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Fell's Advanced Magic by Walter Brown Gibson
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Fell's Advanced Magic

by Walter Brown Gibson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0883910179, Paperback)

From Merlin to Copperfield, magicians have been baffling crowds for centuries. Now you too can learn tricks that are guaranteed to mesmerize any audience. This book includes an array of dazzling tricks, and stepbystep illustrations to help you will learn everything from simple sleightofhand tricks to advanced illusions and deceptions. This guide to the secrets of some of the worlds greatest magicians will keep your audience bewitched, baffled, and bewildered. Learn how to perform over one hundred magic tricks from the man who worked a combined forty years with alltime greats Houdini, Thurston, and Blackstone.

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