Bill in Lemon

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'''Bill in Lemon''' (or any fruit) is an effect in which a signed dollar bill vanishes and appears inside a lemon.
 
'''Bill in Lemon''' (or any fruit) is an effect in which a signed dollar bill vanishes and appears inside a lemon.
  
Created by [[Emil Jarrow]], he was performing it as early as 1916 at the Hippodrome in Chicago.<ref>[[The Bill In Lemon Book - Featuring Life and Times of Emil Jarrow]] by [[David Charvet]] (1990).</ref>
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A speciality by [[Emil Jarrow]]. He was performing it as early as 1916 at the Hippodrome in Chicago.<ref>[[The Bill In Lemon Book - Featuring Life and Times of Emil Jarrow]] by [[David Charvet]] (1990).</ref>
  
 
It has been performed by many magicians over the century including [[Paul Rosini]], [[Lee Grabel]] and [[Doug Henning]].
 
It has been performed by many magicians over the century including [[Paul Rosini]], [[Lee Grabel]] and [[Doug Henning]].

Latest revision as of 14:40, 23 December 2011

Bill in Lemon (or any fruit) is an effect in which a signed dollar bill vanishes and appears inside a lemon.

A speciality by Emil Jarrow. He was performing it as early as 1916 at the Hippodrome in Chicago.[1]

It has been performed by many magicians over the century including Paul Rosini, Lee Grabel and Doug Henning.

References

  1. The Bill In Lemon Book - Featuring Life and Times of Emil Jarrow by David Charvet (1990).
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