Mystery Ventriloquist from 1939

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We’re having fun with the “mystery ventriloquist” so I thought we’d try another one. This picture is from 1939, can you guess the ventriloquist and the maker or makers of his ventriloquist figures?

 

Dan
www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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9 Responses to Mystery Ventriloquist from 1939

  1. bill smith says:

    Not sure, but it looks quite a bit like a young Jay Marshall. ???

  2. Bob Isaacson says:

    I’m pretty sure the Vent is a young Jay Marshall; but not sure about the figures. The photo is rather faint, so hard to see any details of the figures. I’ll guess and say Pinxy figures.

  3. LeeDean says:

    Jay Marshall, no idea on figures

  4. LeeDean says:

    …Except to say they’re not “Lefty” but couldn’t tell you who made it either.

  5. Mike Palma says:

    Jay marshall and the dummy to the left looks like a Mack and the one to the right looks like a marshall, at least his hand!

  6. Ony Carcamo says:

    Yeah, the left figure can be a Mack…

  7. Wanlu says:

    The ventriloquist is Bill DeMar, the figures are Gilmer and Selberg :)

    That’s my answer and I’m sticking to it… :)

    Seriously: It does look like a very young Jay Marshall…and the figures are most probably Mack and Marshall.

  8. Jay Marshall with an early Marshall figure on the left and a Pinxy on the right. So technically this is a pic of a Pinxy and TWO Marshall figures……

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