A piece of visual comedy, presented by Bob Lang in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Recorded by Larry Thornton.
Larry Thornton Collection
This live performance by Dale Harney was recorded by Larry Thornton in Calgary, Alberta in 1974, five years before The Magic Palace originally aired. In addition to magic, there is interactive video with Santa (16mm film).
Recorded in Calgary, Alberta by Larry Thornton. Martin Nash performs material from his first two books, Ever So Sleightly and Any Second Now by Stephe Minch, including "Kings Incognito" (based on "Triumph"), "Palm Unseen" (a version of the "Open Travellers"), "Down the Garden Path", "Free Cut Faro Sandwich", and "Limited Ambitions" (based on Larry Jennings' "Ambitious Classic").
This tour of the Micky Hades Internatioal store in Calgary, Alberta was recorded by Larry Thornton. It includes a guest appearance by John Kaplan.
A chosen card is located with the help of a balloon.
Performance recorded by Larry Thornton.
Recorded by Larry Thornton.
This recording of Tom Ogden was made by Larry Thornton in Calgary, Alberta.
Scott Imler takes a look at "the humorous side of smoking" with multiple transpositions involving cards, cigarettes and matches. This performance was recorded at Micky Hades International in Calgary, Alberta.
This performance was recorded by Larry Thornton in San Francisco.
It includes an off-beat approach to cutting the aces involving dice, "Les Cartes Diaconis" — a version of the The General Card found in Dai Vernon's Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic, a Ace Assembly with a surprise ending and a demonstration of Dice Stacking.
This clip of Ernie Bryan was recorded by Larry Thornton in Spokane, WA.
This combination of card magic and gambling demonstrations includes the “Dai Vernon Poker Demonstration” from The Dai Vernon Book of Magic.
May 2020: Our thanks to Mr. Bryan’s great-grandniece Jenifer Bryan for the name correction.