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This is a book for beginners, a fine "first book" for you, or an excellent choice for someone you want to see get started in magic. Marshall Brodien is a lifetime pro, veteran of carnivals, circuses, television, nightclubs, hyp shows…the works. He has c
The timeless mystery of the linking rings is now a pocket sized wonder! At 2.3 inches in diameter, your Dragonfly Rings are the perfect size to keep in your pocket and take anywhere to fool everyone! An instructional DVD is included
Are you an escape artist? Put your skills to the test with the Lace Escape. A piece of clear Plexiglas is securely laced into a solid frame. Audiences will be truly stumped once you break the window free from its lacy imprisonment.
The Trapdoor Card is one of the most unforgettable, yet often overlooked, plots in card magic. Popularized by Martin Gardner and Bob Neale, this effect features a small card with a "door" cut out, just off-center. Someone is pe
You wanted workable stand-up material? You've got it! For over thirty years Paul Romhany has performed magic as his full time job. It has taken him to over 120 countries and seen him perform on television, trade shows, cruise ships
Starring Dutch magician, Fritz Alkemade, Double Dutch is a collection of commercial magic that is strong, interactive and fun. Five years after his debut and featuring 10 brand new routines from his current working set and running at
All Magicians know, if you want to get the attention of your audience...USE FIRE! FLAME is by far one of the most amazing visual effects in close-up fire magic. Imagine taking out an ordinary lighter and, at your command, making
You are about to encounter the card magic of Ryan Matney. These card tricks have been highly praised by magicians such as John Bannon (who wrote the introduction), Max Maven, Peter Duffie, and David Regal. They agree that what makes