Mystery Ventriloquist 12-01-10

Well, I guess the last mystery ventriloquist was easy too…..of course it was the Berlin brothers.

Let’s see how I do on this mystery ventriloquist.

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Any guesses???

 

 

Dan
www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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7 Responses to Mystery Ventriloquist 12-01-10

  1. Bob Isaacson says:

    I believe that’s Daniel Remy, a French Ventriloquist ?

  2. Keith Suranna says:

    Terry Hall?

  3. Philip Grecian says:

    Definitely Daniel Remy.

  4. elvi says:

    Yes..he´s Daniel Remy a fantastic french ventriloquist

  5. Keith Suranna says:

    Yup, I now see the light. It’s Daniel Remy.

  6. Dave Showler says:

    I saw Daniel Remy lots of time on TV in the 1960’s, always did the same routine, then in 1973 I saw him do his act live, most of the continental vents used birds & animals then.
    Not sure if he was French, I seem to remember reading that he was Belgian.

  7. Fiona says:

    It’s Daniel Remy, from Switzerland. I worked with him in Denmark and in Spain. A great ventriloquist and very nice person.

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