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Postby HighQ » 01/29/05 08:08 AM

Richard,
How come no one has done a book on one of the true legends in magic- U.F. Grant? I'd love to see a biography of him along with a republication of his numerous manuscripts, and details of his many, many effects over the years. Is there a reason this hasn't been done?
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Postby Matthew Field » 01/29/05 10:25 AM

U.F. "Gen" Grant is a subject dear to my heart.

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Postby Bob Farmer » 02/01/05 04:40 PM

U.F. Grant is also one of my heroes. Most of my magic act as a child consisted of his stuff. I have a copy of A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF U.F. GRANT MAGIC compiled and annotated by Don Tanner in 1980 and it lists almost 1,500 items without including the MAK Magic line of stuff.
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Postby Jeff Haas » 02/01/05 05:23 PM

Didn't he sell the one-man dancing handkerchief gimmick, using a record player?
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Postby Ted Leon » 03/23/05 06:37 PM

Mike,
Now that's a GREAT idea.....
Put me down for a copy:-)
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