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Being only four feet, four inches tall he regularly joked about his size, "I'm never short on jokes… but I am short".  White used many different names throughout his career: Little Joe White, Micro, Puzzles the Clown, Little Oscar, Prince Tiny, Midget Magician, The World's Smallest Magician, and The World's Smallest Magician and Mentalist. 
  
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He died of a heart attack in 2001. <ref>http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2001/2001-09_10-16.htm</ref>
 
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*Micro Mental Miracles (1965)
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* Magic For Heaven's Sake (1962)
 
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* Micro Mental Programs (1966)
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* Scotch Brand Of Magic (1967)
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* Select Mental Effects (1980)
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* Wee Wizard's Wiles (1987).
  
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Revision as of 13:27, 20 May 2012

Joseph White (1925-2001), known as The Midget Magician, was a magician and mentalist.[1]

Joseph White
BornJoseph Michael White
January 1, 1925
Dorchester, Massachusetts
DiedSeptember 10, 2001 (age 76)

Being only four feet, four inches tall he regularly joked about his size, "I'm never short on jokes… but I am short". White used many different names throughout his career: Little Joe White, Micro, Puzzles the Clown, Little Oscar, Prince Tiny, Midget Magician, The World's Smallest Magician, and The World's Smallest Magician and Mentalist.

He died of a heart attack in 2001. [2]

Books

  • Magic For Heaven's Sake (1962)
  • Micro Mental Miracles (1965)
  • Micro Mental Programs (1966)
  • Scotch Brand Of Magic (1967)
  • Select Mental Effects (1980)
  • Wee Wizard's Wiles (1987).

References

  1. Obit Genii 2001 December
  2. http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2001/2001-09_10-16.htm