1970
Written by Roy Johnson
Work of Roy Johnson
76 pages (Hardcover), published by A Goodliffe Publication
Illustrated with drawings by Dennis
Language: English
21 entries
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Ken Brooke Foreword
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Roy Johnson Viewpoint
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Roy Johnson Expansion of Texture three phases, first two with only one coin and handkerchief
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Roy Johnson The Policy method to load card under jacket near inner pocket
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Roy Johnson (1) Card to Pocket to right inner jacket pocket
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Roy Johnson (2) Card to Wallet
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Roy Johnson (3) The Policy card to stapled envelope, insurance presentation
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Roy Johnson Cent three coins in hand, always one is removed and when spectator is asked how many are left in the hand, he is wrong, after some repetition a perfume bottle appears in the hand
Inspired by
  • a routine by Milbourne Christopher in "Hugard's Magic Monthly"
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Roy Johnson The Dunbury Delusion
Inspired by 27
Frederick Braue The Braue Addition
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Roy Johnson Tie-Fun
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Roy Johnson Tootal Tie tie makes a sound, gag
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Roy Johnson Hypno-Tie tie follows movement of hand, similar to hypnotic handkerchief
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Roy Johnson The Bargain (with Apologies to Bert Allerton) story presentation, bill vanishes among pieces of newspaper
Inspired by 37
Roy Johnson Sensitive Fingers naming card when feeling them under table, then cards on either side of a reversed card are predicted
Inspired by 41
Roy Johnson "Pips-A-Plenty" - or Sensitive Fingers... Plus!!! card is put on spectator's hand and secured with a match box, card is then blank and pips found in box
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Roy Johnson Mental Card in Wallet - Two Variations on a Theme multiple prediction in wallet, written on playing and visiting cards
(1) Happy Holidays
(2) The "Lucky Box" Prediction
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Roy Johnson Solo Coins Through Table with four coins, glass and Okito Box
Inspired by 55
Roy Johnson Lapping from a Stack
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Roy Johnson Beat the Clock bill in orange with game show presentation
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Roy Johnson The Card and Chewing Gum card to chewing cum
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Data entered by Lorenz Schär.