While we will at times have articles and brief blog posts about many of your favorite classic TV shows of all genres, we will mainly focus on feel good shows like Leave it to Beaver, Lassie and the Dick Van Dyke Show. Enjoy. (mobile users use the arrows below to see featured shows)
I am the writer of many children's books and I also collect Golden Books from the 1950s and 1960s. As a Leave it to Beaver fan, this is on the top of my Amazon wish list.
You can watch Lassie free here at GleeStreet.com. Here in two videos is “Inheritance” from season one episode one. We hope you’ll enjoy watching free classic TV shows here on...
All the sports themed episodes of Leave it to Beaver are great. This one is especially fun to watch. You know bad things are going to happen when you play football during baseball season.
Johnny Manziel has been compared to a lot of things, but a Leave it to Beaver character is probably not one of them, right? Here we look to see if he is more like Eddie, Wally or the Beaver.
This Doesn’t Look Like an 8 ft. Alligator You may be a new Leave it to Beaver fan and haven’t heard the story yet, so I will repeat it here....
A note from the teacher can be traumatic. But then again, it could be as innocent as asking whether or not you could play Smokey the Bear in the school play.
Leave it to Beaver Season One Episodes 1958-1959 #1 Beaver’s Poem Date: October 2, 1958 Writer: Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher, Dick Conway and Roland MacLane Director: Norman Tokar #2 Eddie’s...
Season two is one of the best early seasons of Lassie a.k.a. Jeff's Collie to watch, especially "The Dog Show" and the Christmas episode, "The Gift."
One of the family friendliest shows ever to appear on television, the first few years of the show featured Tommy Rettig as Jeff and Pal as Lassie.
Debuting in 1957 on the day the Russians sent up their Sputnik satellite, Leave it to Beaver has traveled around the world for much longer than the Russians ever dreamed Sputnik would travel.
The final season sees the departure of some regular writers for the show, but the laughs continue to be non-stop.
Eddie: The Life and Times of America's Preeminent Bad Boy by Ken Osmond and Christopher Lynch is a delight to read. You'll read stories about the actor who portrayed Eddie Haskell that aren't what you would epxect.