Tag Archives: Magic Dealer

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Capaul Part 4

The smallest size for standard routines you should consider would be 6 inches, an excellent choice for small rooms and close up. For platform or stage, 8, 10, or 12-inch ring is better. Click here to learn more about the Giant Linking Rings ($115.00) Julio Lipan Performing The Giant Linking Rings! While rings as large […]

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Personally Speaking – Aug07 – Part 3

Edwin always told me, “To succeed in magical dealing Ian, you must comply with three things…” 1. Create new and original material. 2. Manufacture these at a reasonable price. 3. Run a very quick return of postal service. Edwin Hooper was a very successful children’s entertainer. He was also every good at writing lengthy instructions […]

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Personally Speaking – Mar07 – Part 4

Kudos also go the Bill and Becky Wells, Nick Saint-Erne and Pete Biro for keeping this group organized, energized, transported, informed, well fed and ready to perform. The collective goal was to create an opportunity to define their magical talents in an atmosphere that nurtures friendships for life. You could see that by the time […]

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Personally Speaking – Feb05 – Part 3

Lee Delano – Joe Stevens – Paul Green – Photo Lee Delano – who worked and toured with Sid Ceaser playing Sid’s stright man for many years, poses with my ole’ man and another one of the Pro’s in the BIDNI. We invite you to view Lee Delano’s website where you will see a tremendous […]

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Ted Lesley – The "ball-point"-swami

Columnist: Ted Lesley Using a pencil for a “Swami” effect, is in my opinion outdated for today’s audiences. To the same conclusion came a fellow mentalist from Switzerland, the late PAUL MAURER. In 1985 he invented a “ball-point thumb writer”. This “Swami Gimmick” was brought to my attention a couple of years ago by a […]

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Scott Wells – Trix Are For Kids

Columnist: Scott Wells Are tricks just for kids? Why do people immediately associate magic with children? Is it because of our demeanor, our approach, our looks, our audience’s perception, our society, a combination of these, or is it something else? Perhaps it’s because that magic appeals to the child in each of us and transports […]

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Mike Rogers – Wild Card Variation

Columnist: Mike Rogers by Mike Rogers illustrations by Dave Goodsell This article is an annotation of an item I published in the June 1986 issue of MUM. There are several adjustments adding more historical information. The excellent illustrations were drawn by MUM editor Dave Goodsell, he of West Coast Wizards Magic Camp fame. Incidentally, the […]

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