Emmett Kelly Jr. - Here Comes The Circus album download
|A1||The Biggest Show On Earth|
|A2||Annettte The Little Majorette|
|A3||I've Got Two Passes To The Circus|
|A4||I Got The Brass Ring On The Merry-Go-Round|
|A5||I Love A Clown|
|A6||Emmett Kelly Jr.'s Theme Song|
|B1||Here Comes The Circus|
|B2||That's What I Dreamed Last Night|
|B3||I Want To Be A Lion Tamer|
|B4||The Giant And The Midget|
|B5||It's A Great Day At The Circus|
|B6||Emmett Kelly Jr.'s Theme Song|
Emmett Leo Kelly (December 9, 1898 – March 28, 1979) was an American circus performer, who created the memorable clown figure "Weary Willie", based on the hobos of the Depression era. Kelly was born in Kansas, the son of Irish parents both involved in the railroad business. As a child, he developed a love for the circus and cartooning. In the early 1920s, he began his career as a trapeze artist
Emmett Kelly Jr. Limited Ed. Set of 4 plates Four Seasons Weary Willy Sad Clown. Condition is New. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Emmett Kelly Jr Clown Wearing Hat At Podium Figurine Flambro. Flambro Emmett Kelly Jr Clown Donkey Porcelain Figurine Statue Ornament Figure. Kelly Jr. copied his father's style. The badge was presented to his daughter by LTC Lathan Varnado, State Adjutant. Circus Train collection. Career: It was not until 1960 (four years after his father.
Emmett Kelly, J. the world's most famous circus clown, known as the sad faced hobo who sweeps the spotlight. When one thinks of a clown, the name EMMETT KELLY, JR. automatically comes to mind. Emmett is not only the world's most famous circus clown, but a beloved classic image of Americana - truly a "Legend". Please view the rest of our site for more information regarding Emmett Kelly, Jr. You will see Emmett's biography as well as information on Emmett Kelly, Jr. merchandise, collector's clubs, free newslettrs, and other Emmett web sites. For information on how you can become a Licensee, go to Licensing Program.
NO USE CRYING" - is an Emmett Kelly J. figurine from the personal collection of his son, Joey Kelly. The figurine is a 1992 figurine, model number 9802, numbered 7495 of 7500. This figurine measures approximately 1. 5" tall. The figurine has the Styrofoam inserts, box, but not the certificate.
For Emmett Kelly Jr, clowning was a family business. His father, Emmett Kelly Sr, originally a trapeze artist, pioneered the tramp-clown formula and while Kelly Jr was being raised by his grandparents, only joining the circus for the summers, Kelly Sr established an international reputation. Kelly Jr was born at Dyersburg, Tennessee, on the closing day of the circus tour in 1923 - his mother was an acrobat who performed with her husband in the Aerial Kennys act. Until school age he toured with his parents, but saw little of them after his father became so greatly in demand as Weary Willy, the.
Emmett Kelly Jr. Days, which is held in November, includes clown school and other events. It is done to raise funds for a scholarship for a Tombstone High School graduate. Kelly continued to perform until he retired from clowning on his 81st birthday in 2004. On his last birthday he requested to retrieve his Ranger Badge. He died 16 days later. In a gold framed case, Mrs. Kelly-Knapp was presented an Arizona Ranger Patch flanked on the left by a Ranger Badge and a Ranger Belt Buckle on the right. Since he worked for the railroad, Kelly's hobbies outside of the circus included collecting model trains which later inspired him to create the Emmett Kelly Jr. He was also a race car enthusiast. After his discharge from the military, he married and raised five children.