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Ernie Weckbaugh (born July 1931 in Beverly Hills, California - October 20, 2010) was a former actor and comedian who was an original cast member of the Our Gang comedies, where he played the uncredited role of "Stinkey". He later became a journalist, writing a weekly column for the Los Angeles Daily News.

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  • Ernie Weckbaugh (born July 1931 in Beverly Hills, California - October 20, 2010) was a former actor and comedian who was an original cast member of the Our Gang comedies, where he played the uncredited role of "Stinkey". He later became a journalist, writing a weekly column for the Los Angeles Daily News.
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  • Ernie Weckbaugh (born July 1931 in Beverly Hills, California - October 20, 2010) was a former actor and comedian who was an original cast member of the Our Gang comedies, where he played the uncredited role of "Stinkey". He later became a journalist, writing a weekly column for the Los Angeles Daily News.
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