Mystery Ventriloquist and His Figure

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It has been quite some time since we posted the Mystery Ventriloquist so here is one that may give you some trouble. I will give a hint……not American.

OK send me your guesses.

 

Dan
www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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6 Responses to Mystery Ventriloquist and His Figure

  1. Gary Koepke says:

    Arther Prince and Sailor Jim?

  2. Keith Suranna says:

    Coram and Jerry?

  3. Philip Grecian says:

    Looks more like Coram and Jerry than Prince and Sailor Jim (Both figures made from the same mold), but still seems not quite right. Eyebrows seem wrong. Hmmmm

  4. George Boosey says:

    A young Senor Wences

  5. Phil Nichols says:

    It does look like a young Senor Wences

  6. LeeDean says:

    A wild guess…Senor Wences brother. Felipe Moreno, with whom believe he fell out.

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