15 entries in Dice (small) / Production & Appearance
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Jean Hugard, Herbert Hood Dice Production and Tricks 1. Production of a dice (with a handkerchief)
2. A mind reading trick (with a handkerchief)
3. Dipping into the future (prediction on a business card, by Herbert Hood)
Aug. 1944 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 3) 64
Mel Stover Dice Stack Addenda climax for dice stacking routine, load of multiple dice and jumbo die
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 9
Norman Osborn Opposites card selected with invisible dice, they become visible and with them the card is found, see p. 288 for suggestion by Jack Avis
May 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 7) 260
Senor Carlos M. Mora Multiplying Die with cup, holdout behind ear
1969 Wonderful Routines of Magic 202
Mark Weston Multidie Box die penetrates pencil box and more dice are produced
Feb. 1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 6) 215
Walt Lees Dice-O-Metrics
Mar. 1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 7) 232
Karl Fulves Dice on Slate idea in which dice drawn on slate become real
1980 Curioser 12
Scotty York The Iron Pills production of four dice from purse frame, pills vanish in purse frame, dice stacking sequence with pill bottle and appearing pills as climax
1980 Decennial Prelection 21
Neville Wiltshire Cube Production fold-flat rubik's cubes as production items
1982 The Magic of the Cube 10
Paul Sorrentino Boxcards case that can produce things like four dice after full deck has been removed from it
1983 The Mendoza Portfolio No. 1 161
Martin Lewis Dice Propagation Chop Cup routine with dice, dice change color, produce large dice, final load is lots of small dice
1985 Martin's Miracles 133
Paul Gertner Triple Die-lemma bowl routine with dice & hat, two-in-the-hand, large and giant die climax
1994 Steel and Silver 167
Martin Gardner Surprise Finish production of giant dice from under dice cup
1995 A Die Of Another Color 39
Christian Scherer Der Glücklose Würfelspieler - Eine Dice-Stacking Routine four phases
1. three in the hands one in the pocket
2. dice stacking and traveling of dice from hand to under cup
3. spectator has to guess where the red die is and loses
4. jumbo die production
2000 Der glücklose Würfelspieler 16
Bob Ostin Pipe Dream cards removed from box, later dice or any other objects are produced from same box
2005 Bob Ostin — A Lifetime of Magical Inventions 48