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    • One of Houdini's most notable non-escape stage illusions was performed at the New York Hippodrome, when he vanished a full-grown elephant from the stage.Harry Houdini-Wikipedia
    • After arriving in New York, the group performed at the New York Hippodrome, which was the largest theater in the world at the time with a capacity of 5,697.Cary Grant-Wikipedia
    • The New York Times, in a 1914 review, called a large-scale production at the 6,000-seat New York Hippodrome a "royal entertainment [that] comes up smiling".H.M.S. Pinafore-Wikipedia
    • Kellermann helped popularize the sport of synchronised swimming after her 1907 performance of the first water ballet in a glass tank at the New York Hippodrome.Annette Kellermann-Wikipedia
    • Houdini performed this escape many times, and even performed a version on stage, first at Hamerstein's Roof Garden where a 5500 USgal tank was specially built, and later at the New York Hippodrome.Harry Houdini-Wikipedia
    • Appearing at the New York Hippodrome from mid 1919 until early 1920, he was reportedly immediately a success - often styled as the "Inja Rubber Idiot" in his early US performances.Clyde Cook (actor)-Wikipedia

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