Ask yourself these three questions…Do you plan to purchase a set of Linking Rings? Do you presently own a set of Linking Rings but do not perform them? Do you perform the Linking Rings in your act now? If you answered “yes” to any one of the above ques
Some say that Allan Hayden’s Fancy Ring Routine may very well be the best ring routine in the world. But don't ask Allan, he'll just deny it. Of course, he wants to keep it all to himself. Watching the ring routine can be a very
The soft cover book with 32 pages and 37 illustrations will teach you how to link, unlink, count and even make different designs with the rings. There are also routines you can perform with 3,4, and 6 rings, and an excellent 8 ring routine.
Aldo Colombini's Rings Supreme routine utilizing three large rings (two standard, one key). Also requires a silk handkerchief or scarf. Lewis Ganson states, "the Colombini routine would be difficult
Rex Taylor's three ring routine, linking and unlinking moves, plus Aldo Colombini's moves. This is part of the famous Ganson Teach-In series published by Supreme Magic Inc. Contents: 4 Contents, 5
This four-ring routine is commercial comedy at its best! We know you will be delighted with the detailed instructions, which include all patter, bits of business, subtleties, building-to-climax and other attributes only a true professional can include.
One of magic's truly great Linking Ring Routines--runs four minutes--audience tested with great success. Many new and original angles. The solid steel rings work miracles before the eyes of your audience--and in the hands of two spectators who help you.
The Magic City library is a complete college of magical knowledge in the form of step-by-step instruction booklets. The series includes tricks, routines and ideas with the hope of passing on the wisdom of yesterday's and today's giants of magic to a new
The Linking Rings has great potential for comedy. The roots of one of the great comedy routines, George Blake's Perverse Ring Routine is revised and reprinted within these pages of this book - the 6th in Pete Biro's
Countless magicians achieved success commercially and with their peers - and accomplished this impressive feat by incorporating the classic effect - Linking Rings. One example that comes to mind it would be Viktor Voitko, who