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Wonderland Bill

by Brown, Nick

Product Rating:

(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The magician openly displays a one dollar bill with a small "trap door" cut into the middle. He asks a spectator to hold the trap door and proceeds to somehow fold the bill closed, then open it up again. When the bill is unfolded the trap door seems to have jumped to the other side of the bill! The only way the effect seems possible is if the magician somehow went through the small cutout door in the bill.

Includes specially cut US One Dollar bill and instructional video.

Available from your favorite magic dealer.
Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006
MLA SKU: EwxePqVPlXtkOEr

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September 11th, 2003 11:26pm
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Reviewed by Brad Henderson
I really liked this.

Nick Brown begins by telling us he is an amateur magician and a professional physics teacher. He then goes on to demonstrate and teach a fabulous approach to the Trapdoor card effect.

First, I like the way Nick doesn't pretend to be something he's not. I also like the fact that his instructions are clear and easy to learn from. I wish we had more professional physics teachers teaching on videos, I think they would help mold a better class of magic students.

Nick takes extraordinary pains to insure that the viewer not only can perform the effect with the supplied bill, but can later make up his own models with ease. Nick also takes great pains in demonstrating certain touches which he feels makes the handling more effective.

But let's ask the question, the Trapdoor card is a puzzle, right? Well, yes and no. I think it has always come off like a puzzle because there has yet to be 1) an engaging presentation for the device and 2) a handling which... [Read More]
November 23rd, 2003 3:06pm
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Reviewed by Carlo DeBlasio
I'm not just going to agree with Brad Henderson and say "Me too". The Wonderland Dollar is a cool effect. What you get for your money is a pre-cut and folded bill and a good quality video tape that details the working of the effect, construction of the prop, alternate handlings, alternate construction and some mild presentation. After having a grabby 11-year-old tear my bill at a Bat Mitzvah, I made up two more from the instructions on the tape. Nick Brown struck me as a nice physics professor, which is exactly what he is. His presentation wasn't exciting or dramatic. Now, I like good tricks with presentational potential. That is exactly what this is! I'm going to get it another half star above the four and say that I think this might be a great magic piece in the right hands. In the wrong hands it is still a pretty effective puzzle or at worst a good bar bet.

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