Professional Magic Made Easy

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Professional Magic Made Easy was a book written by Bruce Elliott in 1959, illustrated by Arthur Seymour.

Contents

Contents

PREFACE

CLOSE-UP SURPRISES

CONJURING

SIMON'S SORCERY (Bill Simon)

  • Ten fingers and a silk.
  • The rising coin and climax.
  • The startling four coin routine.

GREAT NEW CARD MAGIC

CURRY'S CARD CONCEPTIONS (Paul Curry)

  • New view.
  • One down.
  • Do as I do.
  • The perfect miracle.
  • The whispering joker.
  • Just think.
  • Two together.
  • Super stunt.

TRICKED TELEPATHY

SMALL MAGIC YOU CAN MAKE AND DO

STAGE MAGIC YOU CAN MAKE AND DO

INDEX

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