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Marcel Marceau's White Gloves
Mime gloves

Origin

Marcel Marceau

Type

White Gloves

Effects

Lets the user create invisible constructs

Downsides

Prevents speaking

Activation

Wearing while moving

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Thalia-171J

Aisle

708619-2042

Shelf

538486-5396-100

Date of Collection

October 4, 2007

[Source]


OriginEdit

Marcel Marceau was a French actor and mime most famous for his stage persona as "Bip the Clown". He referred to mime as the "art of silence", and he performed professionally worldwide for over 60 years. As a youth, he lived in hiding and worked with the French Resistance during most of World War II, giving his first major performance to 3000 troops after the liberation of Paris in August 1944.

In 1959 he established his own pantomime school in Paris, and subsequently set up the Marceau Foundation to promote the art in the U.S. He was friends with Michael Jackson for nearly 20 years, and Jackson said he would use some of Marceau's techniques in his own dance steps.

EffectsEdit

The user can create invisible constructs of any object they can imagine, possessing the same physical properties as the model. Well, except for color. Only the creator can accurately sense where each object is, similar to electrical field perception in some animals. User must constantly move to keep the constructs tangible, otherwise they will slowly dissipate.

Dancing appears to have the longest lasting time period over any other motion. Also strikes the wearer with pressure upon the throat, neutralizing their vocal cords and rendering them mute.

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