Ralph W. Hull
Ralph W. Hull (July 5, 1883 - May 20, 1943), born in Crooksville, Ohio was a professional magician, author and inventor of a number of commercial effects.
|Ralph W. Hull|
|Born||July 05, 1883|
|Died||May 20, 1943 (age 59) |
Ralph W. Hull was a performer at Coney Island as the Chautauqua & Lyceum headliner.
He was also involved in his family business, Hull Pottery manufacturing company, in Ohio.
- Pop-eyed Popper Deck
- Cosmic Ray Cards
- Mental Discernment (1930)
- Delirium Tremens Deck (1934)
- Nudist Deck (or Mental Photography Deck) (1934)
- Krazy Kards (1935)
- Double Blank Card Trick (1940)
- Eye-Openers (1932)
- More Eye-Openers (1933)
- Modernism in Pasteboards (with Nelson C. Hahne) (1934)
- Smart Magic (with Nelson C. Hahne) (1935)
- Fifteen Minutes With A Rope (1937)
- The Testament of Ralph W. Hull by Trevor Hall (1945)
- Hull's The Complete Eye Openers (2005) by Paul Gordon & Natzler Enterprises
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