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WAKE THE WIZARD PREDICTS THE WINNER OF THE SUPER BOWL WILL BE...

 UNIONVILLE, Conn., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- When Dallas Coach Jimmy Johnson appeared on "Inside The NFL" earlier in the season, he referred to a crystal ball on a shelf inside his home to predict the outcome of the day's game. He passed his hand over the "Wizard" waking the enchanted talking crystal ball, asked the question, and passed his hand over the ball again to get the answer.
 The "Wizard" has been predicting and answering questions all over the country after being introduced last year at Toy Fair '92. Inventor Gary Cardillo and TechniArt, Inc. had the game sell-out during Christmas and are now planning to introduce the "Wake the Wizard" in both a Spanish and Japanese version.
 If you'd like a prediction on the game or any aspect of Super Bowl XXVII -- best commercial? -- please call the "Wizard" at 203-675-6001.
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 /CONTACT: Gary Cardillo, 203-675-6001; or Steve Conroy of Conroy Public Relations, 203-651-0590 or 617-367-3197/


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