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Topic: Anyone has a clip of the Tim Ellis cups & balls routine?
Message: Posted by: meilechl (Oct 30, 2004 10:46PM)
Someone posted one some time ago but the link doesn't seem to work anymore. Does anyone have a clip of this routine?
Message: Posted by: rikbrooks (Oct 31, 2004 06:36AM)
I found the link with a search here but it's no longer a valid link. Sorry. Its also not posted on Tim's web site, however, he does sell his lecture notes on it. The routine is called 'run around sue' and I noticed that he does visit here every so often. Perhaps we could beg him to let us see a performance of it.
Message: Posted by: Mitch Schneiter (Oct 31, 2004 04:23PM)
He now has an entire DVD devoted to his cups and ball routine titled "Runaround Sue". It's a terrific routine. I've got mine on order now.
Message: Posted by: meilechl (Oct 31, 2004 05:36PM)
I'm too cheap, I only ordered the lecture notes.
Message: Posted by: what (Oct 31, 2004 06:13PM)
The DVD is awesome. He has many clips of the routine at diferent states of its development. Its costs less than other DVDs as well.
Message: Posted by: Tim Ellis (Jan 27, 2005 06:48PM)
For those who were asking about the DVD of my cups & ball routine 'Runaround Sue', a review of it just came out on Inside Magic. You can read it here http://insidemagic.com/article_889.shtml
Message: Posted by: Mitch Schneiter (Jan 27, 2005 08:39PM)
Buy the DVD...you'll be glad you did.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Muggle (Jan 28, 2005 02:16AM)
I second Mitch's comments- buy the DVD. In fact also buy the lecture notes and Tims booklet on his cups routine.

AS far as I know there isn't any video anylonger on the web. Links started disappearing when the news of the DVD's started to surface.

MM
Message: Posted by: Tim Ellis (Jan 28, 2005 03:57AM)
Unfortunately the link disappeared long before the DVD. A chap in the UK had started a site called www.seemagic and he asked permission to put portions of our promo tape on his site. (Runaround Sue and our Sub Trunk). We even had a link to it from our webpage, but then the link broke, and the seemagic site vanished. I've tried emailing him but no response. It's a pity. The whole site was a good resource.

TIM
Message: Posted by: Tilman (Jan 28, 2005 04:08AM)
For some time the site was still up but did not work anymore. There was a welcome message saying that it had been hacked beyond repair. Yes, indeed, it was a very good resource.