Hugard's Magic Manual

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Courier Corporation, 1939 - Games - 345 pages
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In this classic manual, a successful stage magician reveals the secrets of a host of mystifying tricks including "The Lemon and Note Trick," "The Miser's Dream," and "The Watch in the Loaf of Bread"-plus swallowing a watch, transforming a cigarette into a silk handkerchief, producing bouquets of real flowers from a borrowed hat and distributing them to the spectators, pulling a live rabbit (or guinea pig) out of a hat, and much more. Clear, comprehensive and enhanced with 240 detailed diagrams and illustrations, this indispensable resource belongs in the library of every would-be magician or magic lover. 240 black-and-white illus. Introduction. Index.
 

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Jean Hugard takes up the pen where Professor Hoffmann laid it down in the early Twentieth Century. Hugard's Magic Manual tells about the tricks that magicians of that era performed to entertain their ... Read full review

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