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[[Long Pour]] is an effect where a very large amount of salt can be poured from the magician's fist first performed by [[Roy Benson]] in the 1930s using a [[Paul Fox]] [[Salt Gimmick]].
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'''The Long Pour''' is a climax to the [[Salt Trick]] in which  a very large amount of salt can be poured from the magician's fist.  
  
Another performer known for the salt pour was [[Fred Kaps]].
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First performed by [[Roy Benson]] in the 1930s using [[Salt Gimmick]] by  [[Paul Fox]]. Another performer known for the salt pour was [[Fred Kaps]].
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
 
* Genii Speaks, page 115 in [[Genii 1945 December]]
 
* Genii Speaks, page 115 in [[Genii 1945 December]]
  
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Illusions]]

Revision as of 11:37, 9 February 2013

The Long Pour is a climax to the Salt Trick in which a very large amount of salt can be poured from the magician's fist.

First performed by Roy Benson in the 1930s using Salt Gimmick by Paul Fox. Another performer known for the salt pour was Fred Kaps.

References