Cut and Restored Rope

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Many other objects preceded using ropes including strings, shoe or shirt laces and tapes.
 
Many other objects preceded using ropes including strings, shoe or shirt laces and tapes.
  
[[Harlan Tarbell]], by 1926, was one of the first magicians to publish effects using rope, so that a larger audience could  see the effect.
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[[Harlan Tarbell]], by 1926, had popularized the effect among magicians which became known as the [[Tarbell Rope Trick]].
  
  
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*''To Cut a lace as under the misdt and to make it whole again'' in [[Hocus Pocus Junior]] (1634)
 
*''To Cut a lace as under the misdt and to make it whole again'' in [[Hocus Pocus Junior]] (1634)
 
*XIII - ''Faire couper une corde par la moitié et en faisant semblant de la nouer, montrer après qu'elle est entière'' in [[Récréations mathématiques et physiques]] by [[Grandin]] (1723) (To cut a rope in half and pretending to tie it, show after it is restored).
 
*XIII - ''Faire couper une corde par la moitié et en faisant semblant de la nouer, montrer après qu'elle est entière'' in [[Récréations mathématiques et physiques]] by [[Grandin]] (1723) (To cut a rope in half and pretending to tie it, show after it is restored).
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* TARBELL'S ROPE MYSTERY, marketed effect (1926)
 
*[[The World's Cut and Restored Rope Tricks]] by [[Burling Hull]] (1927).
 
*[[The World's Cut and Restored Rope Tricks]] by [[Burling Hull]] (1927).
  
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Illusions]]

Latest revision as of 09:18, 15 April 2012

Cut and Restored Rope is a common magic routine in which a piece of rope is apparently cut, then shown whole again.

Many other objects preceded using ropes including strings, shoe or shirt laces and tapes.

Harlan Tarbell, by 1926, had popularized the effect among magicians which became known as the Tarbell Rope Trick.


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