Effect: Magician places a wooden cut-out of a white rabbit on the table and covers it with a wooden tube. He lifts the whole set-up and tells the audience that magically he will cause the rabbit to change its color. Then set-up is placed back on the table and the tube lifted. To the surprise of the audience, the rabbit has changed from white to bro
A re-do of a CLASSIC Kid Show effect. The Magician shows a fan of cards with different colored Rabbits and proceeds to, "Clumsily" vanish one. After some playing around, the kids think they know where the missing Rabbit is. The Magician FINALLY shows the card in question, but it turns out to say "FOOLED!" with a different Rabbit on it. The kids yel
Have some fun with the kids during your show! Ask if one of them would like to be turned into a Rabbit. One, Two, Three and POOF! The GIANT wand opens up and turns your eager volunteer into a Rabbit coming out of a Hat!!!! Giant Wand Dimensions: 22" long x 1.5" diameter Rabbit in Hat Banner Dimensions: 22" x 47"
Bring the birthday child up to help you with your next big trick! You explain you will turn him/her into a rabbit! Show everyone your magic wand. Place the wand in front of the spectator and let gravity unroll the wand revealing a digital printed picture of a rabbit with a cut out of the face. The birthday childs face is seen through the hole.
Show a white silk, tuck it into your hand and change the silk into a rabbit! Very easy to do and funny to watch! Comes with one rubber rabbit and a small white 100% silk handkerchief. Rubber Rabbit Dimension Approximately 2 x 2 x 1 1/2 (5.08cm x 5.08cm x 3.81cm) Silk Dimension Approximately 8 x 8 (20.32cm x 20.32cm)
The revolving top rabbit table is a very convenient and portable folding table, with an attractive design, especially for kid show performers. It has a large working surface enabling you to use this for your larger effects and a revolving top which you can turn around. If you need to show a large prop all around (like a mirror production box or a s
The performer explains that every magician is supposed to produce a Rabbit from his hat but lo and behold you dropped your hat on the way to the show and a truck flattened it. The hat is introduced and shown to be empty. Magi exclaims that he knows that his rabbits are still some where around. He reaches into the hat and produces seven different co
The performer shows a slate in which he sketches an outline of a bunny. The sketch is placed into a box. The box is shown to contain nothing except for the slate. The door is shut and a member of the audience is asked to come forward and assist in making real magic. A wand is waved, the classic words are spoken "abracadabra".. the door on the box i
Produce a variety of items magically from a book, even a dove or rabbit! The magician presents a hard cover book, opens the cover and shows the title page or even a blank page and quickly draws an image. The book is closed and when opened again, an item that could not possibly fit in the book, instantly appears! Includes hard cover book gimmick and
The magician shows a cage to be totally empty. He places a rabbit inside of the cage. A large cloth (included) covers the cage for just an instant and is whisked away. Now sitting where a rabbit use to be are now two doves. This is a fantastic illusion at a great price. Professional magicians all over the world use this cage principal in their mega
An updated and modified version of the classic Farmyard Frolics (by Edwin Hooper) style childrens effect, but with a twist at the end. Great fun where Rodney the magic rabbit vanishes and appears in a funny comical routine with a totally different ending to the original. After Rodney rabbit vanishes, the magician cant see the rabbit peeping out of
Display a wood frame, and open the front & back swinging doors. Now show a wood plaque that fits inside the frame with the picture of a black rabbits face. This rabbit plaque is put into the frame, and now for the magic! The kids yell, "Boo!" The BLACK rabbit changes WHITE with fright! The kids are screaming! When the kids yell "Oob!", (thats b