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General Spanky (1936) was a Family - Comedy Film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and Gordon Douglas and produced by Hal Roach.

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While Our Gang comedies may not be thought of as only appropriate for children's entertainment, we do tend to view them as a family friendly option. Whether that is actually so depends on what you watch and what kinds of conversations you want to have with your kids. If you want to see the Gang ... Read full article

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Simmons: Oh, this will be a feather, in my hat, when the general learns, in my first encounter, I was victorious.

Simmons: You little scalawag.
[Simmons sees a paintbrush, in Spanky's hand and it appears as if Spanky was about to try paint on his shoe! Therefore forcing Spanky and Buckwheat to dive off the ship, in fear of Simmons]

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The initials of R. P. W. C. R. C. W. M. R. (Spanky's Confederate Army) stands for "The Royal Protection of Women and Children, Regiment Club of the World and Mississippi River".
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Also directed by Gordon Douglas

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Also produced by Hal Roach

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Also released in 1936

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