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Jean Hugard One Hand Top Card Palm see also "A Top Palm" (Al Valenti, 1946),
varied by "One Hand Palm for a Number of Cards" (Edward Marlo, 1945)
1933 Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 2
Theodore Annemann & Jean Hugard Relativity and Cards signed, from performer's to spectator's pocket 1933 Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 7
Jean Hugard Invisible Transit varied by "Rapid Transit" (Frederick Braue, 1978) 1933 Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 25
Jean Hugard Color Changes 1933 Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 31
Jean Hugard Some Patter Suggestions 1933 Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 36
Jean Hugard To Palm a Number of Cards from the Top 1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 83
Jean Hugard Some Notes on the Pass 1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 90
Jean Hugard To Reverse the Bottom Card against thigh/leg 1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 94
Jean Hugard To Transfer the Bottom Card to the Top against thigh/leg 1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 95
Jean Hugard The Torn and Restored Card, Using a Borrowed Deck 1935 Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 99
Jean Hugard Remembering Three Cards 1935 Mental Magic with Cards 10
Jean Hugard The Marked Card Principle 1935 Mental Magic with Cards 26
Jean Hugard Basic Sleights and Changes 1935 Coin Magic 2
Jean Hugard The Palm Proper 1935 Coin Magic 2
Jean Hugard The French Drop 1935 Coin Magic 3
Jean Hugard The French Drop - Variation back clipped 1935 Coin Magic 4
Jean Hugard The Pinch french drop variation 1935 Coin Magic 4
Jean Hugard The Pick Up false take from palm 1935 Coin Magic 5
Jean Hugard Changes 1. By Means of the Palm Proper
2. With One Hand (De Manche Change without credit)
3. By Means of the Thumb Palm
4. By Means of a Small Tray
see also "To Change a Coin" (Henri De Manche, 1902) 1935 Coin Magic 5
Jean Hugard The Miser's Dream 1. The Original Method 1935 Coin Magic 69
Jean Hugard The Miser's Dream. Stage Presentation 1935 Coin Magic 70
Jean Hugard 1. The Receptacle bucket, glass bowl etc. 1935 Coin Magic 70
Jean Hugard The Setting of the Act 1935 Coin Magic 72
Jean Hugard The First Coin to be Caught four methods 1935 Coin Magic 73
Jean Hugard Repeated Catches 1935 Coin Magic 74
Jean Hugard Securing the Second Load in Left Hand 1935 Coin Magic 75
Jean Hugard Finish several coins produced at the same time as a finale 1935 Coin Magic 76
Jean Hugard With Glass Bowl on Table Only glass bowl, ased on the Ramsay subtlety 1935 Coin Magic 77
Jean Hugard A Brilliant Manipulation technique based on Downs palm 1935 Coin Magic 78
Jean Hugard Manipulations and Advanced Flourishes I. With Four Coins
II. With Four Coins
III. With Five Coins
IV. With Five Coins (including Roll Down)
1935 Coin Magic 79
Jean Hugard Gags for Miser's Dream 1935 Coin Magic 87
Jean Hugard The 20th Century Slate Test flap handling 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Winter Extra 1935/36") 87
Orville Wayne Meyer & Jean Hugard & Val Evans Handkerchief Force see credit corrections on page 166 and 198 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 26) 159
Jean Hugard Follow Me key cards 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 27) 168
Jean Hugard The Hugard Palm 1936 Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 130
Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin & Jean Hugard The Peek or Glimpse 1936 Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 135
Jean Hugard The Set-Up 1936 Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 146
Jean Hugard Your Card, Sir? cards torn up in four pieces are put in hat, corners of selection found in mess 1936 Card Manipulations (Issue 5) 160
Jean Hugard Thaumaturgy Credits David Devant with inventing thimble manipulation, plus describes different types of thimbles 1936 Thimble Magic 3
Jean Hugard Technical Terms Explains thimble terms: thumb-palm, finger-palm, second finger-palm, back-palm, palm, finger-clip, steal, holder, acquitment 1936 Thimble Magic 3
Jean Hugard The Basic Sleight - Thumb-Palm No. 1 Basic thimble palm by curling finger in see also "Finger Practice" (Jean Hugard, 1936),
varied by "To Vanish a Thimble" (Jean Hugard, 1936)
