Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 Nelson Hahne and Joe Berg described a simple use for the "​interlock"​ configuration in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20076/​Here+s+Magic/​19-20|Here'​s Magic]]//, 1930, p. 17-18, in a trick called "A Mysterious Change"​. Nelson Hahne and Joe Berg described a simple use for the "​interlock"​ configuration in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20076/​Here+s+Magic/​19-20|Here'​s Magic]]//, 1930, p. 17-18, in a trick called "A Mysterious Change"​.
  
-The principle later appeared in R. W. Hull's //The Elusive Joker//, n.d. (c. 1931), p. 2-3. Hull makes no claim of originality. In fact, on p. 11 he states, "This shift of second card is made possible by the arranging of the two packets. It is really not a new move, but has been used in different variations for years..."​ In //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13102/​More+Lost+Inner+Secrets/​175|The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 2]]//, 1988, p. 149, author Stephen Minch tells of Dai Vernon's claim to have created the move circa 1925. Minch further suggests ​that Ralph Hull neglected to credit Vernon when he published ​the moveas he had done with other Vernon material ​in the past.+The principle later appeared in R. W. Hull's //The Elusive Joker//, n.d. (c. 1931), p. 2-3. Hull makes no claim of originality. In fact, on p. 11 he states, "This shift of second card is made possible by the arranging of the two packets. It is really not a new move, but has been used in different variations for years..."​ In //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13102/​More+Lost+Inner+Secrets/​175|The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 2]]//, 1988, p. 149, Dai Vernon ​is reported ​to have claimed that he created the idea c. 1925. Following this, Stephen ​Minch, echoing Vernon'​s opinion, states ​that Ralph Hull neglected to credit Vernon when he published ​his applicationan oversight Hull made with other Vernon material.
  
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