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Not to mention having been in magic since 1963!!

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4164-8792) HOW I GET OUT OF A STRAIT-JACKET by Harry Houdini.

Ladies Home Journal article from May 1918.

This was Houdiniís first article for the LHJ.

As the article states, Houdini would (for the most part) always perform escapes from behind a curtain. For the sake of this article, Houdini performed this escape before the cameras and editors of Ladies Home Journal.

As can be seen from the photos below - there are some Great shots of Houdini - escaping from his strait-jacket.

Gee, I wonder how long (off and on) Houdini was hanging, in the upside down position, before the photo shoot was over?

The magazine has a little wear -but- it is COMPLETE, which you don't find very often.

If you were to take the article, from the magazine and have it framed, then the tattered edges wouldn't show.

The article measures approx. 11Ēx17Ē. - $75.00

      

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4165-8728) David DeVal's HOUDINI 'Unique' Skeleton Key Set

Opens up 300 types of padlocks. - Made from hardened tempered steel. - Durable and rust proof. - Integral part of the locksmith's tool kit. - Time saving professional key set.

Assembled together by Great Britain's own David DeVal back in the 1970s.

Have a good look at the six keys, you can probably open up over 300 padlocks.

There is a little glare, on a couple of the middle keys, due to the package having a shrink wrap cello covering.

Package measures 4 1/2"x7 1/4". The keys/lockpicks are 2 1/4" in length.

I can't remember the last time I had one of these to offer. - $45.00

   

4166-6357) SIEGFRIED AND ROY PACKAGE!!

(a) The Interview #1

A decade after their show was cut short, the Strip icons invite John Katsilometer inside their secret garden.

Published in the Las Vegas Weekly, October 3-9, 2013 issue.

Magazine  measures 10 3/8"x13 1/4"

GREAT article, with many photos, spread out over a full Seven Pages!!

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(b) The Interview #2

Essentially the same article, as above, but with six photos - a couple of these are different from the article above.

This article, in the Las Vegas Sun Newspaper for Sunday, October 13, 2013, has a great early photo of S/R, sitting in a Las Vegas showroom booth with Liberace.

The other photo is with Michael Jackson, the three of them holding baby white tigers.

The newspaper measures approx. 11"x22" (front page) - 22"x22" (for the double wide), continued article inside.

Three full pages, as can be seen below. - $15.00 for both (a)&(b)

Shipping is as follows, for these oversize magazine/newspaper:

USA - Priority Mail $7.50

CANADA - First Class International Mail $11.50
                    Priority International Mail $32.50

Rest of World - First Class International Mail $17.50
                           Priority International Mail $45.00

4167-7562) MAGIC FOR FUN by Sidney H. Radner

Copyright 1956 and published by Padell Book Company of New York.

PaperBound with 93pages.

Over 100 magic tricks which can easily be learned, and which will mystify and entertain any audience.

Book measures approx. 6"x9"

The BONUS of this offering - the book is signed and dated on the title page by Mr. Radner.

While the book shows up, on a rare occasion, they generally aren't signed. - $35.00

                        

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The next 7 offerings all have to do with:

4168-5114) THE DAYs OF THRILLs AND LAUGHTER

>>>This 1961 film was a composite feature about the films of the Silent Era, of which one of Houdiniís movies: "The Man From Beyond" was showcased.

Below are various Scarce Items, from this movies release -now- 53 Years Ago.<<<

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I've had these for quite awhile and had multiples, so now it's time to drop the prices and move them out.
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1-sheet poster (27"x41"). Houdiniís name in the credits, but no scene from his part of the movie. Excellent to Near Mint in condition. 1-sheet posters are the Most Desirable of poster collecting, due to their excellent size for framing and hanging on the wall. - $20.00

    

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3-Sheet Poster (41"x81"). Comes in two sections. One measures 27"x41" and the other 54"x41". Houdiniís name is in the credits, plus the Niagara Falls scene where Houdini is holding the woman in his arms, while in the water - just after saving her, from going over the Falls. - $45.00

