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Peace_2_Ya
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Hello,

I was wondering if anybody owns this and what they think about it.

I've seen it performed by fearson,and I am considering buying it.

Any opinions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Peace_2_Ya Smile
Corey K
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The only drawback of this is the construction. It takes quite some time and is not the easiest thing. Some parts of it MAY require some sewing to be done (it did for mine). But, when finished, it's a great illusion and worth every penny.

-Corey
Lee Alex
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For the money and effort this is worth every cent or dime or penny or whatever your currency happens to be... so good that I am planning to use this for my dancers who will be mermaids - they will all simultaneously float under the water just like real mermaids.. the only thing is somewhere I saw this on public domain in full explanation.
Peace_2_Ya
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What domain did you see this?
huntles
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You also need to keep in mind that you may be slightly 'limited' if you intend to perform other illusions after (or before)you've completed the effect without a quick moment offstage. The effort for contruction and performance is deffinately worth the great effect Smile
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You can see it here http://www.pbdm.com/video/theatre.html then goto video samples and choose from the drop--down list.

Now if you added some black art I agree it would be fantastic, but with simply a jacket or table cloth in front I think its extremely poor magic - in fact obvious to anyone.

While you are at the site, look at the Ultimate Slow-Motion Bill Transposition with the tight fisted 'husband'. Very funny patter.
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When I saw this one for the first (and second and third) time, it looked to me like he held his jacket like some half-a**ed bullfighter, then stuck out one leg and hopped up and down on the other. The picture was fuzzy and I was totally underwhelmed.

Fearsons Box, on the other hand, blew me away (at least at first).
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