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Jim Magus, the master of the bizarre, using Doug Higley's Dark Museum, with routines by Ed Loveland, Ed Solomon, R. Shane, Dr. Spektor, Ron "Kotah" Dayton, Tony Eye, Michael Fraughton, Bill Fienning, Clifford the Red, Dean Montal
Second form is a collection of 15 modern thoughts in card magic focused on visual and practical applications. Here you will find completely new ideas and reassembled classical moves for your performances. Nick Vlow & Sergey
Like his 50 TV Magic Tricks, this book contains card tricks of very simple structure--easy to do, quick to learn, but full of impact and audience appeal. All great card men began with tricks of this type. Let Marshall Brodien get you off to a good start
Impromptu, over the table, card effects by this famous author. No difficult sleights. Includes Improved Topsy Turvy Deck, Face to Face Fantasy, Double Climax Speller, Never Miss Stop Trick, Eye Pop Routine, Do as I Do, Vanishing and Re-Appearing Card, T
A best seller for years! This booklet is the perfect primer for budding card magicians. Since its first printing in 1976, hundreds of thousands of copies have been sold--and keep selling, year after year. A new full-color cover has brought this classic
These are all laugh getters, great ideas for zany card effects you will use to pep up your more serious routines. Easy to do, impromptu, and very effective. Devised by U.F. Grant, an expert at this sort of thing. In printed booklet form.
84 Card tricks that you can learn. Explains the general principles of sleight of hand using card tricks and ordinary playing cards. Booklet is an excellent resource and a reprint of Hugh Morris's 1936 booklet. An introduction to card magic that has sto
Simple, easy-to-follow instructions and 105 figure drawings show how to execute more than 35 amazing card tricks using such ordinary items as a handkerchief, notepaper, piece of string, candle, and a deck of cards. Beginners will soon be performing remar
31 mystifying tricks which can be performed at a moments notice with any ordinary deck of cards. No sleight-of-hand required. Simple to learn, but bewildering to the audience. Spend an hour or two reading this 32-page book and demonstrate the card mira