The Yellow Brick Road


The magician displays three cards with drawings on one side and a back design on the other side. When he puts one next to the other, they display a picture of three yellow brick roads: a small, a middle and a long road. A magical gesture is done and the three roads are of equal length!

The process is repeated, after a new magical gesture, the roads have joined together into one long yellow brick road!

For the final surprise, with a last magical gesture, the back designs from the beginning are now changed into a beautiful picture of the four friends (Dorothy Gale, the Hunk, Hickory and Zeke). The four friends follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City (Wizard of Oz Castle).

Key points:

  • Easy to do
  • Easy slight of hands
  • Reset in a few seconds
  • Perfect for Table Hopping Magic
  • Angle proof
  • The cards are examinable at the end

Perfect for beginners, pros and story tellers! The idea of three different roads, which transform at the end into one long road gives the performer a lot of possibilities to create his own story.

You are only limited by your creativity!

You will get: 

  • Professional printed cards with beautiful unique drawings
  • Special Gimmick Envelope 
  • Explanation video in English, German and French
  • If you need a translation in Luxembourgish or Spanish please contact us
  • Support by the creators if you have any questions

Inspired by the “Three Rope Card Trick” (Shigeo Futagawa) with a new touch.

Regular Price: 15 Euro

Q & A

Is the trick easy to do?

Yes. The Yellow Brick Road can be performed within minutes after watching the explanation video. From a scale from easy to difficult, this is a very easy trick.

Must I use the story of The Wizard of Oz?

  1. First of all, you can only do the three roads trick, without the final surprise.
  2. No, you don`t have to tell the story of the Wizard of Oz, you can tell for example a story about four friends on his own way, etc.
  3. If you want to do the final surprise, the creators will you explain a easy way to switch the cards.

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