The First Japan Lecture
- Pocket Coins
- Open Travelers
- Hypnotic Stone
- Wild Coin: Triple Change
- Ball and Coins
- Hang Time
- Thanks to Kaps
- Easy Handkerchief Backfire
By David Neighbors, Robert D. LaRue, Jr.
This is the “english version” of David Neighbors’ First Japan lecture from 1993.
- “Pocket Coins” – The magician shows a pocket that has been torn off a pair of jeans. “This”, he explains, “is where I keep all of my money.” The “pocket” is dropped on the table and he proceeds to produce thee coins from it, one at a time. The coins magically jump back into the pocket then back out again. Once more, the coins jump back into the pocket and completely vanish!
- “Balls and Coins” – Three half dollars change places with a shrunken baseball several times, then vanishes completely. The ball instantly expands to a full size and then also vanishes.
- “Thanks to Kaps” – A Chinese coin and a half dollar repeatedly change places when wrapped in a silk. Finally, it is revealed that two extra coins have been used throughout the routine … two giant coins, that is!
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