1936 Thimble Magic 4
Jean Hugard Finger Practice Practice routine to master the thimble thumb palm see also "The Basic Sleight - Thumb-Palm No. 1" (Jean Hugard, 1936) 1936 Thimble Magic 5
Jean Hugard To Vanish a Thimble Thumb palm vanish inspired by "The Basic Sleight - Thumb-Palm No. 1" (Jean Hugard, 1936) 1936 Thimble Magic 5
Jean Hugard Easy Moves With One Thimble Describes 4 short sequences with one thimble, with some advice on how to execute thimble sleights and magic 1936 Thimble Magic 6
Jean Hugard Moves With Two Thimbles Describes 5 short sequences with two thimbles 1936 Thimble Magic 6
Jean Hugard Thumb-Palm No. II More open way of doing a thumb-palm 1936 Thimble Magic 9
Jean Hugard Thumb-Palm No. III 1936 Thimble Magic 9
Jean Hugard Thumb-Palm No. IV 1936 Thimble Magic 10
Jean Hugard Thumb-Palm No. V 1936 Thimble Magic 10
Jean Hugard Thumb-Palm Variation 1936 Thimble Magic 11
Jean Hugard Hook Vanish No. I 1936 Thimble Magic 11
Jean Hugard Hook Vanish No. II 1936 Thimble Magic 12
Jean Hugard Second Finger-Palm Hiding thimble with second finger curled in 1936 Thimble Magic 12
Jean Hugard The Fadeaway Palm Hide thimble between thumb and palm, can show palm to audience 1936 Thimble Magic 12
Jean Hugard The Back-Palm - From Middle Finger 1936 Thimble Magic 13
Jean Hugard The Back-Palm - From the Thumb Tip 1936 Thimble Magic 13
Jean Hugard The Back-Palm - From the Fork of the Thumb 1936 Thimble Magic 14
Jean Hugard The Finger-Clip - At the Front of the Hand Clipping between middle and ring finger 1936 Thimble Magic 14
Jean Hugard The Finger-Clip - At the Back of the Hand 1936 Thimble Magic 14
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From Thumb-Palm to Thumb-Palm Using Second Finger Hand-to-hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 15
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From Thumb-Palm in Right Hand Hand-to-hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 16
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From Thumb-Palm to Back of Wrist Hand-to-hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 16
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From Right Little Finger Hand to hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 16
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From the Thumb Hand to hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 17
Jean Hugard Acquitments - Thumb-Palm to Thumb-Palm Using Left Thumb Hand to hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 17
Jean Hugard Acquitments - From Little Finger to Finger-Palm Hand to hand transfer 1936 Thimble Magic 18
Jean Hugard Acquitments - For Two Thimbles At Once Transferring two thimbles from hand to hand 1936 Thimble Magic 18
Jean Hugard Vest Acquitment - Vest Vanish From Little Finger 1936 Thimble Magic 19
Jean Hugard Vest Acquitment - Vest Vanish Using the Thumb 1936 Thimble Magic 19
Jean Hugard Advanced Finger Practice Practice routine to master the different thimble palms 1936 Thimble Magic 19
Jean Hugard Production of the First Thimble: Various Methods 5 ways to produce a single thimble in a dramatic manner, some involving fire/flash paper 1936 Thimble Magic 20
Jean Hugard 1 - Through The Hand 1936 Thimble Magic 22
Jean Hugard 2 - Swallowed and Pulled From Throat 1936 Thimble Magic 22
Jean Hugard 3 - Two Quick Moves Quick vanish and reproduction 1936 Thimble Magic 22
Jean Hugard 4 - Production From the Mouth 1936 Thimble Magic 23
Jean Hugard 5 - A Thumb Steal 1936 Thimble Magic 23
Jean Hugard 7 - A "Sucker" Vanish 1936 Thimble Magic 24
Jean Hugard 8 - Up the Arm 1936 Thimble Magic 24
Jean Hugard 11 - From Hand to Hand and Back Again Vanish and reproduction sequence 1936 Thimble Magic 25
Jean Hugard 12 - Four Thimbles From Hand to Hand Thimble-fly: four thimbles fly from hand to hand 1936 Thimble Magic 26
Jean Hugard Some Flourishes Karate thimble - catching thimble on finger in midair 1936 Thimble Magic 26
Jean Hugard P L O P Way to make a "popping" sound (like a cork from a wine bottle) when removing thimble from finger 1936 Thimble Magic 26
Jean Hugard Amputation Apparently remove thumb, with thimble as extra convincer 1936 Thimble Magic 27
Jean Hugard The Elastic Finger Stretch forefinger with thimble as convincer 1936 Thimble Magic 27
Jean Hugard Thimble Through Silk - Method No. 1 1936 Thimble Magic 28
Jean Hugard Thimble Through Silk - Method No. 2 1936 Thimble Magic 28
