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Miguel Gomez performs Hofzinser's "Everywhere and Nowhere" on Chantatachán, a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

French magician Gaëtan Bloom performs a card trick based on Emil Jarrow's juggling feat, "Eggs and Glasses".

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

René Lavand presents a routine based upon George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Goldfinger and Dove perform on Chantatachán, a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Juan Tamariz performs Charlie Miller's "Rub-A-Dub-Dub" from Expert Card Technique.

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Polish magician Salvano (Tomasz Chelminski) performs his stage act which includes the repeated appearances of glasses of liquid.

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Juan Tamariz explains how a skilled magician might locate chosen cards. "Neither Blind Nor Silly" appeared in his book Sonata

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Juan Tamariz makes some milk disappear (magically).

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Juan Tamariz performs close-up card magic on Chantatachán.

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

Ricky Jay performs “The Laughing Kings,” which is also known as Cliff Green’s “The Aces of Spades as a Sorcerer's Apprentice.” Ricky also called this routine “Laughing Aces.” Thank you to Dustin Stinett for the correciton (March 2020).

Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.

Submitted Tue, 05/08/2018

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