This is a close-up novelty that you can print yourself and which can be done anywhere at a moment's notice, a cute bar stunt with comedy, plus a touch of mystery. You can do it as a table trick, or in fact anywhere you can get an audience. An ideal pocket trick. Or you can print the provided sheet as large as you want and perform the trick for a larger audience or on a stage.
An illustrated square of paper is shown and the pictures of "City Slickers", "Susie" and "The Wolves" are described with amusing patter as the sheet is folded into a small package. With one single cut the folded paper is separated in two parts. One half is opened to reveal a number of "squares" each bearing a picture of a "Wolf"—all the "Wolves" have been separated with a single cut. The other half is opened to reveal that "Susie" is not only in the midst of the "City Slickers" but is actually surrounded by the Men for the "squares" are all joined together.
- Very easy to do (no sleight of hand at all)
- Always ready
- New and unusual
- Great for close-up or walk around
1st edition 1954, 5 pages.
word count: 884 which is equivalent to 3 standard pages of text