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Paul
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Who are you referring to Dr. Pepper? Twin Cities as mentioned a few posts back or someone else?

Paul.
martini
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I think Dr. Pepper may be referring to U.S. Toy, they have probably enough Supreme Magic props to fill a Walmart. Phillip Klein is the person you need to talk to at U.S. Toy as he is the only one who knows where all the Supreme props are at. At one point, U.S. Toy was taking 40% of all the runs that Edwin used to make for about 7 years, that is a lot of magic! If you are looking for any old Supreme items, then Phillip is the guy you need to talk to first.
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gavilondo
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Friends,
I have the fondest memories of Edwin Hooper, whom I never had the privilege of meeting in person. He was a wonderful man and I'm deeply grateful to him.
I published dozens of my best routines in Magigram between 1975 and 1990 or so...
Unfortunately, I lost my Magigram collection when I managed to leave my native Cuba in 1993 and travel to Madrid, where I now live.
I am now retired from magic.
I would like very much to write a book on my magic and would be very thankful if anybody who has a Magigram collection can send me scanned or photo copies of my published routines.
Some of my routines were also published in Supreme books... I would need these too.
I will of course pay for all expenses and will give due credit in my book.
I'll appreciate any reply on this.

Thanks.
Luis
Ars longa, vita brevis.
houdini
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I own an original Supreme The Prince & The Pumpkin. Bought it sometime back in early 70s or late 60s. I still looks in great condition and is a good alt. to the Hippity Hop Rabbits. The edges of the cards are a little chipped but a wide Sharpie made them look new again. I also have a Rings 'N Things Magic Chop in its original red bag that has inside the bag a white label that says "Hand Made by"(gold letters) Rings 'N Things"(red letters). IMO this chop cup out surpasses any other chop cup Ive seen on the market. At a local ring auction, I showed these items to a dealer and he said they were not worth very much because very many were made when these 2 original companys existed. I strongly disagreed and I think I will keep these in my magic arsenal as long as I am able to physically perform them.
Jim. Thats me on the left,Everyone should know the other guy!
Saint-Pol
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They made some amazing items......
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