Card Manipulations - Series No. 5
Jean Hugard
Louis Tannen Inc
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booklet 
USA  eng
Hugard, Jean: Card Manipulations Series No. 5
©1936 Max Holden, NY
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 5.5x8.5", 34 pages
Also published by Louis Tannen, NY

Comments: Also compiled into a single volume

Contents:

130 Part I - Sleights
130 1. The Hugard Palm
130 2. One-Hand Palm - Several Cards
131 3. The Spring Palm
132 Tricks With the Spring Palm
132 a. Ambitious Card
132 b. "Stop" Trick
132 c. A Force
133 d. The Shipwreck
134 e. Startling Transformation
134 4. Flesh Grip
135 5. The Peek or Glimpse
136 A. Sighting Top Card
136 1. The Palm
136 2. The Ruffle
136 3. Push Down
136 4. Variation of
137 5. Left Thumb
137 6. Double Lift
138 7. Riffle Shuffle
138 8. Gambler's Method
138 9. Hindu Shuffle
139 10. Placing on Table
139 11. Overhand Shuffle
139 B. Sighting Bottom Card
139 1. Tilting Pack
140 2. Rear Bend
140 3. Buckling Card
140 4. Variation
140 5. Turn Over on Arm
140 6. Pulling Back Sleeve
141 7. Cover of Card Fan
141 8a. Bending Pack
141 8b. Reading Whole Deck
141 C. Sighting Card in the Middle
141 1. By Ruffle for Return
142 2. Push Through
142 3. Charlier Pass Move
142 4. Palming Half Deck
142 5. Turning Index Corner in Fan
142 6. Index of Card Above
142 7. For Side Slip Method
143 8. Any Card Called For
143 6. The Best Overhand Shuffle
144 7. The Daley Reverse
145 8. Color Change

146 Part II - The Set-Up
146 An Indetectible Stop Trick
149 Curious Coincidence

150 Part III - Tricks
150 The Carlyle Aces
152 Card That Finds Itself
152 Insolvable Mystery
153 Spectator Becomes a Magician
154 Hilarious Finish
155 Seeing Is Believing
156 Novel Beginning for Aces
156 The Nines
157 The Five Card Fan
158 New Half Pack Reverse
159 The Danish Force
160 Your Card, Sir?

162 Part IV
162 The Palm and Recovery
163 Finale

Product Details
No. of Pages 163
Personal Details
Read It No
Location Magic Library (Home) Shelf M
Condition Near Mint
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
Notes
Jean Hugard
(1871-1959)

Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Stage and pen name of John Gerard Rodney Boyce, originally aka 'Jean Hugarde', later aka 'Chin Sun Loo'. Inspired in 1880 seeing Haselmayer show. Learned a week later reading Robert-Houdin's Secrets of Magic, then Hoffmann's Modern Magic. Debut in 1896. Pro since 1900. Moved to USA in 1916, working vaude 1916-18 and in own magic theater in Luna Park (at Coney Island) 1919-29 when retired in Brooklyn to write and edit magic. Named 4th SAM Dean of Magicians in 1951. SAM Hall of Fame.