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MAGIGRAM magazine ran from 1966 to 1995. It was printed by SUPREME MAGIC CO. and edited with superb ability by Ken de Courcy. The collaborators were the best ever, just to name a few: Ken de Courcy, Edwin, Ian Adair, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Lewis Ganson, Maurice Fogel, Arthur Carter, George Blake, David Britland, Pavel, George Johnstone, Billy McComb and a certain Aldo Colombini (I had a column for over 20 years on card magic written by Lewis Ganson).
DOMINATING DICE (Paul Marcus): A spectator thinks of a number and the card that falls at that number is taken. Using three dice, the spectator finds the selected card!
STUCK (Joe Riding): A close up comedy coin routine with a very entertaining climax!
DIS-COLOR (Ravelle and Andrée): Two discs of different colors are placed inside two envelopes and they change places. Everything can be examined!
S.P.E.L.L.I.T (Francis Haxton): A card is selected and lost. You reveal three cards but none of them is the chosen one. You use one of these three cards, to get to the selected one!
QUAD CARDS (Adi Kaufman): You show four Queens and place them backs to the audience into four glasses. When the glasses are turned around the cards are now all blank!
BAMBOO-SPLIT SIDEWAYS (Ken de Courcy): A great paddle trick using coins with a disarming climax!
THE NEWCASTLE CARD TRICK (Arthur Setterington): After several attempts to find the selected card, it appears where....it was not supposed to be!
NUMBERED (Joe Riding): An impromptu routine with a regular deck of cards. A selected card is revealed in a puzzling way!
IT'S IN THE BAG (Arthur Carter): A great routine for kid entertainers. Lots of fun and audience participation with a bag, colored wands and a few silks!
YOU CAN'T DO AS I DO (G.W. Eastick): A very easy and entertaining way to do the classic trick You Do As I Do effect!
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