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Page 25 Super Tricks/Funny Business Patrick Page- #6, DVD
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Patrick Page has been called a walking encyclopedia of magic and on this video extravaganza, he shows why. You'll find powerful, commercial ideas for cards, coins, balls, thimbles, rope and more, all delivered in Patrick Page's inimitable style. There's magic here for all interest and skill levels and it's all taught in painstaking detail. This is magic that you'll find easy to learn and fun to perform!
Funny Business For Kids' Shows
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A gem or two but not as good as others in the series Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 24th, 2012
Hey Penguin you need a thumbs in the middle choices not just thumbs up and thumbs down.
This DVD series ia a good value for the price. Although this one is a bit of mish mosh from other tapes and even a convention.
There are 27 chapters in the 25 Super Tricks but not that many tricks taught. There are some interesting sections showing various types of gimmicks and some demonstrations of some effects,some might not even be available today. For example He demonstrates his Nudist Deck routine without going into the handling but explains other marketed decks. He demonstrates a thimble routine and that is not explained but it is listed as one of the 25 super tricks.
However I was able to find one or two effects or moves I did not know So for the price paid I got the value. I will not mention the ones I liked since I do not want everyone doing them. The one benefit of Patrick Pages material is that it is achievable with some practice. You will enjoy watching how smooth he is and even a seasoned pro can miss the method on first watch.
Funny Business- This material is a bit dated. Some advice would not fly very far today like mimicking a child behind his back or hitting a kid with a balloon on his head. If you do not know any slapstick gags you will find some useful information. While Page is correct, letting a balloon smack you in the face or snap your hand while screaming in pain will get little kids to laugh, I think we have advanced to a level not to depend on cheap laughs.
It would be nice if L&L would remaster these to a better quality. It appears L&L just took VHS tapes and copied them to DVD rather than get the original footage.
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