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1escapista masculine, feminine
- ‘Our clients will be able to enjoy comedy, magicians, contortionists, escapologists and music,’ he said.
- Houdini was a publicity-wise escapologist and illusionist who made his name and a good deal of money in America.
- Illusionist and escapologist Shahid Malik broke free from a straitjacket while suspended upside down from a burning rope.
- Fire-eaters, escapologists and stilt walkers will all be on hand to provide entertainment.
- Huge parades, athletics stars, circus acts, escapologists, food stalls, quick-fire raffles, musicians, and wood choppers were some of the attractions that helped the event back up its bold branding.
- American escapologist Robert Gallup gave a preview performance of his skills to local media last Friday.
- On graduation, he worked as a publican's assistant, a police frogman and an escapologist.
- The escapologist will put up a thousand good reasons to get into a regulation canvas straitjacket and escape within 90 seconds.
- Harry Houdini was such a great escapologist that even his friends, such as Arthur Conan Doyle, believed he must have had supernatural help.
- The eldest son reinvents himself as Harry, after Harry Houdini, the famous escapologist, whose feats are recorded in a book he finds.
- At the age of 17 he met the great escapologist Harry Houdini.
- Now a new film based on the life of Harry Houdini is set to tell the fictional tale of how the escapologist fell in love with an Edinburgh woman.
- Harry Houdini is known as the world's greatest escapologist, but he fostered a reputation for invulnerability that proved to be fatal.
- A further highlight will be escapologist, Paul Sanderson, dangling from a crane in a strait-jacket.
- Among the myths exposed along the way is the idea that Houdini, great escapologist though he was, could do magic.
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