    

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Insert (or Panel) Poster (14"x36"). Along with the movie 1-sheet, this is probably the Second Most Collectible Size. Looking Great when matted and Framed. Houdiniís name in the credits, plus the Niagara Falls scene where Houdini is holding the woman in his arms, while in the water - just after saving her, from going over the Falls. Most posters of this nature come folded, but this one was rolled all these 50+ years and in Great Condition - $45.00

    

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SIX Assorted Movie Lobby Cards

This 1961 film was a composite feature about the films of the Silent Era, of which one of Houdiniís movies: "The Man From Beyond" was showcased.

Almost a full Set of American Movie Lobby Cards.

There were a total of eight Lobby Cards released for this movie, each showing a different Silent Film Star.

What's offered here are six of the eight.

All Lobby Cards measure 11Ēx14Ē.

Houdiniís name is shown in the Credits, on the left side, of ALL the Lobby Cards.

Click on the thumbnail photo's, below, for a better view of these Wonderful Lobby Cards. - $7.50each(or take all 6 for $35.00)

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Window Card Poster (14"x22"). Houdiniís name in the credits, but no scene from his part of the movie. Most Window Cards come folded, this one isnít and is in Near Mint Condition. - $15.00

    

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Lobby Card (12 Ĺ"x16 Ĺ") from Mexico.

Houdini's name is in the credits, plus the scene where Houdini is hanging off the edge of a cliff.

Now's there's Saturday afternoon MovieSerial drama for you.

Where else can you buy an Original Houdini Lobby Card for under $2,000?!!
- $15.00

    

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PressBook

Measures 13"x16 1/2" and contains six Large pages of advertising material, which the theatre's would use to advertise the movie in the Newspapers, etc.

PAGE ONE: the "Synopsis" of the film; what the 40"x60" poster looks like; the 'cast' and 'credits'.

PAGE TWO: an assortment of line drawings and photos to be used in the 'adv. campaign'.

PAGE THREE: an assortment of "teaser ads" and several photos from the movie, with captions beneath each. Of the seven photos, two are of Houdini. (1) "Houdini, The Cliff Hanger", and shows just that - Houdini hanging off a cliff -and- (2) "Saved From Niagara". This photo shows Houdini in the water, with a woman in his arms. As if he'd just saved her.

PAGE FOUR: has several close up photo's of the various stars and more art work from various scenes.

PAGE FIVE: contains various articles, which would be used for "Publicity." One article is on Houdini: "Houdini Thrills Anew In Long Lost Films."

PAGE SIX: shows what the various Posters and Lobby Cards look like.

Outside of being folded in half, this PressBook looks as new as the day it was printed, some 53 years ago - $35.00

       

4169-1347) 1971 ROBERT-HOUDIN Stamp from France.

Portraits of Famous Frenchmen Issue. Scott Catalogue Numbers B445-B450.

This colorful set was issued to commemorate the lives of a few of Franceís distinguished historical figures. The color shadings of the stamps are subtle but visually stunning. Each is pictured on a stamp with an object symbolizing his lifeís work.

Those honored by the set are:

Daniel Francois Auber, composer
Gen. Charles Diego Brosset, architect
Victor Grignard, Nobel Prize winning chemist
Henri Farman, aviator
Gen. Charles Georges Delestraint, soldier
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JEAN EUGENE ROBERT-HOUDIN, Magician

The stamps in this set have vivid, fresh colors, superb centering and perfect, never hinged gum. The striking colors would make these stamps gorgeous as a framed set. They are as New as the day they were produced, 43 Years Ago. - $15.00

      

4170-1347) 1971 ROBERT-HOUDIN Stamps from France

Portraits of Famous Frenchmen Issue.

This colorful stamp was issued to commemorate the lives of a few of Franceís distinguished historical figures, of which one was Robert-Houdin.

