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Learn to Levitate DVD

by Maxwell, Mike

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Category: General
Media Type: DVD

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Learn to Levitate with Michael Maxwell - Now on DVD!

Learn the Secrets of Levitation

Learn the most amazing feats of magic possible-levitations! No effect compares to having an ordinary, everyday object seemingly defy gravity. Watch your audience gasp with delight as they witness the miracle of levitation. On "Learning to Levitate," you will learn the closely-guarded secrets of making objects float in mind-air, things like money, matches, cards, knives, canes, balls and the coup de gras, yourself! Yes, it's true. With no special gimmicks whatsoever, you can give the perfect illusion of levitating yourself right off the ground. And even more, it's easy to do! Contains:

* The Floating Dollar Bill (with Thread Reel)
* The Floating Dollar Bill (featuring the "Burr Secret")
* The Levitating Dollar Bill
* The Floating Match
* Swiss Movement (Paul Harris' Animated Pocket Knife)
* The Floating Card
* The Dancing Cane
* The Floating Ball (for stage)
* The Balducci Levitation (Floating yourself!)

Running Time: Approximately 40 Minutes

Available from your favorite magic dealer.
Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006


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December 26th, 2003 5:43pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
I believe it was Samuel Johnson who wrote, "Your manuscript is both original and good. Unfortunately the parts that are good are not original and the parts that are original are not good."

Unfortunately, not even so much can be said for this DVD.

First, let me get something out of the way. In this DVD Mike Maxwell tips a number of marketed items without permission or credit. This I find untenable and as such will only give the product 1/2 a star, though in truth it probably wouldn't have earned much more. There is even a fairly awkward moment where he hedges his bets saying that a floating ball hook up he is about to teach is his own no matter if it is similar to others. This is fine, independent creations happen all the time. But given the fact there is outright theft on the tape, this disclaimer seems to me disingenuous. At the least he should have credited who he feels might have had a similar idea. If his is original to him, that's fine. No harm in acknowledging other's... [Read More]

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