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Jimmy Lee
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Guys, just would like to hear some views on what are some of your favourite parlour props you had ever owned. Both Adult and Children Parlour shows...

Some of my Favourites...

a) Mikame Sucker Box
b) Ton Onasaka's Rainbox Cube
c) Cube thru Wand
d) Block thru Rope
e) Got it covered
f) Missing Spades
g) TV card frame
h) Spirited hand......

I can go on and on...

Let's hear some of yours!
Magically Yours,

a guy from a tropical island in South East Asia
..oops...where did he disappeared to????
John Zander
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Thank you,

John Zander


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John Zander


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my favorite is vanishing coke bottle
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Sucker Die Box, Topsy Turvey Bottles and The Egyptian Water Box and of course the Temple Screen. Smile
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On 2002-06-04 20:56, dmb1025 wrote:
my favorite is vanishing coke bottle

me too!! Smile
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A solid brass ring for a ring and rope routine. It is handsome, examinable, simple. Tannen's used to sell the two I have.
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The first really "pro quality" effects I bought (after I outgrew the kiddie "magic sets"): it's called "What's Next". (there is also a more recent version that looks like a domino). It's at least 20 years old and has only needed a little glue to keep the spots on. Works as good today as it did 20 years ago.
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My best trick on parlor is the ultimate dancing hank.
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Chen Lee water suspension. (sentimental)

Straight jacket. (non gimmick)
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Razorblade stand & stage blood
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David Regal's There And Back.

Pavel's Invisible Rope.
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Malini Egg Bag.
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Daryl's Fantastic Knot
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Rope routine
Linking Rings
A deck of cards
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Some that I have used:
Boretti's Vanishing Champagne Bottle
Silk Vanishing Gun (from Germany - circa 1976)
Leopard Silk (or Polka Dotted Silk?)
Chaplin's Candle

Others that I have seen and coveted:
Jumbo Sidekick
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Missing Spade for adults/older kids
Kovari's Turbo Bunny for kids
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Supreme Slate of Mind (mental epic)
Cups & Balls

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Ultimate Three Fly
Confabulous (Ron Wilson book)

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Linking Rings
Thought Transmitter!!!
Blamo Box
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A very old copper magic teapot (a UF Grant original) and water penetration glasses for what is becoming my signature parlor routine.
Author of Illusions of Influence, a treatise on Equivoque.
PM me for details and availability.
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