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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Dai Vernon Two-Six-Four one of a thirteen cards thought of and position remembered, two halves made and selection found with multiple out counting procedure using Four, Two and Six spots
Related toVariations 1940 221
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on George Kaplan, Milbourne Christopher, Martin Gardner, Mike Millet, Bill Simon, Dr. Jaks, Francis Carlyle, Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon, John Boyko, Sid Lorraine, Leo Rullman, Keith Clark, Fu Manchu
Apr. 1951
The Phoenix (Issue 226)
P. Howard Lyons Information Wanted Departed requesting information about Dai Vernon's Exclusive Card Mysteries manuscript
Related to Apr. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 5)
Faucett Ross Background on the DeeVee Manuscript information about Dai Vernon's early card manuscripts
Related to July 1956
Ibidem (Issue 6)
Faucett Ross Follow the Leader History credit information
July 1956
Ibidem (Issue 6)
Tom Bowyer One Way the Hard Way out-of-the-room selection, spectator has to remove a card from tabled spread, walk somewhere and replace card from other side, described by Faucett Ross
Related to Sep. 1956
Ibidem (Issue 7)
Tom Bowyer A Letter to Faucett letter to Faucett Ross, Chester Miller, Dunninger
Sep. 1958
Ibidem (Issue 14)
Scott's Move Vernon Transfer from center, unclear credit, apparently shown by Faucett Ross
1961 56
Faucett Ross The Manuscript Story How the $20 manuscript was put together
1962 7
Faucett Ross The Prospectus Faucett's description of the ten Vernon miracles that was submitted to Fulton Oursler
1962 11
Lewis Ganson, Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon Malini the Promoter
1962 81
Magisches Notizbuch
  • Zwei Ideen zur Vorführung des Kartendegens (Charlie Miller, Harry Mendoza & Faucett Ross in "Genii" July & August 1966)
  • Robert J. Gunther's Würfelkasten ("Genii" May 1966)
  • Ein Ball-Tuch-Effekt von Frank Garcia ("Triks" June 1966)
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 27 No. 5&6)
Faucett Ross Single Shuffle Control top card remains on top, one shuffle
1967 165
Dai Vernon, Hubert Lambert, Faucett Ross Emerald Isle Aces four times riffle force in which top packet is turned over and spread until first face-down card
Related toVariations 1967 228
Jay Ose, Faucett Ross Jay Ose's Thumb Tie
1968 74
Patrick Page Focus on Alex Elmsley, Faucett Ross, Francis Carlyle
June 1975
Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 10)
Lewis Ganson Preface Book is based on compilation of Charlie Miller / Faucett Ross correspondence, done by Frank Csuri
1975 8
Lewis Ganson A Magician and his Magic Brief biographical notes about Faucett Ross and his correspondence with Charlie Miller
1975 17
Faucett Ross The Beginning How to develop an act and how to work public shows
1975 20
Faucett Ross The Business Side How to become professional in magic (booking shows etc)
1975 20
Faucett Ross Rules and Common Sense About breaking the cardinal rules of magic
1975 21
Faucett Ross Practice How to practise
1975 22
Faucett Ross The Magician How to behave as a magician in public
1975 22
Faucett Ross Showmanship
1975 23
Faucett Ross A Bargain Anecdote about Arthur Buckley teaching Faucett Ross three card tricks for twenty bucks
1975 23
Faucett Ross Advice on Programmes How to structure the programme for a show
1975 23
Faucett Ross A Glass and a Silk Silk placed in tumbler, sealed off with white handkerchief. Silk vanishes, magician produces silk of different color from collar, changes it to the correct color.
