Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 04, 1957
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network
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Leave It to Beaver

Parents Ward and June, and older brother Wally, try to keep Theodore ('the Beaver') out of trouble. However, Beaver continues to end up in one kind of jam or another. These situations are easily resolved to the satisfaction of all involved and the Beaver gets off with a few stern moralistic words. Instigator and troublemaker Eddie Haskell is an older kid who always manages to avoid being caught.

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06x39 Family Scrapbook Aired: Jun. 20, 1963

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

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 6 seasons and 234 episodes air between 1957 and 1963.

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  • In the first two seasons of this show, it seemed that everyone in Mayfield, including the Cleavers, drove a product of the Ford Motor Company. Beginning in Season 3, apparently everyone went…
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    In the first two seasons of this show, it seemed that everyone in Mayfield, including the Cleavers, drove a product of the Ford Motor Company. Beginning in Season 3, apparently everyone went out and bought a new Chrysler Corporation automobile.
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  • Richard Deacon's appearances as pompous Fred Rutherford diminished in the last season as he was also portraying Mel Cooley on the The Dick Van Dyke Show at the same time.
  • Eddie Haskell was the King of Cool, or at least he tried to project that image. In addition to calling everyone by random names (noted elsewhere on this Trivia page), he would often break…
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    Eddie Haskell was the King of Cool, or at least he tried to project that image. In addition to calling everyone by random names (noted elsewhere on this Trivia page), he would often break into jazzy song quotes. One of his favorites was "C'est si bon" (composed in 1947 by Henri Betti with the lyrics by André Hornez, and "covered" by literally scores of singers during the 1950s and 1960s). In two episodes of Season 3 ("Leave It to Beaver" (1957) {The Hypnotist (#3.24)} and "Leave It to Beaver" (1957) {Wally's Play (#3.37)}) he is heard singing, "Baby won't you please come home/Your lovin' daddy's all alone". The words are from a song written in 1919 by Charles Garfield (with the possible assistance of Clarence Williams). Eddie may be "quoting" either the Frank Sinatra (1957) version or the Ricky Nelson recording (1960) of the song.
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