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Vinnie Laraway
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This has to be the best Zombie Routine in the World..

Just see past the fact that his costuming and face is a bit scary.. Lol.. But enjoy it...


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Fascinating to watch. Quality entertainment, perhaps just a tad too long. But very original!
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I didn't know you liked it that much...good for you. Its now a BUZZ on several magic fourms.Another thread here as well.

Vinne lets keep it alive where you first watched it...I want all the guys there to be sure to watch it.

See you later at....you know where.
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Vinnie Laraway
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Hah, thanks Don.. yeah, the act is just that good!

And I know what you mean.. ;-)

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That was exceptional magic. I didn't even realize it was Zombie until waaaay into the routine. Delightful. Don'tcha just love the creativity and the wonderful peformance!
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That was amazing. The music timing was perfect, and I loved the ending. I am the same as Gary: I never realized it was a Zombie until about half way through the routine. It was quite a long act for the short effect but it was VERY entertaining.
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What can I add....It was a beautiful performence. Very very entertaining. I like,like the others, did not realize the zombie until into the routine. Very imaginative and beautifuly done. Would love to have seen it in person.

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I think many of you magi were fooled. It was not a zombie until way into the routine.

That was the best act I have seen in a long time. Truly masterful
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Simply Amazing. Thanks.
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A real beauty to watch, thanks for posting this.
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I was lucky enought to see Andy Dallas ( yes, the SAM President ) do his version of the Zombie. I saw him do it at SAMCON in Peabody, MA and at the Magic Barn in Ashland, MA.

His performance of the Zombie was the best I have ever seen! Both times I was amazed. Some of his moves seem to defy physics. And yes, I have already watched Jeb Sherrill's Zombie Re-Animated DVDs.
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Oh my god!!!

that was so cool!!!


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Nicely done and very creative.

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You do realize that, as SenseiStrange wrote, initially it was not a zombie, right?

Which is cool because it adds another layer of cleverness.

What a beautiful and creative act!
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Yes, I understand that..

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Though technically not a zombie ball, it is an elegant presentation. I believe the author of Zombie Re-Animated and his wife shared the stage with that very performer. They were doing their juggling/magic act. I think it can be seen here. http://www.kineticshiva.com
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I saw Jerome Murat do this live at the Magic Circle Centenary. In that hall full of jaded magicians, he brought the house down.

I also saw Andy Dallas do his zombie routine at the TAOM in Addison, Texas. It was the best thing in his show. It is one of the best zombie routines I have seen, but I like what Jerome does much better. Nothing against Andy, but this piece is Art.
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It humbles me. I couldn't even find a smile code good enough!
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