Paper Hat Tear

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'''Paper Hat Tear''' (or Paper Hat Trick or Hat Tear)  is a routine in which colored pieces of paper are torn to create a hat.
 
'''Paper Hat Tear''' (or Paper Hat Trick or Hat Tear)  is a routine in which colored pieces of paper are torn to create a hat.
  
It was created by [[Cecil Lyle]] in the 1920s as part of his "Magical Milliner" act.<ref>Encylopedic Dictionary of Magic by Bart Whaley</ref>  
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A follow-up involves having the paper restored into a pair of panties and known as '''Hat' and Pants'''.
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The paper tear was created by [[Cecil Lyle]] in the 1920s as part of his "Magical Milliner" act.<ref>Encyclopedic Dictionary of Magic by [[Bart Whaley]]</ref>  
  
 
Other magicians who regularly performed this effect:
 
Other magicians who regularly performed this effect:
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== Variations ==
 
== Variations ==
* [[William Stickland]] created a gasmask from the torn pieces (1939).
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* [[William Stickland]] created a gasmask version from the torn pieces (1939).
 
* A version in which the torn papers become a pair of ladies panties was being sold in the 1940s.
 
* A version in which the torn papers become a pair of ladies panties was being sold in the 1940s.
  

Latest revision as of 09:42, 11 June 2012

Paper Hat Tear (or Paper Hat Trick or Hat Tear) is a routine in which colored pieces of paper are torn to create a hat.

A follow-up involves having the paper restored into a pair of panties and known as Hat' and Pants.

The paper tear was created by Cecil Lyle in the 1920s as part of his "Magical Milliner" act.[1]

Other magicians who regularly performed this effect:


Variations

  • William Stickland created a gasmask version from the torn pieces (1939).
  • A version in which the torn papers become a pair of ladies panties was being sold in the 1940s.


References

  1. Encyclopedic Dictionary of Magic by Bart Whaley
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