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 Post subject: EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION BRIEFCASE
PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2004 3:38 pm 
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Does anybody have one of these? If so can you give a review? I am thinking of getting one and i want to know if i am getting a good deal. What kinda stuff can you produce? How thin is it? Can it be done surrounded? Thank you for your help!!!!!!


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It's a strong opener. Best used as a throw-away gag, a magical happening that just can't be explained :
you go to your briefcase to get something (like a pack of cards) open it up and remove........ what the ......? A bowling ball ? ! how did that get in there ? Oh, well............ and then proceed with the trick you started to do when you went to the case to get the pack of cards .

No , it can not be done surrounded .

Classic version is Bowling ball from briefcase. You can also use a basketball, soccer ball , anything about that size . Bowling ball is most impressive .
The makers of Executive Production case say not to use a bowling ball because it puts too much stress on the gimmick. As it comes from the manufacturer that is true. When you get it you will have to reinforce it . If you do get it PM me and I'll give you details on reinforcing it .


I've used mine to produce a goldfish bowl full of water and goldfish.
(you will need a lightweight plastic goldfish bowl , about the same size as a bowling ball or soccer ball and classic bowl production gimmick to keep the water from spilling . You could improvise something out of a shower cap .)

I also saw a good routine published a few years ago in MAGIC magazine where a magician used it to produce a leprechaun's pot of gold .
The pot of gold was one of those cauldrons you see sold around Halloween at Target or Party City , and the gold coins were those foil covered chocolate coins .

I thought of using the cauldron with dry ice in it for a Halloween production of a witch's cauldron . Another Halloween idea would be to produce a jack-o-lantern from the case .


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WOW IAM DEFINATLEY GETTING THIS!!!!!!! THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH!!!


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