Leave It to Beaver

Family Scrapbook

Season 6, Ep 39, Aired 6/20/63
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  • Episode Description
  • While cleaning, June runs across an old family scrapbook and gathers the family together to reminisce about the past six years. The Cleavers remember scenes from previous episodes including: Beaver Gets 'Spelled, New Neighbors, My Brother's Girl, The Shave, Beaver Runs Away, Larry Hides Out, Teacher Comes to Dinner, and Wally's Election.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tony Dow

    Wally Cleaver

  • Barbara Billingsley

    June Cleaver

  • Hugh Beaumont

    Ward Cleaver

  • Jerry Mathers

    Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver

  • Joe Connelly

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Beaver: Hey Wally, let me wind it next time. The last line in the entire series.

    • June: Hey look at this Ward. Ward: What is it dear? June: It's an old family scrapbook!

    Notes (3)

    • Jerry Mathers and Barbara Billingsley were the only actors to appear in every episode.

    • Through flashbacks, Ken Osmond, Sue Randall, Rusty Stevens, Madge Blake and Pamela Baird make their final appearances in their recurring roles of Eddie Haskell, Miss Alice Landers, Larry Mondello, Mrs. Mondello and Mary Ellen Rogers, respectively.

    • All guest stars appeared only in the scenes from previous episodes.

    Trivia (2)

    • We finally found out why Theodore was nick named "Beaver". It was because when Wally was little, he couldn't say "Theodore".

    • This final episode of Leave it to Beaver goes down in television history as the first traditional TV "series finale" (by today's standards) by ending with this "clip show." No other series prior to this had a special ending episode produced (with the exception of "Howdy Doody" in 1960--but it didn't use flashbacks and was not a sitcom!), they all just simply ended with a general story line that could have come at any point in the series.

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