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gumbimagic
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Professor Cheer's Comedy Rope routine is fun.
dtrickys
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Jumping Rope by Magie Climax
Al Kazam the Magic Man
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Thought I'd pop in and say that Jerry Hornak sent me his rope routine and patter as promised, and it's very good. Easy enough to get the props together and has a lot of great interactive parts as well.
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I have been using four nightmares and it has been getting great reactions!!!
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What is 4 nightmares and what makes it special?
KC Cameron
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What is 4 nightmares and what makes it special?
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Its from tenyo
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It is common to try to make the birthday child the star of the show by having them assist in a couple of tricks. Something that plays well for me at birthday parties is to perform Chords of Phantasia. I have the birthday child hold a box (I have a couple of different boxes I have used which include a wooden box as well as a cardboard box) with a wand going through the top and two sets of ropes coningkut the sides. I attach either silks or rings to the ropes. The child walks through the ropes at the end of the routine. Build up the climax. Use two parents (maybe even the child’s parents) to pull the ropes as the child “walks” through the ropes. And you can do it so a knot is in the center of the ropes at the end of the routine and not simply that the know disappears.
"Those who simply walk in others' tracks leave no footprints."
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What is that effect called where the magician wraps a rope around 1 or 2 kids and pulls it through their body or neck?
Russo
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Don'tknow the name of the effect -heve to look it up in the many 'How To Books' in my Den, too lazy to check now, may do so and report later -ha ha ha . Have used it many time with the "Princess" - held captive by two "Pirates' - a lot of fun.
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Dan,

I don't know what it is called, but I know how to do it. Pm me and I can explain it if you need me to.

I don't recommend it around the neck. It is safe, even if it goes wrong, I'm just sure some parent would object.
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Dan, I can write you 2 ways (computor illiterate LOL, or I'd show you ) . pm for the versons. Ralph
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If you are doing Professor's nightmare, do check out the Daryl version. It is much smoother and looks more natural than the original one.

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On May 13, 2022, danfreed wrote:
What is that effect called where the magician wraps a rope around 1 or 2 kids and pulls it through their body or neck?


I forget the name, but it's in Tarbell. It's done with ribbon, but ropes should work.

U.F. Grant had a version called The Mummy Cloth, in one of his booklets on escapes.
Russo
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I've always called it 'rope through body' or 'ropes through body' - have used it with -"1st Corinthians 10:13
Jimmy Joza
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On May 13, 2022, danfreed wrote:
What is that effect called where the magician wraps a rope around 1 or 2 kids and pulls it through their body or neck?


One method is hat I mentioned in the post immediately prior to your post: Cords of Phantasia.
"Those who simply walk in others' tracks leave no footprints."
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