The color shadings of the stamps are subtle, but visually stunning and show an object symbolizing his lifeís work.

The stamps have vivid, fresh colors, superb centering and perfect, never hinged gum.

They are as New as the day they were produced, 43 Years Ago.

A total of four stamps for the one price. - $25.00

4171-3970)  Full Sheet of ROBERT HOUDIN 1971 French Stamps

Portraits of Famous Frenchmen Issue.

50 stamps come to a sheet of stamps.

This colorful Stamp was issued to commemorate the life of one of a few of Franceís distinguished historical figures.

The color shadings of the stamp are subtle but visually stunning.

Houdin is pictured on the stamp with an object symbolizing his lifeís work.

The stamp has vivid, fresh colors, superb centering and perfect, never hinged gum.

The stamp sheet measures approx. 11"x11 1/4" and would look GREAT Framed.

As can be seen in the photos, below, there are a couple folds - in the perforations, but not in the stamps themselves.

The stamps are as New as the day they were produced, 43 Years Ago. - $75.00 (Sorry, these Houdin stamps have sold)

4172-8491) PHILIP MORRIS WINDOW CARD for his Pasadena, Texas performance of "Wonderful World of Fantasy" on Tuesday, September 16, 1969.

Measures 14"x22" and is Virtually Mint. Not bad for being 45+ years old.

The BONUS of this offering is the Window Card is Autographed by Mr. Morris. - $25.00

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$25.00each deal -or- take all four deals for $85.00

4173-6570)  HOUDINI DEAL #1

10 HOUDINI...and Beyond Posters - 20+ Years Ago, Award Winning Artist, Diane K. Sparks (no relation), did an Original painting of Houdini. From the Original, this poster was produced. The image area measures 21 1/2"x27 1/2". The overall poster measures 24"x36", which leaves plenty of boarder area - should you wish to have the poster framed. Poster is on a glossy paper stock with fade resistant ink. The words: "Harry Houdini Poster" are only super imposed for this listing and isn't on the actual poster itself. The Print shows Houdini bound in chains, while a ghostly image of his Mother looks on: from Beyond.

This is a great buy for those of you who like to set up at your local "Magic Club Flea Market" -or- "Magic Club Annual Auction" -or- Giveaway's for your Magic Club meeting.

Houdini Lot #1 - $35.00/for 10 posters

4174-8555)  HOUDINI DEAL #2

(a) Clipped out Houdini Magazine Photo. The magazine photo measures approx. 6"x5 3/4" and has to do with Shelton Pool underwater test on August 5, 1926. The Hindu fakir, Rahman Bey, was getting quite a lot of publicity by demonstrating his powers of producing uncanny effects. He would enter a cataleptic state, then would have himself buried in a coffin for ten minutes to half an hour. He would then receive the attention of scientific men who would write up the "phenomenal feats", of his having mystical powers. Houdini felt the fakir was deceiving the public and said he, HOUDINI, would prove that an ordinary man could do the same thing. So, at age 52, (and not in the best physical condition he had always been through out his life) came the Shelton pool event. Was he nuts? No, he was: HOUDINI!! Houdini was thus sealed in a metal coffin and submerged to the bottom of the Shelton Pool. Assistants had to sit on the coffin, to keep it from rising to the surface. Houdini not only stayed down for an hour, he actually stayed down for one hour, thirty-one minutes and thirty seconds. Thus making the fakir look the fool and getting Houdini all the publicity he could ever want.

(b) Theatre Review Article. The article measures 2 7/8"x10 3/8" and appears to be a review of Houdini's performance at the New York Hippodrome Theatre on November 1, 1918. Houdini vanishes an elephant -and later in the show- Houdini is nailed in a box, placed in a large tank of water and escapes from the box. Neither (a) or (b)  state which publication they were published in.

