Trick of the Month Club

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** [[The Trick of the Month Club Presents: A Dead Name Duplication|A Dead Name Duplication]] by [[Theo Annemann]]
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* [[The Trick of the Month Club Presents: A Dead Name Duplication|A Dead Name Duplication]] by [[Theo Annemann]] (August 1932)
** A Borrowed Cigarette Remade by [[Al Baker]]
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* A Borrowed Cigarette Remade by [[Al Baker]]
** The Elusive Joker by [[R. W. Hull]]
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* The Elusive Joker by [[R. W. Hull]]
** Twins by [[Tom Sellers]]
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* Twins by [[Tom Sellers]]
** My Torn and Restored Paper Trick by [[El Barto]]
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* My Torn and Restored Paper Trick by [[El Barto]]
** Think Stop by [[William H. McCaffrey]]
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* Think Stop by [[William H. McCaffrey]]
** A Mental Card Mystery by [[U.F. Grant]]
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* A Mental Card Mystery by [[U.F. Grant]]
** A New Spirit Message Effect by [[Oswald Rae]]
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* A New Spirit Message Effect by [[Oswald Rae]]
** The Dead Man Walks and The Continuous Chefalo Knot by [[Dr. Harlan Tarbell]]
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* The Dead Man Walks and The Continuous Chefalo Knot by [[Dr. Harlan Tarbell]]
** A Fallacy and a Fag by [[Delmas W. Jenkins]]
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* A Fallacy and a Fag by [[Delmas W. Jenkins]]
** Duval's Repeating Silk Vanishing Method by [[Ade Duval]]
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* Duval's Repeating Silk Vanishing Method by [[Ade Duval]]
** The Tale of the Tell by [[Charles Weller]]
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* The Tale of the Tell by [[Charles Weller]]
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Revision as of 01:53, 17 October 2011

Trick of the Month Club (T.M.C.) was created by the Thayer Magic Company in 1931. It was advertised as "No Meetings! - No Conventions! - But just plain magical enjoyment and thrills every month"

The "object" was stated as "Founded in the interest of magic, and for the benefit of those who desire to maintain a continued upkeep in the special line of outstanding pocket and impromptu magical effects at a nominal cost."

The twelve people that supplied tricks were known as the Mystic Twelve. They were each given a free membership to the club.[1]

Contents

Tricks

A trick was sent every month to members that subscribed for five dollars a year.

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References

  1. The Life and Time of a Legend: Annemann by Max Abrams (1992)
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