Ventriloquist Central Figure Video Collecting Series – A Pinxy Country Bumpkin

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A Pinxy Country Bumpkin

Here is a video of a country bumpkin character made by George “Pinxy” Larson. As you can tell from the video, he looks a lot like Mortimer Snerd.

 

 

<a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=Wujf54q3PTE">http://youtube.com/watch?v=Wujf54q3PTE</a>

 

 

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Dan
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2 Responses to Ventriloquist Central Figure Video Collecting Series – A Pinxy Country Bumpkin

  1. bill smith says:

    Dan,
    Thanks. Mortimer SURELY inspired this! Its funny. Charlie was his main star, but Bergen’s “Mortimer” is copied more these days than CHARLIE! Just look at Dunham”s “Bubba”. Although I will NEVER like another bumpkin as much as good ol’ Mort! He’s king of the “hicks”!

  2. Larry Harris says:

    Dan,

    I love this figure. I have a few “Mort” Style figures as you know, but this is an amazing figure. I know that Mortimer was made in about 1936-38 or so, but I wonder when the Pinxy was made. There’s nothing like a goof for sure.

    Cheers,

    Larry Harris

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