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HARLAN TARBELL: ART AND WORDS
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HARLAN TARBELL: ART AND WORDS
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HARLAN TARBELL: ART AND WORDS
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CR-0056
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Tarbell, Harlan
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This is the finest collection of Tarbell writings and art ever assembled! Harlan Tarbell (1890-1960) led a multi-faceted life: artist, author, performer, teacher, and even movie actor and director. His Tarbell Course in Magic remains the standard teaching and reference work for beginners and pros. Our collection Harlan Tarbell: Art and Words contains not only the original Tarbell Course but also eight of his other books on magic and chalk talks, filled with his clear, whimsical drawings. Now you can learn from Tarbell beyond the original course! Over 2000 pages of material and hundreds of effects! We've also included an entire archive of Tarbell's little-known artwork for books on varied topics like minstrelry, New Age healing techniques, cooking, fairy tales, and conspiracy theories, as well as his charming illustrations for sheet music and magic instruction sheets. You'll also receive Tarbell's early effects and art from Edward's Monthly; additional instructions for Tarbell routines; and his classic 1935 short Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Tiger Men from Mars, which he directed and co-starred in. Everything is in convenient PDF form on CD for easy searching.
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This is the finest collection of Tarbell writings and art ever assembled!  Harlan Tarbell (1890-1960) led a multi-faceted life: artist, author, performer, teacher, and even movie actor and director.  His Tarbell Course
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