1975 28
Faucett Ross Handkerchief Box Routine Silk routine with various effects using Japanese Box
1975 32
Faucett Ross Cut, Burnt and Restored Handkerchief Centre of handkerchief is cut off, edges are burnt, fuses it back onto the handkerchief
1975 37
Faucett Ross Handkerchief Cane Silk produced at the end of special cane
1975 43
Faucett Ross Fountain of Silks Lots of silks are produced
1975 45
Faucett Ross Snowstorm in China Paper with Chinese characters torn and restored, dropped in water, taken out with chopsticks, fanned and turns into huge paper storm
1975 52
Faucett Ross The Hindu Turban Cut and restored rope type of routine with turban material
1975 58
Harlan Tarbell, Faucett Ross The Skittle Riddle Wand and silk pass through a wooden skittle
1975 63
Faucett Ross Candy Bowl Presentation Bowl filled with confetti becomes bowl filled with candy
1975 66
Faucett Ross The Famous Two-Bowl Production
1975 72
Faucett Ross Fish Bowl From Hat Produce small fishbowl of goldfish from his hat, suitable for close up
1975 77
Faucett Ross The Hydrostatic Glass Cup turned over, water stays inside glass
1975 79
Faucett Ross Glass of Milk Vanish Glass of milk vanishes, appears in hat
1975 83
Faucett Ross Manipulation with Banknotes The Ross Routine, bill manipulation
1975 88
Faucett Ross Money Grab Fan production of bills
1975 91
Faucett Ross Lighted Cigarette Routine Production of lit cigarettes, short routine
1975 96
Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon Salt Pour
1975 98
Faucett Ross The Miser's Dream
1975 101
Faucett Ross Books and Slates Freely chosen word from a book appears on slate
1975 108
Faucett Ross Sun and Moon Two handkerchiefs of different colors, cut centre out and restored but restored wrongly
1975 110
Faucett Ross Rabbit to Sausages Produce rabbit, change it into sausages
1975 113
David Devant, Faucett Ross Eggs from Hat Produce lots of eggs from a hat, keep dropping on the floor, comedy routine
1975 114
Faucett Ross, Buatier de Kolta, Carl Hertz The Vanishing Bird Cage
1975 117
Faucett Ross, Max Malini Bill in Lemon Uses a Malini move to vanish the bill
1975 122
Faucett Ross The Egg Bag
1975 126
Faucett Ross Egg Bag Finish Produce jigger of whisky from egg bag
1975 134
Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon Cups and Balls Based on Vernon's routine with different endings
1975 135
Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon The Linking Rings Based on The Symphony of the Rings
1975 142
Faucett Ross, Russell Swann Punch Line Patter line to use during cut and restored rope routine
1975 150
Faucett Ross Perfect Opener Joke line as opener for Torn and Restored Newspaper
1975 150
Faucett Ross Ring in Egg Ring appears in egg, but no yolk / egg white in egg
1975 151
Tony Slydini, Faucett Ross Vanishing Paper Balls Faucett's routine for Paperballs over head
1975 153
Faucett Ross Miracle Ring on Stick Ring on Wand
1975 154
Faucett Ross Swapperino Story about T. Nelson Downs switching his dentures imperceptibly at the dinner table
1975 158
Faucett Ross Sleight of Hand Story about Faucett Ross accidentally exposing a prohibitionist Minister as an alcoholic on stage
1975 159
Faucett Ross Too Good? Story about how a spectator was genuinely convinced Faucett is able to link two solid metal rings together by magic, and hence lost a bet
1975 159
Faucett Ross Still Too Good Story about how a trick failed on stage because it was too good to be true for the spectator, too-perfect theory
1975 160
Faucett Ross Fees Stories about Faucett Ross and how much he receives / charges for his shows back in the day
1975 161
Faucett Ross Vernon's Luck Stories about how lucky Dai Vernon was about lots of things
1975 162
Faucett Ross The Show Story about Al Baker pretending to be Dai Vernon
1975 164
Faucett Ross The Episode of Vernon and the Long Sleep Story about Dai Vernon apparently sleeping for three days straight
1975 165
Faucett Ross The Manuscript Story about Dai Vernon trolling a young punk of a magician
1975 166
Faucett Ross Doc Nixon's Exposure Story about Doc Nixon accidentally exposing himself in the nude on stage
1975 167
Faucett Ross Some Great Card Classics Faucett describes his favorite card classics
1975 194
Faucett Ross Card Sword
1975 197
Faucett Ross Four Card Routine Four cards selected and found in various ways
1975 198
Faucett Ross Card Act Description of routine of card tricks

  • Cards Up the Sleeve
  • Matching the Cards
  • Leipzig Four Ace Trick
  • Changing card under foot
  • Twenty Card Transposition
1975 200
Faucett Ross, Dai Vernon The Ross Simplified 2-6-4
Inspired by 1975 209
Faucett Ross Pseudo Center Deal Use second deal to fake center deal
1975 213
Cardini Card Change One handed fan used to change indifferent card to selection
