Friday, November 30, 2012

Jingle Bell Prediction Magic Trick: Clown Antics

Sale Price : $8.00

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A simple but effective prediction for holiday kid-shows. Ask the audience to call out their favorite Christmas song. You remove a prediction card from the envelope, and you have correctly guessed their choice! "You don't think I could do that again?" you ask. "Name another song!" A spectator calls out a different song, and when you turn the card over, you're right again, but this time it's a comedy prediction which gets a good laugh!

Thursday, November 29, 2012

10% Off: of Xmas Products:

Xmas magic & Santa, Santa on a stick, Mrs. Jingle Bell Prediction Magic Trick, Claus wigs and lots more. Get’s here incredible ideas for holiday fun with celebration at this Christmas season.


Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Graftobian Clown Makeup Kits - Whiteface

Sale Price : $17.00

Graftobian Clown Makeup Kits - Whiteface

Price : $17.00
Product ID : M1890
Graftobian complete clown makeup kit includes everything you need to become a clown! Perfect for teaching or when you're on the go. These kits are packed with value! Clown Kit includes: full and helpful instructions, 1/2 oz. Clown White, 1/8 oz. each of Black, Red, Blue and Yellow Creme Based Make-Up, 1/4 oz. Translucent Setting Powder, powder puff, Black pencil, makeup brush, 3 foam wedges and a 1.5 inch Red Goshman Foam Clown Nose as a finishing touch.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Clown Ties With Collar: Clown Supplies

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Clown Ties With Collar

Price : $9.00
Product ID : C1096
One-piece polka-dot clown tie and collar. Collar is approximately 2 3/4 inches tall and 22 inches in diameter with Velco neck adjustment. Tie is about 12 1/2 inches long.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Aqualon Brushes - #5 Round: Clown Makeups

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Aqualon Brushes - #5 Round

Price : $6.00
Product ID : K117105
Aqualon Round #5 Face Painting Brush #R2250-5 serves well as a medium brush. A Royal Aqualon brush is made of synthetic filament, nickel-plated brass ferrule, and a clear acrylic handle. Aqualon brushes are admired for their fine points, sharp edges, outstanding spring and exceptional durability. The number of the face painting supplies brush follows this rule: the higher the number, the bigger or wider the face paint brush. The Aqualon Round #5 Brush is perfect for face painting over the eyes and lips.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Fingerless Gloves for the Tramp Clown

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Price : $10.00
Product ID : A1076
Large sized, fingerless wool gloves for a tramp clown, available in black.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Rhinestone Smiley Clown Pins

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Rhinestone Smiley Pins:

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Gold toned pin accented with rhinestones. Approximately 3.5 inches tall.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Jumbo 50'S Glasses - Pink: Clown Glasses

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Jumbo 50'S Glasses - Pink
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Flash back to the 50s in a big way with these 9.75 inch (25 cm) wide glasses. Cat eye style black frames with genuine rhinestones and clear lenses. Fits kids and adults snugly. A guaranteed hit at sock hops, drive-in movies and soda shops. By Elope.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Giant Cartoon Hands: Clown Gloves

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Elbow Length Nylon Gloves

Price : $13.00
Product ID : A1050
High quality, 15.5 inch long clown gloves reach nearly to the elbow. Available in white.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Clown Frown Pins

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Clown Frown Pins
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Cute acrylic tramp frown clown pins.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Obedient Ball Magic Trick - Clown Supplies

Sale Price : $1.50

Price : $1.50
Product ID : G1384
A brightly colored ball on a string that you hold up in front of your audience, allowing the ball to fall down along the string until you say "STOP". Movement of the ball down the string can be started and stopped on your command. A more economical version of the Jumbo Cubio Trick .

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Paradise Prisma Rainbow Face Paints: Rainbow Cakes

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Price : $13.50
Product ID : F12672
The Mehron Paradise Twist Prisma BlendSet Rainbow cakes are strips of the vibrant, semi-soft Paradise makeup. These are water based striped cakes that need just a little moisture from a sponge or brush to begin.

The brilliant, multi-color Prisma Blend split cake was designed by the Canadian face and body artist Jinny - Makeup Artiste or Genevieve Houle specifically for Paradise. Each Prisma Cake has a large surface area with equal amounts of each color so they can be applied with a sponge or large brush.

Paradise Face Paints are moist and semi-soft cakes; the colors are vibrant dry quickly with minimal smearing, yet are easy to blend and wash off. Paradise AQ Makeup includes aloe and chamomile and the enriching emollients glycerin, avocado oil and cocoa butter, making them especially safe and gentle on skin, Paradise AQ Makeup has a richer more color-saturated coverage than ordinary makeup yet it's water-soluble for easy application and clean up. Just use soap and water.

The Prisma Twist BlendSet includes Purple, Light Blue, Dark Pink, Yellow and White and comes in a 1.75 ounce (50 gram) size.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

3 Silly Things to do with a Rubber Chicken

What do I do with my rubber chicken now that I bought it? What don’t you do is more like it!

Rubber ChickenCertainly a standard for the clown and prop comic alike, an item that has truly stood the test of time in the so bad it’s funny realm. The rubber chicken prop is a must have if you are in the clown business, the possibilities are on going; especially when a couple of clowns put there heads together. When discussing this topic with one of my clown friends, we probably came up with 20 ideas in about two minutes, so here are just a few...

The Spring Chicken:

Take a spring that is about 1 ½ to 2 inches in diameter, (a small plastic slinky works well) and slide it over the legs of the rubber chicken to make your spring chicken.

Gag: “ When I was young clown I used to do all kinds of stunts in the circus; High dive acts, unicycle riding on the tight rope, stilt walking while juggling live armadillos, course I can’t do that anymore, I’m no spring chicken you know.”

The Chicken Club Sandwich:Chicken Club Sandwich

Ingredients: 2 giant foam bread slices, 1 juggling club, 1 rubber chicken.

While unpacking your sack lunch of items like a giant Oreo cookie or a large foam banana, you bring out the 2 slices of bread, juggling club and then the rubber chicken. Tell your audience that you are making your favorite lunch - a chicken club sandwich!

An alternative to this is the tuna sandwich. Have a large tuna can that has already been cleaned out, remove the label and make a new one that just says "TUNA" on it, and fold your rubber chicken inside the can. Bring out the tuna can and ask the audience if they know what kind of tuna you use, then pull the rubber chicken from the can and say “Chicken of the Sea, of course!”
Thanks to Soomi

Oh Waiter!

As always when performing, make sure you know your audience, as this next gag is done in a real setting.

While dining out with friends and you have ordered any chicken dish, try this one out, after making sure your waiter or waitress is good humored...

Have your rubber chicken hidden from view, after the meal has been served call the server back over and hold up your rubber chicken asking if it looks a little undercooked to them. I have done this on more than one occasion and it usually gets a laugh, make sure however you do tip the server well for putting up with your antics!

Rubber Chickens: The Early Days
Stan at the Chicken Factory

  Although the true origin of the rubber chicken has been greatly disputed by experts - stories range from botched taxidermy projects to the Great Houdini himself discovering them while on sabbatical in the Orient - one fact is true; comedy would not be the same with out them.

Early production of rubber chickens had to be done completely outdoors due to the fact the chemicals being used were so volatile. After the molds of the chicken were poured and then began to cure, the floppy rubber product was hung on a line for drying. Vaudevillians later used this process to describe an act that flopped as being “Hung Out to Dry.”
Pictured: A young Stan Wolnic seen working the rubber chicken process for the Hackensack Novelty Co.