Special Books On Ventriloquism

special books ventriloquism

First and foremost for the the book written by Stanley Burns called ” Other Voices” is the bible because Stan covered just about everything imaginable concerning the art including collecting. The color plates at the back of the book are great and the content is so complete you just miss nothing.

Second on my list is the book ” I Can See You Lips Moving” written by Valentine Vox. It is in the same vein as Other Voices but does give more on the English vents. A great book non the less.

Third on my list is Kelly Asbury’s book ” Dummy Days” and that is because Kelly gives you great insight into the most famous of the vent performers from that we all know i.e. Edgar Bergen, Jimmy Nelson, Paul Winchell, Shari Lewis. Just a great treatise with some great pictures.

So if you can find these books I feel they are the must for any ventriloquist’s library.


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One Response to Special Books On Ventriloquism

  1. George Boosey says:

    An interesting aside: I purchased the British version of Valentine’s book before the American version (with a different cover) came out and I got Valentine to autograph both of them at the first Vegas convention in 1997, the year that there was no Vent Haven convention in Kentucky.

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