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Howie Diddot
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Mark,

I was watching your advanced video the other day where you talk about the puppet personality profile; it was fully explained and I got a lot out of it. It’s a good video and I recommend it to all.

As you may remember, I purchased my first figure, Dan on a whim off of eBay, now that I fully understand the meaning of Ventriloquism I will be more thoughtful on my next purchase.

I still practice daily and video my sessions with the camera Philip, Dave, Mark and Tom made me buy…

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Dickens & Dave
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This thread is a good place to quote Shari Lewis;

".....you don't make a puppet talk. You allow a puppet to talk.
You can't make them talk a certain way........the trouble with many puppets is that their characters and voices have been forcefully superimposed on them by their owners.
It doesn't work that way."
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