(1930s) American theatrical commercial for a bicycle.
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Our Gang | George MacFarlane | 'Spanky' McFarland | George McFarland | Spanky McFarland | Spanky McFarlane | Hal Roach's Rascals | Spanky
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[on his years with the Little Rascals] "I wouldn't take a million dollars for the experience...and I wouldn't take a penny to do it again. As a kid I had everything I wanted, we had a good life but when it was over....it was over."
Spanky's famous double and triple-takes were taught to him by Stan Laurel
, while a lot of his mannerisms (rolling of eyes, hands on hips, and his trademark exasperated expression) were inspired by Oliver Hardy
. He, Laurel and Hardy were working together, but in different shorts, that were produced and directed by Hal Roach
Catchphrases: "Okey-dokey!" and its variant, "Okey-doke!". He said "Okey-dokey", much more often than "Okey-doke".