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On another site, you said it was David Copperfield who did it. My suggestion though is to not try to copy someone else.


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fallingblood wrote:
On another site, you said it was David Copperfield who did it. My suggestion though is to not try to copy someone else.


I agree, fallingblood. I love the trick, but the audio soundtrack was too bland for my taste. So I downloaded a recording program, and I completely re-wrote the script. Finally, I put my ability to do offbeat voices to some good use.

Now I have a more tailored(and certainly more lively) audio track to this routine. Thus making it far more entertaining and unique.

I don't mean to boast, but I'm pretty proud of it. 8)


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I have searched for the Mr. Rogers version, but to no avail. However, I agree with Fallingblood; if you used that presentation theme, you would essentially be copying David Copperfield, which is unethical IMO. I was laughing for about 5 minutes when I watched David Copperfield perform this for the first time, though; it's freakin hilarious.

P.S. For those wanting to see David Copperfiled perform it, go to "Google Video" and search for "David Copperfield, Great Wall of China". This effect is about 22-23 minutes into the video. The load time is worth it, though.


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