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Reel Magic Quarterly - Episode 2 (Jason Alexander)

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD

Product Description

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Jason Alexander
Did you know that Jason Alexander (George from Seinfeld) won Parlour Magician of the Year at the Magic Castle? But what's even more amazing is that he deserved it! Listen to Jason as he to talks to John Lovick about how he created this award-winning act.

Kevin James talks to Tim Trono about life on a reality show and how Simon Cowell (American Idol) countributed to getting him ousted.


Andrew Pinard
- continuum
Andrew goes to New York City and speaks with Bill Kalush, Executive Director of the Conjuring Arts Research Center

Off the Shelf is proud to introduce Joel Givens' new book "Session" written by Josh Jay. Josh interviews Joel and Joel performs his Karate coin routine. This is arguably the best Ninja Coin Reel Magic has ever seen! And he explains it!

Reel Magic Quarterly is proud to welcome two new columnists

Jon Armstrong - Small Things, Big Difference
Close-Up Magician of the year at the Castle

Simon Lovell - Simon said IT!
The ever-controversial Simon Lovell sounds off on magic and the internet

Garrett Thomas with Try This At Home


David Regal - Tricks of the Trade

Wayne Kawamoto - Choice Cuts

Bonus Tricks:

Geoff Williams "Ready to Link"
A no-move get-ready for Linking Rubberbands

Joel Givens "Ninja Coin"
Joel's fantastic Karate Coin

"Bar Room Blues" An amazing Color-Changing Deck from Big Blind Media's "new" artist George McBride

Running Time Approximately 120min
Date Added: Oct 25th, 2007


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February 15th, 2010 1:21pm
Reviewed by Paul Budd
If it were not for Jason Alexander....I would've given this issue 4.5 stars. There is a lack of constancy re: the quality of the video.....really, I should say with the quality of the "commercials" found between the video segments. Some of the commercials are just too long and boring, but then again: that's what God gave us "FF" for, right?! That said, once again......lots a cool stuff here.
The Jason Alexander segment alone is worth twice the cost of the product! This is one DVD you need in your collection.

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