The patter story is about a guy at a hotel trying to pick up a woman in the bar. He shows his key. (This was from a time when you still got a real key, attached to a big tag with your room number). He is staying in room 69. Tag is shown as room 69 on both sides. The gal he is trying to pick up says she’s in room #11, so he magically changes the tag to say 11, again showing this on both sides. But she notices the key is bent. He removes the key and magically unbends it. This routine from Supreme’s 1976 introductions has a brief warning in the front of the instructions; “the suggested patter is slightly naughty – please ensure you use jokes that will NOT offend your audience.” Even 33 years later, some of this routine could be a bit racy for some audiences, but mostly it is just simple fun magic. Other routines involve changing the key to a coin, or using a ring on the key tag. Comes with the original instructions, about 8 pages of them with lots of drawings and ideas. Most of the naughty jokes are better left out anyway! (They are pretty dated).
Key Tag is in like new condition. Effect did not include keys for the routine when it was released, so you will have to get two matching keys. No big surprise that this uses the classic paddle move, and you will have to practice a bit to get smooth doing the move with the key tag. But it is not hard once you get the knack.
A nice piece of vintage Supreme magic, and an entertaining routine as well.