Celeste Evans I Can Still See Me - Collector Edition
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- Read About The Adventures of "The Beauty of Magic"!
- A Fun Historical Read!
- Woman Can Do Magic!
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I Can Still See Me
The Celeste Evans Autobiography
The Beauty of Magic - From humble beginnings in White Rock, Britch Columbia, Celeste Evans overcame self-doubt and discouragement from friends and family to become one of the most admired magicians of the twentieth century. She was the first female magician to use doves extensively in her act and traveled more miles as a magician and entertained more military personnel than any other woman in the history of magic.
Including 13 Color Photographs & 69 black & white photographs
In this autobiography, Celeste Evans shares never-before-told stories of performing with other celebrities, and before kings, queens, and heads of state throughout the world. She was also featured on national television shows such as The Ed Sullivan Show and Barbara Waters' Not For Womaen Only, and To Tell the Truth, where she stumped the panel and proved who she was by escaping from a straitjacket in nine seconds. Celeste has performed in top venures throughout the world, including The Palace in New York City. Come follow a young, dreamy-eyed Canadian on her whirlwind magical tour of the world, setting the standard for all woman magicians who follow, as she developed into the "Beauty of Magic".
“Magic is a hard life, but there’s nothing else like it,” she says, smiling. “It can show you the world.”-Celeste Evans
Just a few of the of the names mentioned in Mrs. Evans book are the likes of Carl Ballantine, Milton Berle, Richard Burton, Harry Blackstone, Melbourne Christopher, Rodney Dangerfield, John Calvert, David Copperfield, Doug Henning, Karrell Fox, Rich Dunn, Channing Pollock, Liberace, Sid Lorraine, Bob Lewis, Buddy Rich, Lou Tannen, Elizabeth Taylor, Slydini, Rudy Valee, Barbara Water’s, Paul Winchell, and Henny Youngman.
Contents Include: Listed by chapter headings
Forward by Walter “Zaney” Blaney
New Year’s Eve 1931
The Glade - An Unexplainable Occurrence
The Quite Man
If It Wasn’t for Ruthie
Girls can’t Do magic
The Loft of Dreams
Raring To Go
Hello Show Biz, Welcome Starvation
The Lure of the Orient
North to Alaska
High ballet Revue
Call for TV Appearance
The Big Apple is Calling
Pin-Up Meet Magic…Sinsational
The Birds Come into Existence
Watch Out Europe, Here I came
Thule AFB, Greenland
A Night of the Unbelievable
Jolly Old England, As They Say
My Viking Ship Awaits
The China Theatre, Stockholm
On To Beautify Spain
New Jersey Shores and Liberace
How’s Revolution Strike You?
John F. Kennedy’s Cultural Exchange Tour
On To Bombay and New Delhi
The Land of the Sherpas and Mt. Everest
Thailand Can’t Wait to See Us
On to Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Vientiane, Laos Welcomes Us
On to Indonesia
Sling Me to Singapore
Hong Kong Wants My Money!
Like It or Not, Vietnam is on the Tour
Back to India
Iran—The Last of the Tour
That Huge Airplane Has My Name on It
Back to the Old Grind, Booked Out of New York
Driving the Wild Blue Yonder—Stateside
The Playboy Club—Chicago
I Can See the Lights of Las Vegas
Back to the Old Stomping Grounds
Chicago Really Swings
Start the Mirage off right
Oh, not to be a Magician
Retiring the Suitcase
Babies, Trophy and Television
Realizing All that I Missed
Fairs, carnivals and Rodeos
This Little Piggy
Taking Over the Reins
It’s a Small World
Celebrities with whom I Shared the Spotlight
I Can still see Me
Details: I Can Still See Me
189 pages, Hardbound edition, each book numbered, size 9 1/4" by 6 1/4".
With 13 Color Photographs and 69 black & white photographs