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Category: MAGICIANS

  • Magicians
    • ALF The Stupifying
      • ALF 1986 TV Series
        • ALF's magician alter ego (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
    • The Amazing Lance Gould
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Magician performing on the cruise the gang attends (Season 5 Episode Voyage of the Damned)
    • The Amazing Rothman
      • Get Him To The Greek 2010 Film
        • Magician performing live at Planet Hollywood advertised at the Las Vegas hotel where Aaron goes looking for drugs, perhaps referencing producer Rodney Rothman?
    • The Amazing Zigmund
    • Effrafax Of Wug
      • Life, The Universe And Everything 1982 Literature
        • Famous magician. "The ultra-famous sciento-magician Effrafax of Wug once bet his life that, given a year, he could render the great megamountain Magramal entirely invisible. Having spent most of the year jiggling around with immense Lux- O-Valves and Refracto-Nullifiers and Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics, he realized, with nine hours to go, that he wasn't going to make it."
    • El Fantastico
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Dove and Animal Deaths" header, for accidentally killing an Egyptian dove named China. (Season 4)
    • The Flamboyant Magic Of Gunter And Ernst
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Parody of Siegfried & Roy, magic act that performs at Mr. Burns' Casino. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • The Four Horsemen
      • Now You See Me 2013 Film
        • A team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances, and reward their audiences with the money.
    • The Great Alexandria
    • The Great Bart-O And Milhouse
    • The Great Delacorte
      • Now You See It 1995 Literature
        • My name is Emil Delacorte. When all this occurred, I was seventy-three. You've probably never heard of me, even though I was a headlining magician in the 30's, 40's and 50's; called The Great Delacorte.
    • The Great Herrmann
      • Pushing Daisies 2007 TV Series
        • The Magician that takes in Ned's twin brothers when their father leaves them at a matinee show in Season 2 episode 6 Oh Oh Oh... It's Magic
    • The Great Kushal
      • Anger Management 2012 TV Series
        • famous magician mentioned in episode Charlie and the Sting - Charlie convinces Jen goes out with the guy in charge of the grant funding and he does magic tricks for her, says he trained under the Great Kushal
    • The Great Mesmo
      • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
        • Episode: The Hypnotist. Inspired by the Great Mesmo, Fred accidentally hypnotizes Barney into thinking he's a dog. Barney runs off and winds up in the pound.
    • Gregorio: The Quiet Storm
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Johnny Storm
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Singes and Milk Spills" header, for turning hair spray to a fire bolt in front of children. (Season 4)
    • The Kissing Magician
      • The Office 2005 TV Series
        • Magician. Silent auction prize Dwight wins at the fundraiser. (Season 8 episode Fundraiser)
    • Magic Blake
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Blake's magic act that he performs at the casino the guys open in their rental house, featuring Magic Karl. (Season 6 episode Always Bet on Blake)
    • The Magic McKinneys
      • Now You See Me 2 2016 Film
        • Merritt and his twin brother's magic act when they were kids before Merritt decided to go solo
    • Magic Mel
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • A wedding magician mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Singes and Milk Spills" header, for breaking a milk sack. (Season 4)
    • Mezmerino the Hip Hypnotist
    • Milhouse The Magician
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Milhouse's magic act featured at Bart's Casino in his treehouse. (Season 5 episode $pringfield Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
    • Mister Mental
    • The Mysterious Zane
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Dove and Animal Deaths" header, for accidentally killing an exotic parrot named Lacey. (Season 4)
    • The Mysticicateur Comique
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Peitros: World's Master Magician And Illusionist
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Ricky Nightshade
      • Community 2009 TV Series
        • The Rock and roll magician that Jeff disguises himself as in episode The First Chang Dynasty
    • Shandar
      • Police Academy: The Animated Series 1988 Animated Series
        • Mahoney, Jones, Zed, Sweetchuck and House discover the incredible Shandar, a magician with a disappearing act, who stole the truck and hides out mysteriously in a magic school. Then they must protect a ship with gold, but Harris and Proctor, try to follow them and take the credit. (episode Now You Steal It, Now You Don't)
    • Thrombor The Terrible
      • Arrested Development 2003 TV Series
        • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)


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