The day we posted the first information about Francisco Sanz the other day, we received this information from the author of a book about Francisco Sanz. His name is Ignacio Ramos and here’s his comment:
I am a writer from Madrid (Spain) and I´m really touched reading to what you say about Francisco Sanz. I have written a biographical book on this wonderful artist (unfortunately little known, even in Spain) entitled “El mejor ventrílocuo del mundo: Paco Sanz en los teatros madrileños”. Obviously it´s in Spanish, but if you´re interested, you can find it on Google books. I also have a blog on Sanz (ventriloquistsanz.wordpress.com), in English. Four of Sanz´s figures have been restaured and exhibited in a Museum in Valencia. The rest are in hands of Sanz´s family and lie in their cases at the attic of his countryhouse. I had the opportunity to see them and is really impressive.
I know ventriloquist David Malmberg is going to show a clip of Sanz´s movie in the Vent Haven Convention, one of these days.
Greetings from Madrid
Thanks so much for sharing this information with us.
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