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Another Dozen HummersBob Hummer
Here are 12 more unique, mind-blowing Bob Hummer stunts for magicians and mentalists. Includes four separate effects and manuscripts, edited into a single compilation.
From the brilliant mind of Bob Hummer comes this tasty second helping of mental and magic effects using cards, coins, a magazine and even an ungimmicked Bible. These offerings were originally sold in manuscript form and are now out of print. Now you can get them all in this updated and corrected compilation. Each of these miracles seems utterly impossible, yet they work every time.
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Anything You SayLen Belcher
An unusual magical murder game. All the necessary cards are enclosed in the PDF and you can immediately print them and perform the trick.
An unusual and exciting effect for your mental act or magic show. It has much audience participation. Each of three spectators, invited up, plays a part in the enactment of an 'Orrible Murder, one being the body, one the witness and one the murderer. Each "chooses a weapon" - printed on large cards. (But you could use real articles: rope, dagger, gun, poison bottle, hammer). Cards or weapons are hidden. While this is afoot you have your back turned or...
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Sixteen beautiful routines, moves, and effects that, like the title says, will earn you plenty of audience applause. Most of the audience-pleasing routines use props that you likely already own, such as a Vanishing Cane, Comedy Funnel, Liquid Appear, silks, rope, magic wand, and other standard items.
Plus, Mardo tips a trio of coin effects that use standard coins and a modicum of sleights to accomplish the magic. And a swell card flourish that was later featured in the movie "The Sting," starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
Paul Fleming wrote:
This little book is a sequel to Routined Magic, by...
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Arch HiveDale A. Hildebrandt
Arch Hive by Dale A. Hildebrandt "Some Collected Works Volume One" is the first collected works of Dale A. Hildebrandt. From his first manuscript Hypnohole & Other Absurdities to later manuscripts, submissions to periodicals, and manuscripts by others, this is the first volume of collected works of Dale A. Hildebrandt.
Dale has been publishing magic books since 2001 and has contributed to various online and physical publications of others since a few years before that. He's created Dual Reality pieces, Out to Lunch Variations, Mentalism pieces, both funny and dark Bizarre magick, reading...
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As The Crow FliesRaymonde Crow
"Good tricks, good writing, good illustrations, good price." - David Regal (In the April 2004 issue of Genii)This ebook is primarily designed for the current or aspiring restaurant magician, featuring practical effects with cards and coins, plus ring flite, with engaging presentations.
Raymond is a student of Scott F. Guinn who also edited this publication and published it as printed booklet in 2003. One can clearly see Scott's mentoring shining through. A unique feature of this book is that Raymond has organized his tricks in performances suited for particular situations. For example you will find 'Adult Set',...
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Astound Your Audience Vol. 2Verrall Wass
1st edition 1936; 93 pages.
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At the TableJon Racherbaumer
Beautiful close up magic by Jon Racherbaumer, John Cornelius, Roger Klause, Ed Marlo, Jim Hunter, Steve Draun, Eddie Adams, Lee Fried, Chuck Smith, Phil Goldstein, Tom Mullica, and Simon Aronson. Here is magic that is unique and that you will not see in other books. The ebook is divided into chapters on Coins, Cards, Linking Pins, Mental Magic, and Diversions. You will find such unusual items as Marlo's complete presentation of the Color Vision box, Racherbaumer's close up Miser's Dream, Marlo work on Linking Pins, Cornelius' Coins thru Table, Mullica's version of Jarrow's Cig thru Hanky, and more. The section on card magic (mostly Marlo...
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Audience Tested OriginalitiesGraham Reed
Twenty-seven practical tricks which you, and your audiences, will enjoy. A whole host of laugh-grabbing gags is worth a fortune to the working performer. A valuable look at publicity and promotion. Graham Reed is a top advertising executive; don't miss reading his suggestions. A useful collection of games for children's parties. This section, alone, is worth the price of the ebook. A mixed grill of extremely interesting ideas, comments, thoughts, hints, and tips.
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Automata: Beyond Self-Working MagicR. Shane
From the preface:
Self-working magic, if you won't hold the pun against me, is a tricky thing.
Some will tell you, as I will, that there is no such thing as truly self-working magic. That is true. Every trick, regardless of method, requires a presentation, a character, a flow of action to become more than a trick, to become an effect. With the proper method, it may become an effect worth doing. But in the beginning, it's just a trick.
And tricks, well, tricks can truly be self-working.
But do we really need another book of self-working tricks? Hasn't all the good stuff been done...
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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...
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Baker's BonanzaHugh Miller
A wonderful ebook on the magic of Roy Baker, inventor of the PATEO force.
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Baker's BrainwavesRoy Baker
Baker was a funny and versatile performer who performed and contributed unique routines from mentalism to cards, from stage and parlor to close-up, including a hypnosis show.
