The effect of tossing out a cheap toy, borrowing a bill, having it signed and destroyed, only to end
up in the toy in the audience was intriguing. So, I had to pick this up.
What This Comes
With: This comes with a high quality toy army dude with a parachute and a backpack. What more do you
Method: The three pages of instructions are well written and very well illustrated,
and contain several methods to accomplish the effect. While bieng nothing new to magic, the way this
is done is very nice and I feel that this is probbably (out of the dozens I have seen or used) my
favorite signed bill to impossible location.
Versatility: This is my favorite part of this
trick: How virsitile it is. You can perform this walkaround (with minor changes to the handling),
Stand Up, Close Up, Parlour, everything. And the best thing is that it contains a mehtod for each
setting. (Even one method by Sankey whom anyone who performs paperclipped is aware of.)
Difficulty: This trick is a very easy one, provided you can do a finger palm vanish or steal
something from an emvelope. It requires almost no slight of hand and the payoff is well worth it.
Overall, this trick gets really high ratings from me. (Not only cause it was only 10 bucks)
but because of how easy this trick is and how virsatile. And when the spectator opens up the
backpack THEY have held the whole time, talk about real magic! This trick gets a 4 out of 5. It
opens up many doors and gets you really creative about SBTIL type tricks, and also makes you go,
"Why didn't I think of that?"
1 of 1 magicians found this helpful.