Leave It to Beaver

Leave It to Beaver

Season Three

DVD - 2010
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The third season of the tale of young Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver and his brother Wally and their friends as they learn the meaning of childhood, growing up and the value of family through it all.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shout Factory, [2010]
ISBN: 9781603993876
Branch Call Number: TV LEA
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (ca. 17 hr.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in


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Mar 10, 2018

The squeaky clean suburban lives of America's idealized family of the 1950s.

May 19, 2015

I have now seen all 6 seasons of the Leave It To Beaver TV series and, by far, I have found Season 3 (which ran from 1959-1960) to be one of the best seasons in the entire series.

At this point Wally Cleaver (at 14) was now a full-fledged teenager (but still no rebel) and his brother, Theodore (aka. "Beaver"), was still very much an inquisitive child at 9.

Even though it never made much sense to me why Wally & Beaver continued to share a bedroom together, I still found the overall innocence and unpretentious nature of the show to be reasonably entertaining, for the most part.

Filmed in b&w - This 6-disc set contains all 39, half-hour episodes of Leave It To Beaver from Season 3.

Yes. This vintage TV program certainly had its fair share of plot-holes, flaws and absurdities, but, in the long run, its general appeal and contemporary relevance holds up to some degree today, nearly 60 years later.

It's hard to believe that Tony Dow (Wally) is now 70 years old and Jerry Mathers (Beaver) is 67. Hugh Beaumont (Ward) died in 1982 and Barbara Billingsley (June) died in 2010.

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