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'''Cyril Victor Seymour''' was a semi-professional comedy magician that performed as " Monsieur Voit-Plus", a French Chef.
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* The Magic of To-morrow (a novel) (1903)
 
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Revision as of 09:24, 9 February 2014

Cyril Victor Seymour
BornMarch 6, 1895
London, England
Died?

Cyril Victor Seymour (1895-?) was a semi-professional comedy magician that performed as " Monsieur Voit-Plus", a French Chef.

Biography

"Voit-Plus" is French for "See More" which rhymes with Seymour.

Symour was a contributor to Magazine of Magic. He was the librarian for the Magicians' Club. [1][2]

Books

  • The Magic of To-morrow (a novel) (1903)

References

  1. Tricks That Mystify by Will Goldston (1934)
  2. Cover, Magician Monthly Vol. 35, June 1935