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Re: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation

"The highlight of the whole World Magic Seminar was an impromptu, late-night performance, given by some guy I'd never heard of: Jimmy Fingers. He performed a close-up levitation, which he invented, and if he wasn't charging $1,500 for the gimmick, I'd be performing it, too." - Rick Lax, La...
by trickstar
05/10/10 03:24 PM
 
Forum: Platform & Stage Magic
Topic: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation
Replies: 27
Views: 7706

Re: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation

Jonathan... No gimmicks are worn at any time, and no assistants are necessary in any way before, during or after the effect to accomplish a full view setup or post performance cleanup. You don't know about how the cleanup and setup are accomplished. As Bill Palmer stated in his evaluation of this gi...
by trickstar
09/27/08 06:38 PM
 
Forum: Platform & Stage Magic
Topic: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation
Replies: 27
Views: 7706

Re: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation

At this time, 260 lbs, but I can custom design and fabricate it to over 300. At that point, the performer's balance and smoothness becomes an issue. Angles are at least 45 degrees to the left and right of center, and with adjusted lighting, even more. Please see website for more info. Thanks, Jimmy
by trickstar
09/26/08 07:47 AM
 
Forum: Platform & Stage Magic
Topic: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation
Replies: 27
Views: 7706

Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation

The Magellan Master Levitation, just being introduced to the west coast Imagine, the performer walking to the center of an empty stage, foyer or any open area. He is effortlessly carrying a satin sheet. He stands behind the sheet, while allowing the sheet's bottom edge to touch the floor. He begins ...
by trickstar
09/23/08 07:19 PM
 
Forum: Platform & Stage Magic
Topic: Introducing the Magellan Master Levitation
Replies: 27
Views: 7706

Re: The Banana Man

The Banana Man act is being rejuvenated, and one of the people who was contacted about the book's details was Earl "Mr. Clown" Chaney. He used to own Planet Mirth Magic Shop in Vegas, but, if I'm not mistaken, it went under. Earl and I talked for hours about this intricate, fascinating act...
by trickstar
09/23/08 06:59 PM
 
Forum: Link Watch
Topic: The Banana Man
Replies: 14
Views: 2451

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