Leave It to Beaver: Season 4 (1960 - 1961)


Season 4
Leave It to Beaver

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Air date: Oct 1, 1960
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Air date: Oct 22, 1960
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Air date: Nov 19, 1960
Air date: Nov 26, 1960
Air date: Dec 3, 1960
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Jerry Mathers
as Beaver
Tony Dow
as Wally
Ken Osmond
as Eddie
Stephen Talbot
as Gilbert Bates
Sue Randall
as Miss Landers
Richard Correll
as Richard Rickover
Frank Bank
as Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford
Richard Deacon
as Fred Rutherford
Jean Vander Pyl
as Mrs. Thompson
Mary Carroll
as Mrs. Manners
Rusty Stevens
as Larry Mondello
Doris Packer
as Mrs. Rayburn
Jess Kirkpatrick
as Shoe Salesman
Rory Stevens
as Chuckie Murdoch
Claudia Bryar
as Mrs. Harris
Candy Moore
as Margie Manners
Netta Packer
as Customer
Carol Sydes
as Alma Hanson
John Alvin
as Frank Haskell
Jeri Weil
as Judy Hensler
Marjorie Reynolds
as Mrs. Murdock
Ray Kellogg
as Mr. Waters
John Hoyt
as Mr. Franklin
Jennie Lynn
as Sally Ann Maddox
Stephen Wootton
as Clyde Appleby
Edgar Buchanan
as Uncle Billy
Rich Correll
as Richard
Howard Wright
as Mr. Newton
John Close
as Mr. Henderson
Hal Smith
as Restaurant Manager
Harry Holcombe
as Frank Whitney
Rankin Mansfield
as Postmaster
Ross Elliott
as Mr. Foster
Alan Hewitt
as Lt. Barnes
Fred E. Sherman
as Taxi Driver
Larry Thor
as Mr. Watson
Vince Williams
as Mr. Swanson
Gil Rogers
as Kenneth
Jason Robards Sr.
as Mr. Henderson
Richard Gering
as Lifeguard
John Hiestand
as Mr. Burton
Reba Waters
as Caroline
Bea Silvern
as Waitress
Jack Mann
as Fireman
Gage Clarke
as Mr. Baxter
Jimmy Gaines
as Little Boy
Katherine Warren
as Mrs. Prescott
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  • Nov 11, 2018
    The series was in its prime as all the characters were featured in Season 4, including all of Beaver's friends, which included Whitey in perhaps the most iconic episode of the entire series, "In the Soup," in which Whitey dares Beaver to climb up a billboard to see if the cup of soup on a billboard with steam appearing to come out of it, really has soup in it.

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