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My favourite props for parlour include the 3 "R"s:

- Rings
- Rope
- Rocky

I'd be remiss if I didn't also add:

- French Arm Chopper
- Temple Screen
- 18" silks
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Let's see, what's my favorite parlour prop?

-linking rings
-professor's nightmare
-multiplying billiard ball's
-rope tricks
-ultimate epic
-needle thru arm Smile
-straight jacket
-ultimate airbourne
-french head chopper
-polka dot silk
-snowstorm in china
-3-card prince (ala Harry Anderson)

Gee. the list could go on. Smile

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Dan Monroe
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Lets see....
McCombical Prediction (Jumbo size)
Bob Sheets Hang'em High
Disecto Wrist chopper
Baffling Bra

As you can see I do a lot of comedy magic. Smile
The power is within us all...I'm just a little more full of it.
Ty Argo
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- Dean's Box
- Die Box
- Strat-O-Sphere
- Temple Screen
- Doves to Rabbit
Dyslexics UNTIE!!
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-Card in picture frame.
-Hand-cuff, pickpocket, straightjacket routine.
-Color changing shoelaces.
-Rope thru neck.
-Head twister. (Mak magic)
-Hang 'em high.

Johnny Mystic Smile
I drink cheap tequila and vomit
<BR>I cannot eat hot wings...acid reflux
<BR>I never inhale Smile
<BR>I can put a field dress on a deer
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My now-priceless Don Redmon Square Circle, which (like an absolute MORON!) I sold to someone for next-to-nothing in 1973.
Tim Taylor
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Wolfs Magic...
-Blow your Stack
-ABC Gumball Recombobulator (done with the Lean Board and Bubble Gum coils)
-Balloon Wand
-Chicken Sword (WOW!)

Devin Knights...
-Ultimate Milk to Light Bulb

Sean Bogunia's...
-Ultimate Hank
-Animated Hank
-Impossible Hank
-Phychic Clock

-Living Arm Illusion (animated arm)

-Silk Thru Mirror (animated)
-Mystery Key Chain (rectangular block of wood with key chain that moves around)


Collectors Workshop...
-Bunny Box (take rabbit out of box, set him on top, roll rabbit up in newspaper and rip him in half. Show he has dissapeared and he reappears in a Chalet Duck Bucket that a kid has had his feet on the whole time after I have shown it empty)

Pete Biro...
-Plumber Sticks

Tim Starr's...
Mutalated Parasol

-Chattering Teeth (one of the first made, looks like a small orange crate)

-Chair suspension

Whit Hayden..
-Teleportation Device

Martin Lewis...
-TechniColor Prediction

The ones who's makers don't come to mind...
-Appearing Ladder from Briefcase
-Tape Recorded Prediction
-Sands of the Desert

Almost forgot!
Murder Inc.

You really get my mileage out of these!

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•Low Profile Dove Pan routine done with kids and Animal Balloons.
We dance an invisible dance to music they cannot hear.
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Cups and Balls and my All time fav illusion - Chen Li Water Suspension!
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Without question the "Lumball Machine"
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Cotton Gin it's a version of the coffee vase that turns cotton into gin. It was an annodised spun aluminum coctail shaker,came with a realy awful tube made out af an oat meal box. The prop was clever, well made, looked great, after I cover the cover tube contact paper,produced four cups of hot coffee from burning cotton. I don't know who made it, and I've never seen another one. My favorite parlor EFFECT is Scoty Yorks rising cards under the dome.
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Brent McLeod
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Favourites-Tough to pick but here goes!!

"Chinese Linking Rings

"Silk to Egg / Silk Vanish-TT

"Chair Suspension
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Profile of Dawai
My favorite Parlor effect, Mikami Dye Box, Mikami production, and Mikami Treasure Box. These boxes are also well made.
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Mine is Murphy's Chest ( My all time favorite ) use it as a big signiture the 1000 euro challange!

And my other favorite is Mikame silk through that effect .
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Wow! Great ideas! Ditto's to many of 'em.

I also love the Dream Bag for just about any audience.

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My Strat-O-Sphere
Peanut Butter and Jelly Illusion
My Hummer Card Routine (Kid Show kiler!)
Steven Steele
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Fantastic Knot
Deluxe Wonder Box
Pom Pon Stick
Coram Deo
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This might be more menatlism than parlor, but my favorite is Deathtrap by Hocus Pocus. Not the one they have now, but the one they were selling about 5 years ago.

Blows 'em away every time!

Mike McErlain
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Dean's Box
any Die Box
any Nest of Boxes routine
Father Photius
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A box that Abbots sent me a zombie in. I made a sort of variation on Squared circle out of it to produce things, and did a 20 minute routine with it. Think I had $1.75 into it counting the cost of paint.
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