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Dell O'Dell lauded as one of the most successful magicians—male or female—of her era. See some of her home movies of her at home, on stage and with her husband, Charlie Carrer.
Luna De Verano was a television show produced in Spain for Canal Sur in 1990. The show was hosted by Juan Tamariz with a mix of close-up and stage performances with a number of special guests.
The Magic Palace was a Canadian television series, produced and hosted by Dale Harney, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, which was an inspiration for a generation of magicians. The show gave viewers a broad sampling of magic acts from North America and Europe in an unprecedented scale.
Join Juan Tamariz and travel back to 1992 when he performed on one of his last television shows in Spain. With separate sets for close-up, parlour and stage performances, the program was able to explore magic in all of its facets.
There have been several versions and variations, and here, we have selected five of the many that reside in The Screening Room. Check out these interesting cup and ball routines featuring René Lavand, David Williamson, Paul Gernter, Johnny Thompson and Ross Bertram.

From 1976 to 1981, magic enthusiast Larry Thornton, of Calgary, Canada, had the wherewithal to bring along his heavy recording gear to magic conventions, lectures and general magic gatherings all around the Pacific Northwest.

Ross Bertram (1912-1992) was one of magic's brightest stars. Here is a sampling of his fine coin handling, advanced card manipulations, and exquisite and creative cup and ball sequences, and more!