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[[Palingenesia]] was an illusion created by [[Thomas Tobin]] in 1872 which a spectator is dissected and then restored. It was once billed as "Another Man Cut Up Tonight".  
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'''Palingenesia''' was an illusion created by [[Thomas Tobin]] in [[1872]] which a spectator is dissected and then restored. It was once billed as "Another Man Cut Up Tonight".  
  
[[Neil Patrick Harris]] and [[Jonathan Levit]] revived Palingenesia at the ninth Magic History Conference  in Los Angeles (2005).
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[[Houdini]] performed it during Christmas season in 1925 at a Broadway playhouse within his two and a half hour show, "HOUDINI."<ref>Houdini!!! by Kenneth Silverman (1996)</ref>
  
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[[Neil Patrick Harris]] and [[Jonathan Levit]] revived Palingenesia at the ninth [[Conference on Magic History]] in Los Angeles (2005).<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palingenesis[[Genii 2006 September]], Vol. 69, No. 9, page 60, [[Jim Steinmeyer]]'s article.</ref><ref> http://www.pennandteller.com/03/coolstuff/tellerspeak/telleressaypalingenesia.html</ref><ref> http://www.jimsteinmeyer.com/newsletter/archives/spring06.html</ref><ref>[[Genii 2006 September]]</ref>
  
== References ==
 
  
* [[Genii 2006 September]], Vol. 69, No. 9, page 60, [[Jim Steinmeyer]]'s article.
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* http://www.pennandteller.com/03/coolstuff/tellerspeak/telleressaypalingenesia.html
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* http://www.jimsteinmeyer.com/newsletter/archives/spring06.html
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Revision as of 15:57, 27 January 2013

Palingenesia was an illusion created by Thomas Tobin in 1872 which a spectator is dissected and then restored. It was once billed as "Another Man Cut Up Tonight".

Houdini performed it during Christmas season in 1925 at a Broadway playhouse within his two and a half hour show, "HOUDINI."[1]

Neil Patrick Harris and Jonathan Levit revived Palingenesia at the ninth Conference on Magic History in Los Angeles (2005).[2][3][4][5]


References

  1. Houdini!!! by Kenneth Silverman (1996)
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PalingenesisGenii 2006 September, Vol. 69, No. 9, page 60, Jim Steinmeyer's article.
  3. http://www.pennandteller.com/03/coolstuff/tellerspeak/telleressaypalingenesia.html
  4. http://www.jimsteinmeyer.com/newsletter/archives/spring06.html
  5. Genii 2006 September
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