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twistedace
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I recall an effect where the performer accidentally cut his own tie and magically restored it. I didn't know where to ask this question but I thought it would play well for children. Can anyone tell me a source where I can find this?
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Derek Rutt sells one. I haven't got it myself but it looked quite nice on the video.
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Eleazar Goodenough has a version in his book "Tear-Able Magic" on my site. It's a stand-alone routine so you don't need to buy the entire e-Book to get it.

Effect: The magician's necktie disappears from around his neck, so he takes some strips of tissue paper and makes a new necktie. When he tries to tie the necktie in place, it penetrates his neck. The magician then exchanges neckties with someone from the audience. He shows the volunteer how he can cut his necktie in half and restore it, but when the helper tries the same with the magician's tie, he ends up with cut neck-tie pieces. The magician ends the routine by restoring his own necktie.
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Derek Rutt Creations
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Yes the cut and restored tie goes over great for either children or adults . the version magic george spoke about uses the same specially constructed tie over and over again .
The old versions had to use a new tie every performance ......the kids love it.!
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On 2009-07-08 11:48, Derek Rutt Creations wrote:
Yes the cut and restored tie goes over great for either children or adults . the version magic george spoke about uses the same specially constructed tie over and over again .
The old versions had to use a new tie every performance ......the kids love it.!
Derek


In those days we could get all the matching ties we wanted on 42nd Street for $1.50 each!

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And today we can get them for $1.00 in the Dollar Store.
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