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The Magic of David Copperfield II (1979)

This is the second CBS Copperfield TV special, introduced by the host Bill Bixby, but is still titled "THE MAGIC OF DAVID COPPERFIELD", without the number "II" with which is better known. ... See full summary »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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... Himself / Jewel Thief / Detective
... Herself - Guest / Woman in the Ballroom
... Herself - Guest
... Himself - Guest
Alan Alan ... Himself - Guest
... Himself - Special Guest Host
Lynn Eriks ... A woman in the jeweller's shop
Lynn Latham ... The woman followed by the detective
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Garry Bormet
Spencer Henderson
Karen Lorhan
Gene Montoya
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This is the second CBS Copperfield TV special, introduced by the host Bill Bixby, but is still titled "THE MAGIC OF DAVID COPPERFIELD", without the number "II" with which is better known. For the first time David Copperfield is also co-writer, and besides the 6 stars accredited in the opening titles several unknown characters also appeared. The illusions performed are: "Tower Illusion", "Floating Mirror Ball" (aka "Floating Ballroom Mirror Ball"), "Loni's Poster", "The Jewel Thief", "Torn And Restored Cue Card", "The Alan Alan Great Escape" (performed by Alan Alan), "Ring Flight", "Cigarette Through Quarter", "The 50's", "Orange, Lemon, Egg And Canary", "Memories" (aka "The Attic"), "The Detective" and at the end a kind of conclusion of "Loni's Poster". Written by Lorenz-pictures

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24 October 1979 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The "Orange, Lemon, Egg And Canary" illusion has been already performed in The Magic of ABC (1977), but named "Maltese Canary, Lemon, Egg". See more »

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Follows The Magic of David Copperfield (1978) See more »

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Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Written by Gioachino Rossini
Performed for the first time on February 20th, 1816, in the Teatro Argentina in Rome, Lazio, Italy
(Used for "Orange, Lemon, Egg And Canary")
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