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Here’s a video showing a Rene Old Man Ventriloquist Figure. Rene’s figures today are made of neoprene with a molded head stick but back in the late 1960′s and early 1970′s he used wood for the head stick and also … Continue reading
Here’s a video showing “Fakini’s” Jack Coats Ventriloquist Figure. Fakini was a regular attendee at the Abbott’s magic gathering and it was there back in 1970 or so that he purchased this fellow. I do believe that he was actually … Continue reading
Here’s a video of a bird figure built by Brain Hamilton. The body is made of wood and cloth and has flapping wings which work independently of each other with levers. The head is also wood and paper mache and … Continue reading
Here’s a video of an elf made by Albert Alfaro of Imaginarium Galleries. Like this blog post? Buy me a coffee or send me a tip!
Here is a video of a a very rare Frank Marshall figure of a Black Man. In Frank’s 1931 catalogue he is called the Negro (politically incorrect today). Like this blog post? Buy me a coffee or send me a … Continue reading
Here’s a video showing a toy Jerry Mahoney that Paul Winchell used to produce. Like this blog post? Buy me a coffee or send me a tip!
Here is a video showing you a Frank Marshall ventriloquist figure that was used by Roy Catell. Roy Catell ” International Singing Ventriloquist” , that’s what his card says, used this Frank Marshall ventriloquist figure. Like this blog post? Buy … Continue reading
Here is a great clip of ventriloquist Nina Conti with a person from the audience using a “mask”. This is a funny video. Like this blog post? Buy me a coffee or send me a tip!
Last week I wrote about ventriloquist Jay Johnson’s “Two and Only” is going to be a feature film (if you missed the blog, click here). Now, one of Jay’s partners, Bob has done a Vlog (video log) about the upcoming … Continue reading
Here is a video of this very nice tiny Frank Marshall figure. He has slot jaw, side to side self centering eyes and right eye winks. He has the chop stick lever for the mouth but this guy has a … Continue reading
Here is a video of an English style ventriloquist figure head. Like this blog post? Buy me a coffee or send me a tip!
This is the earliest Marshall figure in my collection. He dates around 1928 and he is in pretty remarkable condition. His paint is all original as well as his crepe hair and beanie cap. Like this blog post? Buy me … Continue reading