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Norman Hazeldene

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Norman Hazeldene
Born1885
Died1975

Norman Hazeldene was a British semi-professional magician who performed as "The Great Norman".

He was the creator of the "The Elusive Rabbits" trick, which was first marketed by Harry Stanley and then later became known as "Hippity-Hop Rabbits".

Hazeldene was a 'loner' and did not mix with magicians or belong to societies.[1]

References

  1. Abra, August 30, 1975