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Rainboguy
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Do any of you have this?

This is a FABULOUS book!!!
Peo Olsson
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No, but tell us more.
Pictured to the left my hero and me during FISM 2006 in Stockholm.
Jim Klodzen
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Marshall is my childhood hero and the book is one of my favorite bio's!!!
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When this first came out I was unemployed. My first exposure to magic was Marshall's TV Magic Cards and Magic Kit. So, without financial means to purchase, I requested my local library system to stock it. Imagine...they DID. Now children and adults have something modern for inspiration. I encourage everyone to do the same.

As for the book, fantastic writing and thorough. Covers everything from his miliary popularity to his latest marketing endeavors. Truly a well deserved literary offering.
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Could somebody please mention the title of the book being discussed?

We may dig Annemann, but we're not really telepathic.

Is this John Moehring's book about Marshall Brodien, The Magical Life of Marshall Brodien: Creator of TV Magic Cards and Wizzo the Wizard? (2007, McFarland, 271 pp)

Or is this a different book actually written by Marshall Brodien?
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On 2010-09-14 00:05, duanebarry wrote:
Could somebody please mention the title of the book being discussed?

We may dig Annemann, but we're not really telepathic.

Is this John Moehring's book about Marshall Brodien, The Magical Life of Marshall Brodien: Creator of TV Magic Cards and Wizzo the Wizard? (2007, McFarland, 271 pp)

Or is this a different book actually written by Marshall Brodien?


Yes, it is the Moehring book.
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This was a fun read. Before reading it I only knew Marshall for his TV Magic Cards and never really knew him as a performer. In addition to his sales saavy marketing stuff I learned about him as a performer in bars, trade shows and on the local version of Bozo in Chicago. Nice retrospective on a guy who made a living in magic.
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