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George50
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It was a small shop but the people that ran it were nice I just don't remember the name of the place.
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What time frame, George? I remember on on Ventura Blvd. in the 1980's.
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George50
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It was in the late 80's
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I believe it was called Magic World, 10122 Topanga Canyon, Chatsworth, CA. They closed sometime in the early to mid 2000's. You are right, they great folks to deal with.
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George50
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Thank you yes that was the place. What ever happened to the people that ran it?
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Sorry, I have no idea. Rich Raven, a past member of IBM ring 280, used to work there but I lost track of him about the same time.
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Definitely Magic World. The shop on Ventura Blvd. was called Magic Emporium, owned by Gary and Paula Wolfsberger, then Paula and Ken Gross. They had a four stores (Thousand Oaks, Montrose, Granada Hills, and Tarzana) and split them up when they split up. Worked there in the early 80's. Gary released a fabulous Ball and Cone routine plus a great Ambitious Card routine. My dad bought them for me in the late 70's.
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I had so many VHS tapes from Magic World. It was a great source for magic in the valley. Sad it's gone.
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I used to work in Paula and Ken's Thousand Oaks shop! That was a fun place to work but I used to hate having to put that wooden sign on the top of my new Camaro. Ugh!
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See my posts - this forum // March 3-26-20 and one earlier , same forum same month..
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