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3 Pieces of Silver

by Klan, Rune

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: Vanishing Inc.
Publication Summary: 2010, 60 minutes
Format: DVD

Product Description

Rune Klan has become a public sensation for his comedy magic, but before that he was recognized by magicians as an exemplary coin technician. In 1998, a young Danish Rune Klan surfaced with a collection of coin effects unlike any that preceded it. The rules were simple: Rune used no gaffs, and seemingly only three coins. Yet with the simplest of props, he did inexplicable and visual coin tricks.

This collection contains revolutionary coin magic as difficult as it is amazing. If you're looking for a challenge and a reward, look no further.

This DVD almost wasn't. The master copy was destroyed in a fire, and the footage has been out of print for nearly a decade. Recently rediscovered and recaptured from VHS, Vanishing Inc. Magic is proud to make this neo-classic available again.

Running Time: Approximately 60 mins
Date Added: Apr 24th, 2010


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February 11th, 2014 5:31am
Reviewed by Dr. J. M. Ayala de Cedoz
"This video almost wasn't." What an interesting and intriguing statement. Once you read the reason why (the master copy was destroyed in a fire), it makes sense.

As a coin magic specialist, I for one am very grateful that this was able to be released. Anyone performing coin magic for more than six months has heard of Rune Klan, and rightfully so - he is an excellent magician and an even better coin magician!

Since this video was created some time ago (1998) and was recently re-captured from VHS (remember those?!), its quality is similar to VHS. All things considered, completely forgivable. There have been many other great DVDs reproduced the same way that turned out to be excellent learning sources - for example: The George Sands homemade rope video.

The performance section of the video was clearly staged with six people at two tables eating a meal in a set-up restaurant type of location - it looked nice. Rune Klan walks up to one of the tables and introduces himself by name... [Read More]

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