Ken Spencer Ventriloquist Figure used by Stu Scott

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I am happy today to show you a really nice Ken Spencer figure that was used by Stu Scott at one time. He has a wonderful cheeky boy look with that signature Ken Spencer nose and his dish ears.

This figure is 38″ tall has slot jaw, side to side moving eyes and the right eye winks. I also love the lever he made for the mouth movement. Very nice and easy to use with either hand. He has his original wooden body and wooden bulbous hands. He was originally sold by Golden Gate Magic which was in San Francisco Ca. as shown by the label still on the head stick.

A great Spencer figure.

Ken Spencer Ventriloquist Figure used by Stu Scott

Dan
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2 Responses to Ken Spencer Ventriloquist Figure used by Stu Scott

  1. LeeDean says:

    My guess from the last photo modification by Stu Scott is the hole in the head shown in next to last picture maybe for a spitter or smoker, or something like that, I don’t know.

    • LeeDean says:

      I am mistaken. On further review what I thought was a “hole” appears to be a “slot” for the screw that joins two two head halves together on one side.

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