Wally Cleaver - Pic I Hadn't Seen Before
|by Anonymous||reply 162||02/15/2016|
Tony Dow was a lickable little thing from head to toe including that six-pack in between.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||11/26/2012|
Who's that woman? And was that picture taken at Friend's Beach?
|by Anonymous||reply 2||11/26/2012|
Beaver was so lucky to share a bedroom with Wally.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||11/26/2012|
Gosh Beav, I think a whole generation of men found out they were, you know, gay, just by looking at me on television!
I know Wally. You were always the pretty one.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||11/26/2012|
I would watch LITB re-runs exclusively for Wally's perfectly tight and compact ass. He wore his khaki pants beautifully, and his ass was so plump in them.
I have to admit that I really had a thing for Wally.
Eddie Haskell wasn't so bad himself. I'd love to see the "lost footage" of Wally and Eddie doing some youthful experimentation!
|by Anonymous||reply 6||11/26/2012|
Love the beach umbrella behind him.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||11/26/2012|
I assure you I am ALL WOMAN, R3! But I can't say the same for Mary Ellen Rogers.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||11/26/2012|
R3, there was at least one episode that focused on Wally's interest in girls. Having drawn straws for blind dates, he agreed to swap with someone (probably Eddie). He and the date met somewhere before the actual evening, and had a pleasant conversation, during which she remained seated. He was fairly smitten, until it was time to go; she rose, and was several inches taller than he.
Ward and June discussed the matter, June pointing out that in her day, the girl would just have worn her hair down and eschewed high heels, but she predicted that contemporary girls were too sophisticated for such simple solutions. But, heavens to Betsy! That's exactly what the girl did! And Wally had a wonderful time. Everything turned out just swell.
I watched the episode during a 9 AM rerun in NYC, back before I began kindergarten. I am astonished that I remember so many details.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||11/26/2012|
Beaver had a thing for Miss Landers, but she was onto him.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||11/26/2012|
[quote] But, heavens to Betsy! That's exactly what the girl did! And Wally had a wonderful time. Everything turned out just swell.
You left out the part where she sucked Wally's cock for 15 minutes, and then he ended up fucking her pussy raw in the back seat of his car, until he came and shot his load all over her face!
|by Anonymous||reply 12||11/26/2012|
Violet Rutherford drinks gutter water!
|by Anonymous||reply 13||11/26/2012|
Ward has a 10-inch beer can cock, and I can hardly accommodate the whole thing. Heavens to Mary!
|by Anonymous||reply 14||11/26/2012|
What a wonderful description R10! I remember that episode now.
The BF and I bought a house from the Beav back in the 70s. He and his wife were into real estate back then. He said Wally was a really nice guy -- just like he was on TV -- and was still in the business. But behind the scenes. That is NOT where he belonged. He and Don Grady from My Three Sons were my idols. And maybe Luke Halpin from Flipper.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||11/26/2012|
R14 So it's really true-- Ward really WAS a little rough on the Beaver?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||11/26/2012|
My partner and I watched every episode of the show in the last six months, thanks to Antenna TV. It's timed to our afternoon coffee break.
And Dow/Wally always was such a peach. He seemed to have been picked because he was a butch-but-understanding older type for the Beave. And he went from little butch boy to mini hunk to teen angel to young man with a six pack over the course of the show. His pug nose was even the focus of an episode, where he worried about it and tried things to lengthen it.
It always was obvious that as an actor he didn't know what to do with his hands, so he was told to put them into his pockets. Every episode has him with hands in his pants pockets, pulling the trousers forward across his ass. Hilarious. And in one scene he's exercising on his bed, lying on his back and throwing his legs over his head, interrupting to say things to Beaver. When they let him wear a tight tee shirt you could tell he was thrilled to show himself off, because he always worked out.
It seems difficult to believe that the directors didn't do some of the seemingly innocent staging without knowing how it looked.
Yeah, I sound like a perve, but when I was growing up watching it in reruns Wally seemed like an adult to me and the Beaver was older than I was. Wally seemed like a glimpse of how older boys did things - in a "wholesome" household.
