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1) In 1957, radio, film, and television writers Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher developed a concept for a TV show about childhood and family life featuring a fictional suburban couple and their children. Unlike The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, Father Knows Best, and other sitcoms and domestic comedies of the era, the show would not focus upon the parents, but upon their children, with the series being told from the kids' point-of-view. Working titles during the show's gestation period included It's a Small World and Wally and the Beaver.  The pilot aired on April 23, 1957 as It's a Small WorldWhat anthology series did Leave It To Beaver (It's a Small World) first air on?

  • Playhouse 30
  • Show of Shows
  • Studio 57
  • TV Theater

2) Who was NOT a Cleaver in the pilot episode of Leave It To Beaver (It�s a Small World)?

  • Barbara Billingsley as June Cleaver
  • Max Showalter aka Casey Adams as Ward Cleaver
  • Tim Matheson as Theodore �Beaver� Cleaver
  • Paul Sullivan as Wally Cleaver

3) The series first aired on October 4, 1957.  What network did the series appear on?

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • FOX
  • NBC

4) Episodes were budgeted at $30,000 to $40,000 each ($233,209 to $310,945 in 2010 terms), making the show one of the most expensive of its kind during its years of production.

  • True or False?

5) The debut Leave It to Beaver episode was the third episode in production order, "Beaver Gets 'Spelled."  What was the intended premiere episode?

  • Captain Jack
  • Take Me Home
  • Country Roads
  • Super Heroes

6) The show had its debut the same day Sputnik was launched into space.

  • True or False?

7) Surrounded by a picket fence, the house was two stories with a first floor kitchen, dining room, living room and adjoining patio, and at least three bedrooms on the second floor - one for the boys, one for the parents, and a guest room into which Beaver moved for a night.  What was the address of the picket fence home?

  • 914 Tucker Ave
  • 485 Madison Ave
  • 485 Mapleton Drive
  • 914 Times Street

8) In 1969, the Pine Street house was reused for another Universal-produced television hit.  What was the series?

  • Happy Days
  • Marcus Welby, M.D.
  • 21 Jump Street
  • 6 Million Dollar Man

9) Miss Canfield is a young and attractive, no-nonsense schoolteacher who is leading a second grade class for the first time at Grant Avenue Grammar School when the show debuts in 1957. Who played Miss Canfield?

  • Francis Bank,
  • Diane Brewster
  • Joyce Murphy
  • Alice Tatum

10) In what episode did Eddie Haskell make his first appears?

  • New Neighbors
  • Homecoming
  • The Baseball Parada
  • Bedtime for Beaver

Check Your Answers

Leave It To Beaver [Answers]

  1. Studio 57
  2. Tim Matheson as Theodore �Beaver� Cleaver
  3. CBS
  4. True
  5. Captain Jack
  6. True
  7. 485 Madison Avenue
  8. Marcus Welby, M.D.
  9. Diane Brewster
  10. New Neighbors

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