(c) SECRETs OF THE GREAT HOUDINI by Beryl Williams and Samuel Epstein. Six page (pp102-107) clipped out article from The Catholic Digest, February 1954. Condensed version of the author's book: "The Great Houdini" Measures approx. 5"x7 1/2"

(d) Clipped out Article from ARGOSY Magazine for December 1974. Volume 280, #6 - There are a couple of informative articles about Houdini in this issue. This starts with a nine page article by Bert Randolph Sugar entitled: "THE SECRET LIFE OF HOUDINI". Includes several nice photoís of Houdini and Houdini Posters. Sugar was also Editor in Chief of the Argosy magazine, at the time this issue was published. Two years later, Sugar went on to co-author the book: "HOUDINI, His Life and Art" with The Amazing Randi. Following this is the three page article: "THE REAL SECRETs BEHIND HOUDINIs TRICKs". This is an "excerpt" from J.C. Cannellís book "The Secrets of Houdini" "brought to you, the Argosy reader, for the first time in any magazine". Good reading 100 years after Houdiniís birth in 1874.

(e) THE VALLEY SCENE Magazine - Volume 2, #2 - September 1994 - published in Appleton, Wisconsin. Cover shows assorted items from the Houdini Historical Center. Inside the magazine is a full page article by Tom Breuer: HOUDINI - Appleton's most famous native son still draws crowds to his former home town. Measures approx. 11 1/4"x14"

(f) Brochure for the HOUDINI Historical Center in Appleton, Wisconsin.

(g) Brochure for "The Houdini Historic Walking Tour" in Appleton, Wisconsin.

(h) HOUDINI miniPoster. Measures 7 3/4"x15 1/4". In the upper left corner is a canceled Houdini 37cent stamp from 2002.

(i) Brochure for the MAGIC & MOVIE Hall of Fame, located inside O'Sheas Casino, Las Vegas.

(j) Another (Brochure for the MAGIC & MOVIE Hall of Fame, located inside O'Sheas Casino, Las Vegas.)

Houdini Lot #2 - $25.00/for everything

a,b)   c)    d)

e)   f,g,h,i,j)

4175-4329)  HOUDINI DEAL #3

(a) Harry Houdini, Escape to Cyberspace. 8 1/2"x11" flyer from the Library of Congress.

(b) HOUDINI Packing Case Challenge from January 16th, 1925. (reproduction). 7"x11"

(c) Advertising postcard (using Houdini's image) for ets.org. "your key to education sources".  6"x9"

(d) HOUDINI ON MAGIC. Edited by Walter B. Gibson and Morris N. Young. SoftBound with 280pages. 1953 Dover Edition. $6.00 price sticker on cover.

(e) HOUDINIs Big Little Book of Magic. While the book shows the copyright date of 1927, Overstreet Comic Price Guide, in the first section, lists the actual publication as 1933. Published by Whitman Publishing company of Racine, Wisconsin. Copyrighted by Beatrice Houdini, executrix of the estate of Harry Houdini. Book measures approx. 4"x4 3/8". This is the HardBack edition and not the softbound CocoMalt or Arco Edition. FASCINATING PUZZLES, TRICKS AND MYSTERIOUS STUNTS SELECTED BY HOUDINI THE WORLDíS GREATEST MAGICIAN. A complete book would have 295pages. If you count the blank pages and pictorial boards, 300pages. This particular book has seen quite some wear and tear. The spine and back cover are missing - along with pages 1-20, 43-46, 95-98, 143-158. I have seen this book sell anywhere from $50-100, in NearMint/Mint complete condition. At least this book still has 85+% of its contents still present.

(f) THE MAGIC WAND Magazine. Volume 39, #226. June 1950. Edited by George Armstrong. While the cover asks: "Was Houdini Wrong?", there is no Houdini article inside. Strange, eh? But, it's still a sought after scarce Magic Wand issue.

(g) 8 1/2"x11" color laser reproduction of Houdini's "KING OF CARDS" Poster

(h) HOUDINI miniPoster. Measures 7 3/4"x15 1/4".

