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MAKING MAGIC VOL. 3
DV-3130
SIX MORE STAND-UP EFFECTS FROM MARTIN LEWIS! In the third volume of his Making Magic series, Martin presents strong, audience-tested material from his parlor act. He shows you, in a step-by-step hands-on guide, how to make the props
$34.95

MAKING MAGIC VOL. 2
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MAKING MAGIC VOL. 2
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MAKING MAGIC VOL. 2
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DV-0298
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Lewis, Martin
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Volume Two’s routines include: Two Color Torn Tissue--In this version of the classic “Torn and Restored Napkin” two different colored papers are used to explain how it works…but the audience is still no wiser. Comedy Card Stab--At the end it seems like the magician stabs the wrong card, but instead ends up with a visual knockout! Crystal Gazing--A spectator slowly names the card that the audience is thinking of by gazing into a crystal ball. Martin’s method is as amazing as the effect. Halve-It--The “Three and a Half of Clubs” is taken from being a close up gag to a brilliant stand-up routine. Along the way Martin shows a great way make giant cards. Handscan--Show the front and back of your hand slowly and produce a fan of cards. Absolutely no manipulation required. Card in a Bottle--The title tells all. Martin’s presentation of an effect created by Harbin. This is a real fooler, and a closer in anyone’s book. Worth it for the card vanish alone! (Martin Lewis DVDs are subtitled in English, French, German, and Italian!)
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Volume Two’s routines include: Two Color Torn Tissue--In this version of the classic “Torn and Restored Napkin” two different colored papers are used to explain how it works…but the audience is still no wiser.  Comedy Card Stab--At the end it seems like t
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