Bob Kohler was on the forefront of the magic video revolution always looking for creative magicians who were willing to share their innermost secrets. A "late bloomer" in magic (starting into magic at the age of 30), he quickly caught up and became a master in the art of close-up befriending the top guys in the industry. In the early 1980's, he was part of the stable of magicians who worked at the Brook Farm Inn of Magic along with Bob Sheets, Eddie Goldstein,, John Kennedy, Steve Spill, Scotty York, Tim Conover, and other well-known names.
Bob was also on the February 2003 cover of the MAGIC Magazine with a feature article about the California Trade Secret Agreement and how they used the Agreement to keep the Bob Fitch Holdout a trade secret.
Bob talks about his early projects including some video projects with Daryl and his Ultimate Three Fly, and current projects with Bob Fitch and Scott Alexander. We also talk about ethics in magic, people who rip off creators thus inhibiting them from working on new projects. He also talks about making "short/limited run" effects and his line of Pro Magic.
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