Jean Hugard Thimble Through Silk - Method No. 4 - With a Faked Thimble With transparent celluloid thimble 1936 Thimble Magic 29
Jean Hugard Color Changes 1 1936 Thimble Magic 30
Jean Hugard Color Changes 2 1936 Thimble Magic 30
Jean Hugard Color Changes 3 1936 Thimble Magic 30
Jean Hugard Color Changes 4 1936 Thimble Magic 31
Jean Hugard Color Changes 5 1936 Thimble Magic 31
Jean Hugard Color Changes 6 1936 Thimble Magic 31
Jean Hugard Color Changes 7 1936 Thimble Magic 32
Jean Hugard Various Routines 3 - Routine With Nested Thimbles 1936 Thimble Magic 34
Jean Hugard Catching Thimbles a la Miser's Dream: Special Thimbles Miser's Dream with thimbles, with ideas on how to end the routine and what gimmicked/special thimbles to be used see also "1 - Jumbo Thimbles" (Jean Hugard, 1936) 1936 Thimble Magic 37
Jean Hugard 1 - Jumbo Thimbles How to produce a jumbo thimble in Miser's Dream see also "Catching Thimbles a la Miser's Dream: Special Thimbles" (Jean Hugard, 1936) 1936 Thimble Magic 38
Jean Hugard 2 - Half Thimbles How to use half thimbles as penetration effect 1936 Thimble Magic 38
Jean Hugard 3 - Apparatus Tricks Four thimbles vanish from performer's hand, appear at a model hand a distance away 1936 Thimble Magic 39
Jean Hugard 4 - Liaison Trick Transition from thimble routine to billiard ball, with thimble transforming into billiard ball balancing on fingertip 1936 Thimble Magic 39
Jean Hugard Production and Vanish of Four Thimbles Simultaneously Describes how to palm four thimbles, and use it to produce and vanish four thimbles 1936 Thimble Magic 39
Jean Hugard System for Arranging Cards for Any Spelling Combination explained with the effect in which every value in a suit is spelled out 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 41
Jean Hugard Spelling Trick spelling trick with thirteen cards of a suit and story 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 41
Jean Hugard The New Spell card is spelt out and appears reversed at correct position 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 49
Jean Hugard Oops Control Variation reversed key card that is accidentally discovered 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 49
Jean Hugard Leg Reverse 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 49
Jean Hugard Follow Me with 2 spectators, originally from Jinx 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 81
Jean Hugard "Slick" Principle history and basic handling 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 95
Jean Hugard Diachylon history and basic information, more sticky than rough-smooth 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 104
Jean Hugard Double Back Principles in Card Magic some credit information 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 117
Jean Hugard Double Faced Cards history and basic information 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 130
Jean Hugard One-way Back Design general comments 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 138
Jean Hugard Presentation comments on handling a prearranged deck 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 189
Jean Hugard The Svengali Deck introduction and history 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 245
Jean Hugard The Mene Tekel Deck introduction, history and basic handling like controlling freely chosen card 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 256
Jean Hugard The Stripper Deck introduction, history and basic handling like controlling freely chosen card 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 261
Jean Hugard The use of Short Cards in Magical Effects commentary and history 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 309
Jean Hugard Indispensable Sleights comments 1937 Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 377
Jean Hugard The Handkerchief Force 1938 Greater Magic 195
Judson Cole & Jean Hugard The Top Card, One Hand Only 1938 Greater Magic 200
Theodore Annemann & Jean Hugard Relativity and Cards signed, one in pocket of performer, one in pocket by spectator see also "Again!" (Bill Simon, 1949) 1938 Greater Magic 265
Jean Hugard "And the Spectator Blew" 1938 Greater Magic 293
Jean Hugard A Card Fairy Tale and Automatic Spelling 2 riffle shuffles, suits are separated and used to tell story, match values, spell to values, ...
