Included are: The Magic Scroll--An opening bit, magician shows ornate scroll with Chinese or other characters on it, explains that it really means whatever the name of the group sponsoring the show turns out to be, magician turns scroll around to show group's logo on the other side, rolls scroll into tube, production, many suggestions of things to produce in order to maximize load space. Milk to Dove--Magician shows both sides of sheet of newspaper, rolls into a cone, pours pitcher full of milk into it, shakes cone, dove pops up into view, milk has vanished. Dagger Dime--Magician shows knife, places dime on flat of blade, covers with hank, announces coin will vanish, coin falls off blade, magician pulls back hank and places coin on blade again, coin falls again, magician pulls back hank and replaces coin, coin falls again, magician pulls back hank and knife is gone. My Six Card Repeat--Al gives his presentation of this classic effect. Two Coins And A Wineglass--Quarter in wineglass shown, poured onto spectator's palm, glass inverted and placed over coin, magician shows smaller coin (a dime, for example) and vanishes it, smaller coin appears under wineglass next to quarter. The Peripatetic Dollar--Bill of any denomination is borrowed and placed between two playing cards, packet given a shake and bill is now on bottom of stack, effect is immediately repeated, then both cards are placed on top of the bill and the packet given a shake, bill penetrates up to middle of stack. Astral Ashes--Al's innovation on this classic is to have the name of the selection appear on the back of magician's business card, which then becomes a keepsake for the spectator. "Always On"--Various suggestions for impromptu effects with pens, business cards, etc. Appearing Cane Thoughts--Toss from one hand to the other, cane appears in midair, dove perched on cane flaps wings if in front of a boy but not a girl, silk picked up from table and tossed into air, changes to cane. Thank You Mr. Vernet--Several suggestions of uses for a Thumb Tip. Miscellaneous Mish Mosh--Various short suggestions for billiard balls, egg bag, sponge balls, etc. Wrist Tie Routine--Al's wrist tie routine, some nice bits of business here.
In the world of magic, the secret is told when the trick is sold. Accordingly, Magic Inc. has a strict no-refund policy. Thus, once you receive an item, you have access to the secrets included, and that is not something that we can get back from you. For this reason, we do not issue refunds and we do not exchange product that is in working order. However, if the merchandise should be defective, we will gladly replace it with a non-defective version of the same trick. No exceptions.
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