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16th Jun '16 9:02:09 PM aishwarya
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* ''Film/DeadOfNight'' features a schizophrenic ventriloquist who ends up in the madhouse.

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* ''Film/DeadOfNight'' features a schizophrenic ventriloquist with a SplitPersonality (played by Creator/MichaelRedgrave) who ends up in the madhouse.
18th Mar '16 2:14:49 PM WillKeaton
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** Chuck was never seen with Bob ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKRFmpWLTwg except when people separated them]]), they wore the same outfits and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwDbd4jQpkA many of the characters forget that Bob isn't real]].

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** Chuck was never seen with Bob Bob, ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKRFmpWLTwg except when people separated them]]), them,]]) they wore the same outfits and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwDbd4jQpkA many of the characters forget that Bob isn't real]].real.]]
18th Mar '16 2:13:55 PM WillKeaton
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* ''[[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077889/ Magic]]''.

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* ''[[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077889/ Magic]]''.Magic.]]''
2nd Feb '16 3:40:45 AM Eggy0
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* The episode "Ventriloquist Barney" of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones The Flintstones]]'' has Barney using his newfound ventriloquism skills to make Fred think Pebbles can talk. [[BerserkButton And he doesn't take the joke very well.]]
1st Jan '16 11:00:47 PM nombretomado
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* Burt's son Chuck & Bob Campbell (played by Jay Johnson) in ''{{Soap}}'' was a ventriloquist. In the same series the character Bert attempts ventriloquism when he tries to convince people he has been turned invisible by aliens.

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* Burt's son Chuck & Bob Campbell (played by Jay Johnson) in ''{{Soap}}'' ''Series/{{Soap}}'' was a ventriloquist. In the same series the character Bert attempts ventriloquism when he tries to convince people he has been turned invisible by aliens.
12th Dec '15 4:37:02 PM Mitis
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/ThisBites'': The basis of the [[Manga/OnePiece Noise-Noise Fruit]]; it enables the user to emit any sound that they heard, forward or reversed, at any volume, anywhere within range of the user's senses. Soundbite had a naturally extended range of a quarter mile already due to being a Transponder Snail, but once he's fitted with a standard rig for a Transponder Snail, that already impressive range at least quadruples.
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28th Nov '15 4:20:32 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* On ''Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} Volume 46'' New York Knockout used ventriloquism to make it sound like [=LuFisto=]'s "manager" [[CompanionCube Peegaboo]] hated her client.[[/folder]]
26th Nov '15 9:24:45 AM LongTallShorty64
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*John Carson, from the film ''Film/TheMiracleWoman'' uses his dummy to voice his feelings about Florence Fallon. It's fairly [[{{Adorkable}} nerdy]] and cringe-worthy, but it still comes off as sweet.
24th Sep '15 8:44:42 PM Agent333
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* In ''Literature/TheHobbit'' [[WizardClassic Gandalf]] throws his voice to keep the trolls arguing until daybreak.
4th Aug '15 5:13:17 PM merotoker
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* In ''Anime/SetoNoHanayome'', Lunar tries to put on a ventriloquist act for her class. But since she doesn't have time to practice, she has Maki hide inside the puppet. Naturally, Lunar and Maki get into a fight during the performance, to rave reviews.

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* In ''Anime/SetoNoHanayome'', ''Manga/MyBrideIsAMermaid'', Lunar tries to put on a ventriloquist act for her class. But since she doesn't have time to practice, she has Maki hide inside the puppet. Naturally, Lunar and Maki get into a fight during the performance, to rave reviews.



* {{Superman}} notoriously had super-ventriloquism as one of his powers.

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* {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} notoriously had super-ventriloquism as one of his powers.



--> Blonde: "I've got enough of these insults! Blonde women like me aren't like that! That's just a stupid cliche, and you're simply an asshole!"
--> Ventriloquist: "I'm very sorry lady, I didn't want to insult you, and let me assure you, I have nothing at all aginst blondes, and of course I know that blondes in RealLife aren't dumb like that -"
--> DumbBlonde: "I'm not talking with you, I'm talking with that little dirtbag sitting on your lap!"

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--> Blonde: '''Blonde''': "I've got enough of these insults! Blonde women like me aren't like that! That's just a stupid cliche, and you're simply an asshole!"
--> Ventriloquist: '''Ventriloquist''': "I'm very sorry lady, I didn't want to insult you, and let me assure you, I have nothing at all aginst blondes, and of course I know that blondes in RealLife aren't dumb like that -"
--> DumbBlonde: '''DumbBlonde''': "I'm not talking with you, I'm talking with that little dirtbag sitting on your lap!"



* ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'': The kids in the "Night of the Living Dummy" series take up ventriloquism as a hobby. Then they find out the dummy is talking on its own…



* ''Educating Archie'' with Peter Brough and Archie Andrews ([[Franchise/ArchieComics no relation]]) was the UK equivalent.
** Of course, the main thing about ventriloquism is that the vent's lips don't appear to move when the dummy is supposed to be talking. Peter Brough's years on radio meant that he'd forgotten that, and when the show moved to TV ...

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* ''Educating Archie'' with Peter Brough and Archie Andrews ([[Franchise/ArchieComics no relation]]) was the UK equivalent.
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equivalent. Of course, the main thing about ventriloquism is that the vent's lips don't appear to move when the dummy is supposed to be talking. Peter Brough's years on radio meant that he'd forgotten that, and when the show moved to TV ...



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