Patter in Rhyme by B. Douglas and En Rapport by T. Annemann (2 in 1) - Book
PLEASE NOTE: These two books are printed back to back, bound together.
"Patter In Rhyme" is a collection of 15 excellent and novel patter presentations, in the form of magical poetry. Written in 1939 by Bert Douglas and illustrated by Nelson Hahne. Fifteen poems in all and a page of text explanation.
The other half of this combination book is "En Rapport" by Ted Annemann. It is a complete 30 minute routined act of telepathy, mind reading, and clairvoyance designed for two people.
Contents of Patter in Rhyme:
- The Tale of a Shirt: Chinese laundry ticket
- The Stolen Jewel: a jumbo card trick
- Cards Up The Sleeve: using 10 cards and a sleeve
- The Card and Wallet
- Torn and Restored Newspaper
- The Cut and Restored Rope
- The Traveling Salesman (Don Sweet): 20th Century Handkerchief
- The Handkerchief and Egg
- Lodge Night: a novel card problem, with explanation of the trick
- Color Changing Silks: dyeing the silks routine
- Magical Limericks
- Collapsible Spring Chicken
- Nest of Bottles
- Color Changing Silks
- Produce Spring Dolls
- Vanishing Golf Club
- Mr. and Mrs. Green (Dell O'Dell)
- The Vanishing Alarm Clock (Walter Gibson)
- Passe Passe Bottles (Walter Gibson): with routine
- The Fishman (Elmber Applegit): Fresh Fish
- Explanatory Text: relates the rhymes with the effect
Contents of En Rapport:
- The medium "thought reads" the names of three cards mentally chosen by members of the audience.
- The medium predicts in writing the card that will be selected by each of three spectators. (This is an adaptation of an Al Baker effect.)
- The medium reads the name of a "thought of" card by a different procedure from that described in (1) above.
- The medium reads the figures that constitute the number on a borrowed dollar bill.
- The medium discovers the denomination and date of each of three borrowed coins.
- The medium reproduces on a slate (a) a word, (b) a few figures, and (c) a drawing which have been put down secretly by members of the audience.
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