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Pete Biro
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On 2007-12-06 01:39, Alan Munro wrote:
The Danny Archer routine is one of the newer ones and was a joy to watch.

I prefer to use sponge balls with the plot. I learned my routine from a Dick Stoner tape and have been performing it for years. The finale is priceless!

BTW, I use a fish net, as used to scoop fish from an aquarium, as the net in the routine.
Check out Tim Hannig's kid show routine in " Magic" Feb 2002, pg.79. Terrific.
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On 2007-12-16 07:51, leaycraft wrote:
I have viewed the 'world's greatest...: 3 ball trick and the Johnny Thompson routine is indeed superb.


What "World's Greatest" video is the 3 ball routine on?
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Bill
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On 2009-06-26 21:26, videoman wrote:
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On 2007-12-16 07:51, leaycraft wrote:
I have viewed the 'world's greatest...: 3 ball trick and the Johnny Thompson routine is indeed superb.


What "World's Greatest" video is the 3 ball routine on?
Thanks,
Bill


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Marlo's routine, "Silver Spheres" was in his one man parade in June 1957 Linking Ring. It was reprinted by Jon Racherbaumer in the book, "Arcade Dreams".
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James Prince's latest offering, Menu of Miracles 3, has a nice 3 ball (but no net) routine on it.
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Bob Sheets has a version in his recent DVDs. The balls across is about the same as the others but he has a pretty cool production of the three balls at the start.
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The trick also had grand children with a comparable coins effect using a sheer scarf
Several good performers like Michael Ammar came up with very interesting solutions.

We may find ideas in getting back and forth between the renditions of the balls and the coins solutions.

Now I love Johnny Thompson's DVD on the Mora's routine and I love him as a man who has a uniquely kind, modest and interesting way of presenting effects... maybe just because he "was drawn that way".

I cannot resist saluting here a great friend and a great magician who will go down in history for having exemplified a key generation of the magic family.
Magic is the art of proving impossible things in parallel dimensions that can't be reached
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