How to Become a Ventriloquist
This easy-to-follow manual, designed especially for aspiring amateur ventriloquists, offers expert advice from an internationally renowned performer. Bergen reveals the secrets of his trade, sharing helpful tips on "near" ventriloquism, the doll-dummy, hand puppets, shadowgraphs and cardboard dummies, and much more. 48 illustrations enhance this definitive guide from a master of the art.
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