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Cannibal Cards (World's Greatest Magic) - DVD
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Imagine owning the most comprehensive magic book ever written. This would surely be a treasured possession for any magician with each chapter focusing on a single aspect of the craft and the very best routines ever created for it. That's the idea behind L&L Publishing's critically-acclaimed DVD series, The World's Greatest Magic by the World's Greatest Magicians. Each volume is like another chapter in the world's best magic book. Featuring in-depth exposition and instruction on some of magic's most cherished and classic effects by its most-talented practitioners, this unprecedented series represents an essential reference work for anyone interested in the magical arts, regardless of their skill level.
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This is a routine that requires you to have a bit of a fun personality, so it makes sense that a guy like Bill Malone or Juan Tammariz or even Michael Ammar would have a spot on this DVD, but Larry Jennings? Michael Skinner? Eugene Burger? These guys are all killer magicians, but it's hard to tell a goofy story about cannibals and pygmies in an cardboard jungle when you are a serious and stiff as Larry Jennings was... then references to "gastric juices..." yucky!
I found Eugene's presentation a decent variation and rather interesting, but the presentation just appeared to be something out of his element. It felt very contrived. But again, his take on it was much different from the standard plot, so it's definitely worth watching.
My favorite, no big surprise, was Bill Malone's. He added a few little flourishes and his amazing personality to make it super flashy and fun performance piece. Michael Ammar's was my second favorite... It was just a simple straight-forward fun handling.
I also liked a few really cool touches that Juan Tamariz added to his presentation... the guy, as crazy as he is, is a brilliant thinker.
Overall, if you're interested in the collector's theme, you need to take a serious look at the cannibal cards handling of the collector's theme. If you're going to look at the cannibal cards theme, then this is a good source and recommended simply for Bill Malone's handling. It lost a point for having old rough footage of a very stiff and borderline cranky Larry Jennings. GEM
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