No, Guys. I don't think I ever saw that great performance, nor do I recall writing about it. (Although Mr. Fulpis did review one of MY TV appearances - negatively, of course.) If you care to do the research (in APOCALYPSE) I did write about his lies and thievery. He was a great "accuser" - accusing others while he periodically stole from others. For years, for example, he'd write that I never gave T. A. (Tom) Waters credit for an item of mine, when that credit was/is in the VERY FIRST LINE of my write up of that item. (If you care to check - it's my The Card Pyramid - Page 45 in the original Deck-Sterity.) I mentioned that in APOCALYPSE - and the great accuser simpy kept spouting that lie.
After my The Epitome Location was published, and as he continued to accuse me of not giving the Tom Waters credit, he published an almost exact rip-off of it.
A vignette I wrote: It was 1962/63. My first book (C-UCM) seemed to be a large hit. I was asked to do quite a few lectures for magicians then. I'm performing Out of This Universe, which I taught in that book, and after having the deck shuffled by different people a number of times, the next "piece" is to have the spectator deal out the entire deck, putting the cards he thinks are red in one pile, the blacks in another - no halfway stop.
There was this scruffy looking guy sitting right in front, in a dirty overcoat, who hadn't laughed or even smiled once, when everyone else was smiling/laughing. I guess I thought I'd "involve" him - handed him the shuffled deck and asked him to do the deal-out. Ready? He dealt two cards in one pile - AND DEALT THE REMAINING 50 CARDS INTO THE OTHER PILE! Think about that for a moment! It didn't bother me much, I simply gathered all the cards and handed them to a "normal" person. No problem; the routine received the gasps/standing ovation that it usually received.
I cannot explain that kind of behavior. Jealousy? Perhaps. But that's who we're "dealing with", folks. IN MY OPINION.