1933-1936
Written by Jean Hugard
Work of Various
163 pages (Stapled), published by Max Holden
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
131 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Issue Year Page AA Categories
Jean Hugard One Hand Top Card Palm
Related toVariations 1 1933 2
The Hindu Shuffle or Running Cut
1 1933 2
The Hindu Shuffle as a Substitute for the Pass one or multiple card control
1 1933 3
And Yet Again - The Rising Cards cards rise, last one floats out, gaff in sleeve for last card
1 1933 4
An Easy Substitute for the Pass starting like Charlier Pass, overhand shuffle
1 1933 6
Theodore Annemann, Jean Hugard Relativity and Cards signed, from performer's to spectator's pocket
1 1933 7
Behind Back Stabbing Force
1 1933 8
The Burglars - A Story Trick
1 1933 10
Unit Downjog Addition
1 1933 10
Another Version of "The Burglars", two duplicates and rubber bands
1 1933 13
The Modern Dovetail Shuffle overhand shuffle shift
1 1933 14
Just Once More - The Aces one palm
1 1933 16
Thoughts Anticipated card and its position remembered, is transferred to another named number
Related to 1 1933 17
A New Force double count
1 1933 19
The Boomerang Card
1 1933 21
Throw Vanish & Reproduction during boomerang flourish
1 1933 21
The Double Lift
2 1933 22
A Novel Reverse Discovery selection appears reversed where spectator cut
2 1933 24
Push-In Change
Variations 2 1933 24
Jean Hugard Invisible Transit
Variations 2 1933 25
Prof. Robert Hellis The Hand to Hand Palm Change
2 1933 25
The Homing Belles four of a kind matching selection turns over, removed, transpose with four other reversed cards in deck, four duplicate Queens
2 1933 26
Distribution Shuffle distributing four reversed cards
2 1933 27
A Baffling Spell card put on table is used to spell to second selection
2 1933 29
Jean Hugard Color Changes
2 1933 31
The Hinge Change Herrmann/Hofzinser type set-up
Variations 2 1933 31
The Book Change
2 1933 33
A Spectator Does It Downs Change
2 1933 33
In Reverse card vanishes and reappears (color change methodology)
2 1933 34
Second-from-Top Steal
2 1933 35
Front to Back Transfer using leg at side of the body
2 1933 35
Jean Hugard Some Patter Suggestions
2 1933 36
The Best Front Hand Production from an amateur of Wellington
2 1933 37
Front Hand Production - No. 2
Variations 2 1933 38
The Arm Spread
  • No. 1 - The Spread and Turn-Over
  • Variations for Finishing this Sleight
  • No. 2 - The Glide
  • No. 3 - The Back Arm Reverse
  • No. 4 - The Upright Spread
  • No. 5 - The Elbow Catch
  • No. 6 - The Turn-Over and Right Hand Catch
  • No. 7 - The Back Arm Catch
  • No. 8 - Vanish of Pack
  • No. 9 - The Half Turn-Over and Catch
  • No. 10 - The One Hand Catch
  • No. 11 - The Hat Catch
  • No. 12 - The Double Spread
  • A Routine for Arm Spreads
2 1933 39
The Magical Production of a Pack of Cards from silk
3 1934 46
Cardini The Cardini Snap Color Change
Related toVariations 3 1934 46
New Palm of Top Card and a Color Change
Related to 3 1934 47
The Ambitious Card two phases, including card from under shoe back to top
3 1934 48
Sam Leo Horowitz Rising Card - The Horowitz Thumb Method from fan
3 1934 50
The Broadway Rise - A New Impromptu Rising Card Effect rises at right angle
3 1934 51
A Rising Card Comedy apparently invisible thread makes card move
3 1934 52
An Unwitting Wizard card used to stab next to selection becomes selection
Related toVariations 3 1934 53
The Radio Cards three signed cards
3 1934 54
The Vor-Ac(e)-ious Magician Aces, three cards on each, they vanish an reappear in spectator's pocket
3 1934 57
Bottom Reverse deck turned over on top of card(s)
Related to
