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 Post subject: Rocky the Raccoon? Where should I buy it?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:54 am 
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Where should I buy Rocky the Raccoon that it's cheap?


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The cheapest I've seen it was for $32 and thats about what you're goin to pay for it (google it)


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I mean a website not a search engine. If you bought one, where did you get it?


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www.magicmasters.com


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It's okay now, I allready bought one. Now is there a video on one? (P.S. This is my 100th post! :lol: )


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What exactly is Rocky the Raccoon? I know its a toy raccoon but is it a puppet or a remote control?


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It is a puppet you put you finger in. Well thats the way mine came. Larger ones I am sure you can put more in, but to make it realistic the croud needs to see you hands so they wil think it is slightly real.

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magic masters i believe has a book on it


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Michaelrice wrote:
What exactly is Rocky the Raccoon? I know its a toy raccoon but is it a puppet or a remote control?


It is a spring puppet


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 9:10 pm 
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I know Calmagic sells Rocky the Raccoon in his shop but I don't see it on his website.
Try E-mailing Gerry Griffin. He may sell you one out of his shop.

http://www.calmagic.com/


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MIL215 wrote:
It is a puppet you put you finger in.


There shouldn't be a hole to put your finger in. If there is, leave it alone(If the hole's where I think it is he probably won't want your finger up there anyhow!). He should be manipulated completely from the outside.

The waccaroon is cool enough I had one for ages, with the magic masters version the kids think it's real though. (Although occasionally some smart alec will ask "where's his legs?").

David Williamson works it well in "Sleight of Dave 1" which is worth getting for the other routines, too. (His cups and balls and torn & restored transpo are awesome).
Jim Pace has a DVD out too, I haven't seen it though, I'd love a review of it.

My raccoon routine finishes by him driving off in a car, cool huh?

George


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