(11 customer ratings) ★★★★★
Annemann describes a wealth of forty pieces in this wonderful booklet. The first, "Call me up sometime" is a beautifully direct telephone miracle. This is a prime example of Annemann's mantra of 'effect before method'.
I found the following line from Annemann's introduction funny:
I like to do these things so well that someday I'm going to write a twenty page introduction and follow it with one trick! Trouble is, however, that after that harangue the trick will HAVE to be good.
1st edition 1934; 50 pages.
Magic & Conjuring / Mentalism & Spiritism
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