Torn and Restored Newspaper

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[[Torn and Restored Newspaper]] is a [[Torn and Restored Paper]] effect done with a large sheets of Newspaper making it suitable for the stage.
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'''Torn and Restored Newspaper''' is a version of the [[Torn and Restored Paper]] effect done with a large sheets of Newspaper making it suitable for the stage.
  
 
Many version have been developed and performed by magicians over the years:
 
Many version have been developed and performed by magicians over the years:
* Hugall Benedict in [[Stanyon's Magic]], Vol. 3, 3, april 1903, page 62.  
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* Hugall Benedict in [[Stanyon's Magic]], Vol. 3, No. 3, April 1903, page 62.  
* [[Cortini]]
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* [[Cortini]] performed his version in the United States, using two sheets of newspaper, while touring in 1922.
* Marketed in the United States by [[Carl Brema]] in the late 1920s.
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* [[Bill Lohmeyer]] and [[Lu Brent]] had versions in the late 1920s.
* [[Al Baker]] marketed a method in 1931.  
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* A version was marketed in the United States by [[Carl Brema]] in the late 1920s.
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* [[Al Baker]] marketed a method in 1931.
 
* [[Jean Hugard]]
 
* [[Jean Hugard]]
 
* [[Joe Karson]]  
 
* [[Joe Karson]]  

Revision as of 14:37, 16 March 2012

Torn and Restored Newspaper is a version of the Torn and Restored Paper effect done with a large sheets of Newspaper making it suitable for the stage.

Many version have been developed and performed by magicians over the years:

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