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A novel idea from Ian Adair, using an old principle in a different and clever way.
The performer displays a picture of Houdini, the greatest magician and escape artist of all times, locked in chains and handcuffs in a prison cell. He also displays a window envelope, with the front bars of the cell on the window.
He explains to his audience how Houdini could escape from any type of restraint in the twinkling of an eye. As he says this he pushes the picture into the envelope. The audience can clearly see the picture going into the envelope, but Houdini has vanished, leaving just the chains and handcuffs behind.
The apparatus measures approx 5" x 8" in size, made in quality board with art work specially adapted from an original Houdini poster. Easy to perform, Adair’s Hou-Dunnit comes to you complete with instructions