The Adventures Of Superdummy (Artist’s Records 7 70434) 1977?

 

 

You thought Little Marcy was the only dummy with a religious message? Not true! Introducing Clyde Hyde, the creation of evangelist and ventriloquist Al Lacy. Unlike his female counterpart, however, Mr. Hyde does not sing. Instead each of these discs features a lengthy offbeat skit with our man in various roles: OO-Dummy encountering the Mad Doctor; humble servant of humanity Superdummy; and straight shooting two-fisted masked rider of the plains The Lone Dummy. Complete with multiple characters, colorful voices, sound effects, and thematic music, plus a serious opening message spoken by Al over easy listening strings. The cover art alone on these home-made records is absolutely priceless. And just in case you had concerns, be assured that Clyde Hyde “is never used except in connection with the preaching of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. His sole purpose is to tenderize the hearts of his audiences and make them ready to listen to God’s Word.” So what are you waiting for? Get tenderized today! Gee, I feel like I’m a steak or something.  (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

I have not acquired this album yet.

Tracks:

Song #Song TitleTime
1-1The Bank Robbery
2-1The Haunted House

 

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