Ken de Courcy
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|Ken de Courcy|
|Born||Kenneth William Gurney de Courcy Tyler|
|Died||July 24, 2008 (age 86) |
|Categories||Books by Ken de Courcy|
Ken de Courcy (March 1922 - July 24, 2008), born Kenneth William Gurney de Courcy Tyler, contributed to almost every magical magazine and was a prolific author.
He worked for ENSA during World War Two.
- Genial improbabilities (1949)
- Automentalism (1953)
- Pentertain (1972)
- Routined Acts by Ken de Courcy, Tony Griffith, Ian Adair, and Edwin (1972)
- At the Drop of a Match (1972)
- 33 Tricks with the P-A-T-E-O Force (1980)
- Danson's Diary Trick (1983)
- Four Aces Intro (1983)
- Production For Magicians (with Harold Long) (1983)