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The Art And Magic Of Shaun Robison Volume 2 by East Coast Magic - DVD

    The Art And Magic Of Shaun Robison Volume 2 by East Coast Magic - DVD

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    On Volume 2 you will see Shaun perform and then explain 6 more effects that keeps him busy with 4 restaurants 5 nights a week. Tried and tested in real world conditions.

    In addition to his professional career as a magician, Shaun Robison is also a published illustrator. He has illustrated works for Harry Lorayne in Personal Secrets, for Jim Sisti in The Magic Menu, for Richard Osterlind in The Perfected Center Tear as well as designing graphics for the Delmonico's Italian Steakhouse Corporation.

    On this DVD you will learn:
    The Kiss Trick - The creation of real magic. You create Hershey Kisses®. Quite possibly the only trick that uses ALL 5 SENSES!

    Poor Man's Waltz - A cheaper version of The Anniversary Waltz without the special cards.

    Boston 2 Step - 4 half dollars and a penny do some fancy footwork around a little brass box. Invisible Coin Aces - Part of the routine that Shaun used in his SAM compatition act, a VERY strong and visual Okito Box routine!

    Postal Traveler - A triumph effect with a signed card leading up to a prediction from your friend in Japan. The postcard from your friend turns out to be the signed card!

    My Monte - A 3 Card Monte effect ending with the money card vanishing and turning into REAL MONEY!

    "I've seen Shaun do so much of this stuff and it is obvious that it is right out of a working pro's repertoire. Strong magic for real people...it doesn't get better than that!"
    - Marc DeSouza

    "Shaun's personality really makes this stuff look like magic. So much usable stuff! Where have you been hiding?"
    - Tony Spina
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Color: Blue, Purple, White
    Size: 20, 24
    Material: 100% Polyester
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