Two-Fer, Mystery Ventriloquists

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This time around we’re doing a “two-fer” in the mystery ventriloquist department.

Can you name these two mystery ventriloquists?

 

 

Dan
www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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6 Responses to Two-Fer, Mystery Ventriloquists

  1. Bob Isaacson says:

    That’s the two Berlin brothers, Walt & Greg. They published the “Vent-O-Gram”, Ventriloquist magazine around 1963, after W.S. Berger retired his magazine the “Oracle”.

  2. Curtis Jones says:

    Just a guess,
    The Berlin brothers ?

    Curtis Jones

  3. DAVE MILLER says:

    VENTS AND TWIN BROTHERS WALT AND GREG BERLIN, BOTH BROTHERS WERE A BIG PART OF VENT HISTORY. WHERE ARE THEY NOW ?

  4. Nick Pawlow says:

    The Berlin brothers at one point owned a McElroy figure.
    Where is that figure now?

  5. George Boosey says:

    The Berlin Brothers. What are they doing now? Are either of them still doing vent? Any chance that Mark Wade can get them back for the big anniversary convention? And others who have kept vent alive during the past several decades? Let’s honor Jimmy Nelson and bring back Arvitas, Dr. Vent and the others…

  6. Timothy Haggerty says:

    Anyone catch up Walter?
    I am digitizing artifacts from him when we hung out in Seattle in the late 70’s.
    I think he went by Wes Walters back then.
    He gave me a manuscript titled “How to be a better Ventriloquist”, would like to return it to him if can track him down.

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