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Sponge balls are some of be best props a magician can carry with him. They are very visual, allow wonderful effects for any age group, and are easy to store, because they are light and compress into a small space.

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    Pins and Needles by Matt Mello    Sponge Ball Magic by Brian T. Lees    Fred Kaps Chinese Chow by Cameron Francis    The Sponge Book by Frances Marshall    Sponge and Sleeve by Roger Klause    Peanut Butter & Jelly by Scott F. Guinn    Sponge Ball Manipulation by Audley V. Walsh    Complete Two Ball Sponge Ball Routine by L. C. Collier    Clown Noses by Aaron Isaacs

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Pins and Needles

Matt Mello

Pins and Needles by Matt MelloPins and Needles isn't your average Russian Roulette. First of all, it's funny. Until it becomes shocking! This mix of comedy and sudden drama will guarantee your audiences will be highly entertained.

Most effects in this plot tend to use disposable items, such as cups or bags, making them impractical for a close-up or walk-around scenario. Pins and Needles was created for this exact environment.

This illustrated PDF teaches the full presentation and script, as well as an insanely practical method to the Russian Roulette plot, allowing you to stay in complete control the entire time. ...

2017 / 1 / 13
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Sponge Ball Magic

Brian T. Lees

Sponge Ball Magic by Brian T. LeesSponge balls pack small and play as big as your imagination allows. Learn basic manipulations and routines. Use as close-up, walk around, with volunteers during your show or on the spot. This ebook gets you well on your way with some of the classic manipulations.
  • What makes magic work
  • Why sponge
  • Palm vanish
  • Place vanish
  • Complete the vanish
  • Classic pass
  • Color change
  • Pass through
  • Change bag
  • Classic 3 ball routine
  • No sponge
  • Wrapping it up

1st edition 2016, 22 pages.

2016 / 4 / 29
$10.00

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Fred Kaps Chinese Chow

Cameron Francis

Fred Kaps Chinese Chow by Cameron FrancisThis routine appeared in The Art Of Close-Up Magic Vol. 1 written by Lewis Ganson. A Chinese bowl is shown empty and placed mouth downwards on the table, sponge balls appear and multiply repeatedly. Eventually there is a fruit or production. A top class routine that was performed by the late Fred Kaps in his close-up routines. This routine is not difficult to do and is performed by Cameron Francis as part of the Aldo Colombini Tribute series.
2014 / 8 / 13
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WMV + MP4

The Sponge Book

Frances Marshall

The Sponge Book by Frances MarshallContains twelve routines, plus a whole section by Al Goshman, King of the Sponge Balls. Featured is the famous Senator Crandall routine which Don Alan did for Ed Sullivan.

Other routines include: Ghost Balls, Three Ball Trick, Big and Little Balls, Silver and Sponges, Leaping Leprechauns, Passe Passe Sponges, Spicy Sponges, Crandall's Original Routine, Gen. Grant's Favorite, Surprise Finish for Rabbit Routine, Multi-ball, etc.

Tricks range from beginner's stuff to those for the expert. A little practice makes it possible for anyone to learn sponge tricks.

1st digital edition 2013, 47 pages....

2013 / 12 / 15
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Sponge and Sleeve

Roger Klause

Sponge and Sleeve by Roger KlauseA sponge ball magically travels twice from the magician's hand into the spectator's sleeve.

runtime 9min 5s

2010 / 12 / 29
$6.00

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Peanut Butter & Jelly

Scott F. Guinn

Peanut Butter & Jelly by Scott F. GuinnHERE IT IS! THE ROUTINE THAT EARNED SCOTT A WORLDWIDE REPUTATION...

With just three sponge balls, a purse frame and a "special something" (readily available from virtually any magic dealer), Scott has created a routine that is fun, charming, and extremely commercial. It has proven to be mystifying and tremendously entertaining for audiences of all ages, and has garnered praise from laymen and big name magicians alike. Many magicians have said that this is the best sponge ball routine EVER!

Thoroughly explained along with photo-illustrations, this routine teaches a couple of utility moves...

2010 / 8 / 21
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Sponge Ball Manipulation

Audley V. Walsh

Sponge Ball Manipulation by Audley V. WalshAudley Walsh teaches you two wonderful routines including script ("The big bad wolf and the three little pigs" and "Time marches onward") plus a set of sponge ball moves. He uses a bell which he and the spectator ring several times during the routine. This is a very interesting idea for misdirection as well as camouflaging moves and palms.

The moves you will learn are

  • finger palm or finger pinch
  • finger pinch with two sponge balls
  • pick up
  • ring the bell
  • thimble move
  • sleeving
  • lapeling

1st edition 1936 8 pages; revised and enlarged 1940; original 12 pages; PDF 17 pages.

2009 / 6 / 8
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Complete Two Ball Sponge Ball Routine

L. C. Collier

Complete Two Ball Sponge Ball Routine by L. C. CollierSponge balls are some of the best props you can imagine. They are cheap, light, can be pressed tiny, easy to manipulate, appropriate for kids and adults, and are very visual.

This routine plays big for walk around, close-up and street magic. Collier used this one often as opener to gather a crowd. You will need three sponge balls! The manuscript includes Collier's entire patter.

9 pages; illustrated
2008 / 9 / 18
$5.00

£3.85
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Clown Noses

Aaron Isaacs

Clown Noses by Aaron IsaacsThis is a sponge ball routine with a very pleasant theme. The effect is:

Magician asks a female spectator: "Have you ever seen a clown?" As she answers, the magician removes a red sponge ball from his pocket. "You have probably noticed clowns always wear these silly little noses on their faces. What you may not realize is if you pull on one just right...it splits in two." The magician pulls at the one ball with both hands and produces a second one at his fingertips. "Now, clown noses are very lonely beings, when you place them into a dark place, like your hand," the magician sets one ball...
2007 / 2 / 24
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