Copyright ©1999-2094 ~ Smiley Burnette Interprises ~ All Rights Reserved

"SMILEY at the CIRCUS"
                
Paint Book


Carolyn Burnette - from the Burnette Family's Private Collection

Smiley, like many other Cowboy Stars, branched into the world of different types of merchandise.  All was done to fulfill the wants of their many fans, which for Smiley had become quite a following.

The "SMILEY at the CIRCUS" Paint Book is a very rare find nowadays, and we thought you might enjoy having a look at this piece of Smiley Burnette memorabilia.  Each page can be viewed or printed.  So print your own copy, dig out the old Crayola Crayons, and don't forget to color inside the lines...

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Page 5
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Page 15
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For those of you with a fast internet connection, and would like to get a copy of the entire Paint Book, save and print the file linked below:

"Smiley at the Circus"


A Tribute To Max Harrison

Max Harrison did the artistry and graphic design for the "SMILEY at the CIRCUS" Paint Book.  Max also did many of Smiley's comic books, jacket covers, and advertising layouts.  Max and Smiley were very close friends, and in 1948, Max became part of the Road Show.  This Show consisted of Smiley, Max, Stephen (Smiley's eldest son), and at different times Tex Ritter, Gene Autry, Harmonica Bill Russell, Jay Silverheels, Clayton Moore, Eddie Dean and Rosco Ates, just to mention a few. 

Max Harrison's artistry and many talents will stay in our hearts forever.  No man can ever leave a better legacy.

      Thank you, Max.

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