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ELMSLEY'S NEWSPAPER
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ELMSLEY'S NEWSPAPER
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ELMSLEY'S NEWSPAPER
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BK-1717A
Author/Artist:
Elmsley, Alex
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$4.95
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When Alex Elmsley performed this trick at a Chicago magic convention, it immediately and completely sold out! In this ingenious version of the T&R Newspaper, (done either close-up or stand-up) you tear TWO large sheets of newspaper--simultaneously! Twice as bewildering as other newspaper restorations. An eight-page newspaper is torn four times. The pieces are seen to be torn, yet they are immediately opened out and both sheets are shown restored. It's amazing! Do it with full size papers for stage--use tabloids for more intimate setting--funny papers for kid shows. Use a paper with the sponsor's ad in prominence for commercial shows. Make them up as you need them in only a few minutes. You'll like it and you'll use it!
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When Alex Elmsley performed this trick at a Chicago magic convention, it immediately and completely sold out!  In this ingenious version of the T&R Newspaper, (done either close-up or stand-up) you tear TWO large sheets of newspaper--
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