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thegreatgeorgio
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Hi all,

Does anyone know if Pat Page has any books, dvds or videos on the market?


thanks

George
ashah
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He has a DVD set covering a variety of things: sponge balls, TT, card to wallet, etc.
thegreatgeorgio
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Good good, do you know where I could purchase these items?


thanks

George
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L&L have just rereleased a bunch of Pat's videos from the early 90s on DVD. Go to http://www.llpub.com for more information.

Take care, Ian
thegreatgeorgio
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Thanks Ian

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Page's "Teach a Trick" videos (which are what LL has put on DVD) were really quite good, btw. The price for them is right and many of the DVDs have what used to be two separate tapes. A really good deal.
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On 2005-05-19 18:56, saheer wrote:
Page's "Teach a Trick" videos (which are what LL has put on DVD) were really quite good, btw. The price for them is right and many of the DVDs have what used to be two separate tapes. A really good deal.


I concur. One of the best kept secrets (and values) in magic. Now L&L is making them readily available to the masses--and on DVD no less!! Darn!!
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I have Pat Page's TT and Sponge Balls videos and they both "blew me away". He is so charming and thourough in his explanations. I love it when he shows you a neat trick and then gives you a re-assuring british "wink". These two DVD's are among my most treasured magic resources. Best $25 I ever spent (free shipping). ~MagicAl (Al)
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Hi all,

I was at a lecture by Pat Page and he got me up on stage the whole time. I was amazed by how simple and direct all of his material was. I really want the dvds.



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George
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You can't go wrong with Patrick Page dvds! Two Thumbs up! (or would that be two TTs up?)
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I agree - these are great DVDs and a great price.
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thegreatgeorgio
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Cool, his work on the topit is good too.



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All 6 dvds are classic and excellent. He is the master
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Still cant believe the 10 second paper tear
isn't on the paper magic dvd.
anyone know if the tapes are still available??
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I have his "Secret Seminars" Thumbtip video, - highly, highly recommended.
He is an excellent teacher, quite charming as mentioned above, and the video covers a lot of ground and excellent pointers and tips (no pun intended).
Pretty much covers it all.
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Hi Lecture in London is really good too. He teaches a miser's dream routine that is almost impromptu. Lot's of great stuff. I have his spongeballs video and London lecture, also his topit video from Hassini. Great stuff!!
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I highly recommend his book, Page by Page.

It's enormous, beautiful, and packed with solid magic.

http://www.patrickpagemagic.co.uk/index.......uctId=36
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I second that. It's one of the best magic books ever published. A lifetime's worth of practical magic with much wisdom.

I'm so pleased this book exists. It's a fitting tribute to a true legend of magic.
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Page by page is one of my favorite books of all time. There is something for everyone, and his presentations and explanations leave enough room for one to make any one of the routines their own. LOVE LOVE LOVE this book.
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Yep I concur about page on page. If you don't have it already, get it.
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