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At last—the wait is over! L&L Publishing is proud to present Bill Malone—and he's on the loose!
For the last 25 years, Bill has made his living performingmagic and along the way, he's made numerous appearances on national television (including NBC's "World's Greatest Magic" and "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous") in addition to performing for high profile clients that, if listed, would read like a "Who's Who" of corporate America.
In the "On The Loose" series, you'll see why Bill is one of the most entertaining and successful magicians of our time—and you'll learn some powerful, commercial magic at the same time. Besides tricks, you'll be privy to inside information from a guy who really knows the business side of magic—tips that will help to bring your own performances to life and make your business as an entertainer more successful.
With Bill Malone, it's all about presentation, style and timing, so sit back and enjoy your front row seats for one of the funniest magicians on the planet. You're entering the Malone Zone—and Bill is on the loose!
Direct from the Factory Inspired by Michael Skinner, this version of the Mental Photography Cards is Bill's favorite!
The Kings Produce An easy-to-do Ace production using a combination of Marlo ideas.
Maxi-Twist Mr. Roger Smith's unbelievable classic of magic with Bill's presentation!
Apex Aces 2002 An important touch on the original Apex Aces plus visual reappearance!
Name Any Number and You Can Do It Too! Two card classics come together with Bill's magical blend of Paul Cummins' masterpiece, Count On It, and David Solomon's ingenious Cutting Tens!
Bill's Cards Across As seen on ABC's Champions of Magic! Your audience will love this fun routine which Bill uses all the time for stand-up and close-up.
Standing Ovation Invisible Deck Bill's wonderful presentation for the Invisible Deck, which builds and builds into a guaranteed standing ovation!
hi Bill this is maurice from Florida and I work at the maikai Polynesian restaurant you were my first magic teacher you used to teach me magic at the hudinis bar i hope you are healthy and doing well thanks body
year's ago i ordered malone meets marlo.and nvr really used it.was very hard.i wish i bought this series.it looks fun and looks easier.marlos has palms and hard forces and holding breaks in 3 spots.its tough to learn and remember
When you are annoyed by the mustache man, you're not really into magic, cause if you do, you're eyes would follow every move of the magician.
When that guy started a riffle shuffle with the invicible deck; "You gotta take it out of the box first.
Excuse me but I'm also annoyed but his guy on the first row. He is overreacting all the time or he is drunk... Or both! Bill Malone is great, of course, but this guy is like a extra misdirection, because you can miss all the tricks.
That was the funniest presentation of the Invisible Deck I've ever seen! And people think Dynamo's version is good lol. These kids need to start finding out who Tommy Wonder, Del Ray, Michael Ammar, Bill Malone, and the whole L&L Club are. Then they might realize what crap TV magic really is! (I know L&L doesn't have any Del Ray stuff but it'd be cool if they did right?)
i just cant learn off youtube.its impossible.that cardshuffler kid has alot of subs.and he has major adhd. he nvr stops doing flourishes and during explaining one move he is doing flustration counts or shooting cards in the air.im like wow your the worse teacher in the world.yet has so many kiddie followers.that addore him.then i found out why. he does giveaways.which i highly doubt are real. he gives away 100 gift cards. for a video that gets 5k views. a total scam .
I know he does it all the time. But Please tell me he choreographed the cards in mouth gag specifically because it was after the trick in which he directed the woman to kindly jam those cards up her ass. Also, whenever john's family & friends decided to hold an intervention for his coke habit. I thank god they waited until after this masterpiece.
well I believe that john the ustache guy is a paid "enthusiasm actor .. paid by bob Malone to hype the crowd... kinda like the crisis actors do in these news stories now adays .. but this is a better endeavor but still not authentic
yes the spectator to his left is a repeat spectator [david]. In the 1st couple of L&L vids he was a natural, probably an employee like other repeat spectators in L&L vids. He was genuinely amazed as anyone would be when front row watching L&L magicians. However, his natural reactions got a shot of reality show stardom with the same sincerity of spectators in early Blaine TV shows. Then it became schtick. He became a character who thought he was part of the act. He started to overdress. I think in a few of the later vids, including this one, he is a distraction. I believe in one review of a video it was mentioned the guy got out of hand with his over-zealousness. L&L had a good idea with a cooperative yet naive audience instead of the solo instructional vids at the time but they let this guy become too noticeable.
Sechskies Eun Ji Won and rookie singers Lee Soo Hyun and Kim Eun Bi performed the third OST single titled "Love Song". The rookies, who are both training to debut in HYWY Entertainments girl group HYWY Girls, joined the veteran to sing about falling in love with an unlikely person. The rhythmic medium temp track is the perfect tune to make your spring days even brighter.
As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.