Jack Parker magic courtesy Andi Gladwin

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Postby Doug Thornton » 07/01/08 08:45 PM

This is so smooth.
You need FLASH to see it.
Smiles all around
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Postby castawaydave » 07/01/08 09:50 PM

Doug: thank you for posting that link; --and what a nice further surprise that more clips are still to come.

Many thanks to Andi Gladwin for sharing so generously.

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Postby Matthew Field » 07/02/08 05:58 AM

These are spectacular movies. Many thanks to Andi Gladwin. Jack was a talented and very funny magician, and a helluva nice guy.

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Postby Darren Lawbuary » 07/02/08 05:19 PM

ACE EXPRESS...................


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Postby DrDanny » 07/02/08 09:33 PM

Darren Lawbuary wrote:ACE EXPRESS...................



Yeah. What he said.
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Postby Jonathan Townsend » 07/03/08 08:51 AM

The ace assembly is pretty. Citation?
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Postby Jim Maloney » 07/03/08 09:19 AM

Jonathan Townsend wrote:The ace assembly is pretty. Citation?
According to Andi, it's unpublished, though some of the techniques (as well as other Ace Assemblies) appear in 52 Memories.

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Postby Kamir Chi » 12/12/08 05:28 PM

I bought 52 Memories a few days ago and can't wait to crack it open! (have to wait till Xmas though lol)

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 12/12/08 11:45 PM

Kamir, you'll find it to be a very worthwhile book. Jack is missed.
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Postby Lee Almond » 12/14/08 02:19 PM

Parker's book is indeed very worthwhile. The book is very well laid out and easy to understand. It will take me a long time to digest all the material. Now where is my Jenning's Takes It Easy? Can't seem to find it...........LOL.
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