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The Hanlon Brothers The Hanlon Brothers
Author: John McKinven

From their 1861 opening with a flying-trapeze performance directly over spectators' heads to giant octopuses, simulated shipwrecks, on-stage horse-drawn carriage collapses and the 1890 fairy play "Superba," the six Hanlon brothers dazzled 19th- and early 20th-century audiences.
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The Magic Hat The Magic Hat
Author: Eugene Laurant

This publication, is, in a word, unique. Between its covers, you will read about one of conjuring's allied arts, Chapeaugraphy, and learn Eugene Laurant's never before published routine, a feature of his performance for over 30 years. A delight for collectors, historians and performers.
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The Wizard Exposed The Wizard Exposed
Author: David Meyer

A unique and revealing compilation of magical ephemera and information that might have been lost to the ages.
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Trouping With Dante Trouping With Dante
Author: Marion Trikosko

In the golden age of big illusion shows, Dante's was the most golden of all. He played every continent on earth with one of the most magnificent magic shows of the 20th Century. Trouping with Dante is the memoir of Marion S. Trikosko, who spent two seasons as a stage assistant to the great man...
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Words About Wizards Words About Wizards
Author: Robert Parrish

This acclaimed monograph profiles, in Robert Parrishes inimitable, conversational style, giants of stage magic, including Okito, Blackstone, Sr., Charlie Miller, Harlan Tarbell and Ed Reno.
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