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Topic: Gregory Wilson Products
Message: Posted by: thecogito (Jan 21, 2007 07:30PM)
Greetings,

I am in search of an older trick and am having trouble finding it. I am looking for Gregory Wilson's "Kiss Off." Every where I have looked doesn't have and I am wondering if anyone knows where I could find it or if you have one you are looking to part with. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!!

Best,
~Ron
Message: Posted by: BrianMillerMagic (Jan 21, 2007 07:39PM)
If you go to this page [url=http://www.misdirections.com/exclusive/wilson.htm]here[/url] and scroll down a little you will see it. I have not used this site but over on the left side of the screen you can click "how to buy" and go from there. Otherwise I do not know where it would be. But kudos on searching for Greg Wilson products; I'm a huge Greg Wilson fan.
Message: Posted by: evolve629 (Jan 22, 2007 09:24AM)
Thecogito, do you mean Kiss Up by Gregory Wilson? If so, it's in his In Action DVD Volumn 2.
Message: Posted by: BrianMillerMagic (Jan 22, 2007 09:45AM)
No evolve I thought that immediately also, but Kiss Off is actually a product that Greg had/has out. Kissing Up is the routine he did with the flash paper and Hershey's Kiss on In Action Volume 2. Nice to know someone was on the same page though! :goof:
Message: Posted by: ChristopherM (Jan 22, 2007 10:42AM)
There is an entire Gregory Wilson section in the Art of Astonishment Vol 2 by Paul Harris, which is excellent.

Cheers,

Chris
Message: Posted by: magicbern (Feb 9, 2007 03:54PM)
I purchased my Kiss Off package from Hank Lee - must have been around 10 years ago. It's a very well-structured routine - a bit like Beanie Weenie by Paul Harris in parts but a great finish with a Jumbo hershey kiss. However the hershey's syrup can got a bit dented and I have had trouble finding a replacement can.

I doubt if you could buy it anymore but it might be written up somewhere in note form. Perhaps you can try to contact Greg Wilson direct and he might be able to help you. Good luck!
Message: Posted by: thecogito (Feb 10, 2007 11:20AM)
Thanks for the help everyone, but still no luck. Does anyone know the best way to contact Greg Wilson?? Thanks again for the help!!