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== Biography ==
 
In the early 1950s, he teamed up with  [[James Swoger]] to produce many mental effects.  Ed Mellon's house organ for his business was called [[Mental-Wise]].
 
In the early 1950s, he teamed up with  [[James Swoger]] to produce many mental effects.  Ed Mellon's house organ for his business was called [[Mental-Wise]].
  
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He widow, Jean R. Mellon, carried on the business  under the name of "ED MELLON RELEASES".<ref>[[Linking Ring]], September 1960, page 54</ref>
 
He widow, Jean R. Mellon, carried on the business  under the name of "ED MELLON RELEASES".<ref>[[Linking Ring]], September 1960, page 54</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 24 January 2014

Ed Mellon
Born1923
DiedAugust 6, 1960
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Ed Mellon (1923-1960) a specialist in mentalism effects.

Biography

In the early 1950s, he teamed up with James Swoger to produce many mental effects. Ed Mellon's house organ for his business was called Mental-Wise.

He was elected as Vice President of the Magic Dealers Association and attended the IBM-SAM Convention, in Boston just before his unexpected death of a heart attack.

He widow, Jean R. Mellon, carried on the business under the name of "ED MELLON RELEASES".[1]

References

  1. Linking Ring, September 1960, page 54