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Ventriloquist Dummy by Alan Semok Unboxed

July 23, 2018

This is a gorgeous ventriloquist figure made by “The Dummy Doctor” Alan Semok. Alan has been making figures for over 50 years. His projects have included work for: the late PAUL WINCHELL (American ventriloquism giant), ROY CLARK (country music great), KEVIN SPACEY and ADRIEN BRODY (academy award winners), the estate of the late KEN KESEY […]

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Jimmy Vee Unboxes A Salty Ventriloquist Dummy Part #1

January 26, 2019

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Jimmy Vee Unboxes A Ventriloquist Dummy Oddity On The Dummy Blog — Part One

September 1, 2017

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Jimmy Vee Unboxes A Ventriloquist Dummy Oddity On The Dummy Blog — Part Two

September 1, 2017

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Doc Dougherty’s Foy Brown Figure

November 4, 2015

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Robert McRay, Chance Wolf and Jimmy Vee Collaborate On An Amazing Ventriloquist Dummy Part #1

March 12, 2019

Robert McRay’s BigHEAD ventriloquist figures have been a favorite of mine for years. I love his cartoony style and attention to detail. He really knows how to make a character jump of the stand with his sculptures. Chance Wolf knows how to paint and mechanize a ventriloquist dummy in a way that makes it come […]

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Andy Gross Collection (Part 4)

October 20, 2015

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Favorite Figure: Jim Barber — Vent Haven Museum

July 18, 2016

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Jimmy Vee Shows Off Skid Row Joe

December 9, 2015

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Otto with Copperfield

November 10, 2015

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Vent Central Series: Bob Isaacson’s Mr Crabbe Figure

October 18, 2015

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Favorite Figure: Mark Wade — Vent Haven Museum

October 29, 2015

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Jimmy Vee Unboxes A Vent Figure Owned By Johnny Main

July 11, 2017

A Special Ventriloquist Figure Comes To The Dummy Blog Hey everybody it’s me Jimmy Vee coming at you from TheDummyBlog.com here in Orlando, Florida. Dummy Blog Studios is bringing you another ventriloquist dummy unboxing and we’re going to show you what’s inside this box. This guy has on a nice vintage tuxedo and check out the hands. You might […]

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Jimmy Vee Shows Off Justin

November 21, 2015

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Jimmy Vee Unboxes Historic Ventriloquist Dummy Made By Frank Marshall

July 31, 2017

Did you know THIS famous ventriloquist dummy had a brother? I’m really excited to unbox and show you guys an amazing, historic ventriloquist figure made by the legendary figure maker Frank Marshall. The fact that it’s a Frank Marshall figure makes it special but this figure is even more spectacular and historic than just that. […]

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Favorite Figure: Alan Semok — Vent Haven Museum

October 30, 2015

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I Unbox A Dummy That Makes An Offer You Can’t Refuse

December 20, 2021

This is a very special figure. It’s a one-of-kind, wood carved rarity by Robert McRay. This figure was built by Robert in the early part of the his figure making journey. Only a handful of Robert’s figures were wood carved. He was experimenting with figure making and a new medium wood. He is a sculptor […]

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Doodles Baughman Talk About Malarky

January 28, 2019

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Mind Control Ventriloquist Dummy Unboxed

June 15, 2020

An awesome vent figure collaboration between Alex Howell, Brant Gilmer, Austin Phillips, and myself. This ventriloquist dummy is loaded with cool animations Moving eye and eyebrows, mouth, upper lip sneer, and hypnotic spinning and light-up eye. Alex’s designs and art were just sensational. He really captured the 50s-60s cartoon villain vibe in the style of […]

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40 Year Old Alan Semok Ventriloquist Dummy Unboxed

December 18, 2021

Alan Semok was an amazing guy and a good friend. He was known in the ventriloquist community as The Dummy Doctor. He build puppets and dummies for Film and Television. He even built the dummy Adrian Brody used in the film “Dummy.” He also repaired and restored figures in his workshop. For a short time […]

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