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Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic 2006 - The Original Close-Up Magic Convention Photo Site For Day Two. Antony Gerard is one of the 4F advisors and also is owner of Gerard Enterprises a manufactures of mascots, masks, magic supplies, special effects, haunted house props, costumes, movie props, and supplier of stage lighting and sound equipment. Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic 2006.

Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic 2006.

Obie O'Brien The God Father of Close Up Magic
Introducing the second lecturer for FFFF 2006
J. C. Wagner from San Diego, California

The J. C. Wagner Lecture.

Above J.C. Wagner warms up the crowd.

On the left J.C. has Piet Forton select a card.

On the left J.C. cracks up Obie
and on the right he has Roger Klause select a card.

J.C. Wagner


Hosted By Roger Klause

Roger Klause starts the session with a card effect.

Roger is assisted on the left by Bill Malone
and on the right by Phil Willmarth.

Professor Rem performed a card effect assisted by Tom Craven.

Thomas Fraps wows Bob Sheets with a card effect.

Joerg Alexander

First Thursday Afternoon Close-Up Show.

M.C. Mike Hilburger

Mike started by warming up the crowd with a few jokes.

Joan Caesar on the left being assisted by Roland Santos
and on the right by Phil Willmarth.

On the left Mark Leveridge being assisted by Bill Malone
and on the right by Tom Craven.

On the left Terry Lunceford is being assisted by Tom Craven and Max Scott.
On the right Terry is being given the hook for running too long.

Roland Meister get Bill Malone and Gene Anderson to assist him with an
"Untying the silks" routine ala Slydini.

Next it was Pat Page and Vic Trabucco who assisted with the tying.

Roland ended his set with a vanishing silk
and a nice rendition of "The Linking Rings".

Roger Miller being assisted by Tom Craven.

Bill Nagler performed a your card at any number with a history lesson as patter.

Patrick Drake

Above Jim Cielinski performed a card effect using
Vic Trabucco and Phil Willmarth as assistants.

Above Jim opens his prediction and finds the selected cards cut in the paper.