Ventriloquist Central Collection Video Series – Howie Olson’s Skinny Dugan

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Here’s a video showing Howie Olson’s Skinny Dugan ventriloquist figure that was once owned by Clinton Detweiler.

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One Response to Ventriloquist Central Collection Video Series – Howie Olson’s Skinny Dugan

  1. P. Grecian says:

    I went running to the back bedroom to look at the photo of Clinton he sent to me… I have hanging with the other vent photos. I’d hoped Skinny Dugan was the figure in the photo. It’s Skinney Wyler, according to Clinton’s note. There is something of a family resemblance, though.
    Hardly a day goes by that I don’t think about Clinton. What would we have done without him? Glad Skinny Dugan has a good home.

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