Leave It to Beaver (season 6)
|Leave It to Beaver Season 6|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||39 (black-and-white, full-screen, approx. 25 minutes)|
|Original run||September 27, 1962 – June 20, 1963|
The sixth and final season of the television series Leave It to Beaver aired from September 27, 1962 to June 20, 1963 on ABC. It consisted of 39 black-and-white episodes, each running approximately 25 minutes.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|196||1||"Wally's Dinner Date"||Norman Abbott||Teleplay: Katherine & Dale Unson
Story: Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
|September 27, 1962||16154|
Wally asks his girlfriend out for a dinner date, but faces real money problems when she suggests they dine at an expensive new restaurant.
Guests: Cheryl Holdridge as Julie Foster, Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Than Wyenn as The Waiter.
|197||2||"Beaver's Football Award"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||October 4, 1962||16159|
Beaver starts a conflict in the Cleaver household when he refuses to wear a coat and tie to a formal father-son football awards banquet.
Guests: Richard Correll as Richard Rickover, Stephen Talbot as Gilbert Bates, Kim Charney as Terry Richmond, Rex Hill as Ronald, Don Dillaway as Mr. Rickover, Alan Ray as Mr. Bates.
|198||3||"Wally's License"||Norman Abbott||Bob Ross||October 11, 1962||16151|
Wally starts taking driving lessons at high school and makes a lot of mistakes.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Beverly Lunsford as Shirley Fletcher, Russ Bender as Mr. Barnsdall, Larry J. Blake as The Instructor (as Larry Blake).
|199||4||"The Late Edition"||Norman Abbott||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||October 18, 1962||16157|
Beaver goes to the local newspaper after school to get a job as a paper boy, but another kid has beaten him to it.
Guests: Richard Correll as Richard Rickover, Chrystine Jordan as The Paper Boy (as Chrytie Jordan).
|200||5||"Double Date"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||October 25, 1962||16160|
Wally's girlfriend can't go out with him because she has to babysit her little sister, Susan, so she suggests taking their respective younger siblings with them.
Guests: Vicky Albright as Carolyn Stewart (as Vicki Albright), Diane Mountford as Susan Stewart.
|201||6||"Eddie, the Businessman"||Hugh Beaumont||Teleplay: Dick Conway & Roland MacLane
Story: Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
|November 1, 1962||16158|
Wally and Eddie get into trouble when Ward gets them a weekend job at the Mayfield Dairy.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Howard Caine as Foreman, Don Haggerty as Ted Worden, John Baer as Assistant.
|202||7||"Tell It to Ella"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||November 8, 1962||16162|
Beaver thinks he's being treated unfairly when his parents punish him for staying out too late, so Eddie convinces him to write to an advice columnist.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Robert Eyer as Kevin, Tim Matheson as Michael Harmon (as Tim Matthieson).
|203||8||"Bachelor at Large"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||November 15, 1962||16163|
Eddie brags to his friends about his new bachelor pad.
Guests: Laurene Tuttle as Mrs. Evans, Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Frank Bank as Clarence Rutherford.
|204||9||"Beaver Joins a Record Club"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||November 22, 1962||16161|
To teach Beaver the business of budgeting, Ward gives him an allowance to join a record club.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, George Cisar as The Postman, Robert E. Dugan as Mr. Tyler.
|205||10||"Wally's Car Accident"||Hugh Beaumont||Teleplay: Dick Conway & Roland MacLane
From a Story by: William Gargaro, Jr.
|November 29, 1962||16165|
When Ward and June go away for the weekend, Ward reluctantly gives Wally permission to borrow his new car to drive to a dance.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Frank Bank as Clarence Rutherford, Beverly Lunsford as Shirley Fletcher, Will J. White as Al.
|206||11||"Beaver, the Sheep Dog"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||December 6, 1962||16164|
Shirley makes fun of Beaver's hair saying he looks like a sheepdog.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Ed Prentiss as Mr. Bailey, Billy E. Hughes as Chuck (as Billy Hughes, Hank Stanton as Fred, Pamela Duncan as The Woman Clerk, Gretchen Voeth as The 1st Girl, Tina Brady as The 2nd Girl.
|207||12||"Beaver, the Hero"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||December 13, 1962||16166|
Beaver lets fame go to his head when the local newspaper mentions him scoring the winning touchdown in his school's football game.
Guests: Ken Osmond as Eddie Haskell, Stephen Talbot as Gilbert Bates, Stanley Fafara as Whitey Whitney, Wendy Ferdin as Charlene, Carol Feylen as Donna, Leslie LaTourette as Patsy, Kim Charney as Terry, Michael Agate as Denny.
|208||13||"Beaver's Autobiography"||David Butler||Joseph Hoffman||December 20, 1962||16156|
Beaver finds it difficult to write his autobiography for school, so he gets his crush Betsy to do it for him.
