Houdini: The Life of the Great Escape Artist
"Harry Houdini never met a lock he didn't like. Handcuffs, leg irons, and thumbscrews were child's play for the world's greatest escape artist. During his stunning career he invented some of the most mind-boggling escapes of all time. Join Houdini as he attempts his most dangerous stunts and unlock the secrets of the illusionist's lasting legacy."
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