Super Script Packages

by Doc Wayne

Doc Wayne sent me a bunch of his "Super Script" packages, and I am afraid that I am at a loss as to how to review them. If you go back to the January 1997 issue of MAGIC, you'll find Doc's ad on page 84. I looked at (and listened to) everything but "The Chump Chain" and "King Tut's Nuts" (a title which wins this month's good taste award). The format is this: you receive a script with Doc's patter, an audiotape of Doc delivering the spiel, and (depending on the package) a few auxiliary props. With those packages which give the scripts for commercially available tricks you will need to buy the props separately.

Doc's style is that of the old time snake oil salesman, and the patter is written to reflect that style. If this is your style as well, then perhaps you will find these scripts useful. For me, I would never use any of these scripts because they reflect neither my personality or my performing style. I should mention that the script package for "Nostradamus Revisted" is in a more serious style.

So, do you need this? I don't know. Sorry, that's all I can tell you.

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