Dunningers Complete Encyclopedia Of Magic

Dunningers Complete Encyclopedia Of Magic

Joseph Dunninger / Jun 19, 2019

Dunningers Complete Encyclopedia Of Magic Famous tricks and mysterious feats of magic are explained by a master magician

  • Title: Dunningers Complete Encyclopedia Of Magic
  • Author: Joseph Dunninger
  • ISBN: 9780517010778
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Famous tricks and mysterious feats of magic are explained by a master magician.

    Joseph Dunninger Joseph Dunninger April , March , , known as The Amazing Dunninger, was one of the most famous and proficient mentalists of all time He was one of the pioneer performers of magic on radio and television A debunker of fraudulent mediums, Dunninger claimed to replicate through trickery all spiritualist phenomena.

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    861 Comments

    1. This is a collection of illusions created and performed by the amazing magician Joseph Dunninger. It is dated, the explanations are sometimes hard to understand because of the old time wording. Many of the tricks seem strange, such as one that depends on the ladies in the room be horrified that a gentleman forgets to remove his hat on entering the room. This isn't really an encyclopedia, it is a collection of articles Dunninger wrote for a magician's magazine over many years. The book is mostly [...]


    2. This is a fascinating book for those interested in magic. However, beware! Dunninger plays tricks himself in this book by adding made up tricks - some of which are very dangerous. One example is to move objects by attaching string to pins and holding the pins in your eyelids. What idiot would do that? And there are much simpler ways. The idea was to confuse those wanting to know the secrets too. Very weird and something even Houdini never did. A great book nonetheless. Skip the pin trick though! [...]


    3. I've read this book many times - and I have no interest in being a magician! I was just fascinated to scan through the tricks and see how they were done. Interesting stuff for the inquisitive mind (or someone interested in becoming a magician).



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