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Leave It to Beaver

Leave It to Beaver





Episode Info

Prev: 6x39 -- Family Scrapbook (Jun/20/1963)


While cleaning, June runs across an old family scrapbook and gathers the family together to reminisce about the past six years.


Cast
Barbara BillingsleyBarbara Billingsley
As June Cleaver
Hugh BeaumontHugh Beaumont
As Ward Cleaver
Hugh BeaumontHugh Beaumont
As Ward Cleaver
Tony Dow (1)Tony Dow (1)
As Wallace "Wally" Cleaver
Tony Dow (1)Tony Dow (1)
As Wallace "Wally" Cleaver
Jerry MathersJerry Mathers
As Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver
Jerry MathersJerry Mathers
As Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver

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Recaps
recap: The boys want to get a job to buy a new bicycle. They get a job working for Old Man Merkle delivering newspapers. As time goes by the boys both have other things interupting their job. But they paper must be delivered, so one day when Wally and Beaver were away, June and Ward discover a batch of undelivered newspapers in the garage and unwillingly deliver them for the boys. After a bunch of complaints from the confused customers, the boys are fired. They explain to their parents how someone had delivered the old papers they were to return to the Currior. Ward and June now know it was they who made the mistake and try to make it up by getting them back their jobs. After getting another chance the boys decide they would rather have their weekends off... read more.

1x16: Lumpy Rutherford recap: Beaver and Wally have been late to school every day because Lumpy Rutherford terrorizes them. Ward tells the boys how he once built a "bully trap" which shamed his bully into leaving him alone. The boys do the same thing to Lumpy, only he isn't the one who learns his lesson, Lumpy's father is the one who gets hurt. Both the boys and Ward appologize to Mr. Rutherford... read more.

1x15: Party Invitation recap: Beaver is the only boy invited to Linda Dennison's birthday party, and he really doesn't want to go. His parents make him go not knowing this fact. After they drop him off Wally tells them why he was reluctant to attend. After Linda's father notices Beaver is not having any fun, he invites him to look at his gun colletion. Beaver comes home from the party and says that he had a good time, much to everyones surprise... read more.

recap: Beaver scores one of the highest grades on an intelligence test that his class takes. A proud Ward brags about Beaver's score to his golfing buddy, a braggart who always has something to say about his own kids. Beaver's parents consider sending him away to a private boarding school until Charles Fredericks confesses that he switched papers in order to fit in because he was new at school... read more.

1x13: Voodoo Magic recap: Against their parents' orders, Wally and Beaver decide to go to a double feature called Voodoo Magic, with Eddie's convincing. Beaver leaves his cap behind at the theater and course they do get caught and punished once the theater calls them up to tell them of the found hat. So an angry Beaver decides he will place a voodoo curse on Eddie. After hearing Eddie was sick in bed, Beaver is sure he is to blame. Although Eddie was faking, once he hears of Beaver's curse he then really does feel sick... read more.
Crew

Creator: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher
Executive Producer: Harry Ackerman
Producer: Bob Mosher, Joe Connelly
Associate Producer: Dan Nathan
Music Supervisor: Stanley Wilson, Joseph E. Romero, Frederick Herbert, Frank Morriss
Hairstylist: Florence Bush

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Recurring Guests

Rusty Stevens as Larry Mondello (34 eps)
Tiger Fafara as Tooey Brown (33 eps)
Buddy Hart as Chester Anderson (27 eps)
Doris Packer as Mrs. Rayburn (24 eps)
Ken Osmond as Edward "Eddie" Haskell (21 eps)
Karen Sue Trent as Cowgirl (21 eps)
Jeri Weil as Judy Hensler (20 eps)
Burt Mustin as Gus the Fireman (18 eps)
Stanley Fafara as Hubert "Whitey" Whitney (18 eps)
Madge Blake as Margaret Mondello (17 eps)

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Network: ABC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Comedy
Status: Ended
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 04, 1957
Ended: June 20, 1963
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