Norman Hunter

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'''Norman Hunter''' was  was the last surviving magician from [[Maskelyne's]] shows.
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'''Norman Hunter''' was  was the last surviving magician from [[Maskelyne]]'s shows, appearing in shows at both [[St. George's
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Hall]] in 1932 and the Little Theatre in 1934.
 
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He was a member of both [[The Magicians Club]] and [The Magic Circle]]. 
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He contributed a magic column to the Practical Mechanics magazine and wrote the Professor Branestawn books,
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which became famous on BBC "Children's Hour."<ref>Linking Ring, May 1995</ref>
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
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* Hey Presto
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* New Conjuring without Skill
 
* The Puffin Book of Magic
 
* The Puffin Book of Magic
 
* Magic Tricks  (Penguin Books, 1968). Formerly The Puffin Book of Magic.  
 
* Magic Tricks  (Penguin Books, 1968). Formerly The Puffin Book of Magic.  
 
* Successful Conjuring for Amateurs
 
* Successful Conjuring for Amateurs

Revision as of 18:39, 10 May 2012

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

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

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