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Learn Magic Tricks with Frank's Video Tapes!

You can learn to be a magician with Frank's tapes!
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Learn Magic Tricks with Frank's Video Tapes! - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Got a thing for David Blane? David Copperfield? Thanks to cool videos from a guy named Frank called Magic Frank's Lessons in Magic, you can learn to be a magician!

Have you ever wanted to amaze and astound your peeps? Do you often get the feeling that there's a rabbit in your hat and you just can't get it out? Now, quicker than you can say Hermione Granger, you can become a magician with Magic Frank's Lessons in Magic videos.

The Good Stuff About Magic Frank

This series of four tapes spills on all the slight-of-hand stuff in an easy to follow fashion. You don't even need to worry about dropping all your hard-earned cash on wands and doves, cuz Magic Frank teaches you how to do these cool, magic tricks with everyday objects like sugar, crayons and rubber bands. And, when it's time to try your hand at card tricks, poof - like magic, a deck of cards appears with the video. Well okay, it was there all the time, but it was nice of Frank to include it.

No Glitz or Glamour With Magic Frank

If you're looking for a David Copperfield, 'let's make the Statue of Liberty disappear' kind of video you've come to the wrong place. Magic Frank's Lessons in Magic videos are all about the basics. But it's a good start - and then who knows? Maybe someday soon you'll be trying to explain to your 'rents what you did with the Statue of Liberty.

Rating: 3

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