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Great Scott! It's Magic!

by Scott F. Guinn

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: General
Media Type: DVD

Product Description

11 of Scott's favorite routines performed and explained. On this DVD, you'll find material from Scott's "A List," the stuff he performs for real people in real-world paying gigs. Idaho Travelers, A Visit to Boise, Red Hot Mama's Lips , Peanut, Butter & Jelly, Magic Western Union, Universal Appeal, What the...?, Treasure Valley Twist, Simply Stop, Magic Jumprope. BONUS: Great Scott's Ring & Rope Routine.
Date Added: Oct 15th, 2003
MLA SKU: 0dV3bKdsXUS2iSw

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Official Review

October 16th, 2003 9:42am
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Reviewed by David Acer
Although I have never met the man, even a cursory screening of this DVD confirms that Scott Guinn is a talented and thoughtful professional. Perhaps more importantly (given his line of work), he has the gift of a warm temperament, which makes others feel comfortable around him. That alone puts him in an elite class of magician.

Great Scott! It's Magic, his first DVD, is a well-shot production featuring 11 routines straight from his professional repertoire. All the material is performed in front of a live (not to be confused with lively) audience, but virtually EVERY effect is Scott's version of someone else's routine, more personalizations than variations. This, of course, is what every working pro should be doing -- infusing his repertoire with the world-view that makes him unique. But whether or not that material will then be of interest to other magicians is another matter.

Of the 11 routines taught here, 7 use cards. Simply Stop is the best of the bunch, a "stop... [Read More]

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