a. The Fairy Tale
b. Matching Cards
c. Automatic Spelling
d. Super-Spelling
1938 Greater Magic 320
Jean Hugard Method No. 6. The All Rising Cards all cards jump out of class, card fountain, discussion of methods with details for some 1938 Greater Magic 383
Jean Hugard For Parlor or Club Presentation full routine 1938 Greater Magic 804
Jean Hugard Stage Presentation full routine 1938 Greater Magic 810
Jean Hugard The Dictionary Trick 1938 Greater Magic 887
Jean Hugard New Color Changes 1938 More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 29
Jean Hugard The Top Change credit information 1938 More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 42
Jean Hugard Locations see also "An Automatic Jog-Control" (Paul LePaul, 1949) 1938 More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 46
Jean Hugard Robert-Houdin Problem letter by Hugard about a burnt paper restored in nest of envelopes, posed as problem see also "Robert-Houdin's Trick Problem" (Roberto Giobbi & Jean Hugard, 2016) 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 48) 339
Jean Hugard Hindu Shuffle Display 1939 Do That Again! 34
Jean Hugard To Flourish or Not to Flourish? short essay and trick, calendar presentation (months, weeks, ...) 1939 More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 30
Jean Hugard & Tommy Tucker Poker Hand Repeat Trick six card repeat with poker presentation 1939 More Card Manipulations (Issue 2) 33
Jean Hugard & Art Lyle Magician vs Gambler patter story and simplified handling of Hugard's trick from his Annual 1939 The Jinx 51-100 (Section "Winter Extra 1938/39") 369
Jean Hugard Mutilation billiard ball penetrates borrowed handkerchief, for repeat it gets stuck and handkerchief is cut and burned, then restored (Hanky Panky) 1939 The Jinx 51-100 (Section "Summer Extra 1939") 413
Jean Hugard The Hugard Rising Cards three cards 1940 Expert Card Technique 201
Jean Hugard Secret Addition of Cards to the Pack vest pocket, clipped to pocket, three methods 1940 Expert Card Technique 171
Jean Hugard The Side Slip two methods 1940 Expert Card Technique 31
Jean Hugard The Bottom Side Slip to the bottom 1940 Expert Card Technique 35
Jean Hugard The Side Count "bubble count" 1940 Expert Card Technique 183
Jean Hugard The Double Deal - Second Method - b. applying Erdnase Bottom Deal 1940 Expert Card Technique 29
Jean Hugard Using a Force 1940 Expert Card Technique 190
Jean Hugard The Hugard Top Palm 1940 Expert Card Technique 57
Jean Hugard The Delayed Side Slip 1940 Expert Card Technique 34
Jean Hugard The One.Hand Top Palm footnote 1940 Expert Card Technique 177
Jean Hugard The Palm in Action holding out, positions, tips for both hands 1940 Expert Card Technique 179
Jean Hugard The Invisible Turn-Over Pass 1940 Expert Card Technique 37
Jean Hugard A System of Stock Shuffling for two, three, four, five cards 1940 Expert Card Technique 73
Jean Hugard Mene, Tekel, Upharsin (The Thirty Cards) Alpha to Omega comments on the plot 1940 More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 30
Jean Hugard Credit Information 1940 More Card Manipulations (Issue 3) 8
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 1941 Early Marlo (Section "Amazing, Isn't It?") 37
Jean Hugard Hugard Card Control center clip overhand shuffle 1941 More Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 6
Jean Hugard To Shuffle or Not To Shuffle thoughts on controls & delays, 2 methods for delaying control 1941 More Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Preparing the Stripper Deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 3
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Hugard-Braue Strip Shuffle controlling cards to bottom in stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 4
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Hugard-Braue Cut Control 1941 The Stripper Deck 7
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Hugard-Braue False Strip Shuffle fake hindu shuffle, only cut 1941 The Stripper Deck 8
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Hugard-Braue Stripper Force hindu shuffle & stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Hugard-Braue Stripper Change automatic second deal with stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 12
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Unfathomable stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 13
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Astro-Vision spectator turns card end for end on his own, stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 13
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Slop Reverse 1941 The Stripper Deck 14
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Busted Bobtail 4 royal flush cards produced, then 5th has wrong suit, rest is transformed 1941 The Stripper Deck 15
Jack McMillen & Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Mind Mirror with stripper deck see also "Mind Mirror" (Jack McMillen, 1940) 1941 The Stripper Deck 16
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Money Talks three selections come to bottom of three piles, then to bottom of pack after shuffle, presented with coins, stripper deck see also "Tricks with Biseauté Cards - The Attractive Power of Gold" (1889) 1941 The Stripper Deck 17
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Phenomenal touched card found, distant key card 1941 The Stripper Deck 18
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Card and Number at any number, stripper glide 1941 The Stripper Deck 19
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Dig with a Spade performer pushes card next to selection for real, stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 19
