This program has been conceived by ABC network to provide several anticipations about its upcoming season of programs. 14 ABC stars have taken part to this variety show, composed by ... See full summary »
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This program has been conceived by ABC network to provide several anticipations about its upcoming season of programs. 14 ABC stars have taken part to this variety show, composed by dialogues, music, dancing, songs, and above all by magic. In fact the program was conducted by a 21 year old illusionist, David Seth Kotkin, whose stage name is David Copperfield, who made his "official" debut on television in this occasion, after a first appearance in Magic at the Roxy (1976). The official title of this program, "the magic of abc", is shown in the screen of the television set used as a prop in the first illusion, called "TV Appearance From Empty Box". The other illusions performed are: "Card Productions", "Production Of Hal Linden", "Psycho Shower Scene", "Levitating TV Antenna", "David Cut In Half Lengthwise", "Backstage With The Magician", "Maltese Canary, Lemon, Egg" and "Sailor Scene". By its nature, this program has been conceived for airing only once and on ABC network only, so it ... Written by Lorenz-pictures

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The "David Cut In Half Lengthwise" illusion has been performed again in The Magic of David Copperfield (1978). See more »

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Spoofs Psycho (1960) See more »

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Merrie Melodies
Main theme of the omonimous American animated series of comedy short films, produced by Warner Bros between 1931 and 1969
(Used to conclude "Psycho Shower Scene")
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