Videos of Effects from New Magic of Japan and Five Times Five Japan

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Postby Matthew Field » 12/03/06 04:42 AM

In this Forum we've discussed the under-rated (or at least under-purchased) Kaufman volumes "New Magic of Japan" and "Five Times Five Japan". There's a wonderful video of Charles Hsu, who performed most of the Ernest Earick material on another video, here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpvhdVPHO88

I edited the books and was thrilled to see such a loving performance.

First rate, Charles!

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Postby Guest » 12/03/06 06:50 AM

Bravo!

I am truly astonished to learn this lad is only 16 years old. A bright, magical future lies ahead of him if he doesn't burn out by 21.

Not too pleased how all this great book material is suddenly seeing a wider audience with those who routinely ignore older magic books.
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Postby Guest » 12/21/06 12:11 AM

Any source for these books??
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Postby Guest » 12/21/06 03:43 AM

I've had "New Magic" for a while and can't understand why the book isn't more popular.
The video's were very good.
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Postby Guest » 01/31/07 10:46 AM

does anyone know where i could buy these books and i wondered which one do you think i should purchase first.
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Postby Amos McCormick » 01/31/07 12:13 PM

Just curious - is this a commercial video, or just a homemade one that he did simply because he wanted to?
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Postby Guest » 03/07/07 02:18 AM

I did it because I wanted to XD. I feel that too many people nowadays are stuck with tricks such as "indecent... sinful... etc"... the main purpose of this video is to try to bring those people out of that perspective and strive for something different.

And I hope I did that ^^.

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