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Lot 3 DVD World Greatest Magic N°1

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THE COLLINS' ACES In 1912, legendary British conjuror Stanley Collins invented a card trick where the four Aces inexplicably vanished almost in plain sight of the spectators. The trick (versions of which were originally named, alternatively, the Omega Ace Trick and the Omega Ace Trick) immediately caught the attention of the magic world as no gaffed cards were utilized - just an ordinary shuffled deck. Through the years, the trick became referred to by its originator's name - the Collins' Aces - and it still remains a revered part of just about every notable card worker's repertoire.

On this DVD, you'll see six different magicians, each with their own spin on this classic of card magic. Martin Lewis has made the Collins' Aces a featured part of his close-up repertoire for some time, featuring his finale where the Aces are rediscovered after their vanish by simply spelling to them. Martin is here to disclose all of the minute details of his singular handling. Bill Malone is next with his take on Martin Lewis' version of the trick, featuring some great flourishes you'll want to add to your card handling arsenal. Legendary bar magician J. C. Wagner's version features adds an Ace assembly finish to the Collins trick while Michael Ammar has some additional touches on the Martin Lewis version. Alex Elmsley has his own spelling finish that, when it was first committed to video, delighted a room full of very well-posted magicians. You'll find the complete explanation here. To finish, Jim Swain adds a delightful poker deal finish.

The Collins' Aces has become a classic for good reason. It's mystifying for an audience and genuinely fun and satisfying to perform. It's even been said that it's the best four-Ace trick you can do with a regular deck of cards - and you'll find six very compelling and convincing arguments for that position on this DVD.

  • Spelling Collins' Aces - Martin Lewis
  • Collins/Lewis Vanishing Aces - Bill Malone
  • J. C. On Collins' Aces - J. C. Wagner
  • Spelling Collins' Aces - Michael Ammar
  • Collinspell - Alex Elms

THE WILD CARD

Imagine owning the most comprehensive magic book ever written. This would surely be a treasured possession for any magician with each chapter focusing on a single aspect of the craft and the very best routines ever created for it. That's the idea behind L&L Publishing's critically-acclaimed DVD series, The World's Greatest Magic by the World's Greatest Magicians. Each volume is like another chapter in the world's best magic book. Featuring in-depth exposition and instruction on some of magic's most cherished and classic effects by its most-talented practitioners, this unprecedented series represents an essential reference work for anyone interested in the magical arts, regardless of their skill level.

In 1962, British magician Peter Kane invented a trick that he named Watch the Ace! The effect was reworked and subsequently renamed Wild Card by Frank Garcia and very quickly became a sensation in the magic world. In fact, the Magic Dealers Association named it as the best-selling card trick for 1963, and with good reason. Very few effects in card magic are as visual as Wild Card, where several different cards successively change to match one odd card.

On this DVD, you'll find seven master magicians each with their own interpretation of this classic small packet trick. Steve Dacri begins with a highly commercial version where the magician's signature appears on a number of cards that have previously been shown blank. Up next, Tommy Wonder's version is a tour-de-force of routining that also makes it perfect for strolling magic situations. In Harry Allen's performance, blank cards all change to match the one odd card while Eric DeCamps changes a packet of jokers into seven Threes of Hearts to show, in a highly visual finale, why 21 gets the big money. Boris Wild changes several double-backed cards, and eventually the entire deck, to match a free selection while Darwin Ortiz performs and teaches what has become a modern-day classic version of the Wild Card effect. Finally, Scotty York gets behind the bar and shows off his very dramatic version of Peter Kane's Gypsy Curse.

Wild Card belongs on the very short list of tricks that look like real magic to laypeople and on this DVD, you'll find seven of the very best versions of this effect ever created.

  • Signature Wild Card - Steve Dacri
  • The Tamed Card - Tommy Wonder
  • Blanco - Harry Allen
  • Jokers are Wild - Eric De Camps
  • Wild Wild Card - Boris Wild
  • Darwin's Wild Card - Darwin Ortiz
  • Curse of the Gypsies - Scotty York

Running Time Approximately: 1hr 35min

SILK MAGIC VOLUME 1

Les tissus font partie de l'arsenal des magiciens depuis le XVIe siècle, mais ce n'est qu'au milieu du XVIIIe siècle que les mouchoirs en soie ont fait leur apparition en tant qu'appareils magiques. La première utilisation de mouchoirs en soie dans la littérature magique a été faite par Robert-Houdin pour un tour de disparition de mouchoir (qui coïncidait également avec l'invention de la première tirette). Le premier tour complet utilisant des mouchoirs en soie a été exécuté par de Kolta et publié dans Later Magic du professeur Hoffman en 1903. A partir de ce moment-là, les tours et les routines utilisant des soies sont devenus une partie très commune des numéros des prestidigitateurs.

Dans ce DVD, vous verrez une variété de façons intelligentes et magiques d'utiliser les mouchoirs en soie. Daryl commence avec un tissu qui a l'étrange capacité non seulement de piéger les fantômes mais aussi de trouver des cartes à jouer sélectionnées. Ensuite, Fielding West présente sa version très drôle du classique Color Changing Silk, tandis qu'Henry Evans produit un véritable tissu de soie à partir d'une photographie. Michael Ammar présente et enseigne son effet caractéristique de dollars en argent passant à travers un foulard transparent, tandis que Dai Vernon fait la démonstration d'un faux nœud très utile. Ensuite, Paul Wilson fait sauter instantanément et visiblement un anneau de métal solide sur un tissu de soie tandis que Dan Harlan montre un magnifique intermède de production de soie. Enfin, Petrick et Mia font sauter magiquement un nœud d'une soie diaphane à une autre.

La magie de la soie est un enchantement, une beauté et, comme le prouvent les artistes de ce DVD, elle est extrêmement polyvalente. Apprenez n'importe lequel de ces effets et vous aurez dans votre répertoire un classique de la magie qui étonnera et ravira n'importe quel public.

Soie spectrale - Daryl
Soie changeante - Fielding West
Photo 3D - Henry Evans
Pièces de monnaie à travers la soie - Michael Ammar
Pièces de monnaie à travers la soie - Michael Ammar
Pièces de monnaie à travers la soie. Michael Ammar
Le nœud de Berg - Dai Vernon
L'anneau de soie - Paul Wilson
Le rêve d'argent - Dan Harlan
Le nœud de saut - Petrick et Mia
L'anneau de soie - Paul Wilson
L'anneau de soie - Dan Harlan

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