I don't know too much about legendary ventriloquist Arthur Worsley (I'm a Paul Winchell man myself and Worsley's wikipedia entry appears to have been sabotaged by hooligans) but I really got into this 1966 spot from The Ed Sullivan Show. Worsley was unique in the ventriloquist world. Instead of the typical cornball banter that was the crux of most ventriloquist acts, Worsley's performances were completely one-sided, with Charlie the dummy dominating his master, heaping verbal abuse upon him. Not only is the sheer skill of having the dummy scream in Arthur's face impressive, but Worsley never uttering a word, resembling part Christopher Walken - part department store mannequin is as unnerving and creepy as the best scenes in Dead of Night (1945), Devil Doll (1963) or Magic (1978). A total original.