Aerialist Philippe Petit, best known for his unauthorized 19

UNITED STATES - JULY 10: Aerialist Philippe Petit, best known for his unauthorized 1974 walk between the twin towers of the World Trade Center, dazzled a crowd of about 2,500 lunch-hour spectators today as he walked a 200-foot-long wire strung between the New York State Theater and Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. He paused at one point to sit 80 feet above the ground and pour himself a glass of bubbly and to toast the crowd. The daredevil's exhibition was performed as part of the France Salutes New York Festival. (Photo by Dan Farrell/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - JULY 10: Aerialist Philippe Petit, best known for his unauthorized 1974 walk between the twin towers of the World Trade Center, dazzled a crowd of about 2,500 lunch-hour spectators today as he walked a 200-foot-long wire strung between the New York State Theater and Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. He paused at one point to sit 80 feet above the ground and pour himself a glass of bubbly and to toast the crowd. The daredevil's exhibition was performed as part of the France Salutes New York Festival. (Photo by Dan Farrell/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
Aerialist Philippe Petit, best known for his unauthorized 19
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