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- April 5th, 2014, 5:42 pm
- Forum: Buzz
- Topic: Best Version of Lubor Fiedler's Gozinta Boxes EVER
- Replies: 89
- Views: 11812
By my aesthetic... if you are going to provide a context for the boxes, i.e. shipping and gift box, then the strongest presentation is one that provides a context to put the shipping box into the gift box. Plus for the effect to have weight it needs build up... Also the gift box seems to beg for a g...
Is there a credit history on the bit folks do with a billiard where it seems to cling to the extended forefinger and then move? I believe this move is credited to Alan Wakeling and is part of his billiard ball routine as outlined in Steinmeyer's book, "The Magic of Alan Wakeling." Sincere...
- December 6th, 2005, 10:41 am
- Forum: Buzz
- Topic: The Secret Art of Coin Manipulation
- Replies: 2
- Views: 279
From Magic To Laugh By, the people that brought you the highly acclaimed and ground-breaking book The Secret Art of Magic, comes The Secret Art of Coin Manipulation DVD (with Jumbo Manipulation Coins) by Eric Evans. It is now at the replicators and Murphy's Magic will be exclusively distributing it ...
- January 9th, 2004, 5:46 pm
- Forum: Close-Up Magic
- Topic: Classic pass and certain variations thereof
- Replies: 23
- Views: 734
Originally posted by Peter Duffie: ZafMagic asked: Talking of variations - and sorry to barge in on your thread like this David - when doing the Riffle Pass, does anyone give any weight to pulling up and riffling only around 2/3rds of the lower packet, leaving a few cards behind onto which the top ...
Originally posted by Harley Race: I think you should actually research what dyslexia is like and how people experience it before you do a magic trick based on it, or you'll seem like an idiot. Especially when you encounter someone who is dyslexic, or has a dyslexic child. HR I'm not sure if this wa...
There are a couple of basic ideas for tricks involving dyslexia that jump out at me: (1) One being a prediction is made of a word, and when it is shown, the letters are all mixed up. Magician explains he has dyslexia, and that's how he sees the word, but to help them out he'll show them the process ...
- November 9th, 2003, 11:21 pm
- Forum: Platform & Stage Magic
- Topic: Platform Cards Across
- Replies: 63
- Views: 3329
Originally posted by rich152: It involves a flap envelope and 3 cards hidden underneath the envelope stack that later get added on. Does that version ring a bell with anyone here as I am looking for the original resource? Thanks again Rich There are two versions similar to that in Tarbell 4--"...
Originally posted by Pete McCabe: James: Are you sure of your Maugham quote? I always remembered it as: "Do you like card tricks?" I said no. He did five. That's basically how I've always heard it. And i think it's better than the other, acutally. But the other is what was written in &quo...
- September 13th, 2003, 8:06 am
- Forum: Alternative Media
- Topic: Magic in The Movies
- Replies: 44
- Views: 2451
Originally posted by Rosie: Channing Pollock wrote many a story that ended up on the silver screen as well... Rosie Are you sure about this? I'd never heard about this about the dove magician Channing Pollock. I do know there was a writer Channing Pollock, from whom I believe dove magician Channing...
- September 11th, 2003, 2:40 pm
- Forum: Magic History and Anecdotes
- Topic: Clippo, origins, variations etc...
- Replies: 24
- Views: 1319
Originally posted by Pete McCabe: I can't help but wonder if the newspaper version could be combined with the old bit of moving a scissors along a strip of newsprint and cutting where the audience tells you to stop, then revealing that you had predicted this exact spot. T.A. Waters has an effect ca...
Actually though it theoretically can happen, there has never been a time the Grand Prix has not been awarded. Except for the first year--1946-- when evidently there was not grand prix as there was no catergories; just 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Now there is no longer just a Grand Prix--there's a Grand Prix ...
- July 20th, 2003, 12:26 am
- Forum: Buzz
- Topic: FISM..Who are the US representatives?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 380
I believe the three FISM member of organizations that can (and have) endorsed members to compete are SAM, IBM, and the Magic Castle. The presidents (national of IBM and SAM) endorse the competitors. There has been continued efforts to ensure the presidents will only endorse qualified acts. The newes...
- May 14th, 2003, 11:29 am
- Forum: Book of The Month Club
- Topic: Book of the Month: Strong Magic
- Replies: 53
- Views: 23219
Originally posted by Dustin Stinett: One of the things, for me (as I alluded to in my opening) is that some of his ideas about character are flawed ( to my way of thinking ). And not just in the section on character. In the Meaning in Magic section he notes that a "Riverboat Gambler" char...
Originally posted by Edwin Corrie: Harry Stanley's Unique Magic Studio is no longer around. I'm a bit hazy on this, and others are far better qualified to comment on the actual history than me, but I believe Supreme Magic had the rights to and reprinted many of his books.. Don't know about the rest...
Originally posted by Pete Biro: The card in wallet and burnt note were Seabrooke's.... That's not what it sounds like from SEABROOKE'S BOOK. Talking about Harry Stanley he says, "I will be forever grateful to Harry for steering me onto his signed card in wallet which included the note in walle...
It's not so much a talk show from a guy's living room as it is a reality show about a guy doing a talk show from his living room. From what I've seen, they actually show very little of the actual talk show--one or two jokes from his monologue, and just a minute or two of the interview with the "...
Originally posted by Pete McCabe: [QB Pete will vouch for me.[/QB] And Nowlin will vouch for me. ;) When I was in NYC in '91 I watched some videos at the Museuem of Television and Radio. I saw a B&W clip of Kaps doing an incredible Long Salt Pour. I though it was a clip from the Ed Sullivan Sho...
- January 31st, 2003, 2:00 pm
- Forum: Buzz
- Topic: Paul Diamond’s advertising: Is it SPAM?
- Replies: 22
- Views: 1373
Personally it's not SPAM to me, but there are a lot of different opinions on what SPAM is. Some say any unsolicited email is SPAM; others say any mass emailing; others, any mass commercial email. To me SPAM is indiscriminate mass emailing. I like to be able to refer to SPAM and have their be a diffe...
- January 24th, 2003, 12:13 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Best Wishes to Jon Racherbaumer...
- Replies: 18
- Views: 515
Originally posted by Jon Racherbaumer: At the stroke of midnight, I shared a toast to the Great Perhaps and the speedy passage of time with Jim Cellini, Michael and Hannah Ammar, Eric Evans, Joe Harrison, and Gary and Fay Hughes. Eric is a street magician from Texas: a student of Cellini. No bounce...