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. Thanks to Lybrary.com for permission to use the effects and to do this project.
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!
MURDER BY SUGGESTION (Stewart James): Two cards are used to find a murder suspect!
DOUBLY IMPOSSIBLE II (Michael Symes): Two selected ESP symbols are predicted by you!
THREE INTO ONE (Jack Avis): A stunning routine with a series of revelations using just a regular deck of cards!
AUSTROLOGY (Max Maven): An easy routine with cards that can be done also over the phone (you could use Tarot cards, Zodiac sign cards, etc.)!
BEAUTY AND BOTTLE (Someran): A fun routine to perform using cards with bottles and ...girls!
ONE MORE LIE DETECTOR (Bob Neale): A packet of four Kings and four Queens is used as a computer to detect the validity of a spectator's response to three questions and to locate his mentally selected card!
JACOB'S ELEVATOR (Hans Trixer): A clever routine on the classic theme of the ELEVATOR, where four cards pass from top to bottom and vice versa and reverse in the middle of the deck!
MATH MURDER (Max Maven): A ghost (?) reveals on a board a number selected by a spectator!
OPEN INTRUDER (Alex Elsmley): A FREELY selected card is the only one with a different colored back in the entire deck. A great variation of the classic Open Prediction theme!
WHERE IS IT? (Victor Monleon): A spectator selects a card. He cuts some cards and counts them secretly, let's say 9. Then his card appears at the 9th position!
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 17 February, 2014.