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How Did Beaver Cleaver Get His Name?

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Leave it to Beaver was a fictional television show that aired between 1957 and 1963. The show produced 234 episodes. The fan favorite was the character Wally Clever, also known as Beaver. In the last episode of Leave it to Beaver, it was revealed that when Wally was young and his brother Theodore was an infant, Wally had trouble pronouncing the name 'Theodore.' Instead he pronounced Theodore as 'Beaver' and that's how the name stuck.
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No State. It was the fictional town of Mayfield, USA.
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1. Watch at least a couple of episodes of "Leave it to Beaver" with your son. It may be that you have seen the show many times in the past with him, but you should watch
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His mom. Wait, that doesn't sound right. : Here's what Wikipedia says: The show was built around young Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver (played by Jerry Mathers; he was given the
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