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Bert Allerton Bamboozle story presentation with bills
Variations 1947 Stars of Magic (Vol. 3 No. 2) 43
George G. Kaplan Kaplan's Clock Trick card from circle to matchbox, thirteen duplicates
Related toVariations 1948 The Fine Art of Magic 72
Milton Kort Coins Through the Table with shell and glass
Variations 1952 Modern Coin Magic 276
Bill Simon Danbury Delusion
Variations 1952 Effective Card Magic 83
Roy Johnson The Bet without Odds solution
Inspired by Sep. 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 11) 56
Jack Avis Sensitive Fingers naming card when feeling them behind back, then cards on either side of a selection
Variations June 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 8) 38
Karl Fulves The Bet without Odds Problems with Cards - No. Three
one red card in black pile and vice versa, spectator should choose a pile and find a black card, but he chooses black pile and the only red card therein
for solutions see references
Variations June 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 8) 39
Roy Johnson Rope Thru Impromptu!
Inspired by Sep. 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 364
Roy Johnson Viewpoint
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 1
Roy Johnson Expansion of Texture three phases, first two with only one coin and handkerchief
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 7
Roy Johnson The Policy method to load card under jacket near inner pocket
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 15
Roy Johnson (1) Card to Pocket to right inner jacket pocket
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 18
Roy Johnson (2) Card to Wallet
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 18
Roy Johnson (3) The Policy card to stapled envelope, insurance presentation
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 18
Roy Johnson Cent three coins in hand, always one is removed and when spectator is asked how many are left in the hand, he is wrong, after some repetition a perfume bottle appears in the hand
Inspired by
  • a routine by Milbourne Christopher in "Hugard's Magic Monthly"
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 23
Roy Johnson The Dunbury Delusion
Inspired by 1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 27
Roy Johnson Tie-Fun
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 33
Roy Johnson Tootal Tie tie makes a sound, gag
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 33
Roy Johnson Hypno-Tie tie follows movement of hand, similar to hypnotic handkerchief
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 35
Roy Johnson The Bargain (with Apologies to Bert Allerton) story presentation, bill vanishes among pieces of newspaper
Inspired by 1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 37
Roy Johnson Sensitive Fingers naming card when feeling them under table, then cards on either side of a reversed card are predicted
Inspired by 1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 41
Roy Johnson "Pips-A-Plenty" - or Sensitive Fingers... Plus!!! card is put on spectator's hand and secured with a match box, card is then blank and pips found in box
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 45
Roy Johnson Mental Card in Wallet - Two Variations on a Theme multiple prediction in wallet, written on playing and visiting cards
(1) Happy Holidays
(2) The "Lucky Box" Prediction
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 49
Roy Johnson Solo Coins Through Table with four coins, glass and Okito Box
Inspired by 1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 55
Roy Johnson Lapping from a Stack
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 57
Roy Johnson Beat the Clock bill in orange with game show presentation
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 63
Roy Johnson The Card and Chewing Gum card to chewing cum
1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 71
Jon Racherbaumer Almost Making It four blank cards, four Aces, change place one by one, see page 169 (of Tannen's Reprint) for correction
Variations 1970 Hierophant (Issue 4) 213
Joseph K. Schmidt Rope Thru rope through performer's body
Variations June 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 8) 344
Bascom Jones The Mystic Word on a palmistry gag by Roy Johnson
1970 The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 2) 10
Eddie Fields The Zodiac Card Mystery card divination effect with astrological sign presentation, also divine how many cards spectator hides in pocket
Related toAlso published here 1971 On the Clock Effect 6
Roy Johnson Dear Reader
1971 Second Time Around iv
Roy Johnson, Bob Ostin Ostin-Tatious coin penetrates table and arrives under handkerchief on the table several time, then it changes into another coin
Related to
  • Bob Ostin's "Fingertip Fantasies"
1971 Second Time Around 1
Roy Johnson Burst comedy routine, stack of picture and word cards, one is predicted and water appears from card
1971 Second Time Around 6
Roy Johnson Hypno-Hank gag, handkerchief moves up and down, invisible hair presentation
1971 Second Time Around 11
Roy Johnson The Duplicator Button with two decks, card selected by throwing dice
1971 Second Time Around 15
Roy Johnson Flap Finesse... (or How to eliminate Flap Fumble!!!) window envelope for switching cards, billets etc.
1971 Second Time Around 21
Roy Johnson Spot (The amazing vanishing rabbit!!) comedy routine, card with rabbit in a top hat is put in window envelope, rabbit vanishes from card
Related to
  • Bill Severn's "Magic Comedy"
1971 Second Time Around 23
Roy Johnson Sponges with purse frame, mini sponge ball climax
1971 Second Time Around 27
Roy Johnson Sponge Ball Vanish in purse frame
1971 Second Time Around 28
Roy Johnson Un-Worldly
1971 Second Time Around 35
Roy Johnson, Morty Rudnick The Schmuck Prediction! four way out prediction envelope, "all schmucks choose ..."