And here's the shot of Tony (same day he posed with scuba gear - he must have had a photo shoot going) that is now infamous for seeming creepy. Don't know what to do with your hands, Wally?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||11/26/2012|
[quote]Beaver had a thing for Miss Landers, but she was onto him.
Just saw the episode where Ward & June invite Miss Landers over for a backyard BBQ & she wears sandals. Beaver & his pals were shocked to find that she had toes!
|by Anonymous||reply 18||11/26/2012|
Poor Miss Landers died at 49 from lung cancer.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||11/26/2012|
Fun times when Wally and Eddie spit-roasted me...
|by Anonymous||reply 20||11/26/2012|
Ward, you were a little too rough on the Beaver last night.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||11/26/2012|
He was a cutie for the times
|by Anonymous||reply 22||11/26/2012|
Hey Ward, how about another pearl necklace tonight? You know it's my favorite.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||11/26/2012|
Wally cut or uncut? hairy hole?
|by Anonymous||reply 24||11/26/2012|
Dumb dumpy lumpy....future bear hotness
|by Anonymous||reply 25||11/26/2012|
[quote]When they let him wear a tight tee shirt you could tell he was thrilled to show himself off, because he always worked out.
Tony Dow was a competitive swimmer and a Junior Olympic diving champion.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||11/26/2012|
Thanks for posting that R19, Miss Landers credits brought back a lot of memories.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||11/26/2012|
R27 She really was perfectly cast as Miss Landers. Sweet competent, caring, but innocently sexy. I would've had crush on her, too.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||11/26/2012|
Ditto, R19. I never remember that Miss Landers was also Ruthie in Desk Set, and I'm always pleasantly surprised to re-learn that fact every couple of years or so.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||11/26/2012|
I recall one episode where Wally has a date with a classy chick and he takes her to an upscale restaurant where the menu is priced at about EIGHT dollars per person...Wally doesn't have enough money but Ward calls the Maitre'd (an old friend) and arranges to have Wally sign the ticket...it impresses the chick.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||11/26/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 31||11/26/2012|
Damn, he looks good, and has a really long neck!
|by Anonymous||reply 32||11/27/2012|
This will come out weird, but his body looks so modern. I'm used to seeing hot men from that era with a different build.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||11/27/2012|
I can name you at least 20 episodes of the top of my head where Wally went out on dates and liked girls. From season 1 to the last season.
The best episodes were with Judy in them.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||11/27/2012|
R34 Obviously he was overcompensating.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||11/27/2012|
Never saw any of those pictures before! Hot stuff indeed.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||11/27/2012|
Excellent nipple placement.
It has to be said.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||11/27/2012|
Thanks for the pics. He's hot as hell DAMN.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||11/27/2012|
I didn't know who he was until I Googled him. He is/was sexy.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||11/27/2012|
was Wally's cock really thick? uncut? hairy bush? hairy hole?
|by Anonymous||reply 40||11/27/2012|
Unfortunately, the years since have been unkind.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||11/27/2012|
Strange that he never made a transition into films, even those Beach Blanket Bingo trifles from the 1960s. Or a sitcom of his own. Wally comes to NYC or LA to make it on his own?
He must have had it with show biz.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||11/27/2012|
Tony Dow is a well-known sculptor now. He ended up being an artsy type.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||11/27/2012|
Wally had a lot of girlfriends on LITB. You couldn't have watched to much.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||11/27/2012|
Wally under the docks.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||11/27/2012|
Young Wally with unusually well-developed abs for his age.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||11/27/2012|
R45 - He looks like he's waiting for his next trick. He found a better after school job than boxing groceries at the local market!
|by Anonymous||reply 47||11/27/2012|
The years are always unkind.
Anyway, I think a lot of people don't like LITB or find it funny because they let the mannerisms, decor, fashions or other things that can make something dated bother them. If you just read some of the lines from LITB you can appreciate the writing more. I love LITB but I seem to laugh harder when I just read the jokes.
