on the McCombical Deck by Billy McComb) A prediction card is
shown and you state that if the prediction turns out wrong you
will give everything in your wallet to the assisting spectator.
The prediction card is placed in view and you then show some
cards to the rest of the audience. THE CARDS ARE ALL THE SAME
(matches of the prediction card) You smile and say "I never
fail." This will evoke laughter. The unsuspecting spectator
is then told to select one of the cards and to name it aloud.
He names an entirely different card. It will look like you just
goofed, but when the prediction card is turned over IT MATCHES
THE CARD SELECTED.Great close up, walk around item. Can be examined.
- - - - Only $5
You tie a loose knot in
the center of a piece of rope and have a spectator cover the
knot with a hanky. Spectators then hold the ends of the rope.
You then borrow someone's finger ring and place it under the
cloth and pull off the cloth revealing the ring THREADED ON THE
ROPE AND TIED ON THE KNOT. Spectator unties the knot and removes
the ring from the rope.
This has fooled magicians.-
- - $12.00 -
ATLANTIS WATER MYSTERY
A POCKET WATER VANISH.
Water is slowly and openly poured into a small cup. The cup is
covered with a hanky and you tell a spectator to hold out a finger
straight up. You balance the cup on the extended finger tip and
tell the spectator to hold still. 1-2-3. you pull off the hanky
and the cup is seen inverted (inserted) on the spectator's finger
and it is absolutely EMPTY. NO SWITCHES.
Can be examined. - $10.00
Knife penetrates through
center of a dollar bill. When we showed it to Marvyn Roy he said
'The best I've seen!"
A dollar bill is plainly shown on both sides and folded in half.
One of the sides is folded over so the interior of the bill can
be seen. A strip of paper if wrapped around the center of the
bill and a solid steel knife is pushed right through the paper
and the center of the bill. The paper strip is removed and the
knife can be seen going right through the center of the bill
- ON BOTH SIDES. The paper is returned and the knife removed.
The paper has a hole on it but the bill is UNHARMED. You can
repeat it ALSO using a spectator's bill, folding both b ills
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. -
One of the items I always feature in walk around performances.
- - - - $20.00
BILL STACK MONTE
Three cards are
shown (let's say two blacks and a red) and can be examined. A
stack of bills is brought out as you wager a dollar that a spectator
cannot locate the odd (red) card when they are placed face down.
The odd card is placed in a certain position and the cards turned
over. Needless to say the spectator fails. This is repeated with
more wagers. ALWAYS UNDER YOUR CONTROL. A good demonstration
of the evils of gambling or the techniques of hustlers.
With necessary real bills - - - $ 15.00
By Ronnie Gann.
Grand daddy of all
card 'printing' effects. Four blank cards are shown on both sides
and a spectator selects one which is placed on the table. The
spectator then selects a card from a regular deck and places
it underneath the blank card on the table. You then turn over
the blank card and - THE BLANK CARD IS PRINTED WITH THE FACE
OF THE SELECTED CARD.
The blank back of the card is then printed in the same manner.
Easy, fast, to the point routine.
New Routine by Jim Rainho. Highly entertaining. - - - $6.00
is placed inside a coin folder where it is seen in the transparent
cellophane window. Suddenly the Penny vanishes without a trace.
The coin folder can be examined.
Blink and you will miss it -
It's that fast. Only- $6.00
Combine BLINK, TOM THUMB
COIN BAG and PASS OUT into a nice coin routine . SHOW THE BAG
(TOM THUMB) EMPTY AND PLACE IT ON A SPECTATOR'S THUMB. VANISH
A PENNY WITH THE COIN FOLDER (BLINK) AND IT APPEARS IN THE BAG.
THE LAST COIN (A HALF DOLLAR)FROM THE BAG IS USED FOR PASS OUT.
CARD PUZZLE & PREDICTION
By Savil of Portugal.
spectator assembles four pieces of a cut up card (ala jig saw)
depicting the back of a playing card. You tell spectators that
the face of the card is a prediction of a cared to be selected
from a regular deck. A card is selected and placed aside without
being looked at. The puzzle pieces are then scattered and turned
face up. The spectator is told to reassemble the pieces but the
complete card is assembled using ONLY THREE PIECES. Weird!! The
card is compared with the selected card but THEY DO NOT MATCH.
"Something is wrong." you say, "And why this extra
piece?" You turn over the extra piece and IT REVEALS THE
SELECTED CARD.. - $10.00
to change one item to another. See full description in the PROP
you need to light a cigarette or a candle, or merely set something
afire, you bring out a cigarette lighter, strike it, but it does
not work You then pass your hand over the lighter and it changes
into a box of matches. EXCELLENT.
Three effects with
special printed cards. Good comedy. Not X rated, just cute patter.
#1 THE ALL AMERICAN BOY- The sweet innocence of youth is shown
until the boy discovers the girl next door. He tries to trap
her but traps himself.
#2 BLIND DATE - Five cards with pretty girls and one ugly girl
are shown. A spectator has a choice of any card but always winds
up with the ugly girl.
#3 - THE PICK UP You tell story of the poker game where you won
a lot of money and went out to celebrate - and found yourself
in a motel room with a young lady. When you woke up the next
morning the girl was gone as was your money - All you got was
the proverbial Royal - .
