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tboehnlein
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Doc's Bar Magic
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Johnny Thompson's Classics of Magic and Richard Osterlind's DVDS.

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Darwin Ortiz 4-DVD set: Scams and Fantasies with Cards.
26 killer card routines.
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I have to go with Tommy Wonders "Visions of Wonder"
He is absolutely superb. His show segments are still very entertaining magic even after you have gone through the explanations.
Magic is fun!!!
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I have the Bill Malone series and I think it is great. I haven't seen the Tommy Wonder series yet, but by the sound of this thread, it is a "must have"!

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Hey Rich!
Difficult instructions I see. I like Vernons Revelations for the depth of wisdom imparted.
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Mental Mysteries by richard osterlind in particular I like the vol.1 of this serie"
Kozmo
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Cellini, art of street performing...of course theres a little bias there....

lol

I need money!

lol


henry Smile
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On 2005-07-15 10:12, tedb wrote:
Cellini, art of street performing...of course theres a little bias there....

lol

I need money!

lol


henry Smile

Harharharhar.. Smile

Nothing wrong with any of Cellini's stuff..it represents a lifetime of performing!


What about captureing anything of the stuff a guy named *Kozmo* does?
He's said to do pretty well???
I just wonder.. Smile
Would love to se his work...can't be that tough to persuade him to do a DVD? Smile
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Ya know, we have talked about it...BUT I would like to be able to comtribute more than I can at this time...i have some stuff that's good BUT

ya know when I'm an old guy I will do it and maybe lecture then...i still have a lot to learn

thanks for those kind words though
koz
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I'll go with Maven's VideoMind series. Some usable stuff there.
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Alex Ng
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Without doubt!

Visions of Wonder by Tommy Wonder!!!
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Dai Vernon's Relevations.
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Of the videos I have in my collection, Osterlind's Mind Mysteries and Jeff McBride's Art of Card Manipulation are without a doubt my favorite.

I may have to look into the Visions of Wonder series, however.

Thanks

Tony
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I don't have many "series"... but I like Bill Malone's "On the Loose". I also like Ed Marlo's "The Cardician" and "The Legend", although I'm not sure if you can call these a series.

I'm thinking that my next favorite series are going to be "the Daniel Garcia project" and Paul Harris' upcoming DVDs "True Astonishments". Smile
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Despite the fact that I'm strictly a performer of mentalism, I'd have to say that I've always loved to watch the old Martin Nash videos. No one can routine a close-up show quite the way he does. He has a special talent for creating flow and continuity from one routine to the next, more so than any other performer I've seen.

There are quite a few other videos I'd love to mention (for other reasons), but I'm playing by the rules in this thread, and just naming one.

Ben Blau
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Daryl´s Encyclopedia of card sleights
Al Straker
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Most entertaining magician to watch - Tommy Wonder.
Most material I will use - Mind Mysteries.

Cheers,
Al
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Tommy Wonder- Visions of Wonder
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Ammar's ETMCM Vols 1 thru 6 followed by Aldo's Lasting Impressions.
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