Search Products

What's Hot...

Retail Price: $30.00

Buy Now

Annemann's Practical Mental Effects Volume 5

by Osterlind, Richard

Product Rating:

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: Jim Sisti

Product Description

Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of Practical Mental Effects has been lauded as the perfect accompaniment to Annemann's age-old classic. On the first three volumes, Richard took effects straight out of the book and used them to completely destroy a modern audience of college students.

On volumes 4, 5 and 6, Richard Osterlind and Jim Sisti return to the same school and do it again, but with many amplified versions of other Practical Mental Effects material. For most of these routines, Richard changed the workings and methods slightly (or sometimes very significantly) to make the effects more direct and streamlined. You will love his thinking!

These six volumes truly offer the definitive work on the material from this classic book. There are routines for any situation whether close-up, parlor or stage and, additionally, you will learn classic principles of mentalism which you can apply to your own, original routines. If you ever wondered what this classic material would look like when presented in today's modern world to a contemporary audience, you now have your chance. Every effect is a stunner!

  • Bert Reese Secrets (for Groups)
  • Horrors!
  • Who Killed Mr. X?
  • Cherchez La Lady
  • Between the Lines
  • Ultra Slate Message
Date Added: Dec 8th, 2012
MLA SKU: 50c2f386ea150


Write your own review of Annemann's Practical Mental Effects Volume 5

Share our rating of Annemann's Practical Mental Effects Volume 5

If you would like to post our ratings of Annemann's Practical Mental Effects Volume 5, just place the following code into your website:

<iframe width="600" height="100" frameborder="0" src=""></iframe>

The rating will look as follows:

Feel free to change the size of the <iframe> to suit your needs.

About our Syndication Service

Official Review

April 6th, 2013 6:48pm
Reviewed by Jeff Stone
This part (within the red bordered box) is in the reviews for volumes 4, 5 and 6, so you can skip it if you've already read it.

How Shall I Judge?

This whole set is a weird set to judge and review. It's not quite fair to judge Richard Osterlind on any weak parts of the performance he may have had because, likely, most of the stuff on this set is not in his regular repertoire so I don't expect it to be polished. Secondly, according to Jim Sisti (co-host), this set also was not intended to be a "best of" series either, so I can't really judge the set based on whether or not the material chosen was the top Annemann stuff either. Due to the way the Annemann... [Read More]

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

Sponsored By