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ringmaster
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Can anyone suggest some novelty cartoon effects to carry in case kids break out.
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danfreed
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Cardtoon 1 and 2. It rules. Not sure what you mean by novelty cartoon effects though. What ages?
Dynamike
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Search for playing cards with Disney, Looney Tunes or other popular cartoon characters.
Search for 1 - 2 inch figurines with popular cartoon characters. Show tricks using the retention pass. It looks like I am handling them an item, next it vanishes. It surprises the children and adults. I do that a lot with sponge bunnies.
Search for stuffed toys with popular cartoon characters. Add the items to your production box.
Donald Dunphy
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There is "Wild Card for Kids", aka "Wild Card Tricks for Kids", by Paul Romhany. Also see "Happy Faces" by Paul Romhany. (Available from Amazekids).

There is "Hot Dog!" by Nick Trost and Patrick Reymond. (Available from Amazekids).

There is "House Mouse" by Duraty. (Available from Amazekids).

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Dynamike
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Donald Dunphy
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I thought of some more packet tricks suitable for kids / family audiences --

"Hedgehogs and Balloons" by Keith Fields:

https://www.keithfieldsmagic.com/product......alloons/

"Princess and the Frog" by Denis Shields:

https://practical-magic.com/products/pri......cb&_ss=r

"Cakes and Adders" by Tricky Ricky McLeod and Gary Dunn:

https://practical-magic.com/products/cak......54&_ss=r

"Panda Claus" by Tricky Ricky McLeod and Gary Dunn:

https://practical-magic.com/products/pan......54&_ss=r

"Kids Cards Across" by Tommy James:

http://www.tommyjamesmagic.com/store/ind......t_id=107

"Christmas Cards Across" by Tommy James:

http://www.tommyjamesmagic.com/store/ind......t_id=102

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Donald Dunphy is a Victoria Magician, British Columbia, Canada.
noland
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Hugh Turley, a prominent Washington DC area magician, recently did his lecture for performing close-up magic for kids for local IBM Ring 50. His material included a classic 3-card monte style trick for kids, using the "flap" method. It was very direct but effective, with some great added comedy touches.
Alan Munro
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Dan Garrett has a really nice version of 8 Card Brainwave with pictures of cereal boxes on the cards.
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