Cardini & Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Bewildering Change card on table transposes with selection at known position from top, stripper deck see also "A Bewildering Change" ( Cardini, 1938) 1941 The Stripper Deck 20
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Subtle Location spectator counts down and remembers card, 2 handlings, stripper deck 1941 The Stripper Deck 21
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Stripper Spell 1941 The Stripper Deck 22
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Stripper Key 1941 The Stripper Deck 23
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Lighting Calculator number named, that many cards cut off, next card selection 1941 The Stripper Deck 23
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Locating the Aces 4 touched cards are stripped out and shown to be the Aces 1941 The Stripper Deck 24
Dai Vernon & Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Stripper Strip Out Addition 1941 The Stripper Deck 24
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Princess Card Trick: Stripper Version 1941 The Stripper Deck 25
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Canny Coincidence 2 selections come together on bottom of deck after spectator shuffled 1941 The Stripper Deck 26
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Cut and Come Again 2 cut-to selections come to either side of reversed card 1941 The Stripper Deck 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Mystic Cut card cut to by spectator is used to count down to selection 1941 The Stripper Deck 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Pickpocket three selections, deck put in spectator's pocket, deck removed but selection remains, repeat, then performer quickly takes out one card which is third selection 1941 The Stripper Deck 28
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Hallucination several spectators remember a card, all the same which is produced from pocket 1941 The Stripper Deck 29
Jean Hugard Credit Information for "There It Is!" see also "There It Is!" (Paul LePaul, 1940) 1941 More Card Manipulations (Issue 4) 51
Jean Hugard Introduction! comments on overhand shuffling 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 2
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Two in One double duke 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 7
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Easy Skill 3 aces, then royal flush 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 8
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Ace in the Hole 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Transparent Cards performer stacks himself 3 aces and knows some cards (because they are apparently transparent) 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Lucky Seventh selection at named small number 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Mindreading Feat one of four, OOSOOM type, describing also Guyot's 1749 procedure 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Obliging Cards two cards found at two named numbers 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 14
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Book Test using playing cards for word selection 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 14
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Silver Trick date on coin is used to count down to 4 selections 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 15
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Year in Your Life 4 digits of named year cut to see also "A Poker Player's Picnic" (1948) 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 19
Louis Zingone & Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Flying Cards also as poker deal inspired by "The Zingone Spread" (Louis Zingone, 1940) 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 19
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Blind Man's Poker 1942 Miracle Shuffles and Tricks 23
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Perfect Vanish of a Card also as production, double facer 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 2
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Good Companions 4 kings, one put in pocket, others vanish one by one, removed from pocket, 3 double facers 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 2
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Bathing Beauties four queens, one in hat three in glass of water, the one in hat vanishes, then all from glass, then all back in hat, using step gaff and clear celluloid card 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 3
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Kittyhawk Card from packet to reversed into deck, double facer 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 4
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue No It Isn't see also Fechter's "I've Got a Surprise for You!" 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 5
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue "Well, I'm D----d!" double facer and duplicate see also "FB Everywhere and Nowhere" (Frederick Braue, 1985) 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 5
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Triple Turn Up 3 selections, cards alternately face-up and down, half deck double backers 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 8