Guests: Annette Gorman as Betsy, Stephen Talbot as Gilbert Bates, Harlan Wade as Mr. Thompson, Terry Burnham as Virginia, Frances Mercer as Mrs. Carter.
|209||14||"The Party Spoiler"||Norman Abbott||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||December 27, 1962||16167|
|Wally talks Ward and June into letting him have a party and doesn't invite Beaver.|
|210||15||"The Mustache"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||January 3, 1963||16168|
|When Julie Foster starts dating a new student with a moustache, Eddie suggests that she thinks Wally's immature.|
|211||16||"Wally Buys a Car"||David Butler||Teleplay: Wilton Schiller
Story: Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
|January 10, 1963||16153|
|Ward helps Wally pay the insurance on a used car, but Ward's offer has several strings attached that lead to complications.|
|212||17||"The Parking Attendants"||Earl Bellamy||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||January 17, 1963||16169|
|Wally and Eddie are hired to park cars at a fancy social event to which Ward and June weren't invited.|
|213||18||"More Blessed to Give"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||January 24, 1963||16170|
|Beaver gives a locket to his classmate Donna, but her father mails it back to Beaver, leading June to think Donna gave it to him.|
|214||19||"Beaver's Good Deed"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||January 31, 1963||16171|
|Beaver allows a hobo named Mr. Jeff into the Cleaver home so he can wash up and eat a decent meal.|
|215||20||"The Credit Card"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||February 7, 1963||16172|
|When Wally's car breaks down, Eddie uses his dad's credit card to get it repaired, then Wally gives Eddie cash for the bill, but Eddie spends it on himself.|
|216||21||"Beaver the Caddy"||Earl Bellamy||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||February 14, 1963||16176|
|Beaver gets a job as a caddy and faces a dilemma when he sees a golfer cheating to win a $500 bet.|
|217||22||"Beaver on TV"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||February 21, 1963||16174|
|Friends and family gather to watch Beaver on TV, but are dissapointed when he doesn't appear.|
|218||23||"Box Office Attraction"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane and Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher||February 28, 1963||16175|
|Wally is attracted to the ticket taker at the local movie theater, so Eddie encourages him to ask her out.|
|219||24||"Lumpy's Scholarship"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||March 7, 1963||16177|
|Although Wally is disappointed he didn't getting the college scholarship he wanted, he throws a party for Lumpy, who got it instead.|
|220||25||"The Silent Treatment"||David Butler||Theodore and Mathilde Ferro||March 14, 1963||16178|
|Beaver ignores June for making him run an errand instead of letting him join Wally and Eddie and pays more attention to Ward.|
|221||26||"Uncle Billy's Visit"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane and Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher||March 21, 1963||16173|
|Uncle Billy is in charge while Ward and June go on a trip and since he's more relaxed than them, Beaver takes advantage of him.|
|222||27||"Beaver's Prep School"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane and Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher||March 28, 1963||16180|
|Beaver must make a tough choice when Aunt Martha offers to have him enrolled in a college prep school in New England.|
|223||28||"Wally and the Fraternity"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||April 4, 1963||16181|
|Wally decides to go to his father's alma mater, State College, so Ward writes them a letter of recommendation for both Wally and Eddie.|
|224||29||"Eddie's Sweater"||Earl Bellamy||Teleplay: Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
Story: Kenneth Enochs
|April 11, 1963||16179|
|Eddie's girlfriend uses Wally as model for knitting Eddie a sweater and they spend so much time together, their friends get suspicious.|
|225||30||"The Book Report"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||April 18, 1963||16182|
|Beaver procrastinates with his book report on The Three Musketeers, leaving him with little time to finish it.|
|226||31||"The Poor Loser"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||April 25, 1963||16183|
|Ward receives two tickets to a baseball game and must choose one of his sons to take with him.|
|227||32||"Don Juan Beaver"||Hugh Beaumont||Teleplay: Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
From a Story by: David Levinson
|May 2, 1963||16185|
|Beaver accepts an invitation from Peggy to the graduation dance, then receives one from Melinda, the girl he actually wants to go with.|
|228||33||"Summer in Alaska"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||May 9, 1963||16184|
|Eddie's uncle gets him a summer job on a fishing boat in Alaska and Eddie talks about it so much, it makes Wally and Lumpy want to join him.|
|229||34||"Beaver's Graduation"||Hugh Beaumont||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||May 16, 1963||16186|
|In the last week before junior high school graduation, Beaver sneaks a peek at the diplomas but doesn't see his.|
|230||35||"Wally's Practical Joke"||David Butler||Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher||May 23, 1963||16187|
|After Lumpy puts cherry bombs in their cars, Eddie and Wally retaliate, but it goes a bit too far.|
|231||36||"The All-Night Party"||David Butler||Dick Conway & Roland MacLane||May 30, 1963||16188|
|Ward and June are reluctant to let Wally go to an all-night party and so are his date's parents.|
|232||37||"Beaver Sees America"||Hugh Beaumont||Teleplay: Katherine & Dale Eunson and Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher
Story: Katherine & Dale Eunson
|June 6, 1963||16189|
|Beaver is excited about traveling across America for the summer - until he learns that Gilbert intends to make a move on a girl Beaver likes.|
|233||38||"The Clothing Drive"||Charles Haas||Allan Manings||June 13, 1963||16155|
|Beaver is given the "Good Citizen" award when he takes three of Ward's suits to the clothing drive at his school by accident.|
|234||39||"Family Scrapbook"||Hugh Beaumont||Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher||June 20, 1963||16190|
|June finds a dusty scrapbook while cleaning, so the Cleavers gather to look through it and remember all they've been through.|
- Applebaum, Irwyn. The World According to Beaver. TV Books, 1998. ISBN 1-57500-052-0.
- IMDb: Leave It to Beaver. Season 6.
- Mathers, Jerry....And Jerry Mathers as "The Beaver". Berkley Boulevard Books, 1998. ISBN 0-425-16370-9.