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Come A Little Closer ...Peter Warlock
Going down the list of contributors one will find very prominent names such as Elmsley, Walton and Avis. When this book originally appeared they were young and largely unknown. Enjoy some of their early contributions to the art of close-up magic.
1st edition 1953, 37 pages; 1st digital edition 2017, 30 pages....
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TNT: Twelve New TricksFabian
Fabian, in the role as literary and technical editor of Abracadabra magazine, selected and edited these routines.
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Conjuring for AmateursEllis Stanyon
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The Magic 36William S. Houghton
This ebook contains excellent variety for magicians and mentalists of all performing capabilities and experience levels. The effects and routines include apparatus tricks, mental stunts, spirit writing, predictions, magazine and book tests, thumb ties, and tricks with cards, silks, coins, cigarettes, billiard balls, sponge ball and a terrific rope routine.
Paul Fleming wrote:
This book derives its peculiar title from the fact that it contains 36 items. The text begins on page 5 and runs to page 71, making a total of 66 pages of more than average size; and there are 15 satisfactory line drawings. The...
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Watch This One!J. B. Bobo
This ebook features a variety of strong and easy to perform tricks. Of course, as the author of Modern Coin Magic Bobo includes a solid section on coin tricks, but he also teaches routines with cards, thimbles, rope, and there is also a detailed section on sleeving. Bobo was a master of it.
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37 Effective After Dinner TricksArthur P. Felsman
Dinner's over, so now what? Entertain your guests, that's what! Here's a clever collection of after-dinner magic to entertain friends, business associates, and even total strangers.
Written by a famous Chicago magic dealer, the effects run the gamut from close-up miracles to routines for club and platform. You'll find entertaining matrix effects, cut and restored mysteries, mindreading experiments, and much more. Includes a very nice two-person mental act that could be the hit of your next corporate show, banquet, or awards dinner.
Some of these effects were sold individually by magic...
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Sleightly Close-UpWolfgang Riebe
Close-up magic tricks for everyone - from cards to general close-up
This ebook is filled with various commercial close-up tricks and routines that have been tried, tested and performed for live audiences over many years. These are practical and commercial effects that will appeal to the working magician whose focus is on captivating and entertaining his audience.
You will find a mix of old and new items, original tricks, twists on old routines and ideas to tweak those close-up effects gathering dust in your cupboard.
For the card magicians, you will find sensational routines, such as...
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Grant in the Tarbell Magic CourseUlysses Frederick Grant
U. F. Grant contributed some of his best material to the Tarbell Course in magic. Most of this material is unique to the Tarbell Course and does not appear elsewhere. Before Grant died, he compiled a manuscript containing all of the material he contributed. It ranges from close up to stage illusions. A lot of magicians don't have the original Tarbell Course, so here is your chance to get all of the tricks he created and contributed in one place. Fully illustrated and one of the best buys in magic. This is stuff you will use and do and as Harlan Tarbell said, some of the best magic in his course.
One of the best tricks that Grant created was Ghost...
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Openers and ClosersPaul A. Lelekis
"Out of my, 44 books of magic, I am probably most proud of this one...powerful magic that can be used for Openers and Closers! Every detail worked out with pictures, 3 videos, history, and many underground sleights! This is a gold mine!" - Paul A. Lelekis
The ESP effect SHOCK! alone, is worth 10X the price of this e-book. However...all of these effects are priceless. All patter, psychology, history, nuances, and underground sleights are explained in detail.
1) OPENERS - essay of what they are, how they work, how to use them, transitioning, and why they work. ...and then four powerful...
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Just Like MagicLee Snyder
87 Tricks, routines, ideas, developments and bits that will help you get the most out of the magic you now own. Lee Snyder is a "thinking magician" and you can easily apply the magical thoughts he has come up with.
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Simple Ideas Huge ImpactYu Sheng Chiam
Welcome to Simple Ideas Huge Impact, a collection of 6 close up magic effects utilizing everyday objects. All of these effects are simple to do and they require very little setup. Here are the effects:
King Split: A stunning two card production utilizing a double backed card. It can be used as great opener to any sandwich routine.
Simple Biddle: A simplified version of the classic Biddle trick with no Biddle Count.
Solvent Coin: A stunning way to change a drawing on a coin utilising a gimmick that most magicians are familiar with. No special ink.
Popcoin: A simple way to make a coin...
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Pocket Mysteries 2Gerard Zitta
"Zitta has done it again. He has completed a new work that is outstanding, practical, and mostly Impromptu. I don't know how he does it, ideas, brilliant ones, flow like water. Get this. And if you don't have them, get all his work. They bring me and the audience wonderment, joy, and workable thoughts. 5 out of 5" - Marc SalemThis ebook is a follow-up to Pocket Mysteries 1 (2012). It is a compendium of some other magic and mentalism effects that are strong, and universal enough to be kept in your pockets all the time (especially "Big bet" and "Crossword" ...). There are practical and commercial ideas, principles...
