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(New page: '''Fastest Trick in the World''' is an illusion that was invented by Al DeLage, and was first marketed by Horace Marshall in 1954. The current authorized manufacturer is [[Hugh...)
 
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'''Fastest Trick in the World''' is an illusion that was invented by [[Al DeLage]], and was first marketed by [[Horace Marshall]] in [[1954]]. The current authorized manufacturer is [[Hughes Magic Inc.]]
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'''Fastest Trick in the World''' is an illusion that was invented by [[Al DeLage]], and was first marketed by [[Horace Marshall]] in 1954. The current authorized manufacturer is [[Hughes Magic Inc.]]
  
 
The effect in this little illusion is that a [[flower bush]] and its pot vanishes from a table in a split second, without any cover.
 
The effect in this little illusion is that a [[flower bush]] and its pot vanishes from a table in a split second, without any cover.
  
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Illusions]]

Revision as of 10:42, 17 February 2009

Fastest Trick in the World is an illusion that was invented by Al DeLage, and was first marketed by Horace Marshall in 1954. The current authorized manufacturer is Hughes Magic Inc.

The effect in this little illusion is that a flower bush and its pot vanishes from a table in a split second, without any cover.