It's a terrible thing — growing up. It spoils everything. — Arthur "Milo" Brandon
From the mid 1950s and well into the 1990s, Milo and Roger traveled the world delighting audiences with their comedy and amazing magic. The critics agreed; Milo and Roger were one of the greatest acts in show business.
In 1999, Arthur Brandon's autobiography, Milo and Roger: A Magical Life (Hermetic Press) was published. A critical success, the book is a breezy and whimsical tale as told by a master storyteller.
Captured by their story, Dustin Stinett went in search of memorabilia on the duo. His personal journey is recounted in his monograph, Catching up with Milo and Roger (which is available only on this site). It is filled with remarkable coincidences and moments of pure luck (?) that not only unearthed a wealth of memorabilia (some of which is available through this site), but a wealth of new information: Information found only in Catching up with Milo and Roger.
If you are a fan of Milo's autobiography then Catching up with Milo and Roger is an indispensable companion volume.
Enter this site to see just some of the reasons why.