From Charles D. Rose; Fan Mail Dept. So what did I personally get out of the first 12 issues? HyperCard, You Win Once, Elastic Illusion, Caper, Slydini Palm, Rebound, Five Card Mental, Suspense, Two Coin Vanishes, Mid nite Coin, Flying Eagles, A Dollar, Flashbacks, Catapult, Flash Back two, Instant Oil & Water, Twist Trap, Hank Gag, Fireworks. All that plus the VERY candid and informative "Interloc utor~" if the above doesn't add up to the investment, I'll eat the paper it's printed on.
Back to "The Interlocutor," Anything I have purchased as a result of your reviews or comments has more than lived up to my expectations.That is more than can be said of the two "house" journals.
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deservedly outspoken campaign against "thieves and hustlers in magic," you might be interested to know that it goes on in comedy too."
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