1971 Second Time Around 39
Roy Johnson Telegram Surprise telegram is brought to performance which reveals a card a spectator is sitting on
1971 Second Time Around 43
Roy Johnson, Bobby Collins "Pop Goes the..." knife or fork is vanished, seated, à la knife swallowing
1971 Second Time Around 45
Roy Johnson The Spotted Can presentation for Jack Hughes' "The Polka Dot Barrel" / "Can Can Polka", poem, first in The Talisman No. 52
1971 Second Time Around 49
Roy Johnson, Peter Warlock On the Slate two signed slates with different symbols, one put under spectator's foot and one in envelope, symbols change places, flap
Variations 1971 Second Time Around 53
Roy Johnson The Ultimate Key box with slit, locked by padlock, keys put in slit last one opens the lock
1971 Second Time Around 61
Roy Johnson Suitcase Table
1971 Second Time Around 71
Jon Racherbaumer, Roy Johnson Jon's Gem four blank cards, four Aces, change place one by one
Inspired by 1971 Second Time Around 75
Roy Johnson Yours Sincerly
1971 Second Time Around 84
Roy Johnson The Cookhill Transposition two cards in signed envelopes transpose
Related to 1972 The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 60) 297
Roy Johnson 'O.T.L.' Prediction one ahead prediction wit Out to Lunch, business cards, clever ruse of writing numbers
Related to 1972 The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 63) 313
Karl Fulves (reviewer) Second Time Around by Roy Johnson Feb. 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 4) 599
Roy Johnson Cookhill a la O.T.L.!!! card transposition in signed envelopes
Related to 1973 The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 74) 367
Unknown False Cut #2 tabled, top half kicked to the right with right first finger during straight table cut, creator guessed as Roy Johnson
1978 Ned's Ultimate Poker Stack 5
Roy Johnson Appendix One ... Basic Sponge Vanish credit according to Busby's review
1982 The Professional Routines of Ron Fredrick 32
Jeff Busby (reviewer) The Finn Jon Zombie Routine/Roy Johnson's Cent/The Malcolm Davison Book Test by Ken Brooke 1983 Epoptica (Issue 4) 203
Jeff Busby (reviewer) A World of Clocks by Roy Johnson 1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 344
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Roy Johnson's Flawless/Ken Brooke on the Hamman Count by Ken Brooke 1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 351
Roy Johnson Introduction
1984 A World of Clocks i
Roy Johnson Time Please with variation, folded card in matchbox
Inspired by 1984 A World of Clocks 1
Roy Johnson Zodiaclock blank cards with zodiac signs
Related toVariations 1984 A World of Clocks 4
Roy Johnson Roy Johnson on the Breakthrough Card System
Inspired by 1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 387
Roy Johnson Klok card vanish among 12 cards, second phase card to matchbox
Inspired by 1984 A World of Clocks 7
Roy Johnson Breakthrough Clock selection pocketed and divined
1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 388
Roy Johnson A Close-Up Routine cards are divined and predicted with Brainwave Pack, using the Breakthrough Card System
1984 Epoptica (Issue 6) 388
Roy Johnson Surprise Item jumbo card prediction, normal card turns blank and pips found on mirror
Inspired by
  • Ken Perk's "Peeky Mirror" marketed by Ken Brooke
1984 A World of Clocks 11
Roy Johnson The Switch envelope switch, normal card is switched while removing prediction jumbo card
1984 A World of Clocks 14
Roy Johnson Mythical Princess two cards are found, clock theme, prediction with sucker element
1984 A World of Clocks 17
Roy Johnson Zodiaclock Bonus spectator's birth sign is determined with clock principle and zodiac cards
1987 Epoptica (Issue 10) 516
Jeff Busby (reviewer) Suparings by Roy Johnson 1988 Epoptica (Issue 11) 534
Paul Hallas An 'L' Of A Trick Clock trick with ABC cards
Inspired by 1990 Mental Mix 21
Roy Johnson Objective three objects selected via cards with words on them, predicted, one-ahead
1992 New Sorcerer (Vol. 1 No. 2) 5
Roy Johnson, Mark Leveridge Envelope Stack to switch something
Inspired by
  • "Flawless" (Roy Johnson, Third Dimension)
1992 Magic with Credit Cards 8
Ron Bauer, Roy Johnson Owed to Poker Dan five double-backers become five aces
Inspired by
  • "Poker Dan" (Roy Johnson, Everyman Cards, 1981)
2001 Owed to Poker Dan 1
Roy Johnson Introduction
2004 Dobson's Choice 3 3
Gene Anderson Picto Transpo performer draws spectator and vice versa on poster boards, signed pictures change places in envelopes
A. Performance
B. Introduction
C. Set-up and handling
D. Gene's script
E. Props
Inspired by 2016 Gene Anderson - The Book 17
Gene Anderson, Jim Hooper, Roy Johnson Nemo Jumbo Rising Card with houlette, card rises from envelope, two phases
A. Sneak preview
B. Background and credits
C. Introduction
D. Gene's Script
E. Rapid prototype
F. The props
G. Thread preparation
H. Thread management
I. Understanding thread
J. Initial set-up and first card rise
K. Second card rise
L. Striking and resetting
M. The quest for thread
2016 Gene Anderson - The Book 41
John Lovick The Handsome Jack Lotto presentation for McCombical Prediction
Inspired by
  • "Lucky Cards" (Roy Johnson, By My Guest Plus!, 1989)
2016 The Performance Pieces & Divertissements of the Famous Handsome Jack, etc. 11