Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

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Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

Postby Steve V » March 20th, 2005, 12:02 pm

Howdy, this coming Tuesday, March 22nd, on the "Off The Shelf" review show we will be reviewing one of Richard Kaufmans latest releases as well as an interesting video and an older book. It is at 8 pm Pacific, 11 Eastern at www.magicbroadcast.com
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Re: Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

Postby Richard Kaufman » March 20th, 2005, 4:13 pm

Gee ... that sounds comforting.
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Re: Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

Postby Steve V » March 20th, 2005, 4:45 pm

Will the wand be up? Or down? Only the Shadow knows....
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Postby Guest » March 20th, 2005, 4:57 pm

Will the wand be up? Or down? Only the Shadow knows....
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Re: Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

Postby Steve V » March 20th, 2005, 5:57 pm

To the hilt. Mike! I'll review your book once Paul is done with it....no weck n' beef until a rough draft is completed!
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Re: Kaufman under fire (sorta) in Tuesdays reviews

Postby Steve V » March 22nd, 2005, 10:23 pm

In case anyone was wondering the following items were reviewed and here is a general over all view of the item:
1) Card Tricks You Will Like, from 1935. Okay, good luck finding it.
2) Don Drivers Svengali Pitch Video: Just reshot, looks a lot better than the first, still the best source of information on the svengali and worm pitch available.
3) David Acers Random Acts of Magic: Very well written, excellent material with cards, coins, and other items. Well illustrated with photos, worth looking into.
4) Seriously Silly by David Kaye: Must have for anyone wanting to, or presently, performing for children. Outstanding overall. Even if you don't perform for kids this will help you in routining.

Next review show in two weeks.
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