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Topic: Classic Magicians videos?
Message: Posted by: Seth (Jun 21, 2002 07:31AM)
Hi do any of you guys know where i can find videos of classic magicians like Richard Ross or Cardini performing? I've tried amazon (.co.uk as that's where i am) with no luck and the local magic stores don't seem to carry it either. Any suggestions?
Message: Posted by: Thoughtreader (Jun 21, 2002 08:34AM)
"Grand Illusions: The Story of Magic" has some great clips, "The Magic Ranch" set of videos has some excellent clips too. Seems to me that one of the Paul Daniels "Magic Show" had a full clip of Cardini's act not to mention some of magic's greats during his run in the 70's and 80's. You might try those first.
PSIncerely Yours,
Paul Alberstat
Message: Posted by: Seth (Jun 21, 2002 11:14AM)
Thanks very much for the recommendations Paul, but where can i find those videos or ones like them? I just can't seem to locate any retailer that sells them.
Message: Posted by: Thoughtreader (Jun 21, 2002 05:42PM)
Stevens Magic used to carry the Magic Ranch videos and usually have a great selection. Give Mark Stevens a call (316)683-9582, tell him I suggested you call him and what you need and I guarantee he will look after you really well.
PSIncerely Yours,
Paul Alberstat
Message: Posted by: Seth (Jun 21, 2002 10:05PM)
Thanks very much again Paul. I'll definitely give it a shot.
Message: Posted by: magic4U2C (Jun 23, 2002 02:32PM)
I would suggest you checking out, or calling, Denny and Lee Magic based in Baltimore, Maryland.

Denny Haney knows quite a bit on manipulative magic and does some wonderful billard ball stuff. He is also one of the only carriers now of the Fakinki line of billard balls.

Denny also carries quite a large collection of videos both old and new. I am sure he would be able to point you in the right direction on finding the videos and reference tapes that you are looking for.

He can be reached by his web site.
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Nov 12, 2011 09:52PM)
There is a DVD out of Fred Kaps performing great magic. I can not remember the name of it.