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rtgreen
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I don't think Jeff teaches the routine he does in his show anywhere, but his manipulation tapes (Coins, Balls and Thimbles) has some great stuff on the Miser's Dream.

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Thanks Richard.

Regan
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John Bowlin
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I do the misers with strictly sleight of hand and really easy hand and bucket loads with non gimmicked bucket. I use about 20 kenedy half dollars. At the end I begin to take a bow, contort my face and spit a coin into the bucket directly from my mouth...begin to take a bow again and spit another...begin to take a bow again and get look of shock and concern on my face as though I swallowed the coin. I then hold the bucket under my butt, grimace and produce the last coin. I then take a bow and ask the spectator that flipped one from the air into the bucket if they'd like to fish around for the coin they produced. No takers yet. Yes, it's a comedy act.
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I once lined up a set of 5 child volunteers and produced a coin from each one separately, except the third one. I checked his shirt pocket and found nothing. After I finished with #5 I came back to him, had him reach HIS hand into his shirt pocket, and guess what was there.
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I was wondering if anyone could tell me there approach to the Misers dream that makes it unique to themselves and to the audiences they perform it for. I see so many people doing the misers dream exactly identical to everyone else and there just seems like there has got to be a lot more creative routines and ideas that could stem off from the misers dream to make it even more original or unique and different.

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Sam Tabar
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Quote:
On 2004-12-07 11:44, Regan wrote:
Does Jeff McBride teach his version on one of his DVD's?

Regan


I think the routine Jeff teaches in his World Class Manipulaton DVDs is not his usual routine but it's a pretty good routine to start with.
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