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A wonderful addition to any comedy act. Any time during the act the performer removes this zipper banana from his pocket and pulls down the zippers. Inside is seen a real banana. He takes a couple of bites out of the banana, then slides up the zippers
With every laugh, every detail, every nuance! This is the one that wowed convention audiences and brought screams from laymen--the one with the assistant who couldn't care less! It's the one where everybody knows where the rabbit is except him. The one
Show a wooden Tube with a lid and a pencil. A Spectator is requested to place the pencil in any way he wants. The pointed side facing upwards or downwards! They now close the lid without the knowledge of the performer. The performer
What Jim Krenz has created is not only a Triumph effect, but a Triumph of method. Its ingenuity and craftiness will astound not only spectators, but you as well when you see it in action. You will see cards intentionally and fairly
From the clever mind of Julio Montoro and João Miranda comes a visual and original card restoration like no other. In this effect a card is chosen and clearly ripped in half, without any cover or hiding anything palmed. Each half
This is the most practical moving ink effect ever created. After the spectator has chosen a card you write down a random code, a sequence of dots, dashes or some sort of binary code onto the border of a playing card. With a
This is the highly anticipated sequel to the smash success, Scripting Magic. Pete McCabe-with help from 25 of magic's best-digs deeper into the most powerful tool in magic: the words you say when you perform. This powerful book wi
A Lie Detector in a Card Case! Your participant shuffles and spreads the deck face down then slides out one card for himself. He divides the deck into two piles and buries his card in either half, then squares the packet. The half-deck