Highlights Richard's fascinating life story from his grueling days as a Karate fighter, to his mastery of the pasteboards. Live at the Magic Castle, 2010--Treat yourself to a front row seat at Richard's live performance
Aleister Crowley was an accomplished mountain climber, poet, chess player and writer. He is also the most well-known and influential occult magician of modern times. His admirers saw him as the
Harry Houdini was performing in a circus with his wife when he began dreaming about an even bigger career. This film recalls the highlights of his career, including his 1912 stunt that established him as the world's greatest escape
Slydini's students pay tribute to the man, the mentor, and the magic. They recall some of their most cherished moments with the master and perform their favorite effects, keeping his legacy alive.
Some years ago in India, I (Martin Breese) met up with a young snake charmer and street magician. He was taught by his grandfather and father. His cups and balls routine with a final load of a little wooden bird and his handling of the
CONJURING PHILIP tells the tale of researchers who experiment in communication with the spirit world. Some believe they have made contact, others believe their experience is not with the other-side but is form of
Dante's complete 1930 movie Dante's Mysteries. Dante (born Harry Jansen in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1883-1955) toured the world with his spectacular illusion show. Dante's Mysteries was his first feature film, made
Ricky Jay is a world-renowned magician, author, historian and actor (often a mischievous presence in the films of David Mamet and Paul Thomas Anderson) -- and a performer who regularly provokes astonishment from even
Pioneer magicians in rare broadcasts on three DVDs! Over five hours of footage! Three DVDs for optimum viewing quality. The best collection of Blackstone Sr. footage ever assembled with all his classic routines.
Over three hours of movie enjoyment! Fred Keating (1898-1961) revolutionized twentieth-century magic with his combination of precise sleight-of-hand (his teacher was the great Nate Leipzig) and sarcastic humor. His