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Bertram Mills Circus Reopens

Trawler

Newsreel footage about a circus reopenning after WW2. April 1946. Background sound, but no voiceover. Features a plate spinner, an elephant barber, a wire walker, clowns and other animal acts.

09:17

7116

0

13-06-2007

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Easy Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 1) - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Easy Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 1) - Luke Renner. Yo-Yo used by Luke Renner is a MagicYoYo T5. Special thanks to MagicYoYo in Shenzhen! Features public domain footage from the Internet Archive's 35mm stock footage collection and a classic Lone Ranger serial from the 1930s. Music courtesy of Stuart and the Juice Tigers.

00:45

2929

0

08-05-2013

[2]

Finger progressiveness

lucianogondim

Finger progressiveness archive of amateur videos with propose to develop finger fitness and CJ.

00:57

749

0

14-08-2014

[1]

Flame Oz @ BJC07

JTV

Some retro Flame Oz from the archive... Early days from the guys who have taken fire performance to a new level.
flame - oz - bjc07 - jtv

03:34

5293

0

24-06-2009

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IJA Video Tutorial Contest - unnamed pattern

ŁukaszUczkiewicz

My entry for the 2016 IJA Video Tutorial contest. Thanks for Watching! Music: Chris Zabriskie - Everybody's Got Problems That Aren't Mine CC BY 4.0 http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chris_Zabriskie/Thoughtless/Chris_Zabriskie_-_Thoughtless_-_01_-_Everybodys_Got_Problems_That_Arent_Mine

02:58

767

0

01-12-2016

[1]

Joe Cook 1925

Archive

An excerpt from a Kinogram newsreel found on archive.org. Joe Cook bounces 5 balls, and juggles 5 clubs. Footage repeats in slow motion.

02:10

5935

0

13-05-2007

[2]

MagicYoYo D5 Dark Sprite - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

MagicYoYo D5 Dark Sprite Glow in the Dark Yo-Yo :15 Second Promo. Special Thanks to MagicYoYo in Shenzhen! Demonstration by Luke Renner. Music by Fayuca - (Ben's Dub) from Archive.org part of the IUMA (Internet Underground Music Archive) Collection. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico September 2013. Don't play with Fire.

00:15

1179

0

19-10-2013

[0]

Mastering the Flash -- IJA Video Tutorial Contest

BrianKoenig

This video is a tutorial esource for juggler’s interested in numbers juggling, specifically, flashing high numbers. Please leave suggestions and comments here on the video or email them to Jugglerbriankoenig@gmail.com/nJOIN THE IJA, THEY DO AMAZING STUFF! http://www.juggle.org//nARTICLES WORTH READING:/n“Boppo’s Number’s Notes” http://www.juggling.org/help/essays/boppo.html/n“32 Tips on flashing high numbers” https://web.archive.org/web/20071218170216/http://www.jugglingdb.com/compendium/skills/training umbers/flashing.html/n“The Human Limits” http://www.juggling.org/papers/limits//nPROPS:/nDrop Props – Made by my friend Sarah, they are durable, light and amazing for 8-10. I use the 2.25” underfilled bags http://www.dropprops.com//nGballz -- Gregory has always supplied me with excellent props, all have lasted many years of hard usage, well worth the cost: http://www.thegballzfactory.ashop.me/

13:04

1321

0

01-12-2016

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Peiro Brothers, Stage Show 1956

Archive

Excellent skill-comedy juggling. Live, with Devil stick, hats, & cigar boxing. Cropped, deinterlaced and aspect-corrected from the full show, which can be found at: https://archive.org/details/Stageshow31March1956

05:34

1325

0

14-09-2016

[5]

Promo98

valentinlechat

Promo video long footage archives tracks summer hibernate - 2003-2009 France-Taiwan - Japan

18:32

2212

0

18-08-2010

[2]

Standard Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 2) - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Standard Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 2) - Luke Renner. Yo-Yo used by Luke Renner is a MagicYoYo T5 and MagicYoYo N12 Shark. Special thanks to MagicYoYo in Shenzhen! Features public domain footage from the Internet Archive's 35mm stock footage collection and a classic Lone Ranger serial from the 1930s. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico April and May 2013. Music courtesy of Stuart and the Juice Tigers.

00:51

1101

0

09-05-2013

[0]

Trapeze Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 3) - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Trapeze Yo-Yo Bind (Binding Part 3) - Luke Renner. Yo-Yo used by Luke Renner is a MagicYoYo T5 and MagicYoYo N12 Shark. Special thanks to MagicYoYo in Shenzhen! Features public domain footage from the Internet Archive's 35mm stock footage collection and a classic Lone Ranger serial from the 1930s. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico April and May 2013. Music courtesy of Stuart and the Juice Tigers.

