Make money at magic shows, fairs, carnivals, or simply entertain your audience with the Pitchman's Svengali Routine. Now you, too, can add extra income at your shows by demonstrating and selling Svengali Decks, using this carefully constructed routine. Built along the time-honored comedy sales pitch, as used by medicine men and carny hucksters, this routine includes full patter and presentation so not only is the audience entertained, but the spectators are also primed to buy.
In this revised and updated version, you also get wholesale sources and other valuable information to help ensure your success. If you're not selling "back of room" merchandise at your shows, experts say that you're leaving behind 100% of the extra money you could be making over and above your normal fee. And don't forget that the magician need not be the pitchman. It can also be an assistant or even a person you bring on just for this one routine, in exchange for a percentage of the take.
What the experts say about The Pitchman's Svengali Routine:
"Eddie St. John describes in detail a superb routine with the Svengali deck. It is easy to do and yet most astonishing to audiences." - John Mulholland
"Reading this book took me back to the time when I followed a Svengali deck pitchman all over Miami, Florida, much to the consternation of my parents. The entire routine is there. Even if you have no desire to peddle decks to the public, you will get some ideas for using that old pack you have lying around somewhere." - J. G. Thompson, Jr.
1st edition 1948, PDF 23 pages.
word count: 6884 which is equivalent to 27 standard pages of text