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The Hindu Thread Trick or Gypsy Thread Teach-In

by Lewis Ganson
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The Hindu Thread Trick or Gypsy Thread Teach-In by Lewis Ganson

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The Gypsy Thread trick is one of those classic effects in the same league as a linking ring or cups and balls. A thread is broken into several short pieces and then magically restored into one long piece of thread. Many of the best magicians have made the gypsy thread a feature of their performances: Fred Kaps, Dany Ray, Ricky Jay, Billy McComb, Ali Bongo, Hans Trixer, Marconick and Eugene Burger to name just a few.

Lewis Ganson teaches in detail with text, photos and illustrations the ins and outs of this routine.

This was part of the famous Ganson Teach-In series originally published by Supreme Magic Inc. Rights are now owned by Martin Breese whom we thank for the kind permission to reproduce this booklet.

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1st edition 1980; original 24 pages; PDF 32 pages.

  1. Introduction
  2. The Hindu Thread Trick
  3. - The Effect
  4. - The Thread
  5. - Preparation
  6. - Presentation
  7. Marconick's Gypsy Thread
  8. - Preparation
  9. - Performance
  10. Easy Gypsy Thread
  11. - Performance
  12. Ali Bongo's Experience
  13. - The Routine
  14. - The Thread Or Cotton
  15. - Shows For Children
  16. - The Needle Threading Addition
  17. - Preparation
  18. - Performance
  19. - Jewelled Scabbard Gag
  20. - Humorous Gypsy Thread
  21. - Disposal Of The Pieces
  22. - Breaking The Thread
  23. - Displaying The Pieces
  24. - David Nixon's Idea
  25. - The Bongo Gypsy Thread Suit
  26. - Patter
  27. - A Note On The Preparation
  28. - Chadwick's Mending Cotton Versus Tacking Thread
  29. - Repeating Impromptu
  30. - Dany Ray
  31. Pat Conway's Routine
  32. - Requirements
  33. - Preparation
  34. - Performance
  35. Conclusion

word count: 9890 which is equivalent to 39 standard pages of text

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