DVDs from Faust's Archive For Sale.
Granville Taylor, later known as Faust the Magician, worked as a stage assistant with The Great Lyle show in 1953. and he turned professional magician in 1957 with his "Devil's Bar" act, assisted by his wife Valerie, and soon were playing the Moss Empire theatre circuit. After The Great Lyle died in 1955 Granville contacted Lucille Lyle and began buying tricks and illusions from the Lyle show, and in 1960 he bought Amac's original equipment for "Find the Lady" plus sole performing rights for the U.K. and throughout the world.
PAL System DVD shows publicity used by Amac, The Great Lyle, and Faust for "Find the Lady", rightly billed as "POSITIVELY THE MOST AMAZING ILLUSION EVER CONCEIVED". PRICE £20 PLUS U.K. POSTAGE OF £3. Airmail postage Europe £4. Airmail postage U.S.A. £5.
Rare DVD from the Faust Archives of Faust & "FIND THE LADY" filmed at the Pendle Hippodrome Theatre in Colne, Lancashire in 2011.
The Running Time of this DVD is 30 minutes, and contains a music video by the folk group "Cheek Mountain Thief" using some of the footage filmed by Spicer & Moore for the DOCUMENTARY of FAUST & "FIND THE LADY".There are also interviews with Faust's son James Taylor, with two of Faust's ex-stage assistants Roger and Stephen, and with the Magic Historian, Professor Eddie Dawes at his home in Anlaby, Hull. This is followed by the complete "FIND THE LADY" illusion on film presnted by Faust with the assistance of Emily as the "Queen of Hearts"and his niece Caroline with the three giant cards, filmed by Spicer & Moore of London at the Pendle Hippodrome Theatre in Colne, Lancashire in 2011. The DVD closes with celebrations in the dressing room after the filming of "FIND THE LADY" on 15th. April 2011.
PRICE £20 PLUS U.K. postage of £3. Airmail postage Europe £4. Airmail postage U.S.A.
This D.V.D is the PAL system, and it will also play on any multi-region DVD player.