The clean-cut 1950s sitcom, about young `Beaver' Cleaver, his brother Wally and their folks was a family favorite over its six-year run. Unlike most other sitcoms of that innocent era, the stories were told from the kids' point of view, with their stalwart parents always on hand to get them out of jams and give practical advice. In the '80s, the Beav and company enjoyed a comeback in a syndicated show, `The New Leave It to Beaver,' starring many from the original cast.
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