The complete inside dope on the Magic Bar Act and Soda Fountain Act where you can pour a seemingly endless number of tasty drinks from a single bottle.
Here's a swell addition to your regular act - a routine that appeals to most any audience. For adults, you pour whiskey, beer, sloe gin fizz, a vodka martini - and other drinks - which are then served to your audience. And, unlike other inexhaustible bottle routines, this isn't colored water; the drinks actually have flavor and are refreshing. Perform it on a regular nightclub floor. Or do it behind the bar at your local watering hole. You'll always be in demand as an entertainer if you can perform this Magic Bartender Act.
And yes, we realize that you may be called upon to entertain an all-ages audience. For that, we recommend the Magic Soda Fountain Act. Your bottle will then pour a nice variety of non-alcoholic drinks, which are then served to the spectators.
There are no body attachments, converted hot water bottles, or CO2 cartridges needed or used. Build it yourself from this manuscript of plans using ordinary home workshop tools. Or have a cabinet maker or handyman friend make it for you. Best of all, we tell you of a simple, natural-looking container which is used to pour the drinks. The making of it will take but a moment of your time, and you needn't be a mechanic to do it.
Everything from start to finish is routined and included, including humorous patter. Only in this revised and updated edition do you get several choice bits from Jimmy Muir's Laugh Lines comedy series, which are included in the routine as a bonus to you. Whether you choose to perform the Magic Bar Act or the Soda Fountain Act, you're sure to whet your whistle of even the toughest audience.
1st edition 1945, PDF 17 pages.
word count: 3365 which is equivalent to 13 standard pages of text