Early Marlo
Early Marlo
Enlarged Edition
written by Edward Marlo
1976
Work of Edward Marlo
132 pages (Spiralbound), published by Magic, Inc.
Language: English
(77 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Edward Marlo Two Pets - A. First Pet bridged deck Pasteboard Presto 1940 8
Edward Marlo B. Second Pet bridged deck Pasteboard Presto 1940 9
Edward Marlo Marlo's Rosini card glimpsed, no break, deck cut and card spelled to, deck crimp during spectator's peek Pasteboard Presto 1940 10
Edward Marlo The First Miracle spectator looks at any card in table spread while performer looks away Pasteboard Presto 1940 11
Edward Marlo Another Rosini performer tells how many cards are cut off, crimps in deck Pasteboard Presto 1940 12
Edward Marlo Everywhere and Nowhere (using a borrowed deck and no duplicates.) Pasteboard Presto 1940 14
Unknown Instantaneous Double Lift bridged double Pasteboard Presto 1940 15
Edward Marlo & Hank Nowoc Four Aces Again aces lost in deck, four packets cut to and dropped, top ace turns over inspired by "Ace-Cutting" (John Scarne, 1938) Pasteboard Presto 1940 17
Unknown Air Pressure Turnover brief Pasteboard Presto 1940 18
Edward Marlo The Ambitious Card facilitating double lift by bending top cards Pasteboard Presto 1940 19
Edward Marlo General Ace Trick aces come to top one by one, same ace is shown on top four times as sucker presentation Pasteboard Presto 1940 19
Edward Marlo & Theodore Annemann Card Counted To spectator counts down, uses this value to count down again, third time selection shows up, impromptu method for Annemann's "Count your Card" (Book Without a Name) inspired by "Count Your Card!" (Theodore Annemann, 1931) Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 24
Edward Marlo & John Scarne Marlo's Think A Card three thought-of cards are predicted on billets, one ahead, based on John Scarne's "Think a Card" see also "Miracle Do As I Do" (Warren Wiersbe, 1946) Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 26
Edward Marlo Count Down Force Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 28
Edward Marlo & Theodore Annemann Simplex Ten to One performer and spectator think of a card, spectator does not find it, performer does, inspired by an effect from Annemann's book "Sh! It's a Secret!" see also "A Test of Power" (Eddie Clever & Theodore Annemann, 1936) Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 29
Edward Marlo Billet Switch Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 30
Edward Marlo No Palm Aces to Pocket featuring bottom placement at coat edge move, lapel load see also "Next To Impossible Card To Wallet" (Edward Marlo & Danny Korem, 1982) Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 32
Unknown Simple Packet Switch addition from face Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 33
Edward Marlo & Jean Hugard Do As I Do - U Can't Unless I Want U 2 eight cards for performer and spectator, basically oil&water effect, two methods, Hugard's and Marlo's Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 37
Edward Marlo Streamlined Discernment one out of three, OOSOOM see also "Streamlined Discernment Idea" (Edward Marlo, 1983),
"Streamlined Mental Disclosure" (Edward Marlo, 1990)
Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 38
Edward Marlo Surprising Transposition card in pocket with card at chosen position Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 40
Edward Marlo Marlo - Vernon sandwiched card with card at chosen position Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 42
Edward Marlo Sensitive Fingers aces are located apparently by sense of touch, using a short card with broken corner Amazing, Isn't It? 1941 44
Edward Marlo Marlo's Discoveries monster routine in which first single cards are selected and found about ten times, then in pairs and four at a time, then a ten-card multiple selection routine is done Marlo's Discoveries 1946 47
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle Marlo's Discoveries 1946 48
Nate Leipzig The Slap Change Marlo's Discoveries 1946 49
Unknown Here I Is Marlo's Discoveries 1946 49
Unknown Pop Up top half flies to table, selection appears varied by "Rollover Kings" (Steve Beam, 1983) Marlo's Discoveries 1946 50
Unknown Simple Reverse crude Marlo's Discoveries 1946 51
Unknown Strike It deck is slapped out of spectator's hand, selection remains Marlo's Discoveries 1946 51
Unknown Card from Fan card pops out of fan Marlo's Discoveries 1946 51
Unknown Ootchy Kootchy crude rising Marlo's Discoveries 1946 51
Unknown Hair Raising card is pulled up via invisible hair Marlo's Discoveries 1946 52
Unknown Card on Forehead Marlo's Discoveries 1946 52
Unknown I Nose Yours card sticks to nose Marlo's Discoveries 1946 52
Unknown Out of the Hat deck placed in hat, bottom flicked, 4 selections jump out of hat Marlo's Discoveries 1946 53
Unknown Nu Presentation card shoots out of deck Marlo's Discoveries 1946 54
Unknown Turn Over Card air pressure turnover Marlo's Discoveries 1946 55
Edward Marlo Cut the Card performer cuts to selection via slip cut Marlo's Discoveries 1946 55
Unknown Sunrise card rises out of fan, crude Marlo's Discoveries 1946 55
Unknown Jump Cut self-cutting deck Marlo's Discoveries 1946 56
Edward Marlo Reverse Marlo's Discoveries 1946 57
Unknown The Throw friction throw Marlo's Discoveries 1946 57