Henry Christ & Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Perfect Card Location - Impromptu Method see footnote 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Fantastic Spell spectator spells out blank card, nude card and other funny cards 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Delayed Bombshell message on card "So sorry. We all make mistakes. It's the next card." 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Magic Imprint card signed on back, card in glass covered with signed handkerchief, card becomes blank and pips appear on handkerchief, also smoke appears in glass see also "The Magic Imprint" (Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue, 1942) 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 11
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue On the Gaze Selection Method see footnote, "secret of success" for one of Erdnase's methods inspired by "Methods for Determining a Card Thought Of" (1902) 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 13
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Three of Spades writing appears on face of selection 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 14
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Under Foot one card under foot, sticky stranger card 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 14
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Little Quickie spectator holds deck with coin on top, deck ripped out of his hand, coin remains with miniature selection stuck on it 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 16
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Spuds cards to arm pit, selection shrinks and vanishes, miniature card appears in chosen potato 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 16
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Miniature Card and Coin miniature card printed between two coins 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 18
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Diminishing Cards fan of giant cards produced from under spectator's coat 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 19
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Dial Divination knife spun on table points to selection, 9 duplicates 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 20
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Hoodwinker duplicate 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 21
Jean Hugard The Aerial Cards - Jean Hugard Method 3 cards rise out of the deck and float into other hand 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 23
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Porous Plate thought card travels through plate in another packet 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 25
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Card Target spectator throws cards at target, selection sticks there 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 25
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Pendulum 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 26
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Magic Needle paper bag and big needle 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Card in the Paper Cone selection from pack to paper cone 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 28
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Making a Paper Cone 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 29
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Salted Card deck cuts itself at selection when thrown on table 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 29
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Second Presentation deck cut at selection with foot 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 30
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Four Card Discovery return of selections with rubber banded deck, 4 cards found in pocket 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 30
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Ringing the Changes card and its position remembered, optional stranger card 1942 Prepared Cards and Accessories 31
Jean Hugard Jean Hugard's Card Fountain cards jump out of glass, thread 1942 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 2 263
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Two Way Traffic 4 indifferent pocketed cards transpose one by one with 4 selections in deck 1943 Tricks and Sleights 3
Jean Hugard Cops and Crooks story presentation for 3 Card Monte 1943 Tricks and Sleights 5
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Card of Destiny card "divined" via personal information from spectator end up next to selection 1943 Tricks and Sleights 8
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Cards from Pocket to Hand 6 or 7 cards from pocket to empty right hand 1943 Tricks and Sleights 9
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Quick Discovery card shoots out of deck in open step configuration 1943 Tricks and Sleights 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Chosen Card to Pocket at any Number between five and twelve cards to trouser pocket, selection last, duplicate, credit information 1943 Tricks and Sleights 10
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Card Through Handkerchief 1943 Tricks and Sleights 12
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Reverse and a Recovery two cards, humorous presentation 1943 Tricks and Sleights 13
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Silent Speller 10 12-letter card set-up 1943 Tricks and Sleights 15
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue True or False? 1943 Tricks and Sleights 16
