1935
Written by U. F. Grant, Frank Lane
Work of U. F. Grant, Frank Lane
39 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
29 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page AA Categories
Frank Lane, U. F. Grant This is a Good Book
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Boomerangs idea for the Jastrow illusion, cutting off pieces to make them the same length repeatedly
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Reading Cards performer holds up cards one by one and names them, using cheap cards that can be seen through with strong light
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A New Impromptu Number Trick quick addition of two six-digit numbers, using Axel Hellstrom's memory system
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Another Impromptu Table Trick salt poured in hand, changes into salted peanuts
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Arthur Monroe A Handkerchief Vanish purely manipulative, bit like sponge ball vanish
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Lindbergh Kidnap Ladder board with holes and nails, different spectators claim having seen a different number of holes and the nails in different positions
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A Comedy Handkerchief Routine sucker routine, finger tip
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Card and the Cigarette description of a switch with the Harlequin Cigarette Holder
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Now Back to the Cards spectator remembers card at small position, it is later found, number is asked for
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Beans From Boston matchbox with six black and six white beans, mixed, performer separates colors behind back
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Now We'll Show You knife inserted into deck, card in center with break
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant How Would You Like a Gag? card in cigarette gag in which no effect happens but the performer destroys the borrowed cigarettes
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A Ring Trick, But No Bell borrowed finger ring travels into wrapped package
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Frank Lane A Gag and a Banana rubber banana produced from spectator's coat, it is then peeled and eaten after switch
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Back to the Farm glass of milk covered with tube, hand reaches into tube and produces coins, silks and a glass with a red drink
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Our Pocket Fire Bowl fire bowl production from under handkerchief
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Another Card Trick spectator remembers a card and its position from the bottom, performer takes deck behind back, brings forward wrong card, selection then found in pocket, card slipped up the jacket from behind back
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant An Impromptu Poker Deal spectator cuts, performer takes bottom half and deals two fair hands, after the draw the performer has four Aces
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A Trick With a Monocle and a cute little gag, too monocle is wiped with handkerchief, cloth pulled through as there is no glass, then glass reappears in frame
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Folding Half Dollar a piece of wood transposes with a half dollar
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Unknown Don't Get Mad Now single-phase, visual
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A Trick From a Little Shot spectator puts a combination of black and white shots/pearls in a (bottomless) container, performer divines the content
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant A Sweetheart card marked on the right side of the face, then card marked on left side of the face, they turn out to be the same
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Why Didn't I think Of This Before? cream/milk poured into rolled up paper, then back
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Chinese Bottle Trick with wrapped clear bottle
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant An Easy Color Change face card of rubber-banded deck changes, pass
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant The Piles card ends up at chosen number
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Frank Lane, U. F. Grant Behind The Spectator's Back spectator stabs top face-up card between two selections behind his back
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Data entered by Denis Behr.