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Undercover Mystery, The (Ted Annemann in Abrams: The Life and Times of a Legend Annemann(1992), p.299)

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Nuts to You (Ted Annemann??)


Dear John Heggie, in the ABRAMS book about Annemann "Nuts to You" is not mentioned, but you will find in Annemann, Theodore: Annemann's Card Tricks(c)1942 Max Holden, New York (1st Edition); Reprinted 1977 Dover Publications, on page 42, and under the title I see the name of GERALD KOSKY as the creator.
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On 2008-10-21 20:39, John Heggie wrote:
Nuts to You (Ted Annemann??)


Dear John Heggie, in the ABRAMS book about Annemann "Nuts to You" is not mentioned, but you will find in Annemann, Theodore: Annemann's Card Tricks(c)1942 Max Holden, New York (1st Edition); Reprinted 1977 Dover Publications, on page 42, and under the title I see the name of GERALD KOSKY as the creator.


Just backing up the crediting... It is also included in the book "Magic of Gerald Kosky" (published by Magic Limited, Lloyd E. Jones). Thanks Muecard!


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Thanks Magiguy for the additional Kosky source.

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Ralph Read's Latest Perfect Mental Masterpiece (Ralph Read in Abrams: The Life and Times of a Legend Annemann(1992), p.74)
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Just curious... for the sake of consistent crediting do you prefer Theo Annemann, or Ted Annemann?


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My vote would be for Ted Annemann.
I think that was his stage name and I am thinking that he was best know as Ted. (Disclaimer: No scientific research was done on this personal observation from John Heggie Smile )

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"So Simple" Force, The (Lynn Searles in Abrams: The Life and Times of a Legend Annemann(1992), p.314)

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On 2008-10-28 23:28, John Heggie wrote:
Liepzig Would Really Have Loved This (Ed Marlo)


John, am I right that Marlo thought "Leipzig" with "Liepzig" ?

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MueCard,
Yes you are correct it is spelled Leipzig

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