List of Leave IT To Beaver Episodes

List Of Leave It To Beaver Episodes

The following is a list of Leave It to Beaver episodes. The show was created by Amos 'n' Andy writers Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher. The series comprises 234, full-screen, black-and-white episodes, excluding the pilot. The show was televised from October 4, 1957 to June 20, 1963.

The pilot, titled "It's a Small World", aired on April 23, 1957. It featured Casey Adams as Ward Cleaver, and Paul Sullivan as Wally Cleaver. TV Land re-aired it on October 6, 2007, as part of their twenty-four-hour marathon to commemorate the show's 50th anniversary.

Universal Studios Home Entertainment has released seasons one and two of the series on DVD Region 1. The pilot episode is included on the season-one DVD. Shout! Factory released Season 3 on June 15, 2010, and the complete series set was released on June 29, 2010.

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