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Leslie Anderson, Harry Anderson Time Warp divination of set time of a pocket watch
Related to 1978 Magick (Issue 202) 1007
Leslie Anderson, Harry Anderson Foiled blindfolded performer, different stunts with a fencing foil
1978 Magick (Issue 211) 1051
Leslie Anderson Twice-Told Tarot! Tarot card is located, only Major Arcana
1979 Magick (Issue 225) 1121
Leslie Anderson The Sixth Sign! telephone book test, three numbers written on three pieces of papers or formed into three digit number, see also p. 1160 for corrections
1979 Magick (Issue 229) 1141
Leslie Anderson Chance! named card is found on position which is the same number as the price written on the box
Related to 1979 Magick (Issue 232) 1157
Leslie Anderson Time Warp numbers are noted and one selected, matches set time by spectator on watch
Related toVariations 1979 Magick (Issue 246) 1227
Leslie Anderson The Pad add-a-number pad, page switched while torn from pad
1980 Magick (Issue 249) 1242
Bascom Jones The Mystic Word on Leslie Anderson, Katlyn, Dorian, Ron Shonk
1980 Magick (Issue 252) 1260
Danny Korem Stull-ess Watch Stunner spectator makes time out of numbers written by spectators, watch set by spectator, times match
Inspired by 1981 The Lost Pages of the Kabbala 17
Leslie Anderson Liar... spectator selects group of cards and lies at one card
1981 Magick (Issue 275) 1373
Leslie Anderson, Harry Anderson The Shadow Card spectator thinks of a card, card vanishes and appears in sealed envelope
Related to 1981 Magick (Issue 294) 1467
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Eight Brass Monkeys by Leslie Anderson (written by Leslie Anderson) Oct. 1982 Epoptica (Issue 2) 97
Leslie Anderson Time Piece "chosen" time appears on watch which was set unseen by spectator
1983 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 2 133
Leslie Anderson One For All naming different attributes of same card, to apparently reveal part of each of the chosen cards, same as Rapoza
Related to Jan. 1983 Magick (Issue 313) 1561
Leslie Anderson Telepathy Plus Woman three billets, for two persons
1985 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 4 72
Mike Caveney Jaw Breaker on performing on the streets and indoors, Leslie Anderson, The Jinx, Ted Annemann, Bob Stull watch
1993 Wise Guy 56
Harry Anderson The Children's Yard Sale named card is found on position which is the same number as the price written on the box
Related to 1993 Wise Guy 78
Harry Anderson Time Warp peek of a set time on a pocket watch
Related to 1993 Wise Guy 80
Harry Anderson All For One naming different attributes of same card, to apparently reveal part of each of the chosen cards
Related to 1993 Wise Guy 82
Harry Houdini, Jas Jakutsch The "Thumbhole Window" Glimpse
Related to 1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 18
Christoph Borer Get Sharky! performer has one card in pocket, spectator peeks on card from the deck, the card vanishes and appears in the pocket
Related toAlso published here 2000 Anam Cara 21
Ed "Weird" Rapoza The Weird Revelation clever verbal finesse for Hoy's Tossed Out Deck, same as Anderson
Inspired byRelated to 2004 The Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy 135