This is one of the classic shows from the olden days.
When I say I grew-up with this show, I mean it literally.
Jerry Mathers and I are the same age. His brother that didn't age much-- I guess --was a highschool student for
WAY-more than four years... on the show.
When Jerry "Beaver Cleaver" Mathers finished the eighth grade, he just wasn't the [same] cute little kid anymore,
and the series was cancelled just like Jay North's DENNIS THE MENACE.
Rumors circulated that Jerry died in Vietnam-- he never even went, but, I made it back okay... as did "Mikey" from
those LIFE CEREAL commercials.
Really GREAT show! A show from the days when you couldn't show a man and woman on a bed together--even if they WERE
married... TWIN/seperate beds... only.
Oh! And never mind the nudity part: didn't happen.
Among other "firsts", the first time we ever saw a TOILET, on television, it was on THIS show.
Michael "Big Mac" McCluskey
--U.S.N. & U.S.A.,Retired--
+ BEAVER GETS "'SPELLED"
+ CAPTAIN JACK
+ WATER, ANYONE?
+ BEAVER'S BAD DAY
+ WALLY'S NEW SUIT
+ THE BOAT BUILDERS
+ WALLY'S PUG-NOSE
+ BEAVER'S SWEATER
+ BEAVER TAKES A BATH
+ BEAVER'S PRIZE
* TEACHER COMES TO DINNER
* BEAVER FINDS A WALLET
* BEAVER BECOMES A HERO
* MISS LANDERS' FIANCE'
* THE BIG FISH COUNT
* THE SCHOOL PICTURE
* WALLY'S CAR
* THREE BOYS AND A BURRO
* EDDIE, THE BUSINESSMAN
* FAMILY SCRAPBOOK
I'm no television scholar, nor am I all-knowing. I DO know that the price of this double-disc set is a steal!
Off the toppamyhead, I can recall what 18 of the twenty selections are from the title, alone. Seems from the
title, there's an episode--or two-- from each season!