(1) the billet pencil \n loading a billet in an envelope \n tony corinda \n challenge prediction \n gene nielsen \n the frankenstein affair \n al mann
1958
Tony Corinda

(2) the billet knife \n loading a billet in an envelope \n dr. stanley jaks \n omar's prophecies \n dr. stanley jaks \n die unglaubliche voraussage \n dr. stanley jaks \n incredible prediction \n dr. stanley jaks
1958
Dr. Stanley Jaks

(5) the pocket index \n card indexes, construction
- standart type
-the q.5 pocket index (patrick page) \n tony corinda \n patrick page \n the pocket card index \n patrick page
1958
Tony Corinda, Patrick Page

(6) the billet index \n patrick page's q.5. pocket index for billets \n tony corinda \n patrick page \n al baker \n "construction of the annemann billet index" in annemann's "practical mental magic" p. 79
1958
Tony Corinda, Patrick Page, Al Baker

(6) The Billet Index

Patrick Page's Q.5. Pocket Index for billets

Related to

"Construction of the Annemann Billet Index" in Annemann's "Practical Mental Magic" p. 79

(1) a million to one \n blindfolded spectator pushes a pin through a map, closest city is predicted \n tony corinda \n it's a small world \n john brown cook \n arthur h. buckley
1958
Tony Corinda

(1) A Million to One

blindfolded spectator pushes a pin through a map, closest city is predicted

(2) quadruplication \n one card is selected from a face up deck and signed, card is predicted with several ways, only odd back, written in an envelope and another odd card duplicate in performer's pocket. routine includes the no-gag (maurice fogel) \n tony corinda
1958
Tony Corinda

(2) Quadruplication

one card is selected from a face up deck and signed, card is predicted with several ways, only odd back, written in an envelope and another odd card duplicate in performer's pocket. Routine includes the No-Gag (Maurice Fogel)

(3) de profundis \n a color, number and city are predicted in a clear box attached to a rope, held by spectator \n tony corinda \n joseph dunninger \n maurice fogel \n the box \n ted lesley
1958
Tony Corinda, Joseph Dunninger, Maurice Fogel

(3) De Profundis

a color, number and city are predicted in a clear box attached to a rope, held by spectator

(6) the mentalist's four ace trick \n four cards are selected and put into a glass each, in the glasses are odd backed cards as predictions, two times four aces \n tony corinda \n jon tremaine
1958
Tony Corinda, Jon Tremaine

(6) The Mentalist's Four Ace Trick

four cards are selected and put into a glass each, in the glasses are odd backed cards as predictions, two times four Aces

part four: predictions for the drawing room \n introduction
(9) step one (swami): no. 4,5,6,7,12,22 and 24 are possible for the drawing room \n tony corinda
1958
Tony Corinda

Part Four: Predictions for the Drawing Room

introduction
(9) Step One (Swami): No. 4,5,6,7,12,22 and 24 are possible for the drawing room

(12) the third choice \n one of five cards is predicted, cards put in envelopes and eliminated until one remains \n tony corinda \n the third choice \n tony corinda \n that's the one \n joseph m. white \n designation \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein \n the only path \n helder guimarães
1958
Tony Corinda

(12) The Third Choice

one of five cards is predicted, cards put in envelopes and eliminated until one remains

(16) double-impact prediction \n card is named and a position, the position is written on an envelope and the card is inside \n tony corinda
1958
Tony Corinda

(16) Double-Impact Prediction

card is named and a position, the position is written on an envelope and the card is inside

(18) the mystery of the chest \n seven keys are numberer by spectators, one key opens the box, in the box is a prediction with the number given to the key that opens the box \n tony corinda
1958
Tony Corinda

(18) The Mystery of the Chest

seven keys are numberer by spectators, one key opens the box, in the box is a prediction with the number given to the key that opens the box