EPISODE #09*

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AIRED 9th WEEK November 26 1960 KELLOGGS SHOW #9
(1 Cartoon Show)
Opening- Production 0:06
Circus Wagon - Teaser 1:38
Vanishing Cage of Doves (on table) 2:15
Commercial - Mark on tape 3:28
Cartoon lead in - Silk into Utility Cone 4:28
Cartoon - Pixie and Dixie (Cut)
Commercial - Film 5:06
Cards to Pocket - SOH 6:08
Hippity Hop Rabbits 8:38
Mark in Audience - Newspaper (cut out circle turns to square) 11:12
Commercial - Mark on tape 12:45
Allakazam Hat Lead in to Circus Wagon (Clifford) 13:49
Circus Wagon - Drum - illusion 14:47
Commercial - Film 19:53
Audience Ticket Plug 21:02
Cast - Good bye 21:15
Close and Closing Credits 21:32
  • Thomas says:

    Loved the voice over by everyone in episode 9. it makes that episode even more special! hopefully there will be time to do more this year.. Thanks again!

  • Elson Bihm says:

    The commentary by Mark, Nani, and Greg is fascinating and educational. Anyone interested in magic can learn a lot from these shows. The handling of props like the Hippity Hop Rabbits is always very original (e.g., the use of the tray held by Nani and the addition of the characters of Nani and Rebo turn a small trick into a showy magical routine). Mark Wilson’s handling of the Cards to Pocket is indeed flawless and filled with showmanship (Dai Vernon said that genius is in the details – this presentation proves it).

  • What memories this brings back. I was 10 when it first aired. I remember saying to my Dad while watching the show, “Dad, he has every trick in the catalog!”
    Great fun watching these again.
    Best,
    Bill

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