Ventriloquist Central Collection Video Series – Ken Spencer Black Figure

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After posting this Ken Spencer black ventriloquist figure on the blog a few days ago, I’ve received a few emails wanting to see a video of him, so here you go.

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2 Responses to Ventriloquist Central Collection Video Series – Ken Spencer Black Figure

  1. Les Lamborn says:

    Hi Dan
    The hair on this character, intrigues me. Could it be lambs wool? When my uncle was raising sheep, the little lambs were born with black tightly curled fur, similar to what the wig looks like. Later the sheep would have long gray wool which was sheered each year for wool processing into clothing or products.
    Les

  2. Dan says:

    Les I don’t know for sure but that was my initial thought too. It is very close tight curly hair and it appears it is leather backed so maybe it was exactly that!!

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