Up to 16 ounces of water are poured into the bucket. The water can be heard splashing around as the bucket is moved.You get ready to toss the water out into the audience and all that comes out is confetti!
Great for audiences of all ages.
The bucket is 5 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter.
At the end of the "Confusing Crayons" routine, you lift your tube and show either a red or yellow crayon. You then cover the crayon with the tube for a split second, and when revealed, the crayon changed to purple!
Imagine, at the end of your routine with the Confusing Crayons, you lift up your tube to reveal a small red miniature crayon only 7 1/2" high. No wonder the spectator couldn't do it. His crayon is too big! The 'Small Surprise Ending" can be added to any set of "Confusing Crayons".
Used by itself or in conjunction with the classic Scotch & Soda, this subltle new idea will give your coin magic a whole new dimension!
Take your Coin in Bottle routine to the extreme with Corker Coin in Bottle by Chris Capstone!
Performer displays a bottle and a cork, which are both handed out for examination. The cork is then inserted into the top of the bottle, thereby preventing any entry or escape of any foreign objects. A quarter is then borrowed, and the performer...
A best seller! Crazy Cube lets the magician divine the spectator's thoughts - with little practice. It takes only a matter of minutes to begin reading minds with this clever piece of apparatus.
A die is handed to a spectator along with two canisters. With the magician's back turned, the spectator selects one number on the die...
This trick was performed twice by David Copperfield on his television specials and is perhapson of the best close-up routines of all time. The effect is that you have a rubberband stretched between the thumb and index finger of each hand. One rubberband is then made topenetrate through the other. It seems impossible that one band could pass...
The magician removes two packs of cards which have somehow been pushed together. He removes the red-backed deck and a spectator freely chooses a card. Their selection is replaced in the pack and all of the cards are placed back into the red box.
The performer then opens the blue box and removes a blue-backed deck of cards! He spreads...
Vanish a silk handkerchief from a crystal clear tube.
The premise of this trick seems simple enough. The magician tucks a silk handkerchief into a clear tube. Wrapping the tube in a piece of paper, the magician hands the package into a spectator.
Now, whenever the magician chooses, the spectator can unwrap the package to discover...
Packs small, plays BIG! The ingredients of your choice are placed into the pan. You can even add a piece of flash paper and a match to get a burst of fire. The pan is covered momentarily with the lid and when removed there's a Cupcake for the birthday child. Quality made by Ickle Pickle Products.
The perfect cups for this classic effect. These brass Cups and Balls are spun from brass and designed with a larger load capacity than most.
Comes with three cups, four crochet balls, heavy cloth carrying bag and instructions.
4 inches tall
A deluxe set spun from copper, polished to a rich gleaming finish, and heat varnished to preserve the finish. Each up measures approx. 3" high and 2.5" inner diameter at the mouth. Set contains 3 cups, 4 crocheted balls, velvet carry bag, and an illustrated tutor.
Our finest Dancing Cane!
34 inches Long.
Silver. Made of aluminum.
Perfectly Balanced and extremely lightweight.
Magician appears on stage with a black cane. All of a sudden the cane becomes animated and dances to the music with the magician. Up, and down and around it goes without the magician even touching it.
32 inches Long, Breaks in half for easy transport. Used in McBride Stage Video's.
You can vanish an elephant! Three cards (7 x 10 inch) are shown. Depicted on the cards area Ringmaster, a dancing horse, and an elephant. All three a placed in an envelope that represents a circus tent. Now for the vanish. The Ringmaster and Dancing Horse are removedand the magician claims the elephant has vanished. As the the kids are...
A spectator cuts to and removes three cards from the deck. A second spectator cuts the deck and removes three more cards. You can now name all the cards held by each spectator because of the diabolical deck. As many as six different spectators can select cards and you be able to instantly tell them which cards they have.
You show the audience a set of various zoo animals on flash cards. Two spectators stand up in the audience and think of any one of the animals as you show them all of the cards. Picking upa blank card and a felt-tip marker, you attempt to read the minds of the spectators and draw a quick sketch. You place your predictions on a card stand,...
The basic effect is the standard. Borrow a ring, coin or key and wrap it in a handkerchief and cause it to vanish. You then introduce a 2" square Walnut box that is locked with a hasp and small padlock. Spectator unlocks the box to find their ring inside.
A precision made box for vanishing coins. Spectator drops a coin into the box. The box is shaken so the spectator can hear the coin rattling inside. In an instant the rattling stops and the coin vanishes. The box may be carefully examined without revealing the secret!
Spectator names a card only to find it has a different color back from the rest of the pack.Another spectator names a different card, but wait a minute! The deck has changed color and thesecond thought-of card has an odd colored back! Then ...the faces of the cards change from all red to all black then back to normal again! There's...
All wood and metal with a beautiful green and gold design. Magician places a die into box with 4 doors - 2 in front, 2 on top. He claims die has "vanished" as the box is tilted and one of the doors opened (audience hears the die sliding in the box). Magician keeps tilting the box back and forth, opening one door at a time. By this time...
This is Fast, Visual Magic at its Very Best!
A large wooden tray and a large die are shown. The die is thrown onto the tray where it visibly & instantly changesinto a ball!
The tray measures 12 inches square and is made of hard wood. The die could also be transformed into silks or other objects.
The tray is fully...
A pack of cards is give a little squeeze and it shrinks to by 25%. This is repeated 4 timesuntil the deck is only a quarter of an inch tall. Not for beginners.