A new look at the Okito Box
A new look at the Okito Box
Ganson's Magic Teach-In Series
written by Lewis Ganson
1978
Work of Various
40 pages (Stapled), published by The Supreme Magic Company
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
(22 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Lewis Ganson Introduction 4
Theo "Okito" Bamberg The Okito Turnover Move 5
Unknown The Toss from Hand to Hand inverted assembled box 6
Unknown Righting the Box 7
Unknown Blu-Tack 7
Lewis Ganson Coin through Box and Hand 8
Lewis Ganson Coin through Card 9
Lewis Ganson Repeat Penetration through Card 10
Lewis Ganson & Bob Gill & Eddie Gibson & J. "Rink" van Rinkhuyzen Magnetic Coins uses of magnetic coins with Okito box
1. coin through box
2. box load (Bob Gill)
3. handlings with box and a card (Bob Gill)
4. Eddie Gibson's Coin Unique gaff set for vanish sequence
5. other magnetic materials (Rink)
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Lewis Ganson Two Times Ten coin penetration with coin box and cigarette pack, using magnetic shell set "Coin Unique" (Eddie Gibson) 13
Lewis Ganson Coin Vanish similar to sponge ball vanish 15
Bob Gill Box Clever coin through card into glass with Okito box, magnetic coins 18
Aldo Colombini Sympathetic Okito 4 coins assemble in one corner, with Okito box and jumbo card 22
Aldo Colombini One-Handed Turnover tabled 23
Alex Elmsley Boston Two Step small coin travels from handkerchief to box with half dollars, then all coins travel to handkerchief and box is empty varied by "Boston Three Step" (Fred Lowe, 1967) 27
Jack Chanin TV Surprise Production 29
Lewis Ganson Additional Moves with the Okito Box chapter intro 30
Aldo Colombini Colombini Turnover Move see also "Turnover 7" (Vanni Bossi, 2016) 31
Gus Davenport & Lewis Ganson Turnover Mover - After Gus Davenport 32
Lewis Ganson Variation on Kaplan's Righting Move inspired by "Righting Move" (George G. Kaplan, 1948) 33
Eddie McLaughlin Moves with the Okito Box 1. Placing the Cover on the Bottom of the Box - Using One Hand
2. Placing the Coin between the Bottom of the Box and the Lid
3. Visible Penetration of Coin through Bottom of Box
4. Placing the Lid on the Bottom of the Box - Using Both Hands
5. Variation for Placing the Lid on the Bottom of the Box
6. Transfer of Open Box from Hand to Hand
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Lewis Ganson Conclusion 40