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kihei kid
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Stan, Kate and Edith.
In loving memory of Hughie Thomasson 1952-2007.

You brought something beautiful to this world, you touched my heart, my soul and my life. You will be greatly missed.

Until we meet again “my old friend”.
Ron Reid
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I just received Cody's "Sweet Dreams" routine, and man, is it funny. I've not done it yet, but know it will create some hysterical moments. Cody's right - it's very "adult" but not dirty at all.

Ron
Jerry the Great
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I would like more insight into how any rope trick can be made funny. I do several rope routines and would love to be able to add some humor (adult). Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Jerry
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Cashetta
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I swear by Balloon Swallowing. People laugh and scream and it's truly a highlight of my show. Of course it also fits my character well so I think that's a big consideration.

Also do Vanishing Bandana and it's pretty hysterical. Your reactions are what will really make this great.

Cashetta
cat26
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On 2004-01-03 23:36, Jerry the Great wrote:
I would like more insight into how any rope trick can be made funny. I do several rope routines and would love to be able to add some humor (adult). Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Jerry


Jerry... get a copy of Si Adam's booklet "Snappy Rope Patter". It will provide you with a large assortment of comedy gags with rope. One of the best...... Cheers......
Dan Monroe
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One routine that I like to use is "Hello, your name is?" by Barry Mitchell and Peter McCahon. It's a laugh riot and gives your crowd about 8 mins. of non stop laughter. It uses 2 audience members with an exercise in telepathic powers. Real good routine! Smile
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Christopher
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Dan,

I'm not familiar with that routine. Where is it available?
Dan Monroe
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I got mine at Hank Lee's for I think $20. I think

Barry Mitchell has his own site also but I'm not sure what it is. But it is a very good routine that comes with a few funny props. I added a few more of my own to make it even funnier. Smile
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I´ve done "Professor´s nightmare" in a risque way... and it worked! Other than that, Daryl´s routines in foolers dooler 3 with rope are great! The play perfect for adults... and, if you want "adults only" try "Petter Rabbit hits big time".
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Mental_Mike
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Does anybody use Key-Erect??? I want to know a little more about this effect
jkvand
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On 2004-02-02 12:51, Mental_Mike wrote:
Does anybody use Key-Erect??? I want to know a little more about this effect


I just got KeyRRect, and I love it! You as the performer can totally focus on nothing but presentation, because there is absolutely no sleights involved, and it is so self-working that you NEVER have to touch the keys OR the lock - the entire trick can take place in the spectator's hands. Or, you could play a part in it, it's completely up to you. I like having both options available, and KeyRRect allows for that. If you can find it, get it! PM me if you have specific questions.
Aroy
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I must say that the Head Chopper is a tough one to beat for me. Have been working hard to replace this for my repeat clients with other effects but none comes close.

ROY

I use the key-rrect too on occasion and postion it as a lucky draw with the prize being the volunteer's $$$.

Technically it is exactly as jkvand said.

Lots of opportunities for comedic situations and to let your own personality come thru as it is all in the presentation.

It is one of those that packs small and plays big.

ROY
The Wizard of Hearts
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There's a very excellent routine for "Key-r-rect" in Thompson Jr. & Rutledge's "Between Two Minds", that involves two spectators, a spectator time-keeper, and lots of excitement.

_richard
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Hocus Pocus Also sells the "Hello my name is" effect but it is listed as "Hello Your Name is" Same effect. It a great one!
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Has anyone used Harry anderson's Cuff Links?
Owners please tell me if it is good.
Bill Hegbli
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On 2004-04-26 05:04, dsilverfield wrote:
Has anyone used Harry anderson's Cuff Links?
Owners please tell me if it is good.


This routine is in Harry Anderson's book 'Wise Guy'. It is also featured on the video of his act. This routine is very funny in Harry's hands, but I dought if anyone else can get away with that much body contact of a spectator.

Is it any good. If you are Harry Anderson, then I guess being a Millionaire is proof enough.
Christopher
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I've had cufflinks for years and occasionally add it to my act. If you feel uncomfortable getting too close to a volunteer use something else. I've used chairs, tent poles, (at fairs) mic stands, etc. And of course, by all means, come up with your own presentation.
Brent McLeod
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Comedy Zombie-

I first performed Zombie to 2001 Space Odyssey theme in Oct 1978 here in New Zealand with all the Innuendo moves etc after a comic magician suggestion also with ladies Bra & Knickers with THE END 0n the backside!! from Dove Pan.

I was 16 & was for Adult Birthday Crowd-was a complete success!!

We are performing tonight for Pre Sold show of 450 in Auckland & I will be finishing with still-- Zombie to 2001 music!!


-Brent
NJJ
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Instant Magician combined with 20th century underpants plays well (spectator pulls out own underpants)

Banana/Bandanan KILLS for aussie adults (kids don't seem to find it as funny!)

Any 'accidentally' destroying money or watched etc is strong

The Missing Spade is another top trick!
Brent McLeod
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Agree with Nicolas-

20th Century Bra/Underpants

Always Plays well-Great Reaction!
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