Walking Through Ribbon

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Created by [[U.F. Grant]] and premiered by [[Blackstone]] in Chicago around 1935. It was later performed by [[Dr. Gordon Peck]].  Grant marketed his version in 1945.<ref>Jinx, No 12, July 1935</ref>  
 
Created by [[U.F. Grant]] and premiered by [[Blackstone]] in Chicago around 1935. It was later performed by [[Dr. Gordon Peck]].  Grant marketed his version in 1945.<ref>Jinx, No 12, July 1935</ref>  
  
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Walking Through Ribbon is an illusion in which an assistant apparently walks through a ribbon which is held on both ends by volunteers.
Max Holden Ad in Sphinx (March 1935)

Created by U.F. Grant and premiered by Blackstone in Chicago around 1935. It was later performed by Dr. Gordon Peck. Grant marketed his version in 1945.[1]


References

  1. Jinx, No 12, July 1935
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