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by Dan Army

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD

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Just imagine this for one second. Any SIGNED object is borrowed, and a bottle is borrowed. This defies all scientific laws. The object is dropped onto the bottle. Naturally, it would just stop, and fall to the ground. Not with Trespass. It is seen in full view, and it visually penetrates as it drops. The coin is seen inside, and heard. You hand the bottle back, and they can keep the bottle FOREVER with the coin inside. This miracle came from the twisted mind of Dan Army.

They can stare at the bottle until their blood runs cold, and they will not find even the slightest defect to the bottle. The object will stay inside until doomsday. It's not going anywhere. This beats out any effect like it. Trespass is the most impromptu effect of it's kind. Get ready for Trespass.

Running Time Approximately 30min
Date Added: Aug 2nd, 2007
MLA SKU: UG8eMmg3SR3nst


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August 29th, 2008 4:28pm
Reviewed by Christopher Carey
Dan Army looks every bit of 16 years old. I have no problem a teenager creating and selling magic tricks, but the track record for teenagers creating and selling magic tricks is not good. In fact, it's atrocious.

TRESPASS couldn't fool anyone. Danny, as I shall now call him, shows us two different methods of performing coin in bottle. The first method uses a plastic water bottle. The coin can be signed and then dropped in the bottle, penetrating the side, rather than being slammed into the bottle. Sounds good doesn't it? Would you believe it if I told you that Danny can't do the damn trick? Not once does he perform either version for real live breathing people. Hell, he doesn't perform it for the camera. Several times, he sloppily talks his way through it. At one point he drops the coin while trying to do the sleight.

The second version uses a glass bottle with a mouth wider than the coin, no lid, and a false transfer. I leave it to your imagination to figure out how... [Read More]
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