Written by Eugene Burger

1987
Work of Eugene Burger

134 pages (Hardcover), published by Kaufman and Greenberg
Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Richard Kaufman.
Language: English

(31 entries)

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Eugene Burger Acknowledgements 6
Eugene Burger About the Writings 9
Channing Pollock Foreword 11
Eugene Burger Groundwork 13
Eugene Burger What is Close-Up Magic? 15
Eugene Burger The Main Road 19
Bert Allerton, Eugene Burger The Bert Allerton Aspirin Tin Routine photograph of selected card appears on miniature cardRelated to 23
Unknown Criss-Cross Force 27
Eugene Burger Hands 34
Eugene Burger Making Cigarettes Disappear three methods 38
Eugene Burger The Pivot Vanish: "Imaginery Powder" seated at table or standing behind bar 39
Unknown Up the Nose seated at table or standing behind bar 43
Eugene Burger How to use a Cigarette Pull 43
Eugene Burger A Question of Character 49
Eugene Burger Uncle Geek 51
Dai Vernon, Eugene Burger, John F. Mendoza Three-Card Monte as a Magical Entertainment presentation without the spectator guessing 55
Eugene Burger Magic Lectures 58
Paul Rosini, Eugene Burger Rosini's Double Reverse Related to 61
Eugene Burger Conversation at the Airport 65
Eugene Burger The Animated Matchbox "magic along the way", thread 70
Eugene Burger Performing for Magicians 75
Eugene Burger Stealing 80
Eugene Burger Spirit Candle in the Bottle wand in the bottle with a candle 83
Eugene Burger Books 87
Eugene Burger Sylvia's Cards a bizarre presentation for the rising cards 91
Eugene Burger Negative Thought 100
Al Baker, Eugene Burger The Haunted Pack "added perfomance touches and strategies" 102
Eugene Burger Questions and Answers on The Haunted Pack 118
Eugene Burger Daydreaming and Imagination 124
Eugene Burger An Imaginary Conversation with Eugene Burger 126
Eugene Burger A Final Examination 133