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* "The Magnetized Cane" in The Magician's Own Book (1857)
 
* "The Magnetized Cane" in The Magician's Own Book (1857)
* The Floating and Dancing Cane Teach-In by Lewis Ganson (1977)
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Revision as of 08:01, 11 April 2009

Dancing Cane or floating cane is a routine in which a cane (or long magic wand) magically floats and dances around the magician by no visible means of support.

Hofzinser, Maskelyne, R.C. Buff, Fantasio, Peter Pit and David Copperfield were noted performers.

References

  • "The Magnetized Cane" in The Magician's Own Book (1857)
  • The Floating and Dancing Cane Teach-In by Lewis Ganson (1977)