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BUILD YOUR OWN ILLUSIONS
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BK-1608
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Sommers, Jim
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Jim Sommers is a full time professional magician. He always uses a few illusions in his show, and he has built these himself. His plan in making illusions and writing about them is based on the theory that many magicians live in small apartments, drive small cars, and handle their shows themselves. The tricks in this book will fit into the life-style of these magicians. Contents: About Jim Sommers, Visible Sawing Thru, The Money Tree, The Dog's House, Boy to Rabbit, Suitcase to Table, Flying Carpet Plus, Poor Man's Flash Appearance, Tabouret, Volkswagen Sword Basket, Cargo Cage Vanish, Flying Carpet ala Rigid Rope, The Girl in the Big Balloon, Hollywood Smoke Machine, Rickshaw, Cremation Altar, Clock Production, Fred's Screen, Keyhole Illusion, Folding Glass Box, Hardware, and Hinges for Escape Tricks. 88 pages, fully illustrated, spiral bound.
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Jim Sommers is a full time professional magician.  He always uses a few illusions in his show, and he has built these himself.  His plan in making illusions and writing about them is based on the theory that many magicians live in small apartments, drive
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