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Lukas
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Just a quick question, dose anyone know if the Mark Wilson 3 vol set of the illusion DVD's is worth getting as I am interested in starting to perform stage illusions. if not does any one know of any good books or DVD's worth getting to help start me off. if any one could give me any information I would be most thankful.
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Are you looking for information how to build your illusions or how to preform them?

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Lukas
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How to build them and how to perform them
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SteveReel
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I have the first two. let me say that I love Mark Wilson...grew up watching him on TV, but there's not too much in here that I would use. Of course, that is just my opinion and your milage may vary. There's a few good things things on Vol 1, Victory cartons and Fishing from a barrel which is a large square circle without the square! Wouldn't use it as is but it gets you thinking of ways to adapt it.

Just my 2 cents, but I like Darwins inexpensive Illusions and Rand Woodburys Illusion videos better.
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I have seen the illusionworks videos on dvd sold on ebay a while back.
Geoff Weber
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On 2005-02-06 17:21, SteveReel wrote:
Just my 2 cents, but I like Darwins inexpensive Illusions and Rand Woodburys Illusion videos better.


For Darwin's Inexpensive Illusions, get the book instead of the video. The video doesn't have much on it, and whats there is given only the briefest explanation. I was dissapointed.
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Could you please list what you learn on the dvd?thank-you
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On 2006-11-26 08:49, emanmagic5 wrote:
Could you please list what you learn on the dvd?thank-you


Heres the description from the Internet.

The DVD has twelve illusions plus a bonus illusion. These illusions are easy to build and the supplies can be purchased from local stores.

Illusions
• The Appearance
• Spirit Cabnet
• Doll House
• Artist Dream
• The Exchange
• Costume Box
• Cape Appearance
• Box Levitation
• Dekolta Chair
• Wrap Around Ill.
• Refigerator Ill.

"Please Do not Discount these illusions because of their simplicity. Give them the proper rehearsal and attention to detail that they deserve and you will be rewarded many times over." - Break a leg, Lance Burton

"Another victory in the development of illusions. Low Cost? Yes! High entertainment? You bet!" - Harry Blackstone

"I wish I had this while I was growing up." - Siegfried, of Siegfried and Roy

"One is impressed to notice that Darwin realizes that magic is a performing art form, and not a product of the mechanical or electronic age!" - Peter Raven
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