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Medjid Kan Rezvani

Medjid Kan Rezvani

(Isfahan, Iran: 16th September 1900 - 1962).

School teacher. Semi-pro close-up. Moved to Paris. Famous for his cups-and-balls with tomatoes. BBC-TV bit in 1955. See Maurice Sardina, La magie du sorcier (1946), with English translation by Fitzkee as The Magic of Rezvani (1949, 89pp; repr 1973); and Sardina, Rezvanimagie (1949).

Coauthors: Michael Landes

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Medjid Kan Rezvani
Les Coussinets De La Princess (used) by Medjid Kan Rezvani

Hardcover in good condition without dustjacket. Text is in English even though the title suggests otherwise. Information about the contents can be found here.

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Medjid Kan Rezvani & Michael Landes
The Cushions of the Princess: or the tomato game by Medjid Kan Rezvani & Michael Landes

This is a translation and reformatting of Les Coussinets de la Princesse by Medjid K. Rezvani.

"... it was quite a surprise, a positive one, when I received a preview copy of the ebook of this wonderful booklet. Translated by Michael Landes, it provides a clear interpretation of the routine. The routine, itself, is called "les Coussinets de la Princesse" -- the little cushions of the princess -- and is also known as "The Tomato Trick." It's a nice piece of story magic, as well as a darn good trick. The book goes into how to construct the close-up mat, the construction of the "cushions," the...

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