30 entries in Rope / Knots for Escapes
  
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Henri Decremps Affiche singuliere d'un Faiseur de Tours, où l'on trouve une premiere esquisse des différentes branches de la Jonglerie. "Un homme peut se faire enchaîner de plusieurs maniers, & se détacher adroitement sans rien briser & sans employer les moyens qui paroissent le plus nécessaires" (title continued) in the process of telling the story how the author and Mr. went to see a performer called Pilferer, two methods of escapes are explained, the performer has two rings attached to his trousers which are secured with a rope which is attached to a pillar with a lock Supplément A La Magie Blanche Dévoillée 1
Unknown The Mystic Tie two pieces of cord tied around performer's neck, gets free The Art of Magic 337
Prof. Jacoby The Jacoby Rope Tie Also published here The Art of Magic 338
William G. Edwards The Rope Tie Par Excellence The Art of Magic 341
Al Baker The One-Man "Lights Up" Seance for hands The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Al Baker's Book) 75
Harry Houdini Malay Escape rope tie The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 87) 551
Unknown Chinese Tape Release From Leg Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 263
Harry Hardini A Possible Impossibility escape from rope Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1949) 35
Robert Gysel Spirit Tie for the spirit cabinetAlso published here Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 309
Unknown The Marvel Wrist Tie Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 312
Harry Kellar The Kellar Rope Tie Also published here Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 314
Unknown More String Tricks Examples of knots in strings/ropes that can allow penetration effects or escape effects Mathematics, Magic And Mystery 84
Tony Corinda (15) The Stage Spirit Cabinet different effects (instruments etc.) special rope Mediumistic Stunts 286
Paul Curry A Simple Spirit Séance Magician's Magic 224
Prof. Jacoby The Jacoby Tie wrists tied with two ropesAlso published here The Big Book of Magic 295
Unknown Behind the Back Wrist Tie The Big Book of Magic 297
Unknown The Double Rope Tie The Big Book of Magic 300
Ross Bertram My Rope Tie Routine hands of performer tied behind his back Magic and Methods of Ross Bertram 116
Unknown Vest Turning No. 13, hands tied, vest turns inside out 101 Psychic Tests 5
Karl Fulves Q-dini performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted againInspired by
  • item in Martin Gardner's "Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic"
Related toAlso published here
Contemporary Handkerchief Magic - Part Two 45
Karl Fulves Instanto No. 37, performer's wrists knotted with handkerchief, he turns and he's free, then knotted againAlso published here Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 110
Karl Fulves Psychic Rope Ties chapter intro Self-Working Rope Magic 130
Unknown Watch the Watch No. 65, borrowed watch appears on wrist of performer despite him being tied up Self-Working Rope Magic 138
Harry Kellar The Kellar Tie No. 68Also published here Self-Working Rope Magic 143
Robert Gysel Gysel Spirit Tie No. 66Also published here Self-Working Rope Magic 140
Unknown The Cabinet Seance spirit cabinet Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 8 33
Anna Eva Fay Anna Eva Fay's Spirit Tie spirit cabinet Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 8 39
Steve Bedwell Bracelet Wrist Tie Inspired by
  • "Dunninger's Thumb Tie" (Sixteen Thumb Tie Gems, Max Andrews)
Flexing and Twisting 14
Karl Fulves Twin Effect borrowed wrist on wrist, first letter of spectator written on t-shirt under regular shirt, arms tied in crossed condition (sprit tie), then watch is on other wrist and letter on shirt is in mirror writingRelated to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 91
Robert E. Neale The Little-Finger String Game Cat's cradle (string game) used to trap spectator's finger, but when magician's finger is trapped, can escape easily This Is Not a Book 29