The Artistic and Magical Life of Bob Kline by William E. King, Jr.

(c. 1999) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Bob Kline drew his inspiration from the world of art and design and imbued his magic with distinction. Inside these pages discover the intricate treasures he invented, crafted, and performed. Read about how he made the most of humble beginnings in magic and went on to create hundreds of solid effects for working professionals.

12 March 9, 1990
13 Bob Kline Describes His Start
14 Young Years In Magic
17 From College to Retirement
24 Sand Painting
27 Copenetro
30 The Vanishing Radio
33 Fairlyland Forest
39 Memories by Bob Kline
55 Memories by Billie Kline
56 Memories by Kay Kline Dutsch
57 Memories by Jan Kline Jean
60 Memories by Kim Kline
63 Advertising
66 Bob Kline Magic – Kline Kraft Magic
93 Catalogs
95 Final Note

  • Publisher: King Books
  • Pages: 96
  • Location: USA
  • Edited by: Richard Kaufman
  • Dimensions: 8″x10″
  • Date: 1999
  • Binding: hardbound

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