Wizzy Dizzy Milk by Wellington Enterprises, Ken Bowell(c. 1957,2003) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
This effect was invented by Ken Bowell and released in England by Supreme Magic Company c. 1957 and later (under license from Supreme) in the United States by Abbott’s c. 1958.
Wellington’s deluxe version of this effect features a larger glass and a box that is much closer in size to the dimensions of the glass. The box features a more deceptive design and allows for adjustment to individual glasses and the quality of this version can’t be beat.
Effect: The magician picks up a box, opens its top door and proceeds to pour in some milk from a pitcher. As he is pouring, a bottom door swings open. Confused, the magician closes all the doors, turns the box end for end and opens the door now on top. Again he proceeds to pour in milk from the pitcher. Again the bottom door opens and this whole procedure is repeated several times. Finally, the magician opens the top door, reaches in and pulls out a glass full of milk. The glass is then covered with a tube. Immediately, the tube is shown empty. The glass of milk has vanished. Next the magician goes back to the box, turns it upside down, opens the door and removes the glass full of liquid.
Approx. Price: $695.00 (2011) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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