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RollyD
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James,
I really like your bunny out of the mini hat idea. I hope you don't mind if I borrow it. I tried ordering one via the website, but its an email and not a direct order to an electronic cart, etc.
Rolly
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I don't "tear" them into two bunnies anymore. too many people trying to tear them to prove (somehow) that it was designed to do that, and it took away the multiplying theme if they see me do it and it looks "built-in"
Love the tiny hat!
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Dick Barry of the United States sells a little top hat that produces a rabbit magically. It's handled by Practical Magic in the UK. If you go to http://www.practical-magic.com/index.php......temid=26 and click on extended version, you can see a video clip of me performing my routine, which has nothing original in it except, as far as I know the gag of the jumping rabbits. It was taped without an audience but will give you an idea of how it plays.
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On 2007-08-20 23:53, RobertBloor wrote:
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lylemagic: How can you not like the sponge bunny trick?


Because in my book, it's the equivalent of pinching the face of a toddler and pretending to steal their nose.

Unless that toddler has a mullet.

Robert


Look kid... I got your mullet! I got your mullet!
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On 2007-08-30 14:05, Clark wrote:

For your viewing pleasure ...

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I'd say, "You ever hear of 126th St. Barbie? Well this is her Pimp's hat and it is very magical...here watch..."

Just kidding...very creative actually.


nice patter
"You may think that i only talk of things from the past, you know, history, well magic is history"

-Guy Jarrett

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I'm surprised that no-one has mentioned Daryls version "Papa Rabbit Hits the Big Time", I think it's called. He produces the rabbits from the sleeve fold in his jacket. Very nice production. If you wear a jacket. I don't. I always use the purse frame for the balls, and I've just started using the rabbits... just approaching the table with them concealed in my hand.. but I think I'll start using the purse frame with them.

I also use the carrots as a silent opener. Approach a table, wink at the kid(s), and then do it...
DCB
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I have a sponge 3d bunny (one of the bigger ones) as one of the loads in my rapid fire chop cup routine. From there, I leave the rabbit out and clear the cup & bits away allowing easy steals of more.
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I have seen Magicians palm them and mime pulling them out of spectators hair or out of a purse frame. I feel a bit awkward doing that. I also think it complicates the Magic because you are letting the spectators know you are hiding rabbits in your hands before even doing the trick. So I just pull them out of my pocket and show them to start my bunny routine. I like to keep things simple. What ever works for you. This is just the way I do it. Cheers!
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"These are my two rabbits. They're the low-maintenance variety."
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