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#REDIRECT [[Milk Pitcher Magic]]
| author          = Hen Fetsch
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| pub_date        = 1946
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| publisher      = Maryland Magic Studio
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| subject        = Liquid magic
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| illustrator    = Walt Kaeber
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| language        = English
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| pages          = 36
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'''MILK  PITCHER  MAGIC''' 
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A collection  of more  than one hundred  routines,  suggestions,  tips,  presentations,  gags,  and  ideas for  the  "Vanishing  Milk Pitcher"
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== INTRODUCTION ==
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This book  is  a veritable  encyclopedia  of  Milk  Pitcher  Magic.  The  ingenious  author,  with  his  clever  ideas  and  presentations,  has  given  the  prosaic  pitcher  the  versatility  of  a  thumb  tip. 
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Few  writers  of  contemporary  conjuring  have  added  as  much  to  the repertoires  of  today's wizards  as has Henry  Fetsch.  His  ''[[Rope  Epic]]''  was  a runaway  best-seller  in the  nation's  magic  shops.  His  ''[[Miniature  Card  Magic]]''  is,  even  now,  in  its  third  edition. 
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Since his  first  piece in ''[[Seven  Circles]]'',  many  years ago, he has  been  a  consistent  contributor  to the magic  magazines.  His tricks  have  been  featured  in  ''[[The  Jinx]]'',  ''[[Conjurors' Magazine|The Conjurors]]'',  ''[[Genii]]'',  ''[[The  Sphinx]]'',  ''[[The  Linking  Ring]]'',  ''[[Tops]]'',  and  the  ''[[Phoenix]]''. 
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You  may  find  magic by  Fetsch  in  ''[[Tarbell Course in Magic|Tarbell 4]]'', Thompson's  ''[[My  Best]]'',  Nelson's  ''[[Miracles in Mentalism|Miracles of Mentalism]]'',  Annemann's  ''[[Practical Mental Effects]]''    and  Ireland's  new    ''[[Ireland's Yearbook|Yearbook]]''.   
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"Hen"  was  awarded  an  [[International Brotherhood of Magicians|I.  B.  M.]]  silver  medal  for  originality  and  he  captured  a  [[Sphinx Award|"Sphinx"  award]]  for—you  guessed  it—magic  with  milk  pitchers.
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When  he  was  twelve,  it  was  my  pleasure  to  introduce  Henry  Fetsch  at  his  first  public  show.  He  was  a  little  reticent  then,  and  Phil  Thomas  bad  to  give  him  a  shove  from  the  doorway.  After  that  he  just  had  to  perform. 
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Once  again  I'm  happy  to  introduce  my  old  friend.  This  time  he  needs  no  push  from  the  doorway,  nor  will  the  reader  need  any  prodding  once  he  finishes  the  first  page. 
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'''[[Milbourne Christopher|MILBOURNE CHRISTOPHER]]'''
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