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Discussion in 'The Clown Forum' started by Hopper, Jan 14, 2008.

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  1. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    I've been watching some of Avner the Eccentric's bits lately. The guy knows how to work with his audience. I especially love his napkin bit, which is a mix of comedy and some (simple) magic tricks. But mostly about a guy stuffing a bunch of napkins in his face. I really love Avner's reactions to everything: it tells a story while being somewhat subtle.

     
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  2. Loopy

    Loopy Well-Known Member

    Wow I love these vids can one of you high speed individuals please explain how to properly link a youtube video to a post.
     
  3. Snoetje

    Snoetje Well-Known Member

  4. Loopy

    Loopy Well-Known Member

  5. Sir Toony Van Dukes

    Sir Toony Van Dukes Well-Known Member

    Just take the 8FchExBRIso part of the URL and put in the YOUTUBE brackets like Snoetje said..

     
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  6. Loopy

    Loopy Well-Known Member

    Not the best choice for a Clown vid just happy to get the vid thing down thanks guys.
     
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  7. tim

    tim Have red nose, will travel

    I'm happy to just have the links rather than the inline video, at this point. I can't view the flash attachments, anyway, on my mobile browser.
     
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  8. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    Avner the Eccentric with a great routine at Seattle's Moisture Festival.

     
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    Archie New Member

     
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  10. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    I was juggling a lot this weekend. A fellow clown commented that they wish they could juggle, and they could only do scarves. I said you can totally build a routine around just scarves, since I've seen a guy build a routing around juggling plastic bags. I was thinking of Mikhail Usov, whose routine you can see below.

     
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  11. V

    V Well-Known Member

    I didn't think Piff's set was great on AGT which is a shame since he killed that same act a few years back on Penn & Teller's 'Fool Us.' He had some serious shakes going on during his handling but what can you do since that could range from nerves to illness it's difficult to fault him.

     
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  12. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    I don't know, I thought he actually did pretty great on that AGT clip. I could tell he was nervous, too, but he didn't get any "X"'s, and he charmed every single one of the judges. Connecting with the audience goes a long way.
     
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  13. Pookie

    Pookie Well-Known Member

    Here is scarf juggling act by Bob Nelson...




    This video shows what can be done with a little imagination.
     
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  14. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    Putting this here because... Well... Homer is us.

     
  15. Loopy

    Loopy Well-Known Member

    Can't get enough of these.
     
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  16. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    This magic trick is a pretty great gag because it lets the audience in on the joke. I saw this on SyFy's Wizard Wars show, and thought it would be perfect for clowns. I just tried it on a kid s few minutes ago and it went over well.

     
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  17. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    It would be great if we could get clowns together for this sort of event.... but alas most clowns I know here are past their athletic prime.

     
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    Boogle Active Member

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  19. KageTomari

    KageTomari prolific poster....

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  20. LarryTheClown

    LarryTheClown Well-Known Member

    A sad clown sings some Leonard Cohen.

     
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