Tom Mullica, old TV clip FANTASTIC!!!!

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Postby Tom Frank » 04/06/05 12:20 AM

http://homepage.mac.com/tfrank8176/TomF ... ter20.html

See why this guy is one of the best!!!
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Postby Pepka » 04/06/05 01:24 PM

Beautiful Tom! I don't think I've ever seen him do it without being behind a bar or table. Is that from That's Incredible?
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Postby Tom Frank » 04/06/05 04:32 PM

It was an off shoot of That's Incredible, called Incredible Sunday. Even more of a blow away out from behind the bar!
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Postby mago » 04/07/05 12:01 PM

What is so wonderful, is that in his home he does not need any ash treys.
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Postby Guest » 04/08/05 06:24 AM

Very cool, very nice. How long ago was that? I loved his music and campy attire. Looked like an old-timey magician, pre-Copperfield/Blaine era.
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Postby Danny Archer » 04/08/05 11:16 AM

Thanks for posting the link Tom, truly Mullica is one of the greatest peformers of the last 100 years (and thst's saying something) ...
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Postby Guest » 04/10/05 07:44 PM

Tom,
Thank you for posting this on Genii. I actually caught a live performance of Tom Mullica at the TomFoolery Bar in Atlanta shortly before they closed their doors. It was truly an unforgettable experience and you just rekindled that by posting this link. Thanks again!

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Postby Pete Biro » 04/10/05 09:58 PM

He's a genius... I hope his current show is rewarding him beyond his dreams.
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Postby Tom Frank » 04/11/05 09:19 AM

Living in Atlanta in 1984 for a year I went to the Tom Foolerey almost everyweekend. Never introduced myself as a magician as I was underage (19). But I would sit in the second row (only two rows). Get loaded and laugh my ass off.

I've also been lucky enoughto see his Red Slelton Tribute Act twice!

Wouldn't it be cool if he chimed in HERE!! I would really enjoy that!

http://www.ballvase.com/tfrank/weblog/tfblog.htm
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Postby Guest » 04/11/05 06:13 PM

Yes that would be totally cool if Mr. Mullica chimed in here! The TomFoolery was a special experience for me because at the time I knew absolutely nothing about magic. I was a cold-stone layman! Funny thing is that during that same trip to Atlanta, I ran into the Magic Masters showroom inside the mall and that's how I got introduced to magic.

Several years later I was priveleged again to see Mr. Mullica lecture at Mostly Magic here in NYC. That had to be the most memorable magic lecture I can think of!

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Postby Andy Hurst » 04/12/05 04:15 PM

I am a huge Tom Mullica fan. His performance only video is one of my all time favourite magic videos - I just wish it would come out on DVD.

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