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[[Elongated Lady]] is a card effect by [[Peter Kane]] in which a Queen is placed between two other cards and is stretched then returned to its normal size. A privatly marketed packet effect from the Early Seventies<ref>quote in The Linking Ring February 1975, page 132</ref><ref> Reviewed in New Tops February 1975, page 33</ref> reprinted page 40 in [[Kane]] (1982).
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'''Elongated Lady''' is a card effect by [[Peter Kane]] in which a Queen is placed between two other cards and is stretched then returned to its normal size. A privatly marketed packet effect from the Early Seventies<ref>Quote in The Linking Ring February 1975, page 132</ref><ref> Reviewed in New Tops February 1975, page 33</ref> reprinted page 40 in [[Kane]] (1982).
  
 
== Variations ==
 
== Variations ==
 
* ''The Lady Stretches'' by [[Jon Racherbaumer]] - [[Gene Castillon]] - [[Marvin Johnson]] in [[Kabbala]], Vol. 3, No. 1, 1976.
 
* ''The Lady Stretches'' by [[Jon Racherbaumer]] - [[Gene Castillon]] - [[Marvin Johnson]] in [[Kabbala]], Vol. 3, No. 1, 1976.
 
* [[Paul Harris]]' ''Bizarre Stretch'' in [[Magic Manuscript]], Vol. 3, No. 3,  nov. 1982
 
* [[Paul Harris]]' ''Bizarre Stretch'' in [[Magic Manuscript]], Vol. 3, No. 3,  nov. 1982
* [[Larry West]]'s ''Another Stretch on the Elongated Lady'' in The Count Lives, Long Live the Count (1991)
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* RACKJOBBER by [[Phil Goldstein]], MUM, November 1985
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* [[Larry West]]'s ''Another Stretch on the Elongated Lady'' in The Count Lives, Long Live the Count (1990)
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Latest revision as of 16:25, 27 September 2012

Elongated Lady is a card effect by Peter Kane in which a Queen is placed between two other cards and is stretched then returned to its normal size. A privatly marketed packet effect from the Early Seventies[1][2] reprinted page 40 in Kane (1982).

Variations


References

  1. Quote in The Linking Ring February 1975, page 132
  2. Reviewed in New Tops February 1975, page 33