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I once bought the entire set in a box from an eBay auction. If I can remember, I will see how many issues there were when I get home.
Things are more like they are today than they've ever been before...
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On Jan 24, 2012, Denis Bastible wrote:
Most issues had a scantily clad assistant prominently placed on the cover. They were put out by Joseph Cardwell or Kardwell. I accidentally through out my old collection when emptying my father's house
I just saw Joe and Irene Cardwell on an episode of To Tell The Truth. They were the third couple in the third game
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My very first foray into doing magic was when my sister bought an issue for me off the shelf at the grocery store. I subscribed shortly thereafter and my contribution was during their "they would print anything" phase. IIRC they misspelled my name and left out several steps. What they printed of my trick made very little sense.
I was introduced to a lot of great magic and magicians though. Fun times.
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