Beaver scurries to replace his dad's driver after a swing at a golf ball results in a headless club, unaware that Ward had broken it himself earlier that morning.



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Henry Hunter ...
Mr. Sam Briggs


With a shoebox filled with stray golf balls he found over by the driving range, Gilbert convinces Beaver - against Beaver's own better judgment - to get Ward's golf clubs with which to hit the balls. On Beaver's first swing, the head of the driver breaks off. What Gilbert and Beaver don't know is that Ward actually broke the club himself earlier in the day. Not knowing this fact, Wally convinces Beaver to be up front with their father about breaking the driver. Beaver changes his mind after Ward chastises Wally about borrowing something of his without asking. Rather than endure the wrath of his father, Beaver decides to replace the broken driver, he figuring he's got one whole week until Ward goes out for his next game and figuring he can pay on installment since he doesn't have the entire amount. If Beaver can purchase the driver and sneak it into Ward's golf bag without either his mother or father finding out, what will Ward think when he sees an unbroken driver in his bag? Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family





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6 January 1962 (USA)  »

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Theodore Cleaver: [Gilbert has found some golf balls, and suggests using Ward's golf clubs to hit them around] Gee, Gilbert, if we do that, we're liable to get in trouble.
Gilbert Bates: Beaver, everything that's fun can get you in trouble. Haven't you learned that yet?
Gilbert Bates: [they find the clubs in the hall closet] Here's a neat-lookin' one.
Theodore Cleaver: That's a driver. That's the one you use to hit the ball in the sand when you start off.
Gilbert Bates: [later, golfing in the yard] We'll hit it into those bushes over there.
Theodore Cleaver: Okay. Hey, Gilbert, you're holdin' ...
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