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BornGeorge Randolph Bausman

Randolph (1912-?), "the Silent Knight of Magic", was a semi-professional nightclub magician. [1]


With his wife Mary assisting, he presented a silent act of sleight-of-hand and apparatus tricks. [2]

He was featured at the 1954 I.B.M. and served as president of the SAM Assembly No. 10 in Cleveland, Ohio in 1958.

Randolph retired from magic in the late 1960s, moving to Scottsdale, Arizona.

His publicity photo can be seen at the Conjuring Arts' exhibit "The Many Faces of Magic"[3]


  1. RANDOLPH, THE SILENT KNIGHT OF MAGIC, Linking Ring, January 1944
  2. Magicol No. 103, May 1992