Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963)

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Family


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The misadventures of a suburban boy, family and friends.

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  • Stephen Talbot in Leave It to Beaver (1957)
  • Barbara Billingsley and Jerry Mathers in Leave It to Beaver (1957)
  • Barbara Billingsley in Leave It to Beaver (1957)
  • Jerry Mathers and Karen Sue Trent in Leave It to Beaver (1957)
  • Madge Blake and Robert 'Rusty' Stevens in Leave It to Beaver (1957)
  • Jerry Mathers and Robert 'Rusty' Stevens in Leave It to Beaver (1957)

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Creators:

Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway

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15 June 2000 | raysond
Still the All-American Family
For years repeats of Leave It To Beaver were seen on WTBS and WGN out of Chicago during the 1980's,but it still is one of the heartwarming family shows around,and it still is to this day. Jerry Mathers' role as The Beaver was just that: a kid who always had a knack for getting into all sorts of trouble with his friends,but it was always big brother Wally(played by Tony Dow) to bail him out,and it was Ward,the Father(played by Hugh Beaumont)that gave Beaver advise on some things,most of the time giving him the business,right in front of June(played by Barbara Billingsley). The character that really gave them the business was no other than that creepy Eddie Haskell(played by Ken Osmond) who would be polite to them one minute,and getting Wally into some mischief(as Beaver) the next. The show itself,had the boys learning about morals and values and their father always giving them the opportunity to do their best and to stay straight while they kept things together. The show itself was side-splitting hilarious indeed(especially the episodes where Beaver falls into a soup bowl poster with Larry Mondello of all people,and the time where they spike Wally's birthday party with Beaver's friends Gilbert and Whitey getting him into some very serious trouble,and finally getting even with Eddie Haskell once and for all!!!)

Interesting Note about Beaver: The show was on two different networks at the time: 1st,it was on CBS for two seasons in classic black and white producing 78 episodes from October 4,1957 until June 25,1959. CBS canceled "Leave It To Beaver" in 1959,but in the fall of that year the show moved to ABC-TV where it remained for the next four seasons from October 3,1959 until June 20,1963 producing an astounding 156 episodes. A total of 234 episodes were produced,all in black and white for Revue Studios.

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