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Hi Friends

I can't get the meaning of this sentence:

For Georges Mieles as a showman, no bit of magic was too elaborate.

I can't understand "no bit of magic". As we know, the films of mielies were too elaborate. Then, What is the meaning of "no bit of magic" here?

Thanks

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The meaning is: Melies, a magician by training, never hesitated to use the tools of his trade in his films - any and all conjuring tricks were allowed ("no bit of magic was too elaborate"), as far as he was concerned.

Thanks for your answer.

according to your answer the meaning of "no bit of" is "any and all"; and the whole meaning of sentence is that any magic trick of Melies was too elaborate.

Is it correct?