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(New page: Dai Vernon Revelations was a video tape recording of Dai Vernon discussing his life and magic with Michael Ammar, Gary Ouellet and Steve Freeman. It was taped September...)
 
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[[Dai Vernon Revelations]] was a video tape recording of [[Dai Vernon]] discussing his life and magic with [[Michael Ammar]], [[Gary Ouellet]] and [[Steve Freeman]]. It was taped September 2 - 6, 1982, when Dai was 88, in a filming studio in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Inspired by [[Bill Larsen]]  to capture Vernon live so future magicians can experience him, the project was undertaken by Videonics, owned and operated by Hans Zahn.  
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[[Dai Vernon Revelations]] was a video tape recording of [[Dai Vernon]] discussing his life and magic with [[Michael Ammar]], [[Gary Ouellet]] and [[Steve Freeman]]. It was taped September 2 - 6, 1982, when Dai was 88, in a filming studio in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Inspired by [[Bill Larsen Jr.]]  to capture Vernon live so future magicians can experience him, the project was undertaken by Videonics, owned and operated by Hans Zahn.  
  
 
L & L Publishing re-released them as DVDs.
 
L & L Publishing re-released them as DVDs.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:54, 30 December 2008

Dai Vernon Revelations was a video tape recording of Dai Vernon discussing his life and magic with Michael Ammar, Gary Ouellet and Steve Freeman. It was taped September 2 - 6, 1982, when Dai was 88, in a filming studio in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Inspired by Bill Larsen Jr. to capture Vernon live so future magicians can experience him, the project was undertaken by Videonics, owned and operated by Hans Zahn.

L & L Publishing re-released them as DVDs.