The Great Houdini

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For the 1976 film, see The Great Houdini (film).
First US edition (publ. Julian Messner)

The Great Houdini: Magician Extraordinary, written by Beryl Williams and Samuel Epstein, is a biography on Harry Houdini, the great handcuff king and magician.[1]

This book tells about Houdini's life and reveals some of the secrets to his greatest tricks. It stresses the years of persistence in the face of rejection and hard work it took for him to create his stardom.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beryl Williams, Samuel Epstein. The Great Houdini: Magician Extraordinary. ISBN 0-679-88573-0.