Fu Manchu's Mysteries: The Magic Films of David Bamberg
David Bamberg — also known as the great illusionist Fu Manchu — was not only a superb magician but also the star of several detective movies in which he solved crimes by magic, performing his illusions along the way: the Bullet Catch, Substitution Trunk, Water Cell escape, Guillotine, Eggs from Hat, Second Sight, and many other routines.

Our new Fu Manchu's Mysteries 3-DVD set is the first time these films have been available on DVD. Now you can appreciate the brilliance and artistry of Bamberg first-hand. It's a must-see for illusionists and magic historians, and the films make a fun magic matinee to enjoy.

Each disk of Fu Manchu's Mysteries includes a full plot synopsis by William H. McIlhany so you won't miss a moment of the plot (for those non-Spanish-speaking viewers, don't worry...the action and language are easily grasped at even a casual viewing!)

All footage has been remastered for DVD, and the set includes a gallery of bonus still images.

Fu Manchu's Mysteries was created in collaboration with magic video historian William H. McIlhany.

As bonus, DVD of the fourth film, El museo del Crimen (1945) and a better copy of La Mujer sin Cabeza.

5 x DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 | 17 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Espanol
Subtitles: none
Genre: Crime, Horror, Mystery, Drama

Download Fu Manchu's Mysteries: The Magic Films of David Bamberg: El espectro de la novia / The Spectre of the Bride / The Ghost of the Bride (1943), La mujer sin cabeza / The Headless Woman (1944), El as negro / The Black Ace (1944), El museo del crimen / The Museum of Crime (1945) 5 x DVD5:


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