Edward Marlo Marlo's Card to Card Case classic palm method Marlo's Discoveries 1946 58
Unknown Divining Hanky animated handkerchief nods above selection Marlo's Discoveries 1946 58
Edward Marlo Oddity! named card is only odd-backed card see also "How You Like Me Now? Opener" (Steve Mayhew, 1999),
"How You Like Me Now? Opener" (Steve Mayhew, 1999),
varied by "Oddity Handling" (Edward Marlo, 1964)
Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 62
Edward Marlo Roughed Oddity named card is only odd-backed card Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 65
Edward Marlo Chameleon Deck Routine all-backs and all-faces routine with color changing back kicker Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 65
Unknown Palm Reverse see also "A Useful Acquitment" (Paul LePaul, 1949) Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 68
Edward Marlo & Carmen D'Amico Direct Backs and Faces all-backs and all-faces routine Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 71
Edward Marlo The Perfect Stop Trick spectator stops at any card, its values is used to count down again and again until selection appears see also "Jarrow's Indicator" (Emil Jarrow, 1992),
"Stack Countdown" (1992),
varied by "Stop Perfecting Triumph!" (Simon Aronson & David Solomon & Edward Marlo, 1978)
Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 73
Edward Marlo You Do As I Do three methods Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 77
Edward Marlo Simplex Card Stabbing two selections with wrapped deck and knife Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 82
Edward Marlo The Riffle Pass controlling a card or cards to top with a riffle shuffle Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 82
Edward Marlo Jab It! knife is stabbed in back of cards, some cards are pierced, bottom one is selection Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 85
Edward Marlo Setting Bridge during riffle and overhand shuffle combination Oddity & Other Miracles 1945 86
Edward Marlo A Simple Ace Routine aces lost and found with 4 times the 10-20 force Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 90
Unknown Simple Packet Switch Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 92
Edward Marlo & Peter Warlock Sympathetic Coincidence performer places blue-backed card in case, spectator removes same from red deck Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 94
Edward Marlo & Theodore Annemann Impromptu Remote Control unknown odd-backed card is marked on back, a card selected via stop procedure with deck in glass is marked on face, turns out to be the same inspired by "Remote Control" (Theodore Annemann, 1937) Oddity & Other Miracles 1964 95
Edward Marlo Double Trouble 2 cards, odd-even divided deck Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 97
Edward Marlo Yogi Bird Card Trick wind-up toy finds card, two methods (ungaffed and with set of duplicates) Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 99
Edward Marlo Forcing from a Bank 10 force cards Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 100
Edward Marlo Pip Card to Wallet JS changes to JC, JS is in wallet, with additional jumbo card version Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 103
Unknown Pip Card using a pip liquid (?) clubs is transformed to spades Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 103
Edward Marlo & Al Baker Vocalepathy inspired by "Vocalepathy" (Al Baker, 2003) Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 105
Edward Marlo & Jean Hugard Simplex Card Transposition cards at different positions transpose inspired by "Thoughts Anticipated" (1933),
"Give a Number!" ( Harrison, 1938)
Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 106
Edward Marlo & Walter B. Gibson Double Prediction 2 cards predicted, 2 methods, combination of Walter Gibson's "The Mystic Prediction & "The Psychic Card Problem" (Book of Popular Card Tricks) Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 107
Unknown Center Glimpse at break see also "Sighting a Card in the Middle of the Deck" (1936) Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 110
Edward Marlo Pip Sucker Gag mechanical pip card with threads is explained, then pips are rubbed off and card given out for inspection Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 110
Unknown Pip Liquid Recipe to draw pips on cards that can be rubbed off Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 111
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 1 stop trick as prediction, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer inspired by "The Telepathic Card" (Theodore Annemann & Unknown, 1940) Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 112
Edward Marlo Unknown - Effect No. 2 2 selections appear at selected numbers up to 10, several methods, some with roughed cards, impromptu double backer Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 112
Edward Marlo Block Slip Shuffle preserving bottom stock Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 113
Edward Marlo Cover Up Cut "Cover Up Move" Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 122
Edward Marlo Ambitious Card Routine roughed duplicate Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 128
Edward Marlo A Quick Sandwich Cover Up Cut application Oddity & Other Miracles 1976 130