(i)  8 1/2"x11" color laser reproduction of Houdini's "BURIED ALIVE" Poster

Houdini Lot #3 - $25.00/for everything

a,b,c)  d,e,f)

g,h,i)

4176-7999)  HOUDINI DEAL #4

This lot contains programs, playbills, newspaper articles, etc. all having to do with theatrical plays about HOUDINI

(a) Houston Performances Arts and Theatre Magazine, April 1992. The show: "American Vaudeville". A great re-enactment of an evening of Vaudeville with cast members portraying HOUDINI, W.C. Fields, Mae West and so so many more, at the Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas.

(b) Brochure of Ragtime, The Musical. November 19, 1996. Ford Centre for the Performing Arts - Toronto, Canada.

(c) Newspaper advertisement for Ragtime, The Musical. November 19, 1996. 4 1/4"x10 1/2". Ford Centre for the Performing Arts - Toronto, Canada.

(d) Goodspeed Musical brochure advertising the upcoming plays - including Houdini, the Musical from September 24th to December 14th, 1997. East Haddam, Connecticut.

(e) Large PostCard advertising Houdini, the Musical. Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire, Illinois. March 31st thru June 6th 1999.

(f) Newspaper advertising Houdini, the Musical. Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire, Illinois. March 31st thru June 6th 1999. 6"x10 1/4"

(g)(h) Stagebill for Houdini, the Musical. Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire, Illinois. March 31st thru June 6th 1999. (cover and inside)

(i) Full page article, in the Chicago Sun-Times, for Houdini, the Musical. April 2, 1999. 12"x13"

(j) Almost full page article, in the Chicago Sun-Times, for Houdini, the Musical. April 9, 1999. 7"x12 1/2" (actual size of Houdini article)

(k) 9"x4 1/2" article, in the Chicago Tribune, for Houdini, the Musical. April 9, 1999.

(l) Playbill, The Opera House Manchester, England. Volume 1, #7, October 1966. October 22, and running two weeks, MAN (Houdini) OF MAGIC production with Stuart Damon, Judith Bruce, Stubby Kaye (and many more). This playbill has a total of seven pages devoted to the Houdini play. Outlining those appearing, synopsis of the scenes, bio's on all the players, etc.

Houdini Lot #4 - $25.00/for everything

a)

b,c)  d)  e,f,g,h)

i)  j) k)  l)

4177-7478) WINDOW CARD POSTER FROM HOUDINIs FINAL TOUR

Providence, Rhode Island, Opera House.

September 20th, 1926 - just a little over a month before Houdini would die.

Measures approx. 14"x21 3/4".

Piece missing from upper left corner.

Greatest Magician of the Age

HOUDINI

Master Mystifier

3 SHOWS in ONE
A full Evening's Entertainment
Magic - Illusions - Escapes
And Fraud Medium Exposes

All this has been professionally matted and framed. Overall measurements are 22 3/"4x31". - $15,000.00

     

4178-5646) HOUDINIs FABULOUS MAGIC by Walter B. Gibson & Morris N. Young

HardBound with Grey DustJacket.

Original copyright 1961.

I'm guessing this is the third printing, as the letters "a" and "b" are missing from what would be "a" thru "h".

Has Red colored cloth covers. 214 pages.

Published by Bell Publishing Company of New York.

Content's Include:

The Substitution Trunk - Houdiniís Handcuff Act - Houdiniís Jail Escape - Houdiniís Card Scaling - The Straitjacket Escape - The Needle Trick - Houdiniís Box Escapes - The Milk Can Escape - Other Milk Can Escapes - The Mailbag Escape - Walking Through a Brick Wall - The Vanishing Elephant - The Orange Tree - Houdiniís Radio Illusion - The Giant Card Star - The Buried Box Escape - Pillory Escapes - Underwater Escapes - The Water Torture Cell - About Houdini.

Book measures approx. 5 1/2"x8 1/4".