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Baker's CapersRoy Baker
From the Foreword:
What started out as a few lecture notes seem to have reached the size of a small book. I hope that the reader will find something to stir his or her imagination. Do try out some of the effects. All are practical and have been tried out. Most have been in constant use. The coin routine and the dice routine for instance. I must have performed both of these many thousands of times.
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Bar MagicD. Angelo Ferri
I worked as a "Magic Bartender" for several years, tricks have to be simple, entertaining, and ideally employ common objects. Occasionally I'd sit at a customers table which gave me the opportunity to perform 'The Glass Through the Table' and my 'Hat Load'. Slydini taught me the 'Glass Trick'. He uses sound to control the perception of the spectator, The Hat Load begins with a coin trick based upon Don Alan's Hat Load but my mechanics for loading the hat are based upon Slydini's System of movement. My Copper and Silver Transposition employs a slightly modified version of John...
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Bar MagicianTodd Diamond & Michael Wild
Michael Wild has teamed up with another hard core bar magician, Todd Diamond, to share with you their knowledge and great effects for the bar/pub venue. If you read Bar Magician it will become obvious that these two gentlemen have done magic in bars for quite some time. They explain their thinking and reveal some of their best effects. A bar can be a tough and sometimes rude place. Todd and Michael included one effect that matches this environment: "Two Cigarettes Having Sex". Be warned that this presentation may offend you. You might not want to do this for your in-laws next to the Christmas...
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Bar Room BalloonsRoger Siegel
Note that this ebook includes x-rated balloon models and jokes. This is not appropriate material for minors.
1st edition 1974, 24 pages; 1st digital edition 2018, 18 pages.
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Bar TABRon Jaxon
If you enjoy performing for people in bars, restaurants or at parties then Bar TAB (or Bar Tricks And Bits) might interest you. It's a small collection of tricks, sight gags and other bits of business Ron had much success with in his bar, restaurant and party work.
It doesn't matter if you're a working pro or just like to go out on the town with your friends and entertain people. The Tricks And Bits in this PDF download are real world material that I'm sure you'll actually use.
Although Ron goes into great detail in explaining these tricks and bits or business. You won't find many sleight...
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Bar Tricks and Magic 1Julian Bradbrook
This is a neat little collection of bar tricks, stunts and simple magic effects. Some of it will be familiar to you, some have a new twist or plot and others might be completely new to you. Julian added photos to make it very easy to present these on your next visit to your favorite bar or restaurant. It is a good idea to have a few of these stunts ready when you are not prepared to do a full magic show, but still want to be the center of attention.
1st edition, 2004.
1. Red or Black
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Basic TrainingIan Kendall
Between 2009 and 2011 a very special column appeared in M-U-M, the in-house magazine for the Society of American Magicians. Conceived to be an introduction to sleight of hand aimed at beginners, the thirty-six lessons ended up being one of the most detailed courses in conjuring to date. The topics covered included all aspects of magic; cards and coins, balls, ropes and cups, stand up and close up, interspersed with real-world performance hints and tips from someone who has spent time in the trenches.
This e-book version contains all thirty six Basic Training columns, plus two extra lessons...
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Basic Training for BreakfastIan Kendall
From the introduction:
Magic lectures, and more relevantly their notes, are a strange thing. While some are an endless parade of tricks and their explanations, some are thinly disguised dealer dems and some are virtuoso displays of unattainable sleight of hand, there are occasionally lectures that offer the inside information on performing for real people. Where it's not just the tricks that matter, it's all the little bits and pieces that lie in between the lines that make the difference between 'doing a trick' and 'making magic happen'. Guess which one I'm aiming for here.
The goal is...
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Behind the Scenes with the Night Club MagicianElray
Break into the world of table-hopping, banquet, restaurant and casino floor show magic with this insider's handbook. Elray, a former top entertainer, reveals the ins and outs of this lucrative field in this hard-to-find handbook.
To be a successful nightclub entertainer, you not only have to be different in your own style, but you have to present a different style of magic. This ebook lets you in on this secret world - from behind the scenes - so you can profit by it. Many effects were revealed here for the first time in print - tricks specially adapted for nightclub work.
Here's a partial...
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Belgian BlockbustersScott F. Guinn
This is an ebook about the magic of Peter Vanspauwen. Peter's name is not well-known in the magic community--yet! This ebook has some great stuff that will get your juices flowing, and like all of Scott's ebooks, is absolutely loaded with photo illustrations. 4 card routines, 3 coin routines, a wonderful rope routine, and two more routines for parlor or platform. 226 photos. Level: Intermediate
1st edition 2003; 100 pages.
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Best of BelcherLen Belcher
Len was a creative and innovative magician who came up with a number of engaging routines for mentalists, kid shows, and family performers. Here you will find mostly stand up routines.
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