Twilight

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* ''Super Twilight'' by [[Daniel Cros]] in [[Art of Astonishment]], Vol. 2, 1996.
 
* ''Super Twilight'' by [[Daniel Cros]] in [[Art of Astonishment]], Vol. 2, 1996.
 
* ''Sunset'' by Andy Stadford in [[Linking Ring]], December, 1997 - with English penny and silver dollar.
 
* ''Sunset'' by Andy Stadford in [[Linking Ring]], December, 1997 - with English penny and silver dollar.
* [[Twilight Angels]] (Product - 2000) by Paul Harris - capture an angel off of the back of a Bicycle playing card, using a small mirror, and place the captured angel next to the one on the other end of the card.
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* [[Twilight Angels]] (Product - 1996) by Paul Harris - capture an angel off of the back of a Bicycle playing card, using a small mirror, and place the captured angel next to the one on the other end of the card.
  
 
* ''Eclipse'' by Tenyo - a self-working prop
 
* ''Eclipse'' by Tenyo - a self-working prop

Revision as of 12:27, 9 December 2012

Twilight is a coin routine by Paul Harris first published with Tayari Casel as Twilight-A Supernatural Coin Experience in 1979 by D. Robbins & Co., Inc. Illustrations were done by Dwight Dunaway.

Doug Henning performed it on his third TV special in December of 1977.

It was included in the Paul Harris compilation Art of Astonishment Vol 2.


Synopsis

Coins reflected in a mirror become reality. Coins are produced, turn over and multiply when a mirror is placed behind them.

Variations

  • Eclipse by Tenyo - a self-working prop
  • Doubling Your Money Bigtime by Theo Roos - uses jumbo coins and vanity mirror.
  • David Acer’s First Book (title?) - It’s supposed to contain his impromptu versions.

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