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24 Years Of Living Next Door To Ellis DVD

by Ellis & Webster

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Category: General
Media Type: DVD

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Tim and Sue-Anne have adapted one of there incredible lectures into 3 hours of wonder on this incredible DVD. Ellis & Webster have been known to bring there audiences to multiple ovations. There magic and presentation techniques are world renowned.

Featuring:

  • The mindblowing Soda Can Resurrection
  • The Freddy Krueger Kard stab
  • A novel Bare Hand Coin Vanish
  • Coins Across
  • Spiral Bound, utility note pad for mentalists
  • Hi Tek Deck, a "computer controlled" deck
  • The Seven of Diamonds trick
  • Divide and Conquer, a great two-person code system
  • Big Deal
  • Essays on Women in Magic, Creativity and Riders
  • 3 new MagicSports games!
  • A comedy piece or two... just for fun
Date Added: Nov 11th, 2004
MLA SKU: veuBtIQQZ03IOf0

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Official Review

April 5th, 2005 11:45pm
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Reviewed by David Acer
As with Ellis in Wonderland, 24 Years of Living Next Door to Ellis is a DVD within a DVD. That is to say, in addition to presenting live performances and “backstage” explanations, the DVD as a whole entertains a larger story arc, in this case featuring Tim Ellis’s “nosy next-door neighbor” (played by Sue-Anne Webster), who spies on Tim in an effort to dope out the workings of his tricks.

There is a mix of stand-up and close-up routines, most of which are relatively easy to accomplish from a technical stand-point. Indeed, the only misstep is the one piece that requires sleight of hand, a derivative three-coins-across routine that features a classic palm in which Tim’s hand spends much of the time looking like a cow’s udder. And I apologize if my comment strikes you as being insensitive, but frankly, despite my respect for him, I owe Tim a little pain for making me sit through the “Six Card Rap... [Read More]
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