Stan Kramien

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Stan Kramien

Cover of Genii (1982)
BornStanley Richard Kramien
May 09, 1925
Portland, Oregon
DiedMarch 27, 2015 (age 89)

Stanley Kramien Sr. (1925-2015) toured North America as "The Great Kramien" for more the 35 years with his full magic shows "Magic Capades", "Magicazam" and "Shazam".

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Biography

He toured North America with some of the largest illusion shows of the era, performing in as many as 200 cities a year. He also appeared in vaudeville, U.S.O., night clubs, radio, television, circus, and sideshows.

Kramien started as an assistant to Warren Gram touring the Western states. [1]

He was once described by Francis Marshall as a cross between P. T. Barnum, Flo Ziegfield and John Wayne.[2]

He has been holding an annual convention, the Northwest Magic Jamboree, since 1987. The final one is expected to be held in 2012.[3]

Awards

Marketed Tricks

  • The Amazing Wonder Mouse (or the Wonder Mouse Pitch)

Books

  • Big Money in Horoscopes and Lucky Numbers (1987)
  • The Illusion Show Business (2000)
  • Show Me The Money (2001) (Now an Ebook)
  • Go Book Yourself (2003)

References

  1. The Times, March 10, 2011.
  2. Cover, Genii Magazine, Vol. 46, No. 9, September 1982, Kramien, page 599
  3. http://www.magicjamboree.com/home.html
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