Paul Curry

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'''Paul Curry''' (1917-1986) was the vice-president of the Blue Cross Insurance Company of New York, and an amateur magician who became well-known in the magic community for inventing highly-original card magic. <ref>Genii, Vol. 49, No. 10, April 1986, Obituary - Paul Curry, p. 677</ref>
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'''Paul Curry''' (1917-1986) was the vice-president of the Blue Cross Insurance Company of New York, and an amateur magician who became well-known in the magic community for inventing highly-original card magic. <ref>[[Genii 1986 April]], Vol. 49, No. 10, Obituary - Paul Curry, p. 677</ref>
 
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Paul Curry (1917-1986) was the vice-president of the Blue Cross Insurance Company of New York, and an amateur magician who became well-known in the magic community for inventing highly-original card magic. [1]

Paul Curry
BornPaul Curry
August 19, 1917
USA
DiedFebruary 19, 1986 (age 68)

Many magicians have performed illusions and effects created by Paul. Doug Henning used Curry's "The Sliding Knot" in one of his TV specials. Curry's most famous creation is Out of This World, which he created in 1942, at the age of 25. Curry is the author of a number of books and manuscripts dealing with his many original magical creations.

Contents

Awards

  • On March 12, 1977, the Academy of Magical Arts at The Magic Castle awarded Paul Curry a "Creative Fellowship" award.

Marketed Tricks

  • Touch (1937)
  • Stamp It (1939)
  • Out of this World (1942)
  • Sealed Miracles No. 2: Probability Zero (1945)
  • Sealed Miracles No. 1: Color Changing Deck (1945)
  • Sealed Miracles No. 3: Think of a Card (1945)
  • Sealed Miracles No; 4: Follow-Up (1945)
  • The Power of Thought (1947)
  • Never in a Lifetime (1976)
  • Space Out (1978)
  • Sure Thing (1978)
  • The Sliding Knot and Restoration Supreme (1979)

Books

References

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  1. Genii 1986 April, Vol. 49, No. 10, Obituary - Paul Curry, p. 677
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