With fans nostalgic for the simple moral lessons at the heart of "Leave it to Beaver" you can enjoy the show all over again.
Part of television's golden era, the series first aired in 1957, but really grew in popularity with later audiences when it ran
as repeats. The picture of a perfect 1950s family, the Cleavers consisted of troublemaking Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver
( Jerry Mathers ), too perfect big brother Wally ( Tony Dow ), wise dad Ward ( Hugh Beaumont ), and eager to please housewife
June ( Barbara Billingsley ). Thanks to the influence of his friend and ally in crime, Eddie Haskell ( Ken Osmond ), Beaver never
goes too long without getting into some kind of mess. But with some of his mom's home cooking and his dad's sage advice, Beaver
always sorts it out in the end.