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Picnic Lunch

Boxful of Valentines
and Balloons

WAH Production Box

Inexhaustible Jack O'Lantern

Sneaky Production Box

ABC Production Boxes

Handkerchief Box

Jameison's Production

Production Tubes


Production Screens Revisited
by Jim Gerrish

Jim explores the history of production screens, from the earliest one by Doc Nixon (1920) to the one he saw on live TV in 1957 as invented by and presented by P.C. Sorcar of India, to the ones Jim re-invented and performed himself from the 1960's to the present, including his latest version which is the simplest of all and which can be broken down and carried in a car, set up in full view of the audience and performed solo if you wish. It can be covered with newspaper, or Birthday Gift Wrapping Paper, Christmas Wrapping Paper, Wedding Gift Wrapping paper, etc., to adapt it to a wide variety of themes and seasons.

Sorcar's performance can be found between: 0:55:06 – 0:57:47




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