Leave It to Beaver

Season 2 Episode 33

Dance Contest

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Aired Unknown May 14, 1959 on ABC
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Wally gets an invitation to attend a cotillion with Mary Ellen Rogers. At first he wants to turn down the invitation, but then decides to go anyway, despite the fact that Mary Ellen has signed them up to do the cha-cha in a dance contest.

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    Rusty Stevens

    Rusty Stevens

    Larry Mondello

    Recurring Role

    Pamela Baird

    Pamela Baird

    Mary Ellen Rogers

    Recurring Role

    Buddy Hart

    Buddy Hart

    Chester Anderson

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      • (Larry notices the record player in Beaver and Wally's room.)
        Larry
        : Hey Beaver. I didn't know you had a record machine!
        Beaver
        : Oh that's not my record machine. That's my brother's.
        Larry: Hey... you wanna do somethin' real neat?
        Beaver: What?
        Larry: Let's play a record real fast. It sounds funny!
        Beaver: Well I don't know, Larry. I'm not supposed to touch my brother's stuff.
        Larry: Aw heck, Beaver. He's out trying on shoes. He's not even here to hit ya!
        Beaver: OK, well I guess we could for a little bit.
        (They turn on the record player and set it to the fastest speed and listen for a bit and giggle at the high-pitched babbling.)
        Larry
        : Wouldn't it be neat if we could talk that way, Beaver? Nobody'd know what we were saying!
        Beaver
        : (laughs) Yeah, but we wouldn't know what we were saying either! (goes to turn it off)
        Larry
        :Yeah! Hey... let's play it slow, and see what the lady's saying!
        Beaver: OK. (they turn the record player back on)


        (They do so, and listen to the instructor on the record, teaching the cha-cha. Larry and Beaver attempt to dance along, and then some time later Wally walks in...)
        Beaver: Cha... cha? Hi, Wally!
        Wally: All right you guys, knock it off!!! (shuts off record player)
        Larry: Gee Wally, what's the matter? Me and Beaver were just doing the... choo-choo!
        Wally: Look Beaver, didn't I tell you not to tell anybody? (he attempts to remove the record, but breaks it in the process) Now look what ya did! (throws down the destroyed record)

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