Anders Moden Web Site?

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Robert McDaniel
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Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Robert McDaniel » April 21st, 2002, 9:23 am

I'm trying to locate Anders Moden's web site. I'm interested in his effect, "Ebony & Ivory". Any information on the web site or this trick would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
Robert McDaniel

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Re: Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Guest » April 22nd, 2002, 1:29 pm

http://www.magi.nu/ebony/EbonyIvory.html

The effect:

A white rubber band breaks. You tie it together with a knot. It links with a black rubber band, unlinks, then links again - and the two linked bands are a gift for the spectators to keep as a souvenir. But only after you remove the knot from the white band! A totally new approach to rubber band magic.

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Re: Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Robert McDaniel » April 22nd, 2002, 1:45 pm

Thanks very much. I just received an e-mail from Anders stating that this unbelievable rubber band trick will soon be available again. (May, 2002)

Thanks again,
Robert

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Re: Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Guest » April 24th, 2002, 3:22 pm

I've viewed the video clip and am utterly fried. Has this effect been reviewed?

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Tom Stone
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Re: Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Tom Stone » April 24th, 2002, 4:04 pm

Originally posted by Ralph Bonheim:
I've viewed the video clip and am utterly fried.
Looks even better in real life. Anders has done it several times for me, and even though I now know the method, there are still sequences that fool me badly.

And if is a pity that you can't see him do the effect for laymen.

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Matthew Field
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Re: Anders Moden Web Site?

Postby Matthew Field » April 25th, 2002, 7:08 am

In answer to Ralph Bonheim, yes "Ebony & Ivory" was reviewed in many places when it first came out, about 5 years ago (I think). I got my set from Anders, who is a real nice guy and who helped me when my gimmick broke. The breaking was entirely my fault -- I came up with the equivalent of a "crash link" and the gimmick couldn't handle the g-forces involved.

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