Spider Web Card Illusion (Card Spider) by Owen Magic Supreme(c. 1959) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
This stage effect was invented by British magician James Orrin c. 1932. Not to be confused with the Zennia’s Card Spider gimmick for producing cards without using a back-palm c. 1905.
Effect: A card selected and returned to the pack. Meanwhile the spider web is shown and performer gives the web a spin. Suddenly a small white spot appears in the web. This spot gets larger and larger until finally it is the size of a playing card, and this is found to be the chosen card. The spider is then taken off the web with the chosen card held in the feet of the spider.
(The video is of a P&L Version of this effect, but they look very similar)
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