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'''Milo & Roger''' ([[Arthur Brandon|Arthur "Milo" Brandon]] and [[Roger Coker]]) traveled the world with their comedy and magic act from the mid 1950s until well into the 1990s.  
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They appeared on television many times around the world including "[[The Tonight Show]] with [[Johnny Carson]]" and "The Hollywood Palace".<ref>http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=148742</ref><ref>Milo and Roger: A Magical Life by Arthur Brandon (Hermetic Press) 1999.</ref><ref>Catching up with Milo and Roger by Dustin Stinett (2007)</ref>
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They appeared on television many times around the world including "[[The Tonight Show]] with [[Johnny Carson]]" and "The Hollywood Palace".<ref>http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=148742</ref><ref>[[Milo & Roger: A Magical Life]] by [[Arthur Brandon]] (Hermetic Press) 1999.</ref><ref>[[Genii 2008 January]], Catching up with Milo and Roger by Dustin Stinett</ref>
  
After retiring, Milo Brandon gave [[Ted Lesley]] all of their equipment and the rights to perform the act.<ref>http://www.miloandroger.com/</ref> Then a father and son team from Germany, Adi and Phillip Becker, purchased the equipment and rights with a goal to resurrect the act.<ref>http://milo-roger-comedy-show.de.vorschau.server14.top-hoster.de/</ref>
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After retiring, Milo Brandon gave [[Ted Lesley]] all of their equipment and the rights to perform the act.<ref>http://www.miloandroger.com/</ref> Then a father and son team from Germany, Adi and Phillip Becker, purchased the equipment and rights with a goal to resurrect the act.<ref>http://milo-roger-comedy-show.de.vorschau.server14.top-hoster.de/</ref><ref>[[Genii 1971 August]] (cover)</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 13:01, 10 April 2013

Milo & Roger (Arthur "Milo" Brandon and Roger Coker) traveled the world with their comedy and magic act from the mid 1950s until well into the 1990s.

They appeared on television many times around the world including "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and "The Hollywood Palace".[1][2][3]

After retiring, Milo Brandon gave Ted Lesley all of their equipment and the rights to perform the act.[4] Then a father and son team from Germany, Adi and Phillip Becker, purchased the equipment and rights with a goal to resurrect the act.[5][6]

References

  1. http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=148742
  2. Milo & Roger: A Magical Life by Arthur Brandon (Hermetic Press) 1999.
  3. Genii 2008 January, Catching up with Milo and Roger by Dustin Stinett
  4. http://www.miloandroger.com/
  5. http://milo-roger-comedy-show.de.vorschau.server14.top-hoster.de/
  6. Genii 1971 August (cover)