Any magician worth his salt can pull a rabbit out of his hat (providing he has a hat, of course), right? Seems reasonable. Especially to Mr. Popovich, the theater manager where Milo the Magnificent has a nightly act. Poor Milo hasn’t exactly been living up to his moniker lately though and Mr. Popovich has given him an ultimatum. Tomorrow night, Milo pulls a rabbit out of his hat or he’s out of a job. So Milo goes rabbit hunting, but instead of a rabbit, Milo catches a bear. And this bear has a special talent for jumping in and out of hats. How does he do it? Better let the bear tell you that. Suffice it to say that the audience loves Milo’s new trick; they can’t get enough of Milo or the bear. Before too long though, the bear has had enough of show business, he’s plum tuckered out and wants to go back to the woods for some badly needed
R & R. But what about Milo? Can he get along without the bear? Will the audiences still eat up his act? In a delightfully insane and yet perfect ending, John Agee shows us that Milo’s Hat Trick is still one for the ages.
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