The BONUS of this offering -  the book is signed four times:

1) On the title page by Morris N. Young, MD
2) By Sidney H. Radner on page 41
3) Again, by Sidney H. Radner on page 179
4) Again, by Morris N. Young, MD beneath his photo of the back of the DustJacket

All this and over 55 Illustrations and photographs. - $45.00

   

                

         

4179-5456) HOUDINIs FABULOUS MAGIC by Walter B. Gibson & Morris N. Young

HardBound with orange DustJacket.

Original copyright 1961.

Since all letters "a" thru "h" are present, I'm assuming this was the first printing published by Bell Publishing Company of New York..

Has orange colored cloth covers. 214 pages.

Content's Include:

The Substitution Trunk - Houdiniís Handcuff Act - Houdiniís Jail Escape - Houdiniís Card Scaling - The Straitjacket Escape - The Needle Trick - Houdiniís Box Escapes - The Milk Can Escape - Other Milk Can Escapes - The Mailbag Escape - Walking Through a Brick Wall - The Vanishing Elephant - The Orange Tree - Houdiniís Radio Illusion - The Giant Card Star - The Buried Box Escape - Pillory Escapes - Underwater Escapes - The Water Torture Cell - About Houdini.

Book measures approx. 5 1/2"x8 1/4".

The BONUS of this offering - the book is signed four times:

1) On the title page by Morris N. Young, MD
2) By Sidney H. Radner on page 41 (Sid has added: "Burned May 1, 1995)
3) Again, by Sidney H. Radner on page 179 (Sid has added: "Burned in Niagara Falls, CA May 1, 1995)
4) Again, by Morris N. Young, MD beneath his photo of the back of the DustJacket

All this and over 55 Illustrations and photographs. - $45.00

      

         

     

4180-7640) HOUDINIs FABULOUS MAGIC by Walter B. Gibson & Morris N. Young

SoftBound with with 214pages..

First Barnes & Noble Book edition, published in 1977.

Content's Include:

The Substitution Trunk - Houdiniís Handcuff Act - Houdiniís Jail Escape - Houdiniís Card Scaling - The Straitjacket Escape - The Needle Trick - Houdiniís Box Escapes - The Milk Can Escape - Other Milk Can Escapes - The Mailbag Escape - Walking Through a Brick Wall - The Vanishing Elephant - The Orange Tree - Houdiniís Radio Illusion - The Giant Card Star - The Buried Box Escape - Pillory Escapes - Underwater Escapes - The Water Torture Cell - About Houdini.

Book measures approx. 5 1/2"x8 1/4".

The BONUS of this offering - the book is inscribed and signed on the free end page by Morris N. Young, MD

All this and over 55 Illustrations and photographs. - $35.00

                     

4181- 9030) HOUDINI, HIS LIFE and ART by The Amazing Randi and Bert Randolph Sugar

PaperBound with 192pages, FULL of Information, Photos, Illustrations, etc. about Houdini.

First Printing. Copyright 1976, published by Grosset & Dunlap of New York.

Chapters include:

Little Ehrich The Great
The Houdini's
Rising Star over Europe
American Conquest
Sorrow, Straitjackets, and Vanishing Elephants
Silent Movies and Spirit Mediums
The Closing - Houdini the Showman
The Handcuff King
Slander in Germany
To Restrain the Murderously Insane
"Failure Means a Drowning Death"
The Chinese Water Torture Cell

The BONUS of this offering - the book is signed three times:

1) By Sidney H. Radner on page 152, beneath a photo of a sťance being held at the Houdini Museum in Niagara Falls, Canada
2) Again, by Sidney H. Radner on the same page, 152, and Mr. Radner has added: "Ann Fisher was the Medium".
3) A nice inscription and signature, on page 153,  by Jay Marshall, who was also in attendance.

Book measures approx. 8 1/4"x10 3/4"

This is a Great 38 YEAR OLD book for your library, whether for reference material -or- just learning more about Houdini. - $35.00

      

 

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