Variations 1975 216
Faucett Ross The Problem Anecdote about The Trick That Cannot Be Explained in a letter to Charlie Miller
1975 218
Faucett Ross Introduction
1976 1
Faucett Ross The Faucett Ross Version
1977 13
Faucett Ross Impromptu Matching two four-of-a-kinds, pair exchanged, they transpose back, then ready for Matching the Cards
1977 15
Jochen Zmeck, Faucett Ross Der Zuschauer zaubert spectator choses and returns card behind his back (secretly reversed), another spectator locates it in a corner of the room
1977 9
Ross Bertram Acknowledgements
  • Dai Vernon
  • Faucett Ross
  • Further Acknowledgements
1978 vii
Dai Vernon, Faucett Ross Introductions
1978 xv
Ross Bertram The Candy Bowl Dai Vernon, Larry Gray & Faucett Ross anecdote
1978 144
Peter Wilker (reviewer) Magic with Faucett Ross by Faucett Ross (written by Lewis Ganson) 1978
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 39 No. 1)
Jochen Zmeck Der Damaszener Dolch selection lost, spectator locates four cards by stabbing a knife in the deck, they are the selection and its three mates
Inspired by 1979 23
Faucett Ross, Kevin Davie Card Change
Inspired by Apr. 1980
Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 4)
Faucett Ross Three Cards Across
1983 233
Faucett Ross The Fate of a Borrowed Coin to metal box
1983 236
Faucett Ross A Questionable Miracle
1983 243
Paul Fox The Five Card Mental Selection
  • Adding the Gimmick to the Deck
  • Shuffles and Cuts During the Routine
  • A Convincing Subtlety
  • Apparently Calling Off the Cards
  • Locating the Selections in the Proper Squares
  • Zeroing in on the Selection: The Basic "Pumping" System
  • Advanced Subtleties
Variations 1983 6
Faucett Ross The Faucett W. Ross Handling
Inspired byVariations 1983 19
Jeff Busby Another Handling Using the Nail Writer
Inspired by 1983 20
Faucett Ross Twice Turned
1989 175
Faucett Ross Overhand Shuffle Reverse
1989 175
Edward Marlo Do It Right four times riffle force in which top packet is turned over and spread until first face-down card to find the Aces, credit information
Related to July 1990
Technomagic (Issue 1)
Max Malini Think a Card Secret "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross"
spreading cards with faces towards spectator and following spectator's gaze
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Malini's Transposition "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", During WWII
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Malini's Cards From Pocket "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", Nov. 23, 1936
short comment
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Max Malini's Card Jumps To Top "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", During WWII
single phase Ambitious Card
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Nate Leipzig, Charlie Miller Leipzig's Card Production Variation "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", Nov. 20, 1943
card clings to hand
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini, Dr. James William Elliott Malini-Elliott Multiple Card Location "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", June 16, 1937
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Malini's Sun and Moon Routine "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", Aug. 16, 1936
center sections transpose
Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Malini's Egg Bag "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", July 25, 1936
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Max Malini's Preferences "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", July 25, 1936
comment by Malini
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini Max Malini's Vanishing Glass of Whiskey "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", July 25, 1936
only effect description
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Max Malini, Charlie Miller Cups and Balls "From Letters Written by Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross", Nov. 23, 1936
Also published here Nov. 1999
Genii (Vol. 62 No. 11)
Charlie Miller Max Malini: One Of The Funniest Fellows I Have Ever Seen
  • 63 Years Ago...
letter from Miller about Malini to Faucett Ross
Related toAlso published here Jan. 1999
Magic (Vol. 8 No. 5)
Dai Vernon Vernon's Cull and Stock "In a Letter to Faucett Ross"
Dec. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 12)
From the Magic with Faucett Ross
2007 30
Mike Caveney Faucett Ross to John Carney
  • Classic Correspondence
Nov. 2020
Genii (Vol. 83 No. 11)
Charlie Miller A Letter from Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross on Max Malini, November 30, 1935
Also published here 2022 96