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Bag-O-Trix by Various Authors

Someone once commented that "If you want to hide a magic secret, put it in a book or magazine!" There is probably some truth to that statement, as there is "buried treasure" on each and every page of this work. Tricks, ideas, gags, presentations, suggestions and routines from a full complement of magical authors. Bag-O-Trix is a collection. It contains the complete texts of many books previously issued separately. Some of these volumes are (and have been) out of print. Some others are in short supply. None will be reprinted as a separate item again. This massive ebook will be the only source for some of the world's greatest magic. Just look at what you will receive in this collection:

  • Bigger And Better Magic by William Harry Montgomery
  • Gags-Gadgets & Gimmicks by Alvin Richard Plough
  • Magical Ramblings Of An Idle Mind by Opie R. Houston
  • Modern Miracles In Magic by Richard W. G. Van Ray
  • 50 Ways To Produce A Silk by U. F. Grant
  • Magical Presentations by Dominic Dimelow
  • Magic Ala Carte by Ravel and Andree
  • 21 Gems Of Magic by Ormond McGill
  • Tricks With Magnets by U. F. Grant
  • Sympathetic Silks by Percy Abbott
  • Gimac by Walter A. Schwartz
  • Paper Magic by Percy Abbott
  • Live Magic by W. O. Turner
  • Top Twenty by Tom Sellers
  • Flash Magic by U. F. Grant
  • Tricks With Hair by U. F. Grant
  • 100 Tips & Gags by Grant/Abbott
  • The Magic 36 by William S. Houghton
  • Ninety-Nine Tips & Gags by Abbott/Grant
  • Tips On Bill In Cigarette by Stuart Robson
  • Party Trix Ala Carte by Howard P. Albright
  • 12 Stunts With A Magic Mummy by Eddie Joseph
  • Handkerchief Ball Manipulation by Percy Abbott
  • 12 Methods/Cut & Restored Tie by Frank Herman
In this super collection you will find tricks with: playing cards, rope, silk handkerchiefs, livestock effects, newspapers, flowers, Playboy magazines, balls, thimbles, etc. You will find mental magic, spirit effects, platform and stage magic. There is an assortment here which will delight the children's entertainer, those who present a general magic program and also material for the suave, sophisticated performer. If you are looking for something new (or for something old that you haven't discovered yet), look no further than Bag-O-Trix.

1st edition 1989, PDF 438 pages
word count: 191623 which is equivalent to 766 standard pages of text

Reviewed by Prof Max (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Tuesday 08 December, 2015

I am discovering some gems here. And I have hardly crossed about 40 pages out of the 400 or so. Great value for money.