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* 1892 - [[Charles Brush]], known as "Baffles", is born.
 
* 1892 - [[Charles Brush]], known as "Baffles", is born.
* 1954 - [[Ken Allen]] starts the first issue of [[Allen's Attic]].
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* 1954 - [[Ken Allen]] starts his first issue of [[Allen's Attic]] magazine.
* 1965 - [[Al Wheatley]], Australian-born magician, also know as Chop Chop, died.
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* 1965 - [[Al Wheatley]], an Australian born magician known as Chop Chop who popularized the [[Chop Cup]], died.
* 1987 - [[Bert Easley]], who popularized "The Lean" in the 40s, passes away.
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* 1973 - [[Cardini]], born Richard Valentine Pitchford and became a well known British manipulator, died
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* 1987 - [[Bert Easley]], who popularized "The Lean" in the 40s, passes away after complications following surgery for the amputation of one of his legs.
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* 1988 - [[Siegfried and Roy]] premiered their "Tsumura Illusion" show at the White Theater in Tokyo.

Latest revision as of 13:02, 12 November 2016

  • 1892 - Charles Brush, known as "Baffles", is born.
  • 1954 - Ken Allen starts his first issue of Allen's Attic magazine.
  • 1965 - Al Wheatley, an Australian born magician known as Chop Chop who popularized the Chop Cup, died.
  • 1973 - Cardini, born Richard Valentine Pitchford and became a well known British manipulator, died
  • 1987 - Bert Easley, who popularized "The Lean" in the 40s, passes away after complications following surgery for the amputation of one of his legs.
  • 1988 - Siegfried and Roy premiered their "Tsumura Illusion" show at the White Theater in Tokyo.