Leave It to Beaver: Season 6, Episode 39

Family Scrapbook (20 Jun. 1963)

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The Cleavers reminisce when June finds a family photo album while cleaning out the cupboard.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Eddie Haskell (archive footage)
Sue Randall ...
Miss Alice Landers (archive footage)
Madge Blake ...
Mrs. Margaret Mondello (archive footage)
Pamela Baird ...
Mary Ellen Rogers (archive footage) (as Pamela Beaird)
Larry Mondello (archive footage) (as Rusty Stevens)


While cleaning the house, June finds some family memorabilia which no one has seen in years. Among those items is a scrapbook of photographs. Ward and June think it would be a fun idea for the entire family to sit around and look through the scrapbook together. In looking at the photographs, they collectively reminisce about the incidents behind the photos: Beaver's first note from school; Beaver once believing that a married neighbor lady was in love with him; Wally's first shave; Beaver running away from home for being what he considered unfairly punished for Larry drilling a hole in their garage wall; one of Eddie's many overly polite greetings when he entered their house; their dealings with Andy the alcoholic; Beaver and Larry getting caught reading Larry's sister's diary; Beaver's nervous night when Miss Landers came to the house for dinner; and Wally's disastrous run for class president. As June and Ward remark about how Wally and Beaver are now becoming young men, Wally and ... Written by Huggo

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I just finished watching this episode. It brought me back to 1963 when I was graduating from Grade 8. This was such a moving and touching episode and a wonderful way to end a terrific series. I remember when I was a young man, didn't want to see this series end but, I guess, it had to. People grow up and move on, can't stay the same. The same with this cast. You almost had the feeling you were a part of this group. A throwback to a simpler time, one that we will never see again. Wally, Beaver, Eddie all the characters were similar to ones I went to school with and recognized. When I watch the re-runs of these episodes my life is re-visited in a flashback. My cares and worries are gone and I get to take a nostalgia tour.

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