George Carlin, doing what he does best, talking about America’s number one product.
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It’s hard for a modern magician to adopt an extreme persona without seeming corny, but Rob Zabrecky’s funny warped psycho magician character humorously illustrates what it might have been like had Norman Bates taken up magic as a hobby.
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No, not that one. Monday morning in 1960 and Led Zeppelin is not even a blip on the horizon. It’s AM radio and it’s all about Neil Sedaka. Gotta love that saxophone break.
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One of the most hair-raising sustained scenes of physical comedy ever filmed. Only Buster Keaton could rival Harold Lloyd when it came to feats of physical stamina and inventiveness on the silent screen.
Magic tie-in bonus: Lloyd was an amateur magician who once had a magic trick published in Ted Annemann’s The Jinx.
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