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The Masked Magician reveals the secrets behind splitting a person in half with an industrial saw, vanishing a toothpick, cutting and restoring a piece of rope, vanishing a seated woman and ... See full summary »

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Don Weiner
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Val Valentino ... Himself (as the Masked Magician)
Allie Cohen Allie Cohen ... Magician's Assistant
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shawn Breathwaite Shawn Breathwaite ... Assistant
Danny Davalos Danny Davalos ... Assistant
Lyndsay Haldorson ... Magician's Assistant
Maria Kanellis ... Herself
Frank Lacero Frank Lacero ... Assistant
Samantha Faye Lee Samantha Faye Lee ... Magician's Assistant
Jeff Manabat ... Assistant
Bryan Martin Bryan Martin ... Assistant
Lauren Melendez ... Magician's Assistant
Paige Peterson Paige Peterson ... Magician's Assistant
Mitch Pileggi ... Narrator
Mark Thompson ... Himself - Announcer
Eve Torres ... Herself
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The Masked Magician reveals the secrets behind splitting a person in half with an industrial saw, vanishing a toothpick, cutting and restoring a piece of rope, vanishing a seated woman and pushing a coin into a shot glass. Other illusions include levitating a soda can, thrusting a bottle cap through a glass bottle, vanishing a string quartet, transforming a Bentley into a Lamborghini and passing through steel shipping containers. Written by D.S. Ryelle (Valentina)

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Language:

German

Release Date:

2 October 2008 (USA) See more »

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In the "disappearing orchestra" trick, it is obvious --- at least for anyone who's even mildly observant and knows anything about musical instruments --- that the string-quartet is in fact **not** actually playing the "Air On The G-String" selection that we're hearing, since this piece is obviously being correctly played with accenting string-plucks, whereas all four of the musicians are using just their bows --- not their fingertips --- to play their instruments. The music we hear is obviously just a recording being played in the background, and the quartet is merely "string-synching" their instruments to somewhat-match the played-back music; this is why the performers seemed to be able to keep seamlessly playing their selection even as they were being tipped onto their backs. See more »

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