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What was the name of the dummy belonging to ventriloquist Arthur Worsley?

Question #9322. Asked by suede.
Last updated May 17 2023.

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Arthur Worsley, Ventriloquist: Born Failsworth, 1920. At the age of eleven his bill matter was 'The World's Youngest Ventriloquist'. His dummy, Johnny Green, was the personality plus governor who spent the entire act criticising and giving instruction to Arthur, 'turn me round son!'

Jan 04 2001, 4:36 PM
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Arthur Worsley's dummy was Charlie Brown. Arthur died recently on 14th July 2001

Jul 20 2001, 10:27 AM
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Charlie Brown.

Arthur Worsley was a British ventriloquist, very big in the 60s. Ed Sullivan said he was the best in the world. He died earlier this month and his obituary appeared in the London Times on July 20th. You can read it at,,60-2001250370,00.html no longer exists

Response last updated by gtho4 on May 17 2023.
Mar 22 2003, 10:51 PM
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Charlie Brown
Incidentally, Arthur never ever spoke a word, no-one knew his voice as he even shunned interviews. Charlie spent the entire act insulting Arthur, generally considered the greatest ventriloquist of all time.

Aug 12 2007, 5:03 AM
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