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IAN ADAIR'S ultimate sequel to complete his series of three books dealing with The Supreme Magic Company.
Scores of crazy incidents which, although may be hard to believe, really did happen! Disasters, failures, catastrophes, calamities, blunders, slipups, mishaps, mistakes, misjudgements and bloopers galore.
Written in his usual entertaining style, IAN ADAIR remembers those quirky situations at the famous Supreme Magic Company, which although were frowned upon at the time, seem crazy and funny now, including outrageous incidents at the magic depot or the times when the firm was working behind dealer stands at hundreds of magic conventions.
Like the time when one such ‘incident’ happened outside the premises of Supreme late one evening. Arriving early the following morning at the premises, we noticed the letter P was missing from the Supreme sign. We later found out that a small gang of lads were returning home from a local night club, when one was reported to have said “I need a pee!” One of the other lads climbed onto the window sill and ‘obliged’ him – he removed the letter P.
THE BOOK CONTAINS MANY SECTIONS
Mail order customers – Manufacturing misfortunes – Convention dems & dealer halls – Back at the depot – In transit – Magigram (our monthly magazine) misjudgements …and ACTION! (video film bloopers) – Publishing pending – major book manuscripts go missing!
IAN ADAIR is the author of 318 books; this title will probably be his last. This book is produced in similar format to his previous ones.
Professionally printed and produced by a leading book printing firm. Illustrated. Full colour, laminated cover (cartoon illustration by top cartoonist, Ian West). The book contains scores of amusing incidents which really did happen.
“Your book ‘You don’t have to be crazy to be a magic dealer – but it helps!’ just arrived. I opened the package and of course immediately opened the book, and kept reading it instead of working! Great stories, and they all ring true.”
Samuel Patrick Smith:
Executive editor of The Linking Ring magazine (International Brotherhood of Magicians U.S.A.)
The book can be signed to you – just ask.