"The climbing of Mount Everest became
hot news throughout the world. Here the Great Sorcar is seen climbing the
Eiffel Tower with bandaged eyes and glued feet. The noted cartoonist has
hinted to his record-breaking eight weeks show at the theatre de l'etoile,
Paris, as also his feat of cycling blindfolded in the crowded throroughfare
of Paris which was published all over the world by ACME NEWSPICTURES and
Published in THE NEWS, Adelaide, Australia,
on February 22, 1958, refers to Sorcar's strong hypnotic power
as if he has eyes Alladin's Wonderful
lamps to transform and transport anyone as he wishes.
Drawn by Mons. Jean Boullet, the French
Cartoonist, Paris, November 1955.
Noted journalist Sunder Kabadi reported
from London in The Amrita Bazar Patrika, Calcutt, on May 20, 1956...."Many
French political cartoonists were inspired by Sorcar's disappearing tricks
to make him the subject of some of their cartoons. One of these cartoons
depicted Sorcar in the midst of vanishing trick in which the disappearing
subject was - Mr. John Foster Dulles. Another cartoonist portrayed Sorcar
doing his tongue cutting trick - the tongue also belonging to the American
Secretary of State (this was about the time of the famous "brink of war"
article which Mr. Dulles wrote for an American magazine)
This strip cartoon appeared in the
French newspaper PARIS-NORMANDIE, France, February 13, 1956 refering to
Sorcar's strong hypnotic power.