  • Henry Hatton & Adrian Plate, Magicians Tricks: How They Are Done, p. 70
Variations
3 1934 57
The Red and the Black colors shown separated, deck shuffled, still separated
3 1934 60
G. W. Hunter Hunter False Shuffle
3 1934 61
Colors Riffle Shuffle
3 1934 61
The Cops Get Their Man black Kings reverse, they are encircled with rubber band, selection appears between banded Kings
3 1934 62
The Princess Trick Perfected
3 1934 64
The Three Card Trick as a Trick and not a Gamble
3 1934 66
The Throw
3 1934 66
The Push-Out False Cut cards pushed from middle are cut into deck
Related to 3 1934 69
False Cut for Set-up Deck
3 1934 70
An Aerial Production apparent empty hand display
3 1934 71
The Flourish Count
3 1934 72
Weaving the Cards
3 1934 72
The Giant Fan I. The Formation
II. Fanning Yourself
III. Closing and Opening the Fan
IV. Closing the Fan with One Hand
V. Finish of the Giant Fan Moves
3 1934 73
Vanish of Deck handkerchief with dummy disk
3 1934 77
Jean Hugard To Palm a Number of Cards from the Top left thumb pushes cards up
Related to 4 1935 83
The Gambler's Top Palm
4 1935 83
The Change-Over Palm - A. With Small Packet of Cards Only left classic to right classic
4 1935 84
The Change-Over Palm - B. With the Pack in Hand left-hand bottom palmed to right hand
4 1935 86
A New Top Change second card is palmed while top one is displayed, then replaced
4 1935 86
Replacing Palmed Cards 1. Using a Table
2. Without a Table
3. Replacing Cards on the Bottom of the Deck
4. Adding a Single Card as in the Color Change
5. To Replace a Large Packet of Cards
6. Another Method
7. Placing Cards from Right Palm to the Bottom of the Deck
8. Another Method
Related to 4 1935 87
Jean Hugard Some Notes on the Pass
4 1935 90
John Ramsay, Jean-Nicholas Ponsin Pass Subtlety
4 1935 91
The Break and Overhand Shuffle No. 1 of "Substitutes for the Pass"
4 1935 91
The Riffle Return No. 2 of "Substitutes for the Pass"
4 1935 92
Reversed Cards as Indicator No. 3 of "Substitutes for the Pass", secretly reversed card as key card, oops control
4 1935 93
Jean Hugard To Reverse the Bottom Card against thigh/leg
4 1935 94
Jean Hugard To Transfer the Bottom Card to the Top against thigh/leg
4 1935 95
A Gambler's Move under cover and using right arm
4 1935 95
Nate Leipzig A Novel Reverse Discovery second phase of Leipzig Opener
Related to 4 1935 96
The Rising Pack from case, thread
4 1935 96
How to Make a Spectator Become a Magician spectator loses and finds the aces, no-touch trick
4 1935 97
Jean Hugard The Torn and Restored Card, Using a Borrowed Deck
4 1935 99
The New Spell spectator spells behind back, card appears reversed
4 1935 100
The Automatic Speller no-touch, procedure heavy
Also published here 4 1935 101
A Reversal of Form wrong card turns over and back, then selection
4 1935 103
Royal Marriages
Variations 4 1935 104
An Effective Poker Deal re-deal stacking done by spectator, double duke suggestion
Related toVariations 4 1935 108
Audley Walsh Two Card Control bridged deck
4 1935 109
Dr. Jacob Daley Card in Pocket card and its position remembered, lazy man
Related to 4 1935 110
Everywhere and Nowhere 1. (using two duplicates)
2. Using a Short Card
3. With a Borrowed Deck
4. With an Ordinary Deck without Duplicates
4 1935 112
Adrian Plate Excelsior Change
4 1935 117
The Expanding and Diminishing Cards in several stages, vanish finale
4 1935 118
Variation of the Charlier Pass No. I of "One Hand Shuffles"
Also published here 4 1935 123
Three Cut Shuffle No. II of "One Hand Shuffles"
Also published here 4 1935 124
The Five Cut Shuffle No. III of "One Hand Shuffles"
Also published here 4 1935 125
The Multiple Cut No. IV of "One Hand Shuffles"
Also published here 4 1935 126
