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Parker, Pat

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Pat Parker

Mdlle. Victoire

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Pat Parker aka Mdlle. Victoire
 
  • ?-?
  • Real Name: Pat Parker
  • Birthday: ?
  • Birthplace: England
  • Buried: ?

Pat Parker was the main stage assistant to The Great Deville, and she was also his sister-in-law.

Billed as "Mdlle. Victoire", Pat's most memorable illusion was the "Divided Lady" illusion. She and Deville added a twist to the usual illusion, however- not only was Mdlle. Victoire cut into pieces, she was cut into twelve parts. And while she was in the cabinet, she was wrapped in a rope whose ends were held securely by two gentlemen from the audience. Of course, she alwasy managed to escape the blades unharmed.

 

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Credit: The photo used here is courtesy of Romiley Arts Federation.

 
 
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