|Died||circa 1970 |
|Flourished||1920 to 1950|
Sam Margules (?-c.1970), also known as "Ramee Sami", son of a Russian-Jewish lawyer father and a Rumanian mother was a popular magicians in and around New York.
A native New Yorker, Margules was reared in the theatre. When starting out in magic, he constructed his own props.
A veteran of World War I, serving in the Navy overseas in 1917-1918. He also went overseas to the ETO with Unit No. 507, "Frontline Special", playing the so-called Foxhole Circuit.
- ↑ New Conjurors' Magazine, August 1946