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The Paul Daniels Magic Show

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This week Paul Daniels re-creates the sensational act, Defying the Bullets, as performed by the legendary Chinese magician Chung Ling Soo , who was killed presenting the feat on stage at the Wood Green Empire on 23 March 1918. Assisting Paul is Jack Gross man, original assistant to Soo. Also featuring from Ireland, the wit and whimsicality of Billy McComb from Spain, the dare-devil balancing skills of Crazy Monroe from Germany, Katja Nick , the lady who talks backwards
With DEBBIE MCGEE , AMANDA NEWMAN and GLEN BEXFIELD
Musical director KEN JONES
Script associate CLIFFORD DAVIS Magic associate ALI BONGO Sound KEITH CUNN
Lighting DICKIE HICHAN
Designer Richard MORRIS Director JOHN BISHOP
Produced by john FISHER
The Paul Daniels Magic Show (record REB 434, cassette ZCF 434) /rom retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: Chung Ling Soo
Unknown: Jack Gross
Unknown: Billy McComb
Unknown: Katja Nick
Unknown: Debbie McGee
Unknown: Amanda Newman
Unknown: Glen Bexfield
Director: Ken Jones
Unknown: Clifford Davis
Unknown: Ali Bongo
Unknown: Keith Cunn
Unknown: Dickie Hichan
Designer: Richard Morris
Director: John Bishop
Produced By: John Fisher
Unknown: Paul Daniels

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The Paul Daniels Magic Show

BBC One London, 6 November 1982 20.20






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