Now You See It

Synopsis: Professional magician Mystic Max hosts a reality TV show. It allows the winning three teams of minors, would be-TV directors and cameramen and the best young magicians some of them present, to go on to a final competition at Hollywood's Magic Mansion. Pushy nerd Allyson Miller was lucky enough to 'discover' Danny Sinclair, who performs unseen tricks with stunning surprise, yet often lacks any confidence. In between the competition tests, Danny goes searching for the mansion's secrets, hidden by founding magician Antonio De Milo. Finding those is only part of a confusing confrontation in which Max's part is unclear.
Genre: Drama, Family, Fantasy
Director(s): Duwayne Dunham
Production: Disney Enterprises, Inc.
83 min


The Rumors Have

Been Out Of Control

Ever Since The Night Of

The Final Competition.

Some People Think

Danny Ran Away,

That He's In Hiding.

Others Think He Never

Existed In The First Place.

But Believe Me, He Is Real.

I Know. I--I Was There.


Some Of What

I Witnessed Was...

Pretty Terrifying.

I Saw Things That Were



Well, As Much

As I Like To Think

I'm A Champion

Puzzle Solver

Even I Still Haven't

Figured Out

Exactly How It

All Went Down.

But One Thing

I Am Sure Of...

Danny Sinclair Is

Definitely Real

And Unlike Anybody

You've Ever Met.

Oh, And Also,

What I'm About To Show You.

Was Never, Ever Meant

To Be Seen.

I Was Hired To Be

A Segment Producer

Of A New Reality

Tv Show,

Assigned To Make Sure

Every Bit Of Action

Got Caught On Tape.


Take A Seat, Please.

Thank You.

As Thrilled As We Are That

This Is The First Show

In Television History

To Be Produced

Entirely By Kids,

Not All Of You

Will Remain.

Only Those Who Discover

One Of The 3

Final Magicians

Will Stay With Us

Through The Grand Finale.

Think You're

All Up For It?

Oh, Definitely!


[Others Chuckling]

Thank You. Heh Heh!

Before We Proceed,

What Is The Single Most

Important Rule For

Making Good Television?


Make Sure They Spell

Your Name Right

In The Credits.

Yeah. Yes, And You Are?

Allyson Miller. I Think

The Most Important Rule

Of Good Television

Is To Always

Keep Your Camera Rolling.


I Couldn't Have

Said It Better Myself.

Actually, You Did.

I Remembered It

From A Quote You Gave

In An Interview

With Tv Weekly.

October Of 2002.

Well, It's Nice To Know

One Of You Came Prepared.

And Now It Is My Pleasure

To Introduce You

To Someone I'm Sure You Are

All Familiar With.

He Is Both

A World Renowned Magician

And The Host Of Our New

Reality Television Show,

Please Welcome

The Amazing Mystic Max.

Thank You.

Good Morning,

Ladies And Gentlemen.

100 Talented Magicians

Between The Ages

Of 10 And 16

Became Eligible For Our Show

By Figuring Out The Hidden

Message In This Poster.

It Appeared On Billboards,

In Magazines,

In Newspapers

And On The Internet.

Hidden Somewhere In This Ad

Is A Secret Message.

Just Out Of Curiosity,

Did Any One Of You

Find The Hidden Message?


Big Surprise.

Would You Care

To Show Us?

Well, As We All Know

Magicians Say The Secret

To Any Good Trick

Is Misdirection.

That Means They're

Trying To Get You

To Focus Over Here

While They Do Some

Hocus Pocus Over There.

So Most People

Probably Thought

The Clues Would Be Found

In The Magician

And His Trick

Because That's What

First Draws Your Eye,

But Truth Is It's

The Background Things

You Need To Focus On.

See, The Spider Web

Made Me Realize

It Was Probably There To

Direct Us To A Web Site.

Then On Looking Closer

At The Book The Statue

Is Holding

I Saw That It Was

A Farewell To Arms,

And Then Bam! It Hit Me!

I Mean Everybody Knows

That The Venus De Milo

Is A Statue With No Arms.


And That Made Me Think

Of The Famous Founder

Of The Magic Mansion,

A Magician Named

Antonio Demilo.

I Mean, How Obvious

Could It Be?

This Is

A Joke, Right?

I Went On-Line,

Typed In Demilo.Net

And Got Linked Directly

To The Contest Entry Form.

Simple, Right?

Well Done, Allyson.

Oh! Thanks.



Allyson, VOICE-OVER:

Ok, So I'm Not The Best

At Making Friends.

I Know I Can Seem Like

A Bit Of A Know-It-All

But I Really Don't Mean To.

It's Not Fault People

Ask Me Questions

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