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Ricky Jay-Learned Pigs and Fireproof Women

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Based on Ricky Jay's book of the same title, this special was made up of a combination of magic, juggling, amazing feats, stunts, and performances, including a musical performance on wine glasses, a human calculator who could determine cube-routes of numbers in her head, and an antique acrobatic clockwork doll. Written by Andrew Anthony Sylvester
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Lat igo (13 days ago)
That butterfly production at the end is amazing man. What a legend Ricky Jay is.
Filmer Ado (13 days ago)
The quick change artist is amazing
greymattersblog (15 days ago)
RIP Ricky Jay. You will be missed.
plissken151 (1 year ago)
Ricky Jay is a freakin' genius, a legend of magic, a great actor, and one of the coolest people alive. i love this guy. fucking brilliant.
Eric Smith (6 days ago)
Hes dead
skrillex guetta (1 year ago)
Wow, this is a nice video, these people are very talented. Maybe magic is real after all.
MP (1 year ago)
Gah! That woman's hair at the beginning -- it looks like a cat got electrocuted on her head!
HhappyBirthday (2 years ago)
15:40 ... Space Invaders (2002) - IMDB
Paul Johnson (2 years ago)
+HhappyBirthday That's the year it came out on home video. The movie was released in theaters in 1990. And it's a real stinker (as if you couldn't already tell that from the commercial).
HhappyBirthday (2 years ago)
12:12 Where is he _now_ *?*
DrNawMai (11 months ago)
+DrNawMai 😆😉
OnePunch-Man (3 years ago)
Got some nice vintage commercials here, before TV got overrun by the pharmaceutical industry. Thanks for keeping them in.
JuddJudd Judd (9 days ago)
lol! 1988. one of those commercials is for a movie called Spaced Invaders that i was a foley assistant on. actually have a credit in it!
the night was humid (2 years ago)
+OnePunch-Man there's something about ice cream
shugo104 (3 years ago)
+OnePunch-Man I didn't even realize it until they ended, but I had the bigged grin on my face while watching the commercials. Change isn't all bad though - along with the horrible new commercials, we also can pause/fast-forward/skip commercials entirely now!
j spain Greene (3 years ago)
+OnePunch-Man totally agree it's fun to see the ads in addition to the show...
Cary Groneveldt (3 years ago)
Bless you for putting the Master's CBS special on YouTube ....
Reverend Benzo (4 years ago)
34:50 More media panic.
GeoJoe2000 (4 years ago)
Who in South Dakota recorded this? 
travisteachme (4 years ago)
I think the juggler learned the juggling to wear the leotard. I don't think that's necessary.
StarWoors (5 years ago)
I had his book by the same title and it was destroyed in a flood! Have to get it again! Besides, altho Rick is cool, Ripley from Ripley's Believe It or Not did the same thing. But he was no magician. Fortean Times is a journal that records a lot of stuff like this.
yes people back in the day ACTUALLY CARED! :)
Sasank Pandey (5 years ago)
R.I.P Shakuntala Devi.
rainbowsalads (5 years ago)
Beautiful and delightful. Mysterious, most definitely magical.
Moskeneer (5 years ago)
Just wanted to say thank you for sharing this rare piece of film! It is so difficult to find many of Ricky Jay's televised specials and performances, although his new documentary in select theaters does contain some others.
greymattersblog (5 years ago)
RIP Shakuntala Devi. She passed away on April 22, 2013.
John Fritz (5 years ago)
Does anyone else think these old school commercials worked better than the ones now adays? I totally want grape nuts and kfc right now.
Ricky Kilmer (5 years ago)
cant wait to see rick jays new documentary-DECEPTIVE PRACTICES: THE MYSTERIES AND MENTORS OF RICK JAY.out now in select theatres april 17th.
Rhett Cochran (5 years ago)
He is.
Bokany (5 years ago)
That Micheal Moschen guy must be the one doing the glass ball stuff in the '80s movie "Labyrinth".
mradamcooley (5 years ago)
THANK YOU
Sam Buckley (5 years ago)
You are right, I am wrong, my bad...
Manuel Samperio (5 years ago)
Actually it was Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin who invented it. He was a watch maker and made automatons on the side. One of his more popular tricks was the The Marvelous Growing Tree and the Ethereal Suspension. His boy on trapeze was more of a side object within his show.
Sam Buckley (5 years ago)
It was harry houdini who made it, it was his most popular trick
Drifter0001 (5 years ago)
Someone explain to me the puppet thing on the trapeze. Was it magic? because that was my first guess... was I right?
genericfacelessuser (5 years ago)
In stereo!
aliandnate (6 years ago)
It's funny to see a young Chris "Jesus" Ferguson on here!!
Corey Lambrecht (7 days ago)
Where, what time stamp ?
spontini michel (6 years ago)
merci !!!!!!

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