Jay’s Journal of Anomalies – Ricky Jay
Un livre de Ricky Jay sur les divertissements « bizarres » de l’époque.
Jay’s Journal of Anomalies.
Conjurers, Cheats, Hustlers, Hoaxsters, Pranksters, Jokesters, Impostors, Pretenders, Sideshow Showmen, Armless Calligraphers, Mechanical Marvels, Popular Entertainments.
Ricky Jay was born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn, New York in 1948. He first performed magic in public at the age of 4. At the age of 7, he appeared on a television show called Time for Pets, plopping a guinea pig into a top hat and appearing to turn it into a chicken. He left home as a teenager and worked at Lake George and at the Electric Circus. He appeared in about 40 movies and television shows including House of Games, The Spanish Prisoner, Redbelt, State and Main, Tomorrow Never Dies, Boogie Nights, and Deadwood. In the 1990s, he and Michael Weber founded the consulting firm Deceptive Practices. Their film-industry projects included a wheelchair that made Gary Sinise’s Vietnam War-veteran character in Forrest Gump appear to be a double amputee.
Éditions The Quantuck Lane Press – Ce livre à la couverture souple, format 22 x 28, contient 202 pages. En très bon état. Publié en 2003
Expédition du livre de Ricky Jay – Jay’s Journal of Anomalies.
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|Dimensions||30 × 30 × 10 cm|