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SMILEY (LESTER) BURNETTE - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: CHARLES "DURANGO" STARRETT - HFSID 311269

SMILEY BURNETTE AND CHARLES "DURANGO" STARRETT Petticoat Junction's Charley Pratt (Burnette) and the Durango Kid (Starrett) sign their names on this 5x3 card. Signed: "Charles "Durango" Starett", "Smiley Burnette", 5x3.

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Condition: fine condition
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SMILEY BURNETTE AND CHARLES "DURANGO" STARRETT
Petticoat Junction's Charley Pratt (Burnette) and the Durango Kid (Starrett) sign their names on this 5x3 card.
Signed: "Charles "Durango" Starett", "Smiley Burnette", 5x3. SMILEY BURNETTE, who played Gene Autry's sidekick, Frog Milhouse, also provided comic relief for other Western stars, including Sunset Carson and Charles "Durango Kid" Starrett. A talented musician who played over 100 instruments, Burnette wrote over 300 Western songs, some of which he sang in his films. After retiring from movies in 1953, Burnette debuted on TV in 1958, appearing as a regular on the TV series, Ranch Party. His best known TV role was as Charley Pratt (1963-1967) on the TV sitcom, Petticoat Junction. CHARLES "DURANGO" STARRETT (1903-1986, born in Athol, Massachusetts) is best known for his portrayal of "The Durango Kid" in a string of B-westerns in the 1940s and early 1950s. He spent his college years playing football for Dartmouth, and upon graduation chose acting as his profession. After a few years of stage work and vaudeville, Starrett signed with Paramount in 1930 but never found the breakthrough role he needed to be a star at the studio. In the mid-1930s, Starrett signed a long-term contract with Columbia and starred in a multitude of B westerns for the studio. But his most famous part, as the Durango Kid, was the role that both made and broke his film career. Return of the Durango Kid (1945) kicked off a series of nearly 70 Durango Kid films. But in the early 1950s, as the B-western faded into the horizon, Starrett retired from the screen. Fine condition.

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