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The Madras Paper Repeat ClimaxP. K. Ilango
Effect: A quarter-size piece of newspaper is torn into six pieces. Two pieces are discarded. When the pieces are counted, there are again six pieces. This time four pieces are discarded. When remaining pieces are counted, there are again six pieces of paper. This time five pieces of paper are discarded. Now only one piece of paper is left in the hand. Suddenly the one piece of paper becomes a fully-restored paper.
1st edition 1987, 8 pages; 1st digital edition 2017, PDF 9 pages.
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Foolzum Newspaper Tear RevisitedDevin Knight & Ulysses Frederick Grant
A full size sheet of newspaper is handed for examination; both the magician and a spectator sign their names on the front of the newspaper. Without adding anything, the newspaper is openly and deliberately torn-up with the audience plainly seeing the signatures being torn.
After the newspaper is torn into small pieces, the magician blows on the pieces. The rough edges of the paper are seen to get smooth, and upon opening the newspaper out, it is restored. But wait, only half the paper is there. The other half falls to the floor.
The audience thinks they are the torn pieces. The packet...
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Tearing Them UpDick Turpin & Alan Shaxon & Ken de Courcy
There can be no doubt about it, the "Torn and Restored Newspaper" is one of our modern classics. Many excellent versions have been published and marketed by dealers over the years. In the pages of this manuscript, we are pleased to present two excellent variations, Dick Turpin's "Torn and Restored Newspaper" and "Tearing Up the News" by Alan Shaxon, both first-class methods. Both versions are very easy to prepare and to perform. Additionally, we have included Ken de Courcy's patter presentation for the Dick Turpin routine, which of course, can be used for either variation. Ken’s patter is...
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John Ramsay's Triple RestorationVictor Farelli
An original paper tearing trick described in the minutest detail.
Over a decade ago, THE WORLD'S FAIR offered a prize for the best list of really outstanding magical effects. The winner of the competition was Mr. Charles Harrison ("Rajah Khan") who, although he mentioned only nine items ... some of them being big illusions like Sawing Through a Woman and the Substitution Trunk ... included John Ramsay's Paper Tearing Trick in his List. - The World's Fair, 24th December 1938
1st edition 1949, 21 pages. PDF...
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Newspaper TrickGene Anderson
Gene Anderson's Torn and Restored Newspaper (Photo Version). This famous and sensational trick has brought tremendous applause and standing ovations everywhere Gene shows it. This is just like having personal instruction through a series of photos of Gene in action. The photos will teach you quickly and easily how to do this really great trick. Ebook contains photos, line sketches and text.
1st digital edition 2014, 16 pages.
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Final EditionKarrell Fox
The ultimate in a torn and restored newspaper because here the torn pieces really vanish. Audience gets the restored sheet!
Karrell Fox is a real pro, veteran of years of shows of all kinds - nobody can match him in experience. When he develops a trick, its good.
Effect: Magician displays a double page from a full size daily newspaper. This is then folded and torn several times until the packet of torn newspaper is about four inches square. The magician then shakes the packet of torn pieces into a completely restored double page and the torn pieces have vanished. The restored sheet is...
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The Torn and Restored NewspaperAntonio Romero
This routine incorporates a system that conceals the torn pieces automatically, eliminating all angle problems. This means it can be performed surrounded, and that makes it truly practical and easy to perform.
The download video contains over 60 minutes of detailed instructions with all the secrets of this wonderful routine that has made its way into the repertoires of many professionals.
It was created by Antonio Romero in 1983 and first published in his book La Magia de Antonio Romero in 1992.
This video has an English voice over by Rafael Benatar.
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