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arthur stead
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Check out this great routine for your Halloween Shows using the Skeleton in the Closet props (scroll down for description):

http://www.arthurstead.com/Skull-o-pini.htm
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Dennis Michael
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This is a good Halloween item!
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Awesome routine
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Looks like a fun Halloween item! Smile
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He performs the entire routine on the kidvention dvd set (2010). Its a great performance piece and worth checking out.
derrick
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I just got a email from Arthur Stead promoting this routine. I know this has been out there a while, so can anyone who's gotten this, give a review. Is it a good routine? I've booked a ton of Halloween shows this year and wonder if this is worth adding to the show?
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From 2010, based on James Lucien's original 1949 "Skeleton In The Closet," this version adapted by nine-year-old Wiz Kid Wilhelmina added some new and original surprises. It begins with solid white or black blocks. Then the face, body and feet of the skeleton appear on the blocks. When dropped through a tube decorated like a chimney, the pieces never line up correctly. So Wilhelmina vanishes the head block in a new vanishing gift box she invented herself. Finally the head is where it belongs on the stack of blocks and the chimney is now shown empty... wait a minute, something is stuck inside... it's someone's lost Trick or Treat bag and it's filled with Halloween candy and/or treats for the audience.

The Santa Claus version is what we published in 2010, but it can be adapted to the original Skeleton, a Leprechaun, or an all-purpose Clown [or think up your own themes or uses, because it's all do-it-yourself using wooden blocks and a wooden (or cardboard) tube.]
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Thanks Jim, I own the trick and am familiar with how it works. Just wondering if the Arthur Stead routine is worth purchasing and putting into my show.
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