Leave It to Beaver (1957–1963)
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Train Trip 

Traveling home from a visit to Aunt Martha, Wally and Beaver spend too much of their money on food in the train station and don't have enough left to buy their tickets.



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Episode complete credited cast:
June Cleaver
Theodore Cleaver
Aunt Martha Bronson
Train Conductor (as Joe Crehan)
George Haskell
Eddie Marr ...
Ticket Salesman
Mary Foran ...
Lady in Train Station
Ricky Allen ...
Boy in Train Station
Alan Reynolds ...
Man in Train Station


Wally and Beaver have spent four days visiting Aunt Martha in Riverside. Aunt Martha calls Ward and June from the train station telling them which train she is putting them on. Wanting to appear grown up, the boys plead with Aunt Martha to let them buy their own train tickets and to board the train themselves without her. Aunt Martha obliges their request. But after Aunt Martha leaves the train station, the boys learn the train is delayed by 45 minutes, which gives them plenty of time in the station to spend some of their money, leaving them short when it comes time to buy their train tickets. Not trusting the pay phones to call Aunt Martha or their parents and thus potentially losing what little money they have left, the boys have to find a way to make it back to Mayfield without the help of Aunt Martha or their parents. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family





Release Date:

9 April 1958 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


In the opening scene, Wally's hair is quite short. In the following scenes, it has become quite long. See more »


Ward Cleaver: Oh uh boys, by the way you'll be glad to know I'm fully recovered.
Wally Cleaver: Recovered?
Ward Cleaver: Yeah from that nasty fall I took out of the airplane. Well good night.
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