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The Professional Touch

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The Professional Touch
AuthorDonald "Monk" Watson
PublisherAbbott's Magic Novelty Co.
IllustratorMel
Publication Date1845
LanguageEnglish
Pages50
 

Quote

"I wouldn't go across the street to see the greatest Magician in the world if he were not entertaining."

Contents

  • Foreword by Percy Abbott
  • When in Doubt
  • Let's Have a Reason for It
  • Setting the Tempo
  • Have Some Stage Fright
  • The Sand Frame
  • Can a Trick Be Too Perfect?
  • The Fifty-Card Lift
  • It's Still "How You Do It"
  • Be Sure Your Dress is Correct
  • To Acknowledge Applause
  • Keep Your Salary Up
  • What Does It Get You to Expose?
  • Face to Face, by Doc Harad
  • The Birth of a New Trick
  • A Quickie
  • Behind Your Back
  • A Coke Twist, by Otto Curl
  • A Milky Mixup
  • The Lota Trick
  • Hand Rabbit in High Hat, by Dell O'Dell



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