Thrill as the world’s most underwhelming magician pulls a Baby Ruth out of his hat
The bar must have been incredibly low for birthday party magicians back in the 1940s. Either that, or the kids here were watching aliens land right behind the above trickster — your choice. Usually to razzle-dazzle an audience, an illusionist with a magic hat has to produce something alive and unlikely out of said chapeau, the standard rabbit or bird being prime examples. Not a Baby Ruth candy bar. Up next: Behold, a strand of my hair! What, is this dude Professory Hinkle, the bumbling “Busy, busy, busy!” guy from Frosty the Snowman?
If he’d managed to create spectral representations of Baby Ruth candy bars, now then we might have something.
(By the way — candy “pep” has again reared its ugly head.)