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ANIMATED ORIGAMI BILL
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After discussing today's economic inflation, a dollar bill is borrowed and "inflated", transforming the bill into an Origami balloon! The balloon bill then rolls mysteriously across both arms, and is returned to the spectator, who will stay up most of th
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UV NIGHTSHADES W/DVD
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UV NIGHTSHADES W/DVD
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UV NIGHTSHADES W/DVD
Item #:
TR-2764
Author/Artist:
Allen, Mark & Paul Harris
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$34.95
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You borrow a dollar and draw a tiny pair of ink sunglasses over George's eyes. You cleanly showed both hands to be absolutely empty, then hold the bill by its extreme edge. There's a moment of silence...then suddenly the shades come to life! The drawing of the glasses VISIBLY leap off George's eyes and up to his forehead! The astonishing animation of the cartoon shades happens in full view...with absolutely no cover of any kind! The borrowed bill is immediately handed back for examination...the shades are indeed permanently inked onto George's furrowed brow. Easier, cleaner and 100% more visual than Paul's original Improv Nightshades. Use any borrowed dollar, o palming, no switches, instant reset, perform surrounded, works with most foreign currencies that have a face--draw a head with shades on a piece of paper or business card and do the exact same effect! Plus Two Ultra Visual Bonus Effects: Ultra Peeler--Mark Allen's exquisite up-grade of Paul's peeled and restored playing card from AOA. Ultra Spin--Mark Allen's perfected method for causing a BORROWED pen to supernaturally spin. Comes complete with DVD, cool gimmicks and everything needed (except the dollar) to assemble your very own Ultra Visual Nightshades.
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You borrow a dollar and draw a tiny pair of ink sunglasses over George's eyes.  You cleanly showed both hands to be absolutely empty, then hold the bill by its extreme edge.  There's a moment of silence...then suddenly the
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