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peanut butter and jelly

Postby Guest » September 19th, 2002, 8:38 pm

Is there anyone out there with a good deal on peanut butter and jelly trick?

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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Guest » September 20th, 2002, 2:03 am

If you mean Scott Guinn's routine, I think it's extremely reasonably priced. That is to say, it's already "a good deal".

You can get it direct from Scott. Contact greatscottmagic@msn.com

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Brad Jeffers
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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Brad Jeffers » September 20th, 2002, 8:09 pm

Actually, Scott's peanut butter and jelly is a sponge ball routine. I suspect, that isn't what Michael was refering to.

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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Guest » September 20th, 2002, 9:16 pm

You are right Brad.I was refering to the one that is actually has a peanut butter looking jar, and a jelly jar.
Hey Dave,is the sponge ball routine pretty cool?

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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Rene Clement » September 20th, 2002, 10:29 pm

Sounds like you are refering to Tim Wenk's Peanut Butter and Jelly trick. He put it out years ago under his company Metempirical Magic, Stockbridge, MA.
It is a sort of Passe-Passe bottle routine using a jar of Peanut Butter and a jar of Jelly.

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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Guest » September 23rd, 2002, 2:25 am

To a Brit, an effect called Peanut Butter & Jelly is unusual. (We call it Jam, not Jelly, and we don't eat it with peanut butter.)

So it hadn't occurred to me that there'd be two such effects. My apologies.

Michael - well, I think it's a nice routine, but I'm not experienced enough in sponge ball magic to give an expert opinion.

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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby David Fletcher » October 19th, 2002, 4:12 am

Hi, Michael,

I found this trick in one of the boxes of an estate I am helping to liquidate. It is Timothy Wenk's PB & J.
The jars change places, there is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich...
Hank Lee's web site has a full description.

This item is brand new. Never used. In its original package. This is from the estate of the husband of a friend of my parents. The fellow was a collector; never performed.
It retails for $75. This one for $50.

There it is,

David
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Re: peanut butter and jelly

Postby Guest » October 30th, 2002, 6:59 pm

Thanks David. The item came in the mail today. Great item!


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