Andy Varipapa Bowling Tricks
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[Andy Varipapa Bowling Tricks]
[Andy Varipapa (March 31, 1891 – August 25, 1984):] Source: LYBIO.net
A Pete Smith
Narrated and Produced by a Smith named Pete
BOWLING TRICKS with ANDY VARIPAPA
Screen Play by
JOE ANSEN and David BARCLAY
Director of Photography
[Narrator:] Source: LYBIO.net
The average bowler practices the prescribed form that makes for good bowling. And when he makes a strike, he’s a happy cookie. Ah! But no average bowler is Andy Varipapa, no indeed he is the champ, he is also the greatest bowling tricks of all time. Andy likes to make strikes the hard way. See what I mean.
When it comes to trick shots on bowling alleys there’s nobody like the mighty Varipapa.
An·dy·dex·trous Andy, they call him. And what’s more, he doesn’t always depend on his hands to make a shot. Sometimes Andy becomes lazy and uses a foot. From where I sit it looks like he is going to flop on this one, seems like that ball is heading for the gutter. Oh! Oh! Am I wrong? Look at the curve he’s put on that thing. Nice going Mr. Varipapa. It’s all so simple for Andy.
Four pins, four balls, four shots without a miss maybe, well, let’s see. One down, two down, three down Andy don’t miss now, so well done.
And now he’ll reverse the order of things by making his spare with the first ball and his first shot with a second ball. Confusing? Well, look. That was the second ball and this is the spare but the first ball. It’s easy. Try it sometime, when you have a lot of time.
And now some billiard technique on a bowling alley, the first ball, a slow one, takes this course. The second ball is fast and hits the first ball here. This causes the balls to carom off the gutters hitting each pin like this. Well, anyway the man says he can do it. The first ball travels as slow as a snail at another snail’s funeral. The second ball will have to smack it at exactly the right spot on the alley. Watch. Yes, sir.
Next the Varipapa Pepero in which handy Andy had some fancy foot work just to make things more complicated. Two more balls rolled by hand will cross each other’s path. Well, let’s see. That’s it. Good going guy.
Here is a neat trick, to down all five pins the ball must travel like this. Can Andy do it? Well, he will try anything. One, two, three, four and now the number seven pin – maybe. He does it and he can do it again, and again and again, well again anyway.
Here the Hero of Hempstead will knock this pin down, roll the ball between two hurricane lamps and curve over to pick-off the number seven pin, not too much clearance here either. P.S., they are his there his wife’s favorite lamps, real crystal. But then mamma Varipapa needn’t worry, papa Varipapa hasn’t popped one yet.
Now between the lamps good, mamma Varipapa is breathing easier but papa Varipapa isn’t; he is still must hit that pin and so all is peace and joy in the Varipapa family but not for long.
Look first he’ll pick-off this pin then deflect the ball of the second pin sending it between the lamps and finally, pop off the pin way over here. Well, here we go. Shhhuuuu….what a shot fella. And here as his wife closes her eyes, we’ll try it once again for the slow motion camera. And now you’ll see the ball go between those lamps, we hope. Yahoo! Misses B all is well. And there you are customers — Varipapa the perfectionist.
Now, Andy will roll two balls between these lamps, the balls will then cross paths between these lamps; then pass between these lamps and finally pick off both pins. Yep, Andy’s wife makes a hobby of collecting those crystal lamps but then they are safe as if they were in a locked cabinet, it says here. The balls go between the first lamps then they cross paths as they passed between the next lamps. Then, they clear the final set. Then one pin, and the other and there you are folks just another easy to make a living.
And now, Andy will roll a ball down the alley and smack this ball a glancing blow so that each ball will carom into a gutter without even scratching a lamp. Yup and what’s more one of the balls will come back on the alley and knock down 10 pins. Those lamps right behind that stationary ball if he doesn’t sock that ball just right, ah there will be bad news tonight for Andy. Good that is so far. There is still a strike to be made remember, a strike 10 pins that is. Do you all think he can do it? Yo! what a way to make a strike that guy never misses. Well, just to prove that he never misses and so you can see this trick shot in normal speed he will do it again. [Its not exhaust] please for mamma Varipapa.
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That night with his wife recovering at home, Andy insists on one more lamp trick to end all lamp tricks. He will roll a ball down the alley and hit this ball knocking it into the left gutter and the other ball into the right gutter without touching a lamp, mind you. Then both balls will bounce out of the gutters and meet here causing them to pick-off the two pins. Impossible? Well watch carefully. Um…he actually did it. In my last movie, featuring the Phyllis Varipapa his greatest trick shot went like this. It was a three pin, three alley shot that gave millions of bowlers goose pimples.
But now Andy is out to top that trick look at this. He will roll the ball down here and try to hit the two front pins, so they will hurdle over to pick-off these pins. Meanwhile, the ball will continue down the center alley to make a strike. Well, Andy can dream can he? A 14-pin three alley shot. Missed Andy maybe this is impossible, let’s forget the whole thing. Oh, stubborn, well Bob our movie is near the end. So this is positively your very last chance. It looks good. It is good. What bowling! What control! What time is it! I got to go. Well, good-bye now.
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