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The Paul Daniels Magic Show

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Paul Daniels returns to Saturday night television with the first of a new series of magic, comedy and fun in which he re-creates for the first time on television 'The New Page' an illusion that grabbed the headlines at the turn of the century, and introduces his international guests with their remarkable skills:
From Japan, the champion top-spinner Koma Zuru.
From China, The Acrobatic Troupe of Chungking climbing ropes as you have never seen before.
with Debbie McGee, Amanda Newman, Glen Bexfield and Alan Riches

Contributors

Magician: Paul Daniels
Top-spinner: Koma Zuru
Acrobats: The Acrobatic Troupe of Chungking
Assistant: Debbie McGee
Assistant: Amanda Newman
Assistant: Glen Bexfield
Assistant: Alan Riches
Musical Director: Ken Jones
Programme Associate: Ali Bongo
Technical Consultant: Gil Leaney
Sound: Hugh Barker
Lighting: Dickie Higham
Designer: Richard Morris
Director: John Bishop
Producer: John Fisher

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The Paul Daniels Magic Show

BBC One London, 15 October 1983 20.00






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