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David Copperfield Pt. 2 | Ep. 35
David Copperfield joined us from the hangar where he parks his private jet on this episode of PodKats! Copperfield has been headlining in Las Vegas for nearly 40 years. He is legendary for making the Statue of Liberty disappear, and for walking through the Great Wall of China on his national TV specials. He has headlined 10 world tours, and currently performs 15 shows a week at the theater named for him at MGM Grand. This is Part 2 of our interview conducted at the hangar where he parks his private jet. If youâ€™d like to hear Part 1, go back and listen to PodKats! Ep. 31.
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David Copperfield Pt. 1 | Ep. 31
My guest in this episode of PodKats! is a legend in the world of magic and a long-running Strip headliner: David Copperfield, who performs at the theater named for him at MGM Grand. Copperfield still sells out up to 15 shows per week. Heâ€™s best-known for making the Statue of Liberty disappear, and walking through the Great Wall of China on national TV in the 1980s. Most recently he returned the missing 15th star to the original Star Spangled Banner during a routine at the Smithsonian Museum of American history in Washington D.C. In the first of a two-part PodKats! he talks of his memorabilia collection, his famous stunts and why he became a magician in the first place.
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Piff the Magic Dragon | Ep. 27
Our guest on this episode of PodKats! is the man who famously reminds us he is the loser of â€œAmericaâ€™s Got Talent.â€ But heâ€™s no loser. He is Piff the Magic Dragon, the comic magician dressed as a dragon at Flamingo Las Vegas. The showroom where he performs at 8 p.m. has just been re-named for Piff. The man whose legal name is John van der Put shares his inspirations, how he sometimes performs out of the costume and the night a kid threw sidekick Mr. Piffles into the crowd. Piff was so upset, he turned down a dinner invitation from Shania Twain.