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MAGIGRAM magazine ran from 1966 to 1995. It was printed by SUPREME MAGIC CO. and edited with superb ability by Ken de Courcy.
The collaborators were the best ever, just to name a few: Ken de Courcy, Edwin, Ian Adair, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Lewis Ganson, Maurice Fogel, Arthur Carter, George Blake, David Britland, Pavel, George Johnstone, Billy McComb and a certain Aldo Colombini (I had a column for over 20 years on card magic written by Lewis Ganson).
MATCHED SPELLOUT (Ken de Courcy): A card is selected (say the Ace of Hearts) and spelled. In the process four packets are dealt and the four Aces appear. Can be done in any language. Strong routine!
JOKERS ALL (Ravelle and Andree): You show three jumbo sized Jokers. A spectator picks a card from a deck and one of the Jokers is selected. This changes into a duplicate of the selected card!
SPOTTED (Ravelle and Andree): A card is freely selected among six jumbo cards. This card is the only one having a big spot on its back!
PURE COINCIDENCE (Ulrich Keuler): A selected card appears in the middle of the deck between two other cards!
CHROMATIQUE SPELL (Leslie May): Two sets of cards with colored spots and squares. A spectator picks a spot from one set and you will reveal the selected spot using the other set of cards!
THE POWER OF SEVEN (Arthur Carter): A nice effect using a regular deck of cards. A spectator finds the four Sevens!
THREE COME TOGETHER (Peter Rees): Although the Aces (or any other value) are clearly dealt and separated with other cards, they assemble together. Totally impromptu!
THE TENERIFE DOUBLE DISCOVERY (Melo Dait): Two spectators remove a card each from two packets and it shows that they remove each other's card, although they had no idea of what each choose!
THE SHRINKING QUEEN (D. F. Parker): A Queen placed between two other cards, shrinks to become a miniature card!
VERBO-CHIPS (Arthur Carter): A spectator selects a chip among four and you show that you have predicted the choice. The method reveals a verbal force that it is worth the price of the DVD. It can be done with other different objects!