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Werner G. Seitz
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The start-up is missing, the finish is missing, all there is, is the *in between*..

Some told me it looks like real magic...somehow it does, nevertheless it's taken out of the context of *the happening* /a real performance..

It's just a clip from a practising performance, way back in the midt 1980s, but I still love to watch it..to me it's plain fun.. Smile
No camera tricks, nothing..it was just plain fun to do..

http://www.youtube.com/?v=HrDaC6k79GY
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Very nice! I enjoyed it. Can't wait to see the finished routine.

Matt
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Hey I enjoyed that. That's some smooth handeling of cigars. I like the unexpected cig in there!

How'd you develop the moves? Any other details or info. on the clip?

I also appreciate your signature quote by Goshman. Great reminder for us all.
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Man! That was cool! I watched that movie in super slow time and I never saw the steals. Totally cool!

Derek Merdinyan
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On 2005-10-28 21:32, Magic Monkichi wrote:
Very nice! I enjoyed it. Can't wait to see the finished routine.

Matt
Oh...the beginning and the end stands, it just wasn't captured by that 8 mm movie camera that was used..you know, when strating up a new film, the first scentences often where missing and the 'finish' sometimes too, as the da*nd thing had to get winded up to keep running..one first does discover this after the movie is developped..
In case of the shown routine the beginning simply was a barehanded production (empty hands) of the first cigar too, and the finish simply throwing them off singly one by one into a container/hat...
Re the how to, well I'm not allowed to explain as it was a dealers item once, but there are no ['s used as some had expected... Smile
Learn a few things well.....this life is not long enough to do everything.....

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as well for YOU!!!- My own magic is styled after that motto... Smile )
DerekMerdinyan
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Ah, that would make sense then!

Derek Merdinyan
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Its not very often when we get to see a magician working with rare sleights, that fool us!


Thanks Werner
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Great stuff! I enjoyed watching the short performance. This is pure classic magic.
Nice manipulations with the cigars.
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