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In the fifties, Bauer was the first magician to appear on the first two television stations in Memphis, Tennessee. He also became the first full-time professional close-up magician in the Detroit area upon his arrival there in 1959. In 1968, he founded Mr. Trix Enterprises, a highly successful children's entertainment company based in the prestigious Detroit suburb of Birmingham, Michigan.  
 
In the fifties, Bauer was the first magician to appear on the first two television stations in Memphis, Tennessee. He also became the first full-time professional close-up magician in the Detroit area upon his arrival there in 1959. In 1968, he founded Mr. Trix Enterprises, a highly successful children's entertainment company based in the prestigious Detroit suburb of Birmingham, Michigan.  
  
After almost a decade running Mr. Trix, Bauer turned his attention back to the video industry, and wrote, produced, and marketed the first training course in non-broadcast video production in the late seventies. Several years later, he wrote the first book for the public on Microsoft DOS, called Easy DOS It! (1986), which went on to become one of the best-selling computer books of the 1980s (It's also how [[Alex Elmsley]] learned DOS!).  
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After almost a decade running Mr. Trix, Bauer turned his attention back to the video industry, and wrote, produced, and marketed the first training course in non-broadcast video production in the late seventies. Several years later, he wrote the first book for the public on Microsoft DOS, called ''Easy DOS It!'' (1986), which went on to become one of the best-selling computer books of the 1980s (It's also how [[Alex Elmsley]] learned DOS!).  
  
 
He maintained longtime friendships with [[Milt Kort]], [[Jack McMillen]], [[Don Alan]], [[Ed Marlo]], [[Dai Vernon]], [[Charlie Miller]], [[Clarke Crandall|"Senator" Clarke Crandall]], [[Bruce Cervon]], and many others.
 
He maintained longtime friendships with [[Milt Kort]], [[Jack McMillen]], [[Don Alan]], [[Ed Marlo]], [[Dai Vernon]], [[Charlie Miller]], [[Clarke Crandall|"Senator" Clarke Crandall]], [[Bruce Cervon]], and many others.

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Ron Bauer
BornRonald Raymond Bauer
1938
Portland, Oregon

CategoriesBooks by Ron Bauer

Ron Bauer (b. 1938) is a professional writer in the computer and video industries, and a semi-professional magician. He's the author of a series of 24 "annotated performance scripts" for magicians, called the Ron Bauer Private Studies Series.

Biography

In the fifties, Bauer was the first magician to appear on the first two television stations in Memphis, Tennessee. He also became the first full-time professional close-up magician in the Detroit area upon his arrival there in 1959. In 1968, he founded Mr. Trix Enterprises, a highly successful children's entertainment company based in the prestigious Detroit suburb of Birmingham, Michigan.

After almost a decade running Mr. Trix, Bauer turned his attention back to the video industry, and wrote, produced, and marketed the first training course in non-broadcast video production in the late seventies. Several years later, he wrote the first book for the public on Microsoft DOS, called Easy DOS It! (1986), which went on to become one of the best-selling computer books of the 1980s (It's also how Alex Elmsley learned DOS!).

He maintained longtime friendships with Milt Kort, Jack McMillen, Don Alan, Ed Marlo, Dai Vernon, Charlie Miller, "Senator" Clarke Crandall, Bruce Cervon, and many others.

The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series

This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts written by Ron Bauer and illustrated by Sandra Kort. Originally published by John Luka Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by Sandra Kort at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).

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