Anthony Owen is the BAFTA award winning producer of The Real Hustle, Dirty Tricks, Deathwish Live, The Secret World of Magic, The Quick Trick Show, Monkey Magic, The Greatest Magic Tricks in the Universe, Marc Paul's Mind Games, Magick, Thomas Solomon: Escape Artist and Derren Brown's specials and series'. He has also created material for David Copperfield, Paul Daniels, Geoffrey Durham, John Lenahan, Dominic Wood and many others. When first released in 2003 this booklet was his first collection of original unpublished performance material released in almost ten years. CONTENTS: SOBW - Anthony's Ultimate Oil and WaterThe improved handling for Anthony's acclaimed super clean Oil and Water sequence. Three red and three black cards are alternated and magically separate. After being performed twice with the cards face down it is done with all the cards dealt face up - and impossibly the colours still separate. Lava LampSebastien Clergue's super visual handling for the final phase of Anthony's SOBW. Who wants to be a magician?A hilarious trick based upon the hit television show 'Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?'. A spectator uses their innate psychic ability to pick the correct answers to multiple choice questions " even though they do not know the possible answers! And they do it perfectly fifteen times in a row to win a million! Just like Paul Curry's classic Out of this World the spectator will be the hero and not have a clue to how they did it. Natural LotteryThis gasp getting opener to Anthony's Monday Night Magic act is ideal for any stage or platform performance. The magician asks six random audience members to each select a different number between 1 and 49. Amazingly these numbers prove to be the same six which are on the printed lottery ticket the magician bought earlier that day! You might not be able to win the lottery, but you can influence your audience members to pick the numbers you want them to! No pre show or limited selections. Number at CardA unique solution to a legendary card effect. A deck is handed to a spectator for safe keeping. A playing card and a number between 1 and 52 are both freely named (no forces, pre show work or limited selections). The deck is opened and it is revealed that every card has a different number between 1 and 52 printed on its back "and incredibly the selected card bears the selected number! Pages 32 - Saddle Stitched
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