180 PAGE PDF EBOOK
WILL SUIT VARIOUS PUPPETS!
52 COMPLETE ROUTINES!
A MUST HAVE FOR ALL VENTRILOQUISTS!
A COMPREHENSIVE BOOK ON VENTRILOQUIST DIALOGUES
COVERING A MASSIVE VARIETY OF TOPICS!
This book was first published in 1989 – the jokes are over 25 years old! Some humor never dies! However, you need to bear in mind that some of the jokes are dated and corny. Even if you are just searching for additional gags to use in your present routine, this book is jam-packed full of a variety of topics. The dialogues have been written in such a way that they will suit various vent dolls and personalities. Also, realize that when a comedian buys a joke book, he may only find one or two jokes that suit his/her personality. This book should be treated in the same way. If you find all the routines useable – lucky you. However, even if you just get one useable gag that enhances a current routine, this alone is worth gold!
A massive number of topics are covered! You will find something for all tastes and occasions, including: General, On Stage, Hobbies, School, More School, Famous, Sport, Family, General Cheekiness, Sick, Airplanes, School Again, The Problem, Marriage, Interview, Holidays, Mr. Entertainment, The Alphabet, Mother’s-In-Law, My Dog, Television, More Sport, More General Cheekiness, More School Again, Opera, More Family, General Again, Overseas, Even More School Again, My Other Dog, General Knowledge, Jobs, Who’s Being Clever Now? More Television, And Still… Even More School, Family, Religion, Even More General Cheekiness, Space, Driving Exam, And… Even More General Cheekiness, Sailor Boy, Hot Dog? Hamburger? Oh No! Not Even More School, Inventions, How Much Cheekier Can You Get? Modern Music, Animals, Difficult Old Dummy, Love, It Can’t Be More General Cheekiness and On Strike.
“One can never have enough dialogue for your puppet. Wolfgang has really tackled most topics and you WILL find patter here which you can use. Nicely laid out with lots of practical, tried, and tested lines. I can strongly recommend the book.”
– Charlie Smythe