1 edition of Hiding the elephant found in the catalog.
Hiding the elephant
Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-351) and index.
|Statement||Jim Steinmeyer ; magicians" portraits by William Stout ; foreword by Teller|
|LC Classifications||GV1543 .S84 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 362 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||2011381849|
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Jim Steinmeyer's book is a journey thorough the rich history of magicians, their creations and their quest for the impossible. Starting with Houdini's famous and infamous illusion of making an elephant disappear, Jim traces the various inventions in "optical conjuring," from Pepper's Ghost to Tobin's Proteus Cabinet and the famous wonders at Egyptian Hall.5/5(1).
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In this story, three siblings come upon an elephant named Phil and decide to bring him home. "Our parents will love Phil!" they cry out excitedly. Until it dawns on them: "Uh, oh".
Hiding the Elephant by Jim Steinmeyer(Softbound) – Book. It all led to the final Lent to me by my Hungarian finder of wonders Andras. He builds thr upon concept, telling the story of individual magicians and illusions, until jum the end he can confirm the solution to Houdini’s disappearing elephant.
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Laugh at funny kids jokes, including more Elephant jokes, Hiding jokes at Laugh at 4,+ Funny Jokes for Kids/5(21). BOOK: Hiding Phil by Eric Barclay. MOVEMENT: An Elephant Goes. An elephant goes like this and that (stomp one foot, then the other) He’s terribly wide (hold arms out at sides)And he’s terribly fat (keep arms out at sides) He has two fingers (wiggle index fingers) And he has two toes (wiggle feet) But goodness gracious.
an audience. I know that there's currently a lot of controversy about Hiding the Elephant, as a magic organization is upset about this book and the author's revelations. They feel that too much has been explained in Hiding the Elephant.
But I actually thought that Steinmeyer handled this all very carefully. Don't worry/5(75). Hiding the Elephant How Magicians Invented the Impossible and Learned to Disappear (Hardbound Edition) Jim Steinmeyer’s book is a journey thorough the rich history of magicians, their creations and their quest for the impossible.
This is the cutest picture book that the very small will adore and enjoy looking at over and over. With 18 animals on each page, the reader is invited to find who’s hiding, sleeping, backwards, etc. Brightly coloured and with simple illustrations, this is great for encouraging the powers of observation and comes with the answers – just in case.
In writing Hiding the Elephant, author Jim Steinmeyer takes a bit of a risk in revealing some of the tricks of the trade. Steinmeyer is one of the world's premier illusion designers, though, so I was inclined to trust his judgment in deciding where to draw the line.
After reading the book, I see that my trust was well-placed.Harry Houdini was the greatest escape artist in history, yet known to his contemporaries as a terrible stage magician. Nevertheless, in he performed a single illusion that has been hotly debated ever since: Under the bright spotlights of New York’s Theatre Hippodrome, he made a live elephant disappear.
Where did he learn this amazing trick and how did it work?4/5(5).In Hiding the Elephant, professional illusion designer and magic historian Jim Steinmeyer takes us back to the dawn of the glory days of stage illusions, one hundred and fifty years ago.
In this age the very idea of making a woman disappear was brand new and the now-clichéd powers of “smoke and mirrors” lay as yet undiscovered.