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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 3, Issue 6 (Jun - Aug 2014)
by Solyl Kundu


(1 review, 2 customer ratings) ★★★★★

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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 3, Issue 6 (Jun - Aug 2014) by Solyl Kundu
  • EDITORIAL - Let's have a chat

    SPECIAL FEATURES - TGM's tribute to Aldo Colombini

  • Homage to Aldo Colombini from All at TGM, All admirers of Aldo in India and from Solyl Kundu
  • Aldo Colombini - Bio by Rachel
  • Remembrances/Admirations by Al Albert, Tom Craven, David J. Connor, Geoff Williams, Ian Adair, Donald Clancy and John Alexander


  • Past Glory of India - B.N. Sarkar
  • Magic As Entertainment by Harold Taylor
  • Indian Occultism: The Rope -Trick And Other Phenomena by Major G.H. Rooke


  • Confirmed Prediction by John Teo
  • Indiana Monte by Guy Townsend
  • Come Along by Fabian
  • It's Me! by Solyl Kundu
  • The Martian by Aldo Colombini
  • The Broken and Restored Matchstick by PK Ilango
  • Sensitive Fingers by Gora Datta


  • Magi-Cartoon
  • Magi-Cartoon
  • Photo Quiz
  • An important announcement - you must see
  • News and Views
  • National and International from around the magic world
Edited by Salil Kumar "Solyl" Kundu. E-mail: [email protected] and/or [email protected]

44 pages
word count: 14540 which is equivalent to 58 standard pages of text

Reviewed by Don Wiberg
★★★★★   Date Added: Friday 17 October, 2014

WOW! What a fantastic issue of TGM. I can't believe how much magic and news you are able to squeeze into 44 pages. You are to be commended. How do you do it? Your tribute to Aldo was very touching. His trick with the ESP cards looks interesting. I also enjoyed reading about Harold Taylor. Ring 43 in Chicago once had him lecture and perform on their annual show. I still have his lecture notes in my file. He was a very funny man who left this world much too soon. It was also nice to see the cartoon and photo of George Johnstone. He and Betty were good friends of ours. I still have an autographed picture that he gave me on my 40th birthday. I can't wait to make up a set of envelopes with the imbedded needle. I have a magnetic ring, but have never found a good use for it until now. I offer you my sincere thanks for sending me TGM and wish you much success for future issues. Please, let me know if I can help in any way. Kindest Regards, Don ---------------------------------------- Sent from my iPad Don Wiberg, Past Int’l President of I.B.M. (USA), Int’l Secretary of I.B.M. (USA)