escapology

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the study of methods of escaping (especially as a form of entertainment)

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Designed for "Triple Play" release, Escape Artist will be available in desktop (Flash), mobile (HTML5) and Spin City application (Native iOS/Android) formats.
Daniel Bauer is an internationally respected escape artist, magician and motivational speaker.
Picking up from where it left, things in "Bates Motel" season 2 episode 5 ,"The Escape Artist," will only intensify.
a hanging " He added: "I first started work in TV, writing and producing for a production company who were making a show with an American escape artist and it was terrible.
Professional escape artist Ray Breslin (Stallone) is contracted to test the security of a new jail from the inside.
The Extras star reckons she spent most of her time on her back while she was filming thriller The Escape Artist.
In Judith Katz's The Escape Artist (Bywater Books, $14.
In this illustrated biography, original artwork and archival artifacts bring the story of the world's greatest escape artist to life.
The workshops are a part of the hotel's Escape Artist vacation packages.
Pre-race favourite Escape Artist was never going as well as his low of 1.
Set during the Great Depression in 1933, it's the true story of public enemy number one, bankrobber, prison escape artist and general hard man, John Dillinger.
Fleischman, the author of the Newbery Award winner The Whipping Boy and other books for young readers, is a magician himself, and he even knew Houdini's widow, so he's the perfect author for this entertaining biography of the famous escape artist.
Houdini Periodical Bibliography is a bibliographic listing of every significant magazine, periodical, newsletter, comic book, weekly, or serial article concerning famous magician and escape artist Harry Houdini.
In the years that followed, she invited well-known painters and sculptors to come and work in the studio (see "Art Across the Curriculum: Escape Artist," Nov.
The Last Outlaw: The Life Of Pat Crowe by John Koblas is an engaging true life account of the wild west bank robber Pat Crowe, an escape artist, ex-Catholic and all around general outlaw in the early years of the 20th century.