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Jean Hugard

(4th December 1871 - 14th August 1959)

Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Stage and pen name of John Gerard Rodney Boyce, originally aka 'Jean Hugarde', later aka 'Chin Sun Loo'. Inspired in 1880 seeing Haselmayer show. Learned a week later reading Robert-Houdin's Secrets of Magic, then Hoffmann's Modern Magic. Debut in 1896. Pro since 1900. Moved to USA in 1916, working vaude 1916-18 and in own magic theater in Luna Park (at Coney Island) 1919-29 when retired in Brooklyn to write and edit magic. Named 4th SAM Dean of Magicians in 1951. SAM Hall of Fame.

Coauthors: Fred Braue, Milbourne Christopher

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Jean Hugard & Fred Braue

Expert Card Technique by Jean Hugard & Fred BraueThis is the 3rd edition which includes an additional chapter by Dai Vernon and another one by Dr. Daley. (The popular Dover version is a reprint of the 2nd edition and is lacking these two interesting chapters.) This book describes serious stuff. Card moves and tricks for the advanced card man. (For an excellent introduction to card magic see The Royal Road to Card Magic or the Card College series.) Expert Card Technique lists and explains in detail a large quantity of card moves. Card moves are abundant and any good card man will come up with his own variations and twists due to his constant use of cards and tireless perfection of...
2005 / 8 / 30

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Jean Hugard & Fred Braue

The Royal Road to Card Magic by Jean Hugard & Fred BraueThe younger generation of card magicians probably knows or has heard of Card College by Roberto Giobbi. The Royal Road to Card Magic is very similar but of older vintage and doesn't cover as much ground. It introduces the novice into the art of card magic one move and principle at a time, always with tricks accompanying the moves. It is therefore not a mindless list of moves but a well prepared and thought out textbook. It will take the beginner to an intermediate level. Once The Royal Road to Card Magic has been mastered one can move on to Expert Card Technique which requires a higher skill level.

Actually because Expert Card Technique did not sell well...

2005 / 8 / 29

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Jean Hugard & Fred Braue

Show Stoppers with Cards by Jean Hugard & Fred BraueJean Hugard and Fred Braue stand for quality. This is a booklet for all card enthusiasts. It has tricks from Bert Allerton, Stewart James, Bob Madison, and several Braue routines. The now famous 'Homing Card' is one of Braue's creations and described here for the first time.

1st edition 1948; 16 pages

Table of contents

  1. ... The Braue Double Lift
  2. ... Allerton's Amazing Aces
  3. ... Pockethereal
  4. ... 10 - 6 - 9 - 4
  5. ... Nail Cutting
  6. ... Nailcutting the Aces
  7. ... Dunbury Delusion
  8. ... Fan False Count
  9. ... Triple Do
  10. ... The Homing Card
  11. ... The Great Trunk Trick
2005 / 8 / 7

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