Serpentine Silk

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'''Serpentine Silk''' is an effect in which  a long silk, representing a serpent, is tied in a knot and then it mysteriously unties itself slowly.
 
'''Serpentine Silk''' is an effect in which  a long silk, representing a serpent, is tied in a knot and then it mysteriously unties itself slowly.
  
Created by [[John Albenice]] and was marketed in early 1940s through [[Abbott's]]. Later published in Reel Magic (1941).
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Created by [[John Albenice]] and was marketed in early 1940s through [[Abbott's]]. Later published in [[Reel Magic]] (1941).
  
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Silks]]
 
[[Category:Silks]]

Latest revision as of 04:27, 27 April 2012

Serpentine Silk is an effect in which a long silk, representing a serpent, is tied in a knot and then it mysteriously unties itself slowly.

Created by John Albenice and was marketed in early 1940s through Abbott's. Later published in Reel Magic (1941).

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