The Masked Magician pulls back the curtain to show you how to perform this popular Vegas magic trick as he appears to crush his lovely assistant inside a steel box...only to reveal that she's unharmed!
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Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed is a series of television shows produced by Nash Entertainment in which the closely guarded secrets behind classic magic tricks and illusions are exposed by the Masked Magician, aided by his beautiful assistants.
The enormously popular TV specials and series featured the incognito magician performing large-scale illusions and a few smaller-scale close-up magic tricks... then revealing the secrets of how the tricks were done.
Curious an Curiouser.
Check out my assistants, I think you’ll find them quite comely.
That box rotating amongst the finest.
Thats an old mammogram machine. You can tell from the plunger.
Oh,, I get it, it’s a trick! Pretty clever.
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