Walford Bodie, M.D., the "stage electrician" and "bloodless surgeon," was a frequently imitated performer through the 1920s. Rivals even replicated his one-of-a-kind moustache.

From Wonder shows: performing science, magic, and religion in America by Fred Nadis

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Walford Bodie, M.D., the "stage electrician" and "bloodless surgeon," was a frequently imitated performer through the 1920s. Rivals even replicated his one-of-a-kind moustache.
    1. Walford Bodie, M.D., the "stage electrician" and "bloodless surgeon," was a frequently imitated performer through the 1920s. Rivals even replicated his one-of-a-kind moustache.