"Good" Bag of Trix® with 26 great tricks
|| 1. The
Money Making Machine.The Magician rotates the Wheel of Fortune
and right before your eyes a coin appears in the center of the
wheel. Then the Magician makes a tossing motion and the coin
is miraculously tossed into his other hand. Yes you really can
make money with the Money Making Machine.
President Climbs a Tightrope. The magician causes a folded
dollar bill (the President) to climb up a tightrope, then start
and stop with simple, verbal, magical commands.This one even
President Stands on his Head. The magician causes a picture
of a past president to magically turn up-side down. The Magician
fold up a dollar bill and when he unfolds it the President is
standing on his head. However the magician never turns over or
rotates the bill. Perfect
for impromptu magic.
|| 4. Magic
Lie Detector. Just like Pinoccio's nose the magic Lie
Detector can spot a lie and will point at the liar's nose.
Or point at the questioner's nose if he is telling the truth.
Lots of fun.
|| 5. The classic Fortune Telling Fish. You will remember
this one from your childhood. A flat, red, plastic fish is placed
in a spectator's palm and using body language tells if
the spectator is: In Love, Jealous, Passionate or other intimate
details. Great fun for all.
|| 6. World's Fastest
Knot. The magician twirls a rope and with one motion causes
a knot to magically appear in the rope. No special handling,
self working. Very startling.
|| 7. The Stretching Rope. The magician
holds up a short piece of rope and right before the audience's
eyes causes the rope to stretch to a long piece of rope. The
rope is then examined by any spectator but it will not stretch
or shrink. A great great show opener.
The Vanishing Knot. The magician openly ties a solid knot
in a rope. Shows it to one and all, then by simply blowing on
the knot it instantaneously vanishes right before the spectators
eyes. A great closer for a rope routine
The Amazing Coin Slide. (A complete routine of 4 tricks).Hear
is #9, A Vanish and Production. A borrowed Quarter is
placed in the empty coin slide. The Magician makes a magic pass
and it vanishes. Then with a magic word the coin reappears in
the Magician's pocket and now it is his.
Quarter magically appears
|| 10. Making
Money with a Coin Slide. The Magician demonstrates that the
slide is empty then pushes the slide in. He says a magic word
and when he pulls the slide out a Quarter has magically appeared.
Penny turns into a Quarter
|| 11. Making
an Investment in the Coin Slide. The Magician places a Penny
in the coin slide and pushes the slide in. He says a magic
word and unbelievably the Penny has turned into a Quarter! Wow.
Coin goes from Heads to Tails
||12. Heads Up
of Tails Up, You cannot lose. The Magician places a Quarter
in the coin slide with the Heads side facing up. He presses the
slide in and says a magic word. When he removes the slide the
coin has turned over and is now Tails up.
|| 13. CUPS & BALLS. (A Routine of three
different tricks #13,#14 & #15). This is the oldest
trick known in magic. Here is #13, A Solid Goes Through
a Solid. Three red balls are made to pass through
the bottom of a solid cup. A solid actually passes through a
solid. Totally against all the laws of Physics.
|| 14. The
Cups Mystery. The magician can do the impossible right in
front of a spectator and even though the Spectator watches carefully
he cannot repeat the mystery. This is great Fun.
|| 15. The
Vanishing Ball. The Magician rolls up his sleeves and rubs
a ball into his elbow. He tries twice and fails then on the third
try the ball completely vanishes into thin air. Then the Magician
turns his head and the little red ball is now sticking our of
his ear, or found in the spectators ear. Astounding.
The Incredible Magic Curves. The Magician lays out two
different colored Curves on the table and asks the Spectator
to point to the colored curve which is the larger of the two.
The Magician picks up the two curves and covers them with a handkerchief.
He then lays the curves back down on the table and now small
colored curve is the largest of the two. Impossible!!
|| 17 to
26. Ten Baffling Bet-ya - Got-ya Magic Mysteries. Each one is designed to build the performing
confidence in the beginning magician, plus to learn the absolute
fun they can have doing magic. Most important it teaches the
beginner how to get an audience and how to perform. Truly an
important magic learning experience.
|| Each bag includes one booklet containing
instructions for all 26 tricks. Including
illustrations, diagrams and written easy to follow instructions.