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Magigram magazine ran from 1966 to 1995. It was printed by Supreme Magic Co. and edited with superb ability by Ken de Courcy. The collaborators were the best ever, just to name a few: Ken de Courcy, Edwin, Ian Adair, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Lewis Ganson, Maurice Fogel, Arthur Carter, George Blake, David Britland, Pavel, George Johnstone, Billy McComb and a certain Aldo Colombini (I had a column for over 20 years on card magic written by Lewis Ganson).
- CARD LOCATION (Mark Weston): A spectator selects a card. The deck is dealt in three packets. A spectator selects a packet and on top of it, the selected card appears.
- THIMBLE THRU (Ken de Courcy): A thimble, isolated on the end of a pen and covered with a handkerchief, penetrates the handkerchief and comes into view.
- ROPE AND RINGS (Allan Lambie): A nice effect using a piece of rope and two rings.
- ROPE PREFIX (Ken de Courcy): A beautiful knot sequence to perform before or after any rope routine.
- THREE AND A BIT (Bill Shewan): This is a different and effective version of the well known Three-and-a-half of Clubs.
- IT'S IN THE BAG (Arthur Setterington): A deck is cut into four packets. A spectator picks one and from it he selects a card. The cards are shuffled and placed into a plastic bag. You remove the selected card from the bag.
- TWO-WAY TWIST (Tony Griffith): A spectator deals the cards until he is left with one. The selection is done in a very fair manner. The card was predicted by you.
- BOUNCE (Arthur Setterington): A great effect for stage or parlor. A card is selected and lost in the deck. The deck is scattered all over the floor (or table). A big ball is thrown onto the cards and it bounces with the selected card adhering to it.
- IN THE GLASS APPEARANCE (Ian Adair): A card is selected and lost in the deck. The deck is placed into a glass. When the cards are poured from the glass, only one remains in the glass: The selected card.
- THUMBS UP! (Ian Adair): The thumb of the performer penetrates a borrowed handkerchief with some laughter along the way.