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Two magicians, Mr.Schwarzwald and Mr.Edgar, try to outdo each other in performing elaborate magic tricks, leading to a violent ending.
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The Last trick is a 1964 Czechoslovak animated short film by Jan vankmajer. It was vankmajer's first film.
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