HISTORY OF "FIND THE LADY"

HISTORY OF "FIND THE LADY"

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!

Granville Taylor (Faust the Magician) owns Amac's original "Find the Lady" equipment, and he holds the sole performing rights throughout the world for this illusion since 1960.

Anyone who chooses to present an illusion using a wooden batten, three very large cards suspended from the batten, three stools, and a lady appearing and disappearing behind the cards, is liable to a legal "passing-off" action for infringing my performing rights.

Amac's original "Find the Lady" illusion is NOT for sale at present, but when Faust does decide to sell this illusion act it will be sold with the original equipment, with sole performing rights throughout the world, including Amac's original plans, details of rigging it up, the routine, the full working sequence of the illusion for the performer and his assistants, plus band parts for a 16-piece orchestra.  Faust will be pleased to offer advice to the buyer as to how the illusion should be presented, as performed in turn by Amac, The Great Lyle, and Faust, so that not only is the act the most baffling illusion ever staged, but that it is thoroughly entertaining, bringing laughter born of bewilderment.

Publicity layouts by Granville Taylor.

Publicity layouts from relevant items in the Granville Taylor Collection.