With three sets of special printed cards - Only $20.00
WILD (MONEY CARD)
By Rovit of Portugal.
playing cards are shown front and back, one is a high card, one
is a low card. The cards are flipped over. "NOW WHICH ONE
IS THE WINNING CARD?" you ask. No matter what card the spectator
selects - he loses. A folded bill is always found UNDER THE WINNING
Cute Deuces Wild Gag. - $6.00
a small vinyl card case you remove an empty envelope which you
place on the table. You then remove three cards, leaving the
card case empty. You show the three cards; let's say that they
are two black spot cards and a red Queen . The Queen is placed
between the other two and all inserted into the envelope with
a large hole in the center. ABRACADABRA! When the cards are removed
the Queen is no longer between the black spot cards - it is on
the outside. The envelope is shown empty. The cards are returned
to the envelope and you state that you will make the Court card
return to the center - but when the cards are removed from the
envelope, there are only two cards. The envelope seems empty
- nothing shows through the hole in its center. Perplexed you
look into the envelope. AHA! There is something inside - you
remove it - IT IS THE COURT CARD'S OUTER EDGES - A FRAME. A spectator
looks inside the card case and the center of the card is found
in one of the case's pockets - in full view - under the vinyl
A great close-up
item and JUST...........$15.00
AVAILABLE IN JUMBO CARDS - WITH A DIFFERENT METHOD.
cards shown. You explain that one of the cards has a large X
printed on the back. You say that you are going to control someone's
mind and have him pick THE ONE CARD WITH THE X ON TH E BACK.
A spectator is told to select one of the cards. Sure enough the
card he selects is shown with the x on the back. The other backs
are shown. AN EXCELLENT FAST OPENER FOR a program of mentalism.
- Poker size. - $6.00
#160 - JUMBO
cards. - $12.00
FIFTY TWO ON ONE PLUS -
Great comedy with the 52 on 1 Card with surprise finale An envelope
with a prediction is tossed on the table and a spectator is asked
to select a card from a regular deck. You tell the spectator
to name the selected card as you remove the prediction from the
envelope. You show the prediction card - it has an entire deck
(52 cards) printed on it and you point to the named card. "How
else?" you ask. OH THE GROANS - BUT IT IS REAL FUNNY. "Well
if that's the way you feel about it, the heck with hit."
you comment as you toss the card on the table. BUT BEHOLD - the
card now only has ONE CARD face printed on it - THE SELECTED
CARD. EXCELLENT -- And only - $5.00
#174 - Half way Aviator Bridge size - $6.00
#175 - Rough & Smooth Aviator Bridge - $10.00
#176 - Half Way Bicycle Poker size - $10.00
#177 - Rough & Smooth Bicycle Poker Size - $15.00
FOR OTHER CARD
TRICK DECKS AND REGULAR CARDS -
See PROP PAGE
cards are shown, one being an odd colored card which is placed
in the center of the other two. Each card has a small hole on
a corner. A string is threaded through the holes trapping the
cards together. They are dropped into an envelope with the ends
of the string remaining on the outside. A magic word and the
string is pulled out - the center card has escaped from the string
and is found alone in the envelope. Examinable.
Good close-up. - $6.00
GREAT NEEDLE TRICK
regular sewing needle is threaded on a piece of thread . A spectator
holds the ends of the thread as you insert the point of the needle
into the material of your jacket, or use a piece of cloth. You
reach inside and pull on the needle pulling the thread partly
into the material, with spectator still holding the ends of the
thread. You then command the spectator to pull on the thread.
The thread emerges from the material without the needle. Your
hand comes out holding it. The needle and thread can be examined.
GYPSY COIN ROUTINE
coin routine full of mystery, surprises and entertainment. A
marked dime and two pennies are dropped into a small gold cup.
The cup is inverted on the table. When the cup is lifted up -
the dime has vanished. Only the two pennies remain. which are
dropped back into the cup by a spectator. You say that you will
attempt to bring back the dime - but OOPS! the cup vanishes.
You then bring out a little cloth bag all tied up at the neck.
The bag is opened and inside is the missing gold cup. INSIDE
THE CUP IS ANOTHER SECURELY TIED SMALL BAG. INSIDE THIS BAG IS
THE MISSING MARKED DIME.
Complete with all necessary props. - - - - - - - - $20.00
HALF IN HALF
magic that is bound to please!
You wrap a half dollar coin in a small piece of paper and place
it into a coin envelope. A spectator then cut the envelope in
half with a pair of scissors. When the two halves of the envelope
are tipped over, out fall TWO QUARTERS, one from each half of
the envelope. TRULY A HALF IN HALF. Everything can be examined.
IT EMPLOYS A NEW COIN FOLD- An excellent effect for only - -
THIS IS EXACTLY IT!
the cards from a box of (let's say) Bicycle red backed cards
and show them. A CARD IS SELECTED WHILE CARDS ARE FACED UP. The
card is signed or marked by the spectator and returned, reversed,
to the center of the deck. The cards are placed back in the box
and another box of (let's say) Aviator blue back cards is brought
out. The Bicycle cards are placed away and the Aviator box opened and the cards removed.
The cards are spread out and in the center is a reversed Aviator
THE SPECTATOR REMOVES IT
IT IS HIS SELECTED CARD.
- - WITH HIS MARK ON IT.
SELECTED CARD IS NOW AN AVIATOR CARD.
---------AT THE START, THE BACKS OF THE RED BICYCLE CARDS ARE
that the second box of cards is brought out before the first
box is placed away. - - - - - THIS IS GOOD! No card palming or
difficult sleights, just basic card handling - - - - $25.00
TWIST ON AN OLD 'BETCHA' GAME" The object is to get the
odd chip on the bottom.
Show a stack of small poker chips with an odd colored chip on
the bottom. You and spectator remove chips alternately, one or
two chips at a time., YOU ALWAYS GET THE ODD COLORED CHIP on
the bottom, no matter who starts to pick up.
GOOD BAR PUZZLE------------------ONLY