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Magic Magazine - November 2014
Michael Carbonaro: Hiding in Plain Sight
By Derrin Berger
The Carbonaro Effect is a hit on the truTV network, with twice as many new shows ordered as originally planned. Michael Carbonaro and his team spend their days creating magic that doesn’t look like magic, and capturing people’s reactions on hidden cameras.
Rethinking Dell O’Dell
By Michael Claxton
She was one of the busiest professionals in magic for nearly thirty years, taking command of whatever style of venue she chose to play. Dell O’Dell and her husband, juggler Charlie Carrer, seem to have been liked by everyone — despite her much maligned rhyming patter.
By Chris Philpott
In September, Mat Franco accomplished what was previously thought to be highly unlikely: winning a season of America’s Got Talent with a magic act. He did it through a combination of tricks both old and new, charm, and an innate ability to adapt to the game.
You Never Know!
By Rory Johnston
How did Bill Malone, who has never acted before, land a guest-starring role on one of the most popular shows on television? Simply by being himself and being a magician — and being seen by a producer who wrote the non-magic role with one of his favorite magicians in mind.
Plus Updates on…
Magic at Disneyland’s Halloween Carnival
Allan Dickens’ Magnifica in France
Steve Santini on TV in Escape From
Remembrances of Bud Dietrich and Phil Wilmarth
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