Dark Magic (1939 film)

Dark Magic (1939 film)
For the paranormal concept of dark magic, see Black magic.

Dark Magic (1939) is a short comedy film produced by Robert Benchley for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Benchley appears as Joe Doakes, who goes to a magic shop to see a magician perform magic tricks. Sharp-eyed viewers will recognize "Mr. Calypso", the magic demonstrator, as none other than sleight-of-hand master John Scarne.


  • Nathaniel Benchley, Robert Benchley, a biography. (New York City, McGraw-Hill, 1955)

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