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Wine and Water: Magically turn water into wine, milk, beer, or even back into water.

Tarbell's Anytime Cake in Hat: You will learn how to cook a magical birthday cake in a borrowed hat. A complete routine that is great for birthday parties.

The Enchanted Cane: An umbrella floats and defies gravity at your command. It's an updated version of the floating cane to tell a rainy-day story with an elusive umbrella.

The L.W. Bewitched Handkerchief and Glass: A funny, interactive spectator-as-magician trick with a surprise vanish of a glass and its eventual return with a teleporting silk handkerchief.

A Topsy-Turvy Word: You'll learn some special words that won't reflect in a mirror and how to use them to discover which one your helper has chosen.

The Mysterious Cross: A penetration effect of ashes through the flesh and bone of your hand, appearing on the other side.

Solid Through Solid String: A quick penetration using some common objects you'll likely find at any well-stocked bar.

Come-Back Bread Crumb:The classic two-in-the-hand, one-in-the-pocket gets a brand new treatment and a super-sweet new ending.

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 21st, 2018

Wine and Water is a simple bit of chemistry that is probably better to play around with by yourself than to include in a magic show.

Cake in Hat has good ideas for various props and a good way to prepare eggs for a show.

Enchanted Cane has some very nice moves, but it uses the type of T that doesn't have other letters with it. Also, the way Dan Harlan constructed the umbrella doesn't work smoothly, and you can see that they cut out a key moment during the performance. I'd try something more like a Star Wars toy.

Handkerchief and Glass is old-fashioned in the type of stage magic it is, but there are solid ideas behind it. Dan Harlan adds good spectator interaction to it.

Topsy-Turvy Word is a neat little trick that's initially baffling but people can be figure it out if you spend too much time on it.

Mysterious Cross is super easy to do and it can lead into ash on palm.

The last two tricks are minor variations on tricks previously covered.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 20th, 2018
Eight great effects. Mr. Harlan continues to improve on what were still wonderful effects out of Tarbell. Turn water to different liquids. Cake in hat or why pull a rabbit out of a hat when you can pull out an umbrella and then have it float and disappear. He also has a silk effect, a great bar effect that should be able to be done at any normally stocked bar. An any object sponge ball style short effect. But my favorite was with words printed on cards that I will be using in the presentation style of "100th Monkey" although the principles are miles apart. Thank you sir for more great routines.
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