01:39

1079

0

16-05-2013

[0]

Trick With Hats: Forward Twiddle

TricksWithHats

Forward Twiddle - Twiddle the hat off the head and back on. It's got comedy potential too! Allegedly. Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head. Remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the fore fingers and thumb. Reverse the process to return the hat to the head. You can get an easy laugh by getting the return part wrong and pretending to hit yourself in the face. Jon Lockwood (of Mushy Pea Juggling fame, now working as with "Company of Fools") did lots of hat workshops at juggling conventions in the mid to late 1990's and started Mike and LP out on the hat road. This was often the first trick he taught...so it's Jon and this trick that ultimately led to the creation of this site. Thanks Jon! From the TricksWithHats archive

00:07

537

0

15-03-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Arm Roll

TricksWithHats

Arm Roll - Rolling a hat along your arm. Hold the hat in an inside grip, and from behind the head (duck a bit), release with a flick of the wrist. The brim stays in front of the arm, whilst the crown rolls along it. The easy catch is palm-upwards. The hard, snazzy catch, which extends the roll a little bit, is palm downwards; let the brim roll over the thumb, and pinch-catch the brim between thumb & forefinger. Smile. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:06

497

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04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Back Roll (One handed)

TricksWithHats

Back Roll (One handed) - Rolling the hat across your back from one side to the other. This trick is the one handed version of Back Rolls Hold the had in an Inside grip, with the thumb in a straight line with the forearm. Bend over at the waist, swing the arm across the body, and up under the armpit. Flick the wrist at the last moment to help with the spin. Look out to the side, and GRAB! Haggis' Hot Tip: If you can get the hat to bounce oll on the catching arm as it comes off of your back, this will slow things down a bit. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

554

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Back Rolls

TricksWithHats

Back Rolls - Bend forward and roll the hat across the back. Hold the hat with the crown facing backwards in an inside grip. Bend the body forward from the waist and swing the hat across the body tucking the hand into the arm pit.Let the hat roll across the back, aiming for the opposite shoulder. Turn the head to the right and watch the hat as it drops off the shoulder. Catch it in an inside grip with the left hand. If the hat is difficult to catch then you are probably throwing it too hard. Learn this trick with both hands, as it looks nice if you roll the hat back and forth across the back. From the TricksWithHats archive

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521

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04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Back tumble

TricksWithHats

Back tumble - Tumble the hat down your back and then up again. Put the hat towards the back of your head. If you throw the head back you should be able to hit the brim with the back of the neck and have it roll down the back. As the hat rolls bend forwards from the waist to slow it down. Catch it in a inside grip with both hands. Hold the hat still but move your hands so that they are at the front of the brim. Flick the hat so it rolls up the back. As you feel it on the shoulders put the head back to catch it. Getting the timing right takes a lot of practice...be warned, this trick is difficult. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

492

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Backcross to head catch

TricksWithHats

Backcross to head catch - Throw the hat behind your back, and catch it on your head. Like most throwing moves, this is a variation on the Throw to head - so it's probably a good idea to learn that first! Hold the hat in your right hand using an inside grip, spread your fingers out nice and wide as you would for a normal throw to the head. Swing your arm out to the side, so that the crown of the hat is pointing downwards. Bring your arm behind your back and release the hat so that it does a nice, high, slow spin above your left shoulder. As the hat descends, look up into it and catch it in the same way that you would for a standard throw to the head. Top Tip: The catching part is easier if you turn your head towards your left shoulder just before the catch. Oh, and obviously learn this throw from both hands... From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Backseat

TricksWithHats

Backseat - A pair of throws and catches that Mike discovered while sitting in the back of a car. Grab the side of a hat in a pinch grip, and carry it down in front of you so the crown is downwards. Flick it up so it spins 360 degrees, and catch it in another pinch grip at the back of the hat. Quickly push it up and forward, spinning the hat 180 degrees and catch in a pinch grip once again. Stick it back on your head. To perform the trick most effectively aim for one slick movement rather than two separate parts. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

557

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04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Can Opener

TricksWithHats

Can Opener - Literally flipping your lid! Reach over your shoulder and head, and hold the hat in an inverted pinch grip Flick the wrist upwards and release the hat, which will execute a perfect single spin (honest). Coat-peg catch above your head. Minus five style points if you have to look... Plus 10 points if you can catch the hat on your head blind, and without the coat-peg grip. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:09

468

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Chest spin

TricksWithHats

Chest spin - Spin the hat down the arm, across the chest and out along the other arm. Hold the hat crown down in a outside grip. Flick the wrist inwards as hard as you can so that the hat spins fast and strikes the inside of the wrist. Allow the spin of the hat to carry it across the body and along the other arm. Catch the crown as it reaches the other hand. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

589

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg

TricksWithHats

Coat Peg - Throw the hat up to an upstretched hand Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it with half a spin to the upstretched hand. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

393

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an outside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

593

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll (backhand release)

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll (backhand release) - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an inside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up out of the back of your hand onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

706

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06-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Hat Spinning - Basic Spin

TricksWithHats

Hold the hat by the brim with your left hand so that the crown of the hat is facing away from you. Take the stick in your right hand. With a flick of your wrist, throw the hat up slightly so that it starts spinning anti-clockwise. As the hat descends, hit the brim with the stick slightly to the right of center, such that the stick curves slightly upwards and outwards. This will cause the hat to spin as it rises into the air. As it descends again, repeat the hitting action. The idea of the basic spin is to keep the hat in the air by hitting it repeatedly with the stick in this manner. I find it helps if you look at the top portion of the inside of the hat. Adjusting the spin rate and direction: Hitting the hat nearer the center will give you a slower spin and more height, nearer the edge will give you a faster spin but less height. Obviously striking the left side of the brim will reverse the spin and cause the hat to go clockwise. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:05

888

0

24-01-2015

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