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MacCarthy's first public performance was at eleven years of age and he appeared at  the Fortune Theatre, London. He was also a member of the  [[Magicians' Club]] and the [[Pentacle Club]], Cambridge.
 
MacCarthy's first public performance was at eleven years of age and he appeared at  the Fortune Theatre, London. He was also a member of the  [[Magicians' Club]] and the [[Pentacle Club]], Cambridge.
  
He retirement from the Army as a Lt.-Colonel.
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He retired from the Army as a Lt.-Colonel.
  
 
== Books ==
 
== Books ==
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* [[Slow Sleights]] (1934)
 
* [[Modern Sleights]] (1934)
 
* [[Modern Sleights]] (1934)
 
* [[Impromptu Ledgerdemain]] (1939)
 
* [[Impromptu Ledgerdemain]] (1939)

Revision as of 12:28, 19 July 2020

E. Brian MacCarthy
BornOctober 19, 1910
U.K.
DiedOctober 16, 1968 (age 57)
CategoriesBooks by E. Brian MacCarthy

E. Brian MacCarthy (1910-1968), an English amateur magician and member of the Magic Circle, specialized in billiard balls and Cup and Balls. He wrote several manuals detailing his various routines and methods.

Biography

MacCarthy's first public performance was at eleven years of age and he appeared at the Fortune Theatre, London. He was also a member of the Magicians' Club and the Pentacle Club, Cambridge.

He retired from the Army as a Lt.-Colonel.

Books

References

  • Tricks That Mystify by Will Goldston (1934)
  • Obit, Magic Circular, December 1968