Inexhaustible Bottle

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[[Inexhaustible Bottle]] is an effect in which a large volume of liquid, much greater than the its capacity, is poured out of it.
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[[Inexhaustible Bottle]] is an effect in which a large volume of liquid, much greater than the capacity of the bottle, is poured out of it.
  
An extension of this effect was the [[Any Drink Called For]].
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First made popular in the United States by [[Professor Anderson]], "The Great Wizard of the North".
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[[Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin]] performed this at his intimate theater shows in 19th century Paris and the British magician [[Robert Heller]] was performing it by the 1860s.
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An extension of this effect is the [[Any Drink Called For]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
* http://blog.chambermagic.com/curiosities/think-a-drink
 
* http://blog.chambermagic.com/curiosities/think-a-drink
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* http://victorian-magic.blogspot.com/2006/05/inexhaustible-bottle_02.html
 
[[Category: Illusions]]
 
[[Category: Illusions]]

Latest revision as of 23:27, 4 April 2010

Inexhaustible Bottle is an effect in which a large volume of liquid, much greater than the capacity of the bottle, is poured out of it.

First made popular in the United States by Professor Anderson, "The Great Wizard of the North".

Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin performed this at his intimate theater shows in 19th century Paris and the British magician Robert Heller was performing it by the 1860s.

An extension of this effect is the Any Drink Called For.

References

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