Leave It to Beaver

Leave It to Beaver is a 1950s and 1960s family-oriented American television situation comedy about an inquisitive but often naive boy named Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver and his adventures at home, in school, and around his suburban neighborhood. The show has attained an iconic status in the United States, with the Cleavers exemplifying the idealized suburban family of the mid-twentieth century. One of the first primetime sitcom series filmed from a child's point-of-view, the show was created by Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher, two radio and early television writers, who found inspiration for the show's characters, plots, and dialogue in the lives, experiences, and conversations of their own children. Like several television dramas and sitcoms of the late fifties and early sixties (Lassie and My Three Sons, for example), Leave It to Beaver is a glimpse at middle-class, American boyhood. A typical episode features Beaver getting into some sort of trouble and facing his parents for reprimand and correction.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials April 1957 January 2005 8
Season 1 October 1957 July 1958 39
Season 2 October 1958 June 1959 39
Season 3 October 1959 June 1960 39
Season 4 October 1960 June 1961 39
Season 5 September 1961 June 1962 39
Season 6 September 1962 June 1963 39
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 October 1957 July 1958 39
Unassigned Episodes 203
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 242
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Joe Connelly 148 04/23/1957 - 06/20/1963
Bob Mosher 147 04/23/1957 - 06/20/1963
Roland MacLane 73 05/21/1958 - 05/30/1963
Dick Conway 73 05/21/1958 - 05/30/1963
Norman Tokar 70 10/04/1957 - 05/28/1960
David Butler 48 02/19/1959 - 05/30/1963
Norman Abbott 37 04/02/1960 - 12/27/1962
Hugh Beaumont 24 04/02/1959 - 06/06/1963
George Tibbles 12 10/23/1958 - 03/18/1961
Katherine Eunson 12 04/30/1959 - 06/06/1963
Dale Eunson 12 04/30/1959 - 06/06/1963
Mathilde Ferro 6 06/25/1959 - 03/14/1963
Joseph Hoffman 6 05/27/1961 - 12/20/1962
Theodore Ferro 6 06/25/1959 - 03/14/1963
Bill Manhoff 4 10/25/1957 - 04/16/1958
Earl Bellamy 3 01/17/1963 - 04/11/1963
Gene Reynolds 3 10/15/1960 - 12/24/1960
Lou Breslow 2 05/27/1961 - 12/30/1961
Kenneth A. Enochs 2 11/25/1961 - 04/11/1963
Keith Fowler 2 01/01/1959
Arthur Kober 2 10/08/1960 - 11/05/1960
Charles Haas 2 11/18/1961 - 06/13/1963
Anton Leader 2 06/17/1961 - 01/20/1962
Rick Vollaerts 2 10/18/1957 - 01/10/1958
Phil Leslie 2 11/22/1957 - 02/14/1958
Norman Paul 2 01/01/1959
John Whedon 2 06/04/1958 - 01/08/1959
Alan Lipscott 1 01/07/1961
Ed James 1 11/13/1958
Andrew McCullough 1 10/22/1960
James Neilson 1 04/02/1958
Edward J. O'Connor 1 06/25/1960
David Levinson 1 05/02/1963
Dann Cahn 1 03/11/1961
Frank Gabrielson 1 10/15/1960
Bob Fisher 1 01/07/1961
Jack Patrick 1 05/07/1958
Bretaigne Windust 1 02/20/1960
William Gargaro Jr. 1 11/29/1962
Lydia Nathan 1 11/29/1957
Jerry Hopper 1 04/23/1957
Peggy Chantler Dick 1 10/29/1960
Fran Van Hartsveldt 1 03/14/1958
Ellis Marcus 1 02/25/1961
Jeffrey Hayden 1 03/10/1962
William Cowley 1 10/29/1960
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Mel Diamond 3 12/06/1957 - 01/17/1958
Ben Gershman 3 12/06/1957 - 01/17/1958
Wilton Schiller 2 01/21/1961 - 01/10/1963
Richard Baer 2 10/30/1958 - 12/04/1958
Allan Manings 2 06/23/1962 - 06/13/1963
Fran Van Hartesveldt 1 01/31/1958
Raphael Blau 1 05/13/1961
Clifford Goldsmith 1 11/15/1957
Harry Winkler 1 04/23/1959
Elon Packard 1 04/23/1959

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