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unclesamayen
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Can anybody give me some advice?? Now I have Michael Finney's DVD,I like this type of magic.Is there any other magician like this?? Thanks!
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BIlly James
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Hi,

I'm not too sure about Mike Finney's style as I haven't seen those DVD's (I would like to though).

Bill Malone has a four part series that a lot of the guys seem to enjoy. A lot of card stuff on them, also colour changing knives, Slydini silks and a lot of joking about.

The series is called Bill Malone on the loose.

Hope that helps
Vibono Magic
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Try the new LL publishing DVD with Fielding West. or the Harry Allan discs Or Stevens commedymagic tape with Fielding West, Michel Finny and Mark Kornhauser.
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shomemagic
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The Jeff Hobson dvd is really good. However it might just be my luck but I had this on vhs and the sound changed after the beginning ans was very hollow, I did like it so I thought maybe I just got a bad one and picked up the DVD...same thing. If this doesn't bother you then you must get it as the material is very good and very funny.
Did everyone else with the dvd have the same sound problem.
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Peo Olsson
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Not on DVD yet, but my absolute favourite comedy magic video is Tom Mullica from Joe Steven.
Also worth looking at is Don Alan, which I think recently been transfered to DVD.
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Michael Dustman
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I will strongly second the Jeff Hobson video as well as the Bill Malone series. Even if you don't use the magic material from either of these, the presentation, timing and interaction with the audience are absolute gold. Well worth any serious performer reviewing.
Ron Reid
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Hello:

I also recommend the Jeff Hobson tape/DVD. It's probably my favorite tape/DVD. Terry Seabrooke has a video at L&L publishing that you can get for $10, and it's quite good.

Ron
Tiki
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I have the Fielding West Comedy Magic 2 dvd set. If you are interested in trading for it or buying it from me, please send me a PM.

Cheers,

Tiki
Kozmo
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Rich morratta is really a funny guy....and he did this stand up dvd a few years back...i strongly recommend that one
thehawk
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Steven's Magic has a video with Fielding West, Michael Close and Michael Finney that is excellant.
unclesamayen
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Thamks for the answers. I have two more questions. How many DVDs that Jeff Hobson teaches and what is the DVD's name?? If I want to buy these DVDs ,Where can I buy with the cheapest price??
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Brian Proctor
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You could possibly go with Gregory Wilson. He has a unique sense of humor that plays well for most crowds. His misdirection plays very well with his humor. Fools me when I watch him perform.

Brian
Ramon
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When comedy is the topic, Tom Mullica, Gregory Wilson, David Williamson, David Acer, Jay Sankey and Dan Sylvester come to my mind.
TheGreatDane
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I would strongly suggest looking into Simon Lovell -- his sense of humor is very improvish but with a timing that is impeccable! He also uses his humor creatively to allow him perfect misdirection for even the most obvious of moves.
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Iain Moran
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I really enjoyed the Fielding West DVD's. Very, very funny and great magic too.

Iain.
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If you're serious about writing comedy for your act, then you need to check out this link.
There are some great books on comedy writing and other recourses on this link.

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