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luigimar

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I just read that Louis Falanga, of L&L Publishing fame, has died. We owe him a lot for recording through books and video, some of the greatest magic in the last 30+ years.

May he rest in peace...

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Jim Sisti, a member of "The Genii Forum" has posted a great story-tribute about the life of Mr. Falanga.
I thought it would be appropriate to share it here with all my respect.

https://forums.geniimagazine.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=52748

Rest in Peace, Mr. Falanga.

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Both "L's" working on 'The Vernon Chronicles". Both gone but not forgotten...

https://www.larryjennings.com/images/louisf_lj_wrkn_on_vrntril_b.jpg

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chris w

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It's amazing how much good one person can do for the community.
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It's amazing how much good one person can do for the community.


True.  It is also interesting to think that most magicians probably never heard of Louis and 50 years from now, he will be even less known.  Yet the publications he impacted will endure.
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