, from the Zodiac Magical Society, is awarded yearly (since 1950) by the president to the most useful member.
 
He was a vice president of The [[Zodiac Magical Society]] and member for the [[Magic Circle]] (M.I.M.C. with Gold Star).  The Stuthard Trophy, from the Zodiac Magical Society, is awarded yearly (since 1950) by the president to the most useful member.
  
He Genii, it was reported that he died in Australia at the age of eighty.
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In [[Genii 1993 October]], it was reported that he died in Australia at the age of eighty.
 
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
* Svengali Subleties (1949)
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* [[Trilby Deck]] (1949)
* Trilby Deck (1949)
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* [[Svengali Subtleties]] (1949)
 
* Stooging Around (1950)
 
* Stooging Around (1950)
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==References==
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[[Category:Biographies]]
 
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Revision as of 18:12, 14 September 2012

Joe Stuthard (c.1913-c.1993) , "Canadian TV Magician" and Svengali Deck pitchman, spent time in Canada and England.

Joe Stuthard
BornJoe Stuthard
circa 1913
Canada
Diedcirca 1993 (age 79)
Australia
CategoriesBooks by Joe Stuthard

He also billed himself as the "Canadian Funatic". His wife was regularly used as a stooge from the audience in his shows, rather than as an assistant.

Stuthard created the Trilby Deck in 1949 and founded the Kaymar Magic Co. with Harry Baron around 1953. The name was formed using the first name of Joe's wife (Kay) and the first three letters of Harry's wife's name (Mary).

He was a vice president of The Zodiac Magical Society and member for the Magic Circle (M.I.M.C. with Gold Star). The Stuthard Trophy, from the Zodiac Magical Society, is awarded yearly (since 1950) by the president to the most useful member.

In Genii 1993 October, it was reported that he died in Australia at the age of eighty.

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References

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