Family Scrapbook: This whole episode is comprised of reminiscing over incidents from a photo album that June has found while cleaning out the cabinet.
The Clothing Drive: In an attempt to win the 'Good Citizen Award' Beaver enlists the help of June in collecting the most items for a clothing drive.
Beaver Sees America: Wally is supposed to take a trip across the United States, but he doesn't want to leave his new crush Mary Margaret alone with Gilbert while he is gone.
The All-Night Party: Wally's class has planned an all night graduation party at the country club.
Wally's Practical Joke: As a joke, Lumpy puts smoke bombs in Eddie and Wally's car motors.
Beaver's Graduation: Beaver is looking through the packet of diplomas when he realizes his is not there.
Summer In Alaska: Eddie brags to Wally and Lumpy how he gets to spend the summer in Alaska getting paid to fish.
Beaver is invited to his graduation dance by a girl named Peggy McIntosh. After he accepts her invitation, he meets Melinda Neilson, a prettier girl who also invites him to the dance. In choosing between them, Beaver ends up dancing alone in his room.
The Poor Loser: Ward has won two tickets to a baseball game, but he doesn't know which son to take.
Gilbert convinces Beaver to do his book report on The Three Musketeers by watching the movie, and eventually Beaver gives in without realizing that the movie has very little to do with the plot of the book.
Eddie's Sweater: Eddie's girl, Cindy, is sewing a sweater for Eddie and she wants it to be a surprise.
Wally expresses an interest in joining a fraternity on campus, and Ward offers to write a letter to Alpha Kappa on behalf of Wally and Eddie. Wally worries when an older State student informs him that Alpha Kappa is one of the worst houses on campus.
Beaver's Prep School: Beaver has the opportunity to go to Fallbrook which is a prep school.
Uncle Billy's Visit: Uncle Billy comes to watch the kids for June and Ward.
The Silent Treatment: Beaver is asked by June to go to the store for her before he goes and plays with his friends.
Lumpy's Scholarship: Wally decides to throw Lumpy a party in honor of his acceptance and scholarship to State University.
Leave It To Beaver starring Cameron Finley, Christopher McDonald, Janine Turner
Leave It To Beaver clip - starring Jerry Mathers, Barbara Billingsley, Hugh Beaumont, Tony Dow.
Creators Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher present the sidesplitting misadventures of "Beaver" Cleaver and his brother Wally as they grow up with their friends in the suburbs, learning each and every moral lesson their parents can pass on along the way.
The last of six memorable seasons of Leave it to Beaver is available in this pristine collection of 39 episodes. Now you can see, as you've never seen before, what made Leave It To Beaver an instant American classic!
For six seasons, Leave It To Beaver gave audiences a hilarious look at the All-American family. Now you can see all 39 episodes of the classic's fourth season, completely restored and remastered from amazing high-definition transfers!
From creators Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher come the comedic tales of young Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver and his priceless experiences on Pine Street. Join Beaver and others as they learn the meaning of childhood, and the value of family through it all.
The Cleavers are back with a new 90's kind of look but underneath it all ... they're still all American. The Beav has his eye on a swell bike, which he can't afford by himself. To get it, he tries to impress his father by trying out for the school football team.
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