The Mad Magician

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The Mad Magician

Postby NCMarsh » May 5th, 2007, 12:37 pm

Was lucky enough to catch an old Vincent Price horror movie The Mad Magician on TV last night, definitely worth a look -- I think its the kind of thing a lot of magicians will enjoy...If I had seen this at 8 years old I would have been totally smitten...

N. Orlando Magician


Re: The Mad Magician

Postby Guest » May 5th, 2007, 1:11 pm

A film that's lots of fun...originally released in 3-D. I was able to see it in 3-D at a 3-D film festival in Hollywood a couple of years ago. Great fun.

Bob Haskell did the technical direction of the magic and Dr. Samuel Hoffman played the Theremin which gave it spooky music.

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