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Horace E. Bennett Unfair Shake two in the hand (here dice cup) one in the pocket, then die change color and size twice, as a kicker a shot glass appears under the cup 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 113
Horace E. Bennett & Larry Jennings Cup Loading Move with a handkerchief see also "The Larry Jennings Chop Cup Routine" (Larry Jennings, 1977) 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 119
Horace E. Bennett The Ringer spectator's finger ring joins performer's ring on wand, then they link and unlink 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 175
Horace E. Bennett Coins From Hand To Hand four silver coins in one hand travel one by one to four copper coins in the other hand 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 187
Horace E. Bennett & Franklin V. Taylor Jardine Ellis Routine on and off the shoelace, in the end string is threaded on finger ring 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 316
Horace E. Bennett & Dan Tong Tong's Trick jardine ellis ring and split ring, ring on ribbon 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 331
Horace E. Bennett Bennett's Boner torn and restored napkin in a cup, sucker element 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 22
Horace E. Bennett Dissimilar Coins Through Table four different coins penetrate table, last one upwards inspired by "Coins Through Table" (Walter Rollins, 1966) 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 138
Horace E. Bennett The Change Purse two half dollars travel into a purse 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 145
Horace E. Bennett Coin Exchange five english pennies in an okito box transpose with four half dollars, hollowed stack, version of Jimmy Ray's "Okito Coin Box Routine" from "Between the Acts" 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 149
Horace E. Bennett In and Out Part 1 two coins in handkerchief, named one penetrates the fabric 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 155
Horace E. Bennett Click Pass 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 156
Horace E. Bennett Part 2 silver coin in handkerchief held by spectator, copper penetrates fabric and joins the other coin 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 160
Horace E. Bennett & Ken Brooke Tea For Okito with an okito box inspired by "Tea For Two" (Ken Brooke, 1967) 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 164
Horace E. Bennett Okito Box Turnover on the table 1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 165
Horace E. Bennett Framed coin produced from purse frame, vanishes inside again, see also p. 320 inspired by "Theft Proof Purse" (Horace Bennett, Gen, Feb. 1963),
see also "Problem Solver" (Ernie Nassimbene, Genii, June 1969)
1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 2) 307
Horace E. Bennett Universal Joker 1970 Epilogue (Issue 8) 58
Horace E. Bennett Flying Knot knot jumps off the rope into air 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 363
Horace E. Bennett The Clock two selections 1972 Card Cavalcade 26
Horace E. Bennett The Half Crown Affair american penny and half crown in hand, one placed in pocket & travels back, transposition with spectator in which one coin grows 1973 Close-up Cavalcade 68
Horace E. Bennett Ghost Knot knot while the spectator holds both ends, in the end the rope is linked to performer's buttonhole inspired by "Secret of Gordius" (John Benzais, The New Jinx #58) 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 7) 619
Horace E. Bennett Follow the Leader Coins 1975 Another Close-up Cavalcade 15
John Holland (reviewer) Familiar Themes: More Alternative Handlings by Horace E. Bennett 1985 Epoptica (Issue 7) 410
Horace E. Bennett Repeat Purse Transposition copper and silver coins transpose, one in purse 1988 Epoptica (Issue 11) 539
Horace E. Bennett Bennett Change-Over Move Variation as visible coin is picked up from palm 1988 Epoptica (Issue 11) 539
Horace E. Bennett New Techniques with the Downs Palm: Delayed Palm Vanish 1988 Epoptica (Issue 11) 538