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Phil Smith

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Phil Smith
BornOctober 6, 1915

NationalityCanadian

Phil Smith was a semi-professional magician specializing in silks and small illusions.

He was a member of the Magicians' Club of Toronto and the I.B.M. Ring No. 17 in Toronto, Canada (which he served as president). [1]

Smith published Sid Lorraine's "A Snappy Card Act with Patter" in 1945, which was a routine Lorraine wrote in 1935 for Smith's personal use.[2]

In 1985, he attended the annual dinner honoring Past Presidents of Ring No. 17.[3]

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, December, 1933
  2. New Tops, October 1964
  3. Linking Ring, June. 1985, page 119