Jean Hugard The Hugard Palm
Variations 5 1936 130
L'Homme Masqué One Hand Palm for a Number of Cards "originated by a French magician", spring palm
5 1936 130
The Spring Palm top card during spring flourish
5 1936 131
Introducing the Ambitious Card Trick card appears face-up on deck during springing of cards, application of Spring Palm
5 1936 132
A "Stop" Trick spectator says stop during springing flourish, application of Spring Palm
5 1936 132
As a Force application of Spring Palm
5 1936 132
The Shipwreck selection remains in hat, application of Spring Palm
5 1936 133
A Startling Transformation side-jogged double turns over during spring flourish, Cascade Change
5 1936 134
A Flesh Grip greek break
5 1936 134
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, Jean Hugard The Peek or Glimpse
5 1936 135
Sighting the Top Card 1. The Palm
2. The Ruffle
3. The Push Down (top buckle)
4. (The Push Down for Near Top)
5. Left Thumb and Lower Index
6. The Double Lift
7. By the Riffle Shuffle
8. Gambler's Method
9. Hindu Shuffle
10. Placing Deck on Table
11. Overhand Shuffle
5 1936 136
Sighting the Bottom Card 1. Tilting the Pack
2. The Rear Bend
3. Buckling the Card
4. Variation of No. 2
5. Turn over Flourish on Arm
6. Pulling back Sleeve
7. Under Cover of Card Fan
8. Bending the Deck Inwards
5 1936 139
Reading the Cards with the Fingers using "Bending the Deck Inwards" glimpse
5 1936 141
Sighting a Card in the Middle of the Deck
  • 1. Ruffling the Pack for Return of Card
  • 2. The Push Through
  • 3. Charlier Pass Move
  • 4. Palming Half the Deck
  • 5. Turning Index Corner in Fan of Cards
  • 6. Index of Card Above Chosen Card
  • 7. Sighting Card After Spectator Peeks at Index
  • 8. Sighting Any Card Called For
Related to 5 1936 141
Dr. James William Elliott Sighting Any Card Called For shuffled deck as Open Index
5 1936 143
The Best Overhand False Shuffle
5 1936 143
Dr. Jacob Daley The Daley Reverse
5 1936 144
Gerald Fulton Color Change
5 1936 145
Jean Hugard The Set-Up
5 1936 146
Frank Lane An Indetectable Stop Trick Ace, Three, Five, Seven, Nine alternating set-up, 1-0-1
Related to 5 1936 146
Curious Coincidence
Related to 5 1936 149
Francis Carlyle Francis Carlyle Aces
Related to 5 1936 150
Francis Carlyle The Card that Finds Itself reversed card shows up and is used to count to selection
Variations 5 1936 152
Dai Vernon An Insolvable Mystery deck behind performer's back in handkerchief, spectator names any number, performer the card at this position
Related toVariations 5 1936 152
Dai Vernon Glimpse through Handkerchief
5 1936 152
The Spectator Becomes a Magician performer's selection reverses
5 1936 153
Hilarious Finish to an Old Trick card at number with recount, another spectator names it
5 1936 154
Seeing is Believing card put in envelope turns out to be later selection
5 1936 155
Under Handkerchief Force
5 1936 155
Audley Walsh Novel Beginning for a Four Ace Trick four chosen card turn out to be Aces
Related to 5 1936 156
Audley Walsh Strip-Out Addition and Switch precursor
5 1936 156
The Nines random numbers add up to nine, Nines are selected
Related toVariations 5 1936 156
Number Addition Force
5 1936 156
The Five Card Fan five cards pushed through deck until one remains
5 1936 157
New Half Pack Reverse
5 1936 158
Clement de Lion The Danish Force comedy force with rising card rubber band gimmick or thread
5 1936 159
Jean Hugard Your Card, Sir? cards torn up in four pieces are put in hat, corners of selection found in mess
Related to 5 1936 160
The Palm and Recovery
5 1936 162
Finale deck thrown in audience becomes shower of colored tissue butterflies
5 1936 163
Data entered by Denis Behr, June 2013.