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Attached is the link to the latest Museletter, Good things come in green bags:
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Posted by Anthony Ray Kolb on October 11, 2020 at 5:49pm
Here is the latest edition of the Museletter from our cohorts at the McBride's Magic and Mystry School:
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Illusionist Lyn Dillies has done some large scale illusions but nothing as big as this. Lyn talks about the times she got to work with Elephants. There’s a donkey thrown in for good luck. Watch the illusions at www.magicoflyn.com.
Backstage S.A.M. is hosted by Bruce Kalver and presented thanks to a grant from The Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund. Support the podcast by joining the S.A.M. at www.magicsam.com.
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Michael Close is an accomplished magician, a coach and mentor to many, and the sole judge on Penn & Teller Fool Us. With him, we go behind the scenes of the show and see that presenting magic on tv and trying to fool Penn & Teller is serious business.
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Produced by Bruce Kalver for Top Hat Productions. Associate Producer John Sturk.
Although Chung Ling Soo is known by many as the original Chinese Conjurer, that is not true. First came Ching Ling Foo who was a hugely popular magician at the beginning of the 20th Century. Samuel Porteous has authored a definitive history of America’s first Chinese Superstar.
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Dorothy Dietrich is a premiere magician who has performed some very dangerous illusions. Her most dangerous was Catching as Bullet. In an interview from 2016, Dorothy tells us all the “behind the scenes” details of what it takes to perform this illusion. The interview is from February of 2016.
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John Cox is not a Houdini collector of props. Rather, he is a collector of Houdini information. His blog, WildAboutHoudini.com is chock full of everything Houdini. Learn about the man behind the blog. But first, a grand discovery of rare Houdini posters hidden behind a wall since 1926.
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