David Goodsell’s routine is a real winner!
It is a highly-visual routine that involves kids and adult helpers, pokes gentle fun at the magician and makes “Stars” out of the young audience helpers.
It is easy to learn and suitable to add lots of laughs to your show.
The magician explains that he learned to spell using large spelling cards. As simple animal names are spelled the magician moves the cards, one for each letter, and discards the animal when it is spelled correctly.
The child is always right, the adult always ends up with the Clown card. After five animal cards are discarded, the magician decides that since he is the star of the show, they will spell the word “star”.
He ends up with a clown card and both his assistants end up holding “Star” cards. They are the “Stars” of the show!
You receive five animal cards, two clown cards and four star cards (2 for the routine and 2 extras). Cards are approximately 10 × 8 inches in size.