Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963)
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Beaver, the Model 

The Beaver disobeys Ward by returning an application sent to him by a modeling agency and finds himself in trouble when the agency demands a fee.

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June Cleaver
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Wally Cleaver
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Theodore Cleaver
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George Compton
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Beaver reads an ad in one of his magazines of a New York modeling agency requesting people to send in their photo to become a model, who can make up to $100 a day. Beaver thinks his brother is good looking enough to send in his photo, but Wally refuses. So Beaver sends in a photo of himself instead. Beaver receives a letter from the agency, the letter which his father, who can see it is a scam, tells him to ignore and to ignore any future correspondence from them. Eddie, however, convinces Beaver to send in the application anyway for his photo to appear in the agency's book of its models. The next piece of correspondence Beaver receives, as per the terms of the signed agreement, tells him that he is required to send the agency the $30 registration fee. This time, Beaver thinks the best thing to do is take his father's advice and ignore the letter. But when he receives further letters from the agency stating that the company will take legal action if it doesn't receive the $30, which ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family

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TV-G
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21 May 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Edward 'Eddie' Haskell: Hey Beaver, you gnaw down any trees today?
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