Reginald E. Clark
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|Reginald E. Clark|
|Born||Reginald Eaton Clark|
November 2, 1907
Rye, Sussex, England
Reginald E. Clark (1907-), a bank employee, was a amateur magician with an all-round magic act but especially cards, billiard balls, handkerchiefs, and cigarettes.
Hie first public performance was at age of fifteen.
- Dual Attraction, A card problem with an unprepared pack in Magic that Perks by Harry E. Cecil (1937) (reprinted in New Tops, September 1984)
- ↑ Tricks That Mystify by Will Goldston (1934)