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Opened by the Censor signed card to envelope 1943 Tricks and Sleights 17
Jean Hugard My Name's Magic selection by spectator spelling his name, revelation by spelling performer's name 1943 Tricks and Sleights 18
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Safe Bet 1943 Tricks and Sleights 18
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Quick Change miscalling one of the cards 1943 Tricks and Sleights 20
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Mr. and Mrs. Hart - The Adventures of a Loving Couple king and queen of hearts vanish and then travel together, and make "little hearts" 1943 Tricks and Sleights 20
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A Palace Revolt 12 court and spot cards transpose in one phase 1943 Tricks and Sleights 22
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Fantastic Fan four Aces keep reappearing on bottom of deck, sucker phase, then to shoulder see also "The Homing Deuces" (Charlie Miller, 1961) 1943 Tricks and Sleights 23
Jean Hugard Thought for Five with faro-alternative for distribution 1943 Tricks and Sleights 24
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Lazy Man's Deal gag deal, deck comes up to right hand 1943 Tricks and Sleights 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Open Cull 1943 Tricks and Sleights 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Top Change - Double Lift doing double lift after top change as convincer 1943 Tricks and Sleights 27
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue False Cut straight cut 1943 Tricks and Sleights 28
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Dealing Thirds second deal & saliva see also "Automatic Second & Third Deal" (Karl Fulves & Dai Vernon, 1979) 1943 Tricks and Sleights 28
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Ace Layout 1943 Tricks and Sleights 28
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Apparent Reversal of the Whole Pack really only top card turned over 1943 Tricks and Sleights 29
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Look-See glimpse of selection as it is chosen via riffle & stop 1943 Tricks and Sleights 29
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue & Charlie Miller The Lockgrip Strip Shuffle overhand shuffle, for credit to Charlie Miller see reference see also "The Back Room" (Bruce Elliott, 1943) 1943 Tricks and Sleights 30
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue A New Top Change see also "As an Exchange" (Edward Marlo, 1983) 1943 Tricks and Sleights 32
Jean Hugard & Unknown Instantaneous Knot with Both Hands see also Jean Hugard's "Silken Sorcery" page 65 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 42) 172
Jean Hugard Follow Me key cards 1943 Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 35
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Miracle Methods No. 1 by Jean Hugard
Casting New Light on the Stripper Deck
1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 1
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Silken Sorcery by Various (written by Jean Hugard) 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 11
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Modern Magic Manual by Various (written by Jean Hugard) 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 14
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Miracle Methods No. 2 by Jean Hugard
Miracle Shuffles and Tricks
1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 24
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Miracle Methods No. 3 by Jean Hugard
Prepared Cards and Accessories
1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 43
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Annual of Magic for 1937 by Various (written by Jean Hugard) 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 46
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Annual of Magic for 1938-1939 by Various (written by Jean Hugard) 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 48
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Sealed Mysteries of Pocket-Magic by Jean Hugard 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 70
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Miracle Methods No. 4 by Jean Hugard
Tricks and Sleights
1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 79
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Close-Up Magic by Jean Hugard 1944 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume I 90
Jean Hugard Hugard's Butterflies snow storm, with paper butterlies 1945 My Best 247
Jean Hugard Solomon's Seal 6 cards stack, presentation with a drawn star, cards are laid on the corners of the star and spectator thinks stop 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 82) 332
Jean Hugard The Ace Assembly two covers 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 82) 334
Jean Hugard Tickets for Two two decks, two selections change places 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 82) 335
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Foreword history of the pass 1946 The Invisible Pass 7
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue The Invisible Pass 1946 The Invisible Pass 11
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Resume with other break controls, after peeks and as get ready for the classic force 1946 The Invisible Pass 25
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Summary 1946 The Invisible Pass 27
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Mental Magic with Cards by Jean Hugard 1946 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume II 21
