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MAGIC KIT ILLUSION

A Client contacted us asking about replacing their Blammo Box.  They wanted a straight-forward production, but needed something that would give them a bit more than 10-seconds of stage time.  THIS is what we came up with. (Yes, that's one ugly box-jumper...but they FIT!) Mechanically, it's a cross between an Indian Sword Basket and an upside-down Dove Pan -- with ...

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Jarrett Machine

A NEW S.N.A.F.U....and it's not just for SHOES anymore! It's all explained in the demo video below, but basically though we LOVED the S.N.A.F.U., it had some drawbacks that we wanted to address.  Portability, performing angles, impossible location...and PRICE. Enter, The Jarrett Machine! As you can see, we've made the possibility of a retriever chest type reproduction possible, ...

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S.N.A.F.U.

S.N.A.F.U. Machine

    Whether you call it the "Wiz Cote," "WizKote" or "O.O.P.S. Machine," the burned-and-restored shoe has become a classic routine for family and kid shows.  Smoky Mountain Magic is proud to offer our own version...The Systematic Nano-Adjusted Footwear Unit or  "S.N.A.F.U." Lifting off the top of an ATA case, you reveal an odd-looking machine sitting on a thin ...

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Mini Kub Zag

Produced in the USA under exclusive arrangement with Chalet Magic Shown here with our "STOP" theme.  CLICK HERE for other options.(#MKZ) Invented by Gunter Puchinger of Germany, the Mini Kub Zag is simply a brilliant piece of magical design. This amazing illusion can be presented close-up, surrounded, absolutely NO ANGLES to worry about.  We've seen it presented ...

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Instant/Fantasy Magician Stand

Instant/Fantasy Magician Stand

Okay, so the Instant/Fantasy Magician isn't an illusion ...but with this addition, it plays HUGE! Illusionist Tristan Christ came to us with a problem.  He wanted to present this hilarious routine as part of his daily shows at Circus World in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  At the planning meeting the lawyers said... "You're going invite a small boy onto the stage and reach ...

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Assistant’s Revenge

Assistant

A lightning fast escape/transposition, reimagined for YOUR convenience! The Assistant's Revenge is a classic effect, but it's always had a few problems.  It's big.  It's heavy.  It's difficult to transport.  It's an expensive prop for such minimal stage time. We set out to remedy that! The basic effect is the same.  Your assistant is strapped into a frame and a ...

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Modern Art

Modern Art - Built for The Spencers

Another amazing illusion from Jim Steinmeyer!  Your assistant (or YOU) enter a slim, upright cabinet and are swiftly sliced in half!   A beautiful illusion that can be presented up close and sompletely surrounded...although, it's not quite as entertaining from the back. This one is simple to present from inside or out.  On a difficulty scale from one to ten for ...

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Lion and Cobra

Lion and Cobra Illusion

A JUMBO version of the famous "Hippity Hop Rabbits." Colorful cut-outs of the King of Beasts and the King of Serpents are shown.  These ferocious beasts magically trade places while hidden by two bamboo-looking, numbered covers...until the audience gets wise that you're turning them around. But, just when they think they're onto you, the figures are revolved to reveal the two MOST dangerous critters...a pair of ...

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Lion Tamer Head Chopper

Lion Tamer Head CHopper - by Smoky Mountain Magic

We wanted to build a Head Chopper that wouldn’t scare the bejeezus out of the little ones for family/kidshows...and came up with "The Lion Tamer!" Just like in the circus, a kid becomes the lion tamer and kneels behind the prop, sticking his head into the lion’s mouth.  The “teeth” panel (examinable) replaces the scary steel blade on other choppers...it’s a ...

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The Lady in the Puzzle

Lady in the Puzzle - Alex Krey - Built by Smoky Mountain Magic

A beautiful piece of Magic from Jim Steinmeyer, showcasing the puzzling nature of women. A framework rests on a table along with six large puzzle blocks.  Your lovely assistant steps into the frame and the doors are closed.  You carefully insert the blocks, then lower the front door to show that they completely fill up the space.     Oops!  The blocks ...