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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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The Berland Book of RoutinesSamuel Berland
Take your magic to the next level by incorporating one or more of Berland's beautifully choreographed routines into your act. This is magic that makes audiences, booking agents, and club owners sit up and take notice.
Not just one or two, but eight separate routines, using items already owned by most magicians. The performances are well-thought out, clearly described, and with 147 illustrations, easy for most any performer to understand and put to use. Just look at what's included:
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70 Top Effects From 70 Years of Magician's MagazinesBrick Tilley
Brick Tilley has been a student of magic for decades. In particular he read magic magazines and kept notes about the best and most interesting effects, tips, tricks and articles. In this unusual ebook, he shares the 70 best and most interesting items to read, taken from eight magazines, spanning the last 70 years.
However, note that you are only getting the reference where you will find the article and a short description of what it is and why it should be of interest to you. You don't get the actual articles. You need to have the magazines to read the articles. Several of them are available...
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The New York City LectureUlysses Frederick Grant
U. F. Grant seldom did live lectures. One of the few he did was for the Magician's Guild of American in New York City on Oct. 13, 1952. These are the original lecture notes. These notes are very rare and almost impossible to find as they were sold only at the lecture and not distributed through magic dealers.
Here are the contents; none require any difficult sleights and all are easy to do.
Bombay Rope Cut: A cut and restored rope that involves tying no knots.
Zella Ring on Rope: A spectator ties the ends of a length of rope together. The performer then passes a borrowed ring onto...
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100% Magic NotesTroy Murphie
I attended the Pavel 100% Magic Lecture when he visited Sydney, Australia sometime around 2005. I traveled the 2 hr drive home after the lecture and made sure to jot down notes about the effects that I was impressed with before I retired to bed that night. In hindsight I wish that I had written explanations for all the effects, but it was not to be. So what we have here are 8 items from this lecture explained in my own words. Along with the 100% Magic Lecture 'pictorial memory aid' which contains diagrams of the routines, you should have no trouble following the brilliant thinking behind these eight items.
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A selection of some thirty varied tricks for stage, parlor and close up, illustrating practical examples of magical plots and their solutions.
These are lecture notes for one of Pavel's lectures. Most of the descriptions are pictorial. Pavel intended this as a memory aid for people who attended his lecture. The descriptions are therefore not necessarily complete or very detailed in all cases.
[You might also be interested in Troy Murphie's notes he took after seeing this lecture.
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Lift: levitate a walletKevin Parker
A new way to lift a wallet. It's not what you think.
You won't believe the video. This is an ultra-visual, realistic levitation of your spectator's wallet, without thread. You levitate their wallet after asking if he's seen the various ways of 'lifting' wallets (pickpocket style). You offer to demonstrate a new method on his wallet, needing to see his wallet first to see if it's the "right type," just an excuse for you to lay the wallet on the table (or whatever surface) and make it lift.
Practicality: Super Easy. From beginning to end, not one gimmick is seen nor anything exposed that...
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Magic MedleyPaul A. Lelekis
10 full routines with ESP, coins, cards, silks, rings, and the real secrets of performance. A video of performance and explanation for a full four coin routine is included. An essay is included about how to control your spectators and recognizing and utilizing "repeat responses" to raise the 'bar' of your performances!
TAKING CONTROL - An essay explaining how to bring your spectators under your control.
AMAZING - A little game of 'what is where' that even "fools" the magician performing it. Easy to do and impossible.
COIN(S) PRODUCTION - A cool production of four coins. Includes a video...
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Here's MagicNelson C. Hahne & Joe Berg
When one of magic's most clever minds teams up with an award-winning magician and illustrator, you know the result will be unique effects that play strong and is so clever that even magicians are fooled. And that's what you get with Hahne and Berg's Here's Magic.
There is literally something for every performer within these 96 pages. Effects with cards, coins, silks, a gambler's monte effect using a single matchbook, club magic, a stage illusion that predates Copperfield's Statue of Liberty vanish by some 50 years (but with a similar method), mentalism effects, the award-winning poker chip...
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Hindu MagicHereward Carrington
The magic of India comes to life in Dr. Carrington's colorful look at the fables, feats, and magic of the mystical fakirs of India.
You'll learn the inner workings of the Basket of Death, Mango Seed to Tree, Buried Alive illusion, Flying Rabbit, the Dry Sands Trick, the Beans and Scorpion Trick, Snake Charming, and more.
Want to add something different to your act? Perhaps one of your primary assistants can adopt the role of a Hindu fakir and present one or two of these effects as an added attraction in your existing magic or hypnosis show.
For magic historians, Carrington provides...
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Simon Lovell: The Lemming UnleashedSimon Lovell
A vintage performance by Simon at Monday Night Magic, including: Getting To Know You, Clint Eastwood Versus the Ballerina, 1-800-MENTAL-HEALTH, Sleight of Tongue Plus, Twisted Rose, The Mysterious Floating Orb of Zanzibar, Souls Torn Asunder, The Angst of Puppetry, Meanderings at the End of the Ride, plus an exclusive half-hour interview.
1st edition 2001, length 1h 10min.
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