Roy Walton's Cascade

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Postby Geno Munari » 10/26/01 09:49 AM

I would like to buy the effect Cascade by Walton. Can anyone give me a hint where it may be available.

Thanking you in advance.
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Postby Guest » 10/26/01 11:36 AM

Davenports 7 Charing cross Underground Arcade
The Strand,London,WC2N 4HZ,England should have it Geno,I don't think they have a website..
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Postby Steve Hook » 10/26/01 12:08 PM

Great routine, Geno. I've used it for 15 years with a racy ending and a G-rated ending. But I guess you already know how good it is or you wouldn't be asking.....

Hank Lee has it listed in his online catalog at:
http://www.hanklee.net/cgi-bin/quikstor ... search=yes

Jon at The Magic Corner in Raleigh, NC used to have it:
Drop us a line at magicbaar@mindspring.com , call us at (919) 875 -1550 http://www.themagiccorner.com/retail.htm

Also:
ASH's Magic Shop -4955 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625 (773) 271-4030
e-mail: MrAsh@Ashsmagic.com


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Postby Geno Munari » 10/27/01 10:31 AM

Thanks mucho.....
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Postby Geno Munari » 10/27/01 05:01 PM

One more follow up. I checked out one of the sources and found Cascade. Another dealer mentioned a similar effect called "Done with Mirrors". Does anyone know the proper name and source for the effect? This particular store did not have instructions for it.

Years ago I saw Daniel Cros do a trick that used cards with mirrors on the back.

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Postby Steve Hook » 10/27/01 07:27 PM

While not the original (and I can't remember right now who's that was but I used to own it), Bob King has a routine he sells (through himself, Brad Burt, and others) called Mirreversal.

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Postby Steve Hook » 10/27/01 07:48 PM

More: There could have been a precursor but the first one I ever saw (and bought) was "Flipped Out" by Ed Hollins. Hank Lee might still carry this.

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