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MYSTIC CRAIG'S CAMERA--3 DVD SET
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MYSTIC CRAIG'S CAMERA--3 DVD SET
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MYSTIC CRAIG'S CAMERA--3 DVD SET
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From the early 1950s to mid-1960s, Mystic Craig (William Vagell) shot extensive film in the U.S. and Great Britain, footage that contains a unique historical record of mid-twentieth century magic. This three DVD set collects the best of Mystic Craig's films, now with digitally enhancement and optimized sound. You'll see Dai Vernon in 1960 performing his classics at Tannen's Jubilee; Brother Hamman presenting his card feats; U.F. Grant lecturing on his simple but ingenious creations; Jack Miller revealing his secrets of sleeving and the hold-out; footage of greats like Kalanag and Levante...and more! VOLUME ONE - Mystic Craig Party--Guests include Cardini, Dai Vernon, Francis Carlyle, June Merlin, and Louis Tannen. Dai Vernon’s 1960 Tannen's Jubilee Performance--Coins and Glass, Coin Routine, Ball and Cone, Cards to Pocket, and Balls in Net. Brother John Hamman’s 1958 Performance Hosted by Milbourne Christopher--Five effects including The Mystic Nine and Face-Up/Face-Down Surprise. Brother John Hamman’s 1961 Performance--Twelve effects including Micro-Macro. U. F. Grant’s Magical Treasures Lecture--Rope Through Neck, Chair Penetration, Ring Through Rope, Ring on Rope in Hat, Torn and Restored Card, Mid-Air Card Change, Ink to Water Card Revelation, Knife Through Coat, Coin to Key, Thimble Penetration, Half Dollar Through Hat, Bottle and Straw Suspension, Silk and Ball Penetration Glass of Milk through Hat, Triple Prediction, Ring Transposition, Spirit Knocker Magazine Production, Goldfish Bowl Production, and Chain Linking, and Shot Glass Egg Bag. VOLUME TWO - Jack Miller’s 1960 Post-Graduate Lecture—Sleeving, Linking Rings, and Holdout Techniques. Jack Miller’s 1960 Performance. VOLUME THREE - Levante’s Substitution Trunk. Peter Warlock’s 1956 Lecture--Slate Message, Silks Off Rope, Thimble through Silk, Silk Production, Silk Vanish in Glass, Pound Note Challenge, Fan Control, Front Crash Move, Ring on Rope, Disks Off Rope, and Sympathetic Cards. Elizabeth Warlock’s Five Tests of the Catalyst. Peter Warlock’s Ring and Rope Routine. Kalanag’s Gloria De Vos backyard movie and 1958 silent color footage of his full-evening show. Edward Victor’s Magic of the Hands Lecture--A One Hand Force, The Thirty Card Trick, The Changing Coin, A Sleight with Four Thimbles, An Elbow Vanish with a Billiard Ball, A Move for the Rising Cards, and Bottom Control. Silent with captions: A Passe-Passe Billiard Ball Effect, The Flying Salt, The E.V. Stretching Rope, Ring and Rope, A Novel Cigar Production, An Impromptu Salt on Knife Trick, Switching a Pack, My Rope Trick, and Card Manipulations. It's a collection that will share valuable material with the professional performer and delight the magic history buff as well. This three-DVD set has been created in collaboration with magic film historian William McIlhany, now with digitally enhancement and optimized sound. "This is an incredible collection of films. (We) have dreamed of having these wonders in our collection. Now we can have over six hours of these films to watch at our pleasure."--Dustin Stinett, Genii Magazine.
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From the early 1950s to mid-1960s, Mystic Craig (William Vagell) shot extensive film in the U.S. and Great Britain, footage that contains a unique historical record of mid-twentieth century magic.  This three DVD
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