Magic Nook Magic
Mystery of the
Four Card Monte
No Fishing - Go Fishing
& His Gang
The Invisible Man Strikes Again!
by Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki
The plot is Tenkai's Homing Card,
but the method is pure Qua-Fiki, and no difficult sleight
of hand is required. The eight bunnies used are still
their happy-go-lucky game-playing selves, but their game
keeps getting interrupted by the Big Bad Wolf from
"another" story. Again and again he reappears
in their midst just as the audience is trying to choose
one of the bunnies to be "IT." Finally, the
wolf is caged where he can't do any harm, but the bunny
chosen to be IT can no longer be found, and all eight
bunnies end up on the same card waving their ears at the
audience. As for the Big Bad Wolf, he escapes at the end.
This is designed to be as flexible as
possible, so each magician will probably perform it
differently depending on the ages of the audience and
show circumstances. You can choose to perform it with
just four bunny cards (and four wolf transformations), or
use up to eight bunny cards and up to eight wolf
transformations, or combinations in-between to suit your
needs. The video below demonstrates the effect performed
with eight cards and five wolf transformations.
Print the cards yourself using your
Kid Qua-fiki's Big, Bad Bunnies from James Gerrish on Vimeo.
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