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mbwambwa
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I was at a fireman's benefit magic show at the University of Penn sometime around 1997. One of the acts was Jonathan David Bass. Another one was an "older" couple who I believe we're British, and I can't for the life of me remember who they were. I know they did a comedy magic act that involved her being stuffed into a metal garbage can and then reappearing somewhere else in the theater. I know this is compelled random, but hoping someone might know who they were. I think they were married.

Thanks very much.
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Comedy British? Jimmy Carlo and Crystal were married once, but that wouldn't be the act as described - I SUSPECT the act may be from scotland, he runs one of the magic companies online and my brain has now gone into meltdown trying to remember the name. I'll get back to you!
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Paul Nardini was the name I was struggling for - runs Alakazam
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On Mar 27, 2015, AidanHeritage wrote:
Paul Nardini was the name I was struggling for - runs Alakazam


Do you mean Peter Nardi?
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