When June finds a dusty family scrapbook while cleaning, the Cleavers gather to look through it and reminisce.
When Beaver accidentally takes three of Ward's suits to the clothing drive at his school, he's awarded the "Good Citizen" award.
Beaver is thrilled about his summer plans to travel across America -- until he realizes that Gilbert plans to put the moves on the girl Beaver likes.
Ward and June are reluctant to let Wally attend an all-night party. But that's not his only problem: his date's parents don't want her to go either.
After Lumpy places cherry bombs in both of their cars, Eddie convinces Wally to retaliate. But their practical joke goes a little too far.
In the final week before junior high school graduation,Beaver sneaks a look at the diplomas and doesn't see his among them.
When Eddie's uncle gets him a summer job on a fishing boat in Alaska, he talks up the opportunity so much that Wally and Lumpy want to join him.
Peggy asks Beaver to go to the graduation dance and he accepts, only to receive another invitation from Melinda, the girl he really wanted to go with.
After Ward receives two tickets to a baseball game, he must decide which son to take.
After procrastinating with his book report on The Three Musketeers, Beaver realizes he'll never finish the book in time.
When Eddie's girl decides to knit him a sweater, she uses Wally as a model. But they're spending so much time that their friends get suspicious.
When Wally decides to go to Ward's alma mater, State College, Ward writes a letter of recommendation to his fraternity for Wally and Eddie.
Beaver is faced with a difficult choice when he learns that his Aunt Martha has offered to send him to a college prep school in New England.
Uncle Billy is in charge when June and Ward go on a trip. Realizing his uncle is more relaxed than his parents, Beaver takes advantage.
After June makes Beaver run an errand instead of letting him join Wally and Eddie, Beaver starts ignoring her and paying extra attention to Ward.
Even though Wally is disappointed that he didn't get the college scholarship he wanted, he throws a party for Lumpy, who got the scholarship instead.
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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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