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Revision as of 08:06, 23 February 2013

Norman Hunter was was the last surviving magician from Maskelyne's shows, appearing in shows at both St. George's Hall in 1932 and the Little Theatre in 1934.

Norman Hunter
Borncirca 1900
DiedFebruary 23, 1995 (age 94)

He was a member of both The Magicians' Club and The Magic Circle.

He contributed a magic column to the Practical Mechanics magazine and wrote the Professor Branestawn books, which became famous on BBC "Children's Hour."[1]


Books

  • Hey Presto
  • New Conjuring without Skill
  • The Puffin Book of Magic
  • Magic Tricks (Penguin Books, 1968). Formerly The Puffin Book of Magic.
  • Successful Conjuring for Amateurs

References

  1. Linking Ring, May 1995