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==Contents==
 
==Contents==
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*Page 16: Wintry. [[Robert Harbin]]
 
*Page 16: Wintry. [[Robert Harbin]]
 
*Page 17: Buttonholed. ([[James Torry]])
 
*Page 17: Buttonholed. ([[James Torry]])
*Page 20: Fate. Bruce Elliott
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*Page 20: Fate. (Bruce Elliott)
*Page 22: Hunkins' Hex. Carl Hunkins
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*Page 22: Hunkins' Hex. (Carl Hunkins)
 
*Page 25: On and off. ([[Paul Curry]])
 
*Page 25: On and off. ([[Paul Curry]])
 
*Page 27: Elmsley's Puncture.
 
*Page 27: Elmsley's Puncture.
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*Page 80: Al Baker's Best Card Trick.
 
*Page 80: Al Baker's Best Card Trick.
 
*Page 82: Honeycutter. ([[Al Hunnycutt]])
 
*Page 82: Honeycutter. ([[Al Hunnycutt]])
*Page 86: Lipop. ([[Dr. Daley]])
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*Page 86: Lipop. ([[Dr. Jacob Daley]])
 
*Page 89: It Can't Be. Annemann & Elliott
 
*Page 89: It Can't Be. Annemann & Elliott
 
*Page 92: Peek! ([[Jean Irving]])
 
*Page 92: Peek! ([[Jean Irving]])
 
*Page 94: The Time Formula. ([[Clayton Rawson]])
 
*Page 94: The Time Formula. ([[Clayton Rawson]])
  
===CURRY'S CARD CONCEPTIONS (Paul Curry)===
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===CURRY'S CARD CONCEPTIONS ([[Paul Curry]])===
 
*Page 101: New view.
 
*Page 101: New view.
 
*Page 102: One down.
 
*Page 102: One down.
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*Page 162: Matchless. ([[Thayer]])
 
*Page 162: Matchless. ([[Thayer]])
 
*Page 165: Popper upper. ([[J.G. Thompson Jr.]] and [[Verne Chesbro]])
 
*Page 165: Popper upper. ([[J.G. Thompson Jr.]] and [[Verne Chesbro]])
*Page 169: Go fish. ([[Jaks]])
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*Page 169: Go fish. ([[Stanley Jaks]])
 
*Page 172: Po She Lo. ([[Kolma]] and Elliott)
 
*Page 172: Po She Lo. ([[Kolma]] and Elliott)
 
*Page 174: Poor man's snake trick.
 
*Page 174: Poor man's snake trick.
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*Page 225: Finale
 
*Page 225: Finale
  
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Latest revision as of 10:05, 6 January 2012

Professional Magic Made Easy
AuthorBruce Elliott
PublisherFaber and Faber
IllustratorArthur Seymour
Publication Date1959
LanguageEnglish
Pages231
 


Contents

Contents

PREFACE

CLOSE-UP SURPRISES

CONJURING

  • Page 40: Upsadaisy. (Bob Hummer)
  • Page 42: The Clink Pass.
  • Page 45: In his Hands. Bruce Elliott
  • Page 47: Homing Eagle. (J.G. Thompson)
  • Page 48: The Rabbit's Head. (Tom Fitzgerald)
  • Page 50: Change, Please. (Lou Tannen)
  • Page 51: Clear Gone.
  • Page 54: Sach's Sleight.
  • Page 56: Silken Vanish.

SIMON'S SORCERY (Bill Simon)

  • Page 58: Ten Fingers and a Silk.
  • Page 60: Hand to Hand Production.
  • Page 63: The Rising Coin and Climax.
  • Page 67: The Startling Four Coin Routine.

GREAT NEW CARD MAGIC

CURRY'S CARD CONCEPTIONS (Paul Curry)

  • Page 101: New view.
  • Page 102: One down.
  • Page 103: Do as I do.
  • Page 104: The perfect miracle.
  • Page 105: The whispering joker.
  • Page 107: Just think.
  • Page 108: Two together.
  • Page 110: Super stunt.

TRICKED TELEPATHY

SMALL MAGIC YOU CAN MAKE AND DO

STAGE MAGIC YOU CAN MAKE AND DO

  • Page 193: Levitation.
  • Page 198: (B)eerie. (Wally Dean)
  • Page 201: Voodoo. (Walter Gibson)
  • Page 205: Rabbit box.
  • Page 207: Combo.
  • Page 210: Fire and water.
  • Page 213: Glass-go.
  • Page 215: Conjuror's cube. (Tom Sellers)
  • Page 217: Tube of plenty.
  • Page 219: "Black magic." (L. Vosburgh Lyons)
  • Page 222: Houdini's challenge.
  • Page 225: Finale


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