A complete routine, with explanations, of pseudo-telepathy between two people. It can be learned in one evening, its running time is 30 minutes, and everything necessary can be carried on the person.
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Conrad Bush. The Super Slates. A Ring In Transit. Eddie Clever. Finale Trick. Keith Clark. A completely routined and fully described thirty-minute act for one person, the necessary material for which may be carried in a brief case.
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This routined and fully explained program of magic runs approximately 25 minutes and can be carried in a brief case. A Cigarette Rolled By Proxy. Orville Meyer. The Henry E. Dixie Cigarette Vanish.
The Itinerant Dollar. Jacob Steisel. A Matter Of Policy. Seven Keys To Baldpate. The Torn Deck Location. Julian J. The Acme Thought Card Pass. Jacob Daley and Annemann. Annemann has created a wonderfully direct telephone book test where he has eliminated faked books, pads, mathematical oddities, forcing decks and the thousand and one "foreign" objects that have been used in combination.
He incorporated an Al Baker idea to make this a true miracle. You also get notes added by Kanter's magic shop which further explain various details and important points. Annemann describes a wealth of forty pieces in this wonderful booklet.
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The first, "Call me up sometime" is a beautifully direct telephone miracle. This is a prime example of Annemann's mantra of 'effect before method'. I found the following line from Annemann's introduction funny: I like to do these things so well that someday I'm going to write a twenty page introduction and follow it with one trick! Trouble is, however, that after that harangue the trick will HAVE to be good.
A complete, routined act of telepathy, mind reading, and clairvoyance, designed for two people, and possible of being presented before a most critical audience. The minimum of preparation is necessary for the maximum of effect. This was the first book Annemann wrote. It has a glowing introduction by Al Baker , although later in their lives Al and Ted were not always the best of friends.
As Annemann himself writes in the foreword, you will find routines employing simple methods and direct to-the-point presentations. This is mentalism at its best without any clutter confusing the effect. A few rare photos of Annemann performing can be found as well.
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A collection of twelve typically ingenious Annemann creations, from the pages of The Sphinx. Annemann teaches thirteen commercial mentalism pieces with slates, cards, dollar bills, telephone books and cigarettes. The majority of routines involves cards. Annemann's unique direct style is felt in each one of these effects.
This booklet is indeed a bargain, with effects by Hewitt, J. Thompson and Annemann. Among the effects you will find the famous Mental Masterpiece from Annemann. If you have ever wondered what is the best way to force a card or number or item in a certain situation, then you can stop wondering. Early in his life, Annemann began working as a railroad clerk and then got into show business as a tenor singer and a magician's assistant.
He eventually became interested in mentalism and used his invention and performance skills to become one of the most talented and respected magicians of the s. He invented the "Window Envelope" by and "Flat Rabbit" in Annemann perfected his own version of the famous bullet catch illusion, performing the effect outdoors.
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Accounts of his performance describe the feat as a dramatic effect wherein Annemann would collapse from the apparent force of the gun and then produce the bullet from his blood-drenched mouth. In he became the editor of the famous magazine The Jinx , published primarily for magicians. The magazine was primarily focused on mentalism, but did also feature ground-breaking effects from other fields of magic. The publication of this magazine ceased after Annemann's death and copies of it have become collector's items.
Effects from the magazine have been published in several books and manuscripts, among them Annemann's Practical Mental Magic. This book is considered a classic in the field of mentalism. Annemann also founded and edited The Sign of Exceptional Magic in Annemann was married twice and may have had a child by his first wife. His personality is the subject of much speculation. On the night of January 12, , Annemann was scheduled to perform his bullet catch indoors for the first time. Before the performance, he committed suicide.
Since the subject of suicide is complicated, we may never know exactly why he decided to end his own life. It is believed that Annemann was suffering from severe stage fright and drug abuse among other factors related to mental distress at the time of his death.