"It is 18 months since he first appeared in vaudeville, and his career has been consistently successful. His card act took him eight years to perfect, and he has crafted a miscellaneous magic act which is still more intricate."
November 21, 1925
"The reviewer has seen most of the card experts and illusionists in vaudeville, but Cardini is the peer of them all. His palming is uncanny. He grasps cards, bells, lighted cigarettes and other objects out of thin air. Above all, he has personality and showmanship."
January 7, 1927
"Cardini, Jr. promises to be more expert than his father in the manipulation of cards. He is getting an earlier start."
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"Cardini has injected a new note into modern magic."
March 9, 1931
"Cardini is acknowledged by professional magicains as being the greatest performer in pure sleight-of-hand the stage has seen for many years. It is known that with cards he performs feats which, because of the extreme difficulty of execution, no other manipulator has ever attempted."
April 26, 1931
"After showing in Australia, he went to the United States, where, very soon, he topped the bill! Now London is seeing him for the first time and is amazed. "
November 12, 1932
"I liked the cool manner in which A Cardini, who extracts playing cards and lighted cigarettes from the air, did his tricks for the lords and ladies at the Embassy Club, with some of them sitting behind him."
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"Cardini and a portion of his "command" to perform for King George and Queen Mary."
"The two biggest individual successes were undoubtably found in Cardini, who kept the audience gasping while the King and Queen, lorgnette to her eyes, leant forward intently for nearly ten minutes"
May 23, 1933
"As a matter of fact, we don't even remember seeing any one quite as good as this man is. His technique is flawless and his movements are lighting fast."