Peter Warlock's legendary monthly magazine NEW PENTAGRAM ran for 20 years. During those two decades some of the finest close-up and stage magic of the period was explained in its pages. I have selected TEN routines for each volume (in chronological order), so you should expect 20 DVDs dedicated to this great magazine.
You will have: Card tricks, mental effects, coin routines, tricks with rings, etc, from magicians like Alex Elmsley, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Francis Haxton, Ian Adair, Al Koran, Eddie Joseph, Ali Bongo, Milton Kort, Arthur Carter, Robert Neale, Peter Kane, Jack Avis and many more!
MIRRORS, MIRRORS (Michael Symes): A card is chosen from a red deck. Two blue-backed Jokers are shown and they take the reflection of the chosen card, both changing into that card!
SEPARATE COLORS (Francis Haxton): A spectator separates the red cards from the black by inserting a joker exactly between the two sections of colors!
A CARD SANDWICH (Victor Monleon): A selected card vanishes from between the red Queens (or any pair) and then reappears between them again!
CHANGE ALLEY (Tudor Brock): A coin (say half-dollar) placed in a handkerchief changes places with a different coin (say English penny) placed in another handkerchief!
STILL ANOTHER LIE DETECTOR (Jon Racherbaumer): A self-working and easy version of the classic theme!
KING-CURRENCE (Jon Racherbaumer): The four Kings from a red deck and the four Kings from a blue deck are used to perform this fantastic routine in three different phases!
AMBITIOUS TRANSPO (H. Nicholls Harley): Two cards placed in the middle of two packets jump to the top of the opposite packet where they were placed!
THE CHAMELEON BACKS (Michael Symes): Four Aces are seen to have red backs, then green backs and finally blue backs. At the end the cards can be examined!
COLOR FORECAST (Francis Haxton): A spectator picks seven cards at random and you predicted how many reds and how many blacks the packet contains!
ALONG THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD (Leslie May): A clever method to force any card!
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 24 January, 2014.