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Nedim
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Hi,

What are these for??

magicially yours,

Nedim Guzel
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The ring through rubberband and the metal bending looks fantastic, for any magician, not just beginners. I can't wait to get this!
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Looks good I would buy it if I was into that but I'm only on vrd tricks but that's very well presented the preview and looks well worth the money good luck hope you do really well.
ted french
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ted french
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Has anyone checked these out?
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ted french
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Here are some reviews of this DVD :
"...If you want to learn impromptu magic...this is an excellent source...I was very impressed."
-Vaughn, Steve (2007, November). Magic Broadcast.

"For magicians, the impromptu book test is the highlight of the DVD...They are all visual and strong effects."
-Teo, John. (2008) Reviewer, MagicBoutique.sg Retrieved Jan. 10, 2008, from MagicBoutique.sg Web site: http://www.magicboutique.sg/declassified......s_id=196
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mmreed
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Where can I get these, since Murphy's only sells to dealers?

I haven't found them on any of the mainstream dealer sites, such as Penguin or Magicdepot.
Mark Reed
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ted french
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Here is a link for Vol 1. Volume 2 focuses on metal bending and color changes.
http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorderproduct.php?ID=9554
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mmreed
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Thanks, Ted. Looks like a great video!
Mark Reed
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For a different view, see this review by Bryce Kuhlman at MyLovelyAssistant.
There are many tricks, and many effects, but rarely a Grand Effect. There are many entertainers, but few real magicians. Many technicians, but few artists who use their art to explore their vision. - Derren Brown, Absolute Magic
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Hmm, Kuhlmann says: "The routines on this DVD have probably been in the repertoire of every close-up magician that's lasted longer than five years in the art."

The problem is that this DVD is for beginners. So, Kuhlmann might be missing the point.

Carsten
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tedski
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I think the point is that this material is already available many times over- why re-invent the wheel? Perhaps the target audience eschews reading books....you don't need a dvd to learn everything LOL!.
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Another DVD couldn't hurt..price is right too
Ut imago est animi voltus sic indices oculi ~
The face is a picture of the mind as the eyes are its interpreter ~Cicero
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