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Book Edition of Hugard's Magic Monthly: Volumes I and II by Jean Hugard 1946 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume II 109
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Nailcutting the Aces 1948 Show Stoppers with Cards 9
Jean Hugard Hugard Top Palm 1949 For Card Men Only 21
Jean Hugard & Morris Loewy The Diagonal Palm Loewy/Hugard Top Palm 1954 Handbook Of Card Sleights 8
Jean Hugard Hugard Top Palm 1958 The Card Magic of Bro. John Hamman S. M. 45
Russell "Rusduck" Duck & Jean Hugard Color Separation separating suits and stacking deck in the hands, see Tom Ransom's idea in No. 6 see also "Readers Write" (Russell "Rusduck" Duck, 1958) 1958 The Cardiste (Issue 5) 9
Jean Hugard & Burling Hull Reverse against Body 1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 23
Jean Hugard New Reverse first wrong card turns over, then right card 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 9) 433
Jean Hugard Cover-Up Card Precursor according to Fulves 1971 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 9) 433
Edward Marlo & Jean Hugard Simplex Card Transposition cards at different positions transpose inspired by "Thoughts Anticipated" (1933),
"Give a Number!" ( Harrison, 1938)
1976 Early Marlo (Section "Oddity & Other Miracles") 106
Jean Hugard Hugard Top Palm 1978 Magic and Methods of Ross Bertram 75
Paul Fleming (reviewer) The Invisible Pass by Frederick Braue (written by Jean Hugard) 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 17
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Book Edition No. 2 (Vols. III and IV) of Hugard's Magic Monthly by Jean Hugard 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 85
Paul Fleming (reviewer) The Royal Road to Card Magic by Jean Hugard (written by Frederick Braue) 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 100
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Magic Monthly: Book Edition No. 3 (Volumes V and VI) by Jean Hugard 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 139
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Expert Card Technique (3rd, Enlarged Edition) by Jean Hugard (written by Frederick Braue) 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 164
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Magic Monthly: Book Edition No. 4 (Volume VII) by Jean Hugard 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 177
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Magic Monthly: Book Edition No. 5 (Volume VIII) by Jean Hugard 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 182
Paul Fleming (reviewer) Hugard's Magic Monthly: Book Edition No. 6 (Volume IX) by Jean Hugard 1979 The Paul Fleming Book Reviews - Volume III 186
Frederick Braue & Jean Hugard FB Adaptation of Hugard's Telepathy card travels to other half, 26 duplicates (1937) inspired by "Telepathy" (Jean Hugard, Sphinx, June 1935, p. 101) 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 28
Frederick Braue & Jean Hugard Telepathy card travels to other half, 26 duplicates (1937) inspired by "Telepathy" (Jean Hugard, Sphinx, June 1935, p. 101) 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 29
Frederick Braue (reviewer) The Following Effects in The Encyclopedia of Card Tricks are Especially Good by Jean Hugard
list of a few dozen items
1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 2) 20
Jean Hugard Do It and Fail with 28/32 card deck a layout and dealing game is explained, the spectator always fails at it 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 29
Jean Hugard Easy Finders 1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 4) 30
Jean Hugard Under Foot 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 114
Jean Hugard & Frederick Braue Cover for the Ambitious Card Double Lift 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 60
Frederick Braue & Jean Hugard The Ambitious Twins 1985/87 Daryl's Ambitious Card Omnibus 104
Jean Hugard Leg Reversal 1987 Star Quality - The Magic of David Regal 115
Jack Merlin & Dr. Jacob Daley & Jean Hugard Herrmann Turnover Pass 1990 100% Sankey 28
Jean Hugard & Roberto Giobbi & Arthur Finley Thought Stealer Spectator spells name of his thought of card - and finds it! 1994 Card College - Volume 1 49
Jean Hugard & Roberto Giobbi Seventh Son of a Seventh Son 1994 Card College - Volume 1 101
Partagas & Jean Hugard The Coué Test righting a wrong card - "psychological" presentation 1994 Card College - Volume 1 125
Jean Hugard Leg Reverse 1996 Notes on Card Tricks and Other Diversions 3
Jean Hugard One Hand Top Palm 1998 The Book 69
Jean Hugard & Roberto Giobbi The Fadeaway Card Change 1998 Card College - Volume 3 748
Jean Hugard Leg Reversal 1999 Drawing Room Deceptions 21
Jean Hugard Leg Reversal 2000 Excerpts 12
Jean Hugard & Roberto Giobbi & Frederick Braue The Invisible Pass 2000 Card College - Volume 4 973
Jean Hugard The Hugard One-Handed Palm 2000 Palming: For The Terrified 13
Jean Hugard Leg Reverse 2008 Cocktail Card Magic 17
Jean Hugard Card Reversal 2010 The Opposite of People 49
Jean Hugard & Roberto Giobbi Hugard's Method of Changing Packs card at named number is named, repeated twice inspired by "Method of Changing Packs" (1935) 2013 The Art of Switching Decks 51
Jean Hugard Leg Reverse 2015 Renovations 37
Roberto Giobbi & Jean Hugard Robert-Houdin's Trick Problem burnt paper restored in nest of envelopes, posed as problem, quoted from reference inspired by "Robert-Houdin Problem" (Jean Hugard, 1938) 2016 Hidden Agenda (Section "Feb 11") 46
Roberto Giobbi & Jean Hugard Giving a Reason for the Use of Certain Cards 2016 Hidden Agenda (Section "Dec 15") 358