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The Secrets of Thumb Tips Learn a classic of card magic that your audience will remember forever.
If you could have one set of magic DVDs, this would be it! This benchmark collection features just about all of magics most enduring and classic effects and routines. It's a fabulous compendium with many of the top masters in the world of magic teaching their handlings and routines for some of magics classics. Linking rings, sponge balls, metal bending, cups and balls, thumb tips, Zombie, color-changing knives, and many, many more topics are all gathered in this one terrific DVD reference set. Each volume covers a specific subject and features new, old, and sometimes rare footage by some of the top video producers in magic.
The thumb tip is one of the most utilized and valuable gimmicks in magic but it also wins the title of perhaps its most badly used. However, the thumb tip, despite repeated exposures, can still create miracles when used properly and judiciously.
On this DVD, youll see ways to use a thumb tip that youve never dreamed of. Michael Ammar presents a poignant story with just a few coins that your audience will always remember. Richard Osterlind tears open a signed packet of sugar substitute and miraculously restores it while Roger Klause conjures silver coins from thin air with just a borrowed dollar bill. If you think you know the traditional vanishing handkerchief, youre about to be badly fooled by Alexander de Cova and Paul Wilson. Jeff Sheridan offers his versions of two classic thumb tip pieces while Ted Lesley and Dan Harlan demonstrate effects suitable for a stand-up performance. Larger stage tricks like 20th Century Silks and Blendo are turned into powerful close-up effects by Fernando Keops and Steve Dacri and Al Schneider performs a quaint mystery with nothing more than a borrowed dime. Rounding out this set is Paul Diamond with a post-graduate course in thumb tip work with finesses that will vastly improve your own handling of this marvelous tool.
Donât be misled by those who dismiss the thumb tip as old school. There are a dozen performers and 14 performances and explanations here that provide conclusive evidence that thereâs still a lot of magical life left in this wonderful utility gimmick.
Michael Ammar- 41-cent Miracle
Richard Osterlind-Sweet and Low
Roger Klause - The Miser's Cornucopia
Alexander de Cova-Purse Swindle
Ted Lesley-Coin Through Sleeves
Al Schneider-Vanishing Dime
Jeff Sheridan-Cigarette in the Coat
Alexander der Cova - Blank Cheque Transpo
Fernando Keops - Mini 20th Century
Jeff Sheridan - ishing and Reappearing Water
Paul Diamond - Thumb Tip Lecture
Steve Dacri - Mini Blendo
Paul Wilson - Tipless
Dan Harlan - World's Saddest Trick
Running Time Approximately 1 hr 40 min
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