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I will go with Tommy Wonder...after all he is the greatest magician in the world!

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On 2004-10-13 13:23, shomemagic wrote:
I will go with Tommy Wonder...after all he is the greatest magician in the world!

Have you seen his floating bolowing ball effect? Looks cool.
"Tell Em WR sent Ya."
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where did you see the floating bowling ball?
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Sorry its not a bowling ball it called Sphere. Saw it here
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I can't believe that thinking back through all the videos I have seen, I am still drawn to the first real magic tape I saw (besides 25 tricks with a ...) Michael Ammar's Magic Mastery & You. Just the fact that he explains what the topit was worth the price of the tape for me.
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Dean Dills "extreme Dean set"
and also Richard Osterlind's Mind Mysteries
Both are terrific entertainment as well as having beaut routines to learn
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I'd 'vote' for Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Magic and Daryl's Card Revelations. Really great DVDs and worth every cent! Go for it!
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Everything of Dean Dills, Brainstorm, On The Loose Bill Malone and Anything of David Regals!
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Along with great material, it's also important to see the performer in action. I would say that the first two David Williamson videos (now DVDs) are incredibly good for both entertainment and awesome magic
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Sal Piacente - Expert Card Magic Vol 1 and 2
Garry Ouellet - Very best of Ouellet vol 3
Bills 100%
Olmac - Control Freak
Twist of Fate - Paul Wilson
The Card Artistry Of Andrew Wimhurst
Master Card Technique Routines with Andy Edmuller
Frank Simon - versatille card magic
Bastard Hard Moves Made Easy " Killer Video"
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Dai Vernon Revelations and Andrew Galloway’s John Ramsay tapes. The best of all times. The rest are all second rate. Old school baby.
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My vote on "on the loose" with Bill Malone,hilarious performence,and in fact,his tricks are not very hard to do.
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Now that I've had it in my hands a few weeks, and reallllly gone through it, I can state that my favorite magic DVD is *Anywhere - Anytime Close-up Magic*. Reasons: It covers a wide range of magic, combines text and video (no more fighting over which is better), and teaches much more than just "the secrets." For instance, there's an hour of on-the-job performance videos (not studio audiences, but real customers in a real restaurant) in which one can study misdirection, audience control, body language, etc. With this "advice" and 42 pieces of magic (and the 27 books) it's like having a career instruction kit.

I'm not sure if it counts as a vote for a single DVD though, since it includes two DVDs and can come with a CD (for people without DVD-reading computers).

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My vote goes to Osterlind's ETMMM!

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Jim Magus' Video - A GREAT primer on how bizarre magick should be created and presented.
In the shadows, just on the edge of your nightmares. That's where you'll find me.
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Just got a look at Johnny Thompson's Commercial Classics. What a delightful performer, what great tricks. You don't even need to see the explanations to feel like you got your money's worth--but the explanations are there, and they'll give you tons of great material to work on!

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Osterlind, both series.
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Both Classics;
Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights
Jeff McBride the Art of Card Manipulation Series
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Derren Brown, Bill Malone DVDs and Greg Wilson DVDs to learn how to perform with confidence. You can actually scoop an ounce of confidence from them.
Ammar and Daryl for everything about magic. Smile
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Osterlind Mind Mysteries 1-3.... it was after this purchase that my wife (as well as rooms full of people) began to be impressed with my strange hobby.
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