Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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-See R. W. Hull's "The Boy and Girl Card Illusion"​ in //Smart Magic//, ​co-authored with N. C. Hahne in 1935, p. 16. This is a transposition of a red King and a black Queen, accomplished by double lifts and a Mexican ​Turnover. While the patter concerns a stage illusion in which a girl in one box magically changes places with a boy in another box, the trick is a clear precursor to the popular presentation of Houdini'​s Sub Trunk transposition for a two-card transposition.+R. W. Hull'​s ​published ​"The Boy and Girl Card Illusion"​ in //Smart Magic//, 1935, p. 16. This is a transposition of a red King and a black Queen, accomplished by [[cards:​double_lift|double lifts]] and a [[cards:​mexican_turnover|Mexican ​turnover]]. While the patter concerns a stage illusion in which a girl in one box magically changes places with a boy in another box, the trick is a clear precursor to the popular presentation of Houdini'​s Sub Trunk transposition for a two-card transposition.
  
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