Here are some snippets of dialogue. Read some of it. They're pretty funny. Without the pear necklace politeness of June you can see how sarcastic and biting some of it was. In writing some of it is Rosanne worthy.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||11/27/2012|
Ward: [about Wally and Beaver] Dear, did you know they were planning on raising chinchillas? June: Yes, they told me yesterday. Ward: Why didn't you say something to me about it? June: Because Beaver promised me the first coat free.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||11/27/2012|
The show focused more and more on Wally in the final seasons and some of the more memorable episodes involve Wally, Eddie and Lumpy. (The prank with Lumpy's tire axel and Lumpy yelling, "Daddy!" was priceless, especially since Fred Rutherford hated his son.)
There's one episode where Wally likes an "older" girl who seemss to be "loose." And the episode with a very young, very cute Ryan O'Neal as a newly married man whose frustrating marriage teaches Wally a lesson.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||11/27/2012|
Fred Rutherford: Have to keep a firm hand on boys nowadays, Ward. My Clarence answered me back the other day. I smacked him right in the mouth. None of this psychology for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||11/27/2012|
I was watching some old episodes over the weekend and noticed what a dry sense of humor June had. Nothing mean-spirited, but she knew just what to say when Ward needed to be deflated a little bit from his pontificartions. The couple really had a good chemistry and played well off of each other.
The last couple of years probably focused more on Wally because Jerry Mathers was getting to be more awkward of an actor losing some of the naturalness that a lot of child actors lose when they try to "act" more as they get older.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||11/27/2012|
Here's a good cat and dog one for DL:
Wally: [referring to Gilbert's dog] Hey, Beaver, Archie really went home, huh?
Beaver: Sure, I told him, and he went. You know, it's a lot easier talking to dogs than it is to cats.
Ward: Cats are very smart, though, Beaver. It's just that when you call someone Bootsy-Wootsy, he's inclined to be a little difficult.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||11/27/2012|
[Wally and Eddie enter the Cleaver house and see no one around]
Edward 'Eddie' Haskell: Hey Wally, nobody's home. Let's call up some girls and pretend we're talent scouts.
[June walks out from the den to greet the boys]
June Cleaver: Hello, Eddie.
Edward 'Eddie' Haskell: Oh. Hi, Mrs. Cleaver. Gee Mrs. Cleaver, your hair looks real pretty today.
June Cleaver: Well, you should know Eddie, being a talent scout.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||11/27/2012|
EDDIE: I would have stopped by sooner, but I had to go see my girl.
JUNE: Oh, you have a girl Eddie?
EDDIE: Oh yes ma'am. She goes away to boarding school. My father says that's a pretty good indication she has money.
JUNE: Oh, is that so?
EDDIE: Yes ma'am. My father says it doesn't pay to waste time with people who don't count.
JUNE: Well it was nice of you to stop by anyway, Eddie.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||11/27/2012|
Wally and Beav's dad had a nice basket.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||11/27/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 57||11/27/2012|
Richard Deacon, the great character actor who played Fred Rutherford (as well as Mel Cooley on The Dick Van Dyke Show) was as gay as a Christmas goose.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||11/27/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 59||11/27/2012|
'Leave It To Beaver' was before my time, but I cannot even tell you how many gay men from the baby boom generation I have known over the years who have said Tony Dow used to drive them wild in their adolescent/teen years. He's definitely a 'thing' with that generation.
I agree with the poster who said that Dow was very 'modern' looking. His looks and body would have made him a teen idol even today.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||11/27/2012|
Isn't that Erin Moran seated next to Dow in the link at r41?
As much as I enjoyed him in LITB, Dow looks like Meg Whitman in the pic with Joanie Cunningham.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||11/27/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 63||11/27/2012|
As much as I love LITB and Tony Dow I always thought Don Grady was hotter. He looked sexier. He seemed like he'd be a hot lay. A borderline rapist.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||11/27/2012|
Young Wally lifting it.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||11/27/2012|
Teen Wally showing off his arms.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||11/27/2012|
I met Don Grady when he was touring in the 1970s in Pippin. He was sexy, laid-back, straight and smoked pot with us.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||11/27/2012|
Tony Dow starred in an afternoon soap aimed at teenagers in 1965. Never Too Young aired afternoons on ABC for a year or two. Lassie's Tommy Rettig also starred.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||11/27/2012|
Young Tony looked tight. REAL tight!
|by Anonymous||reply 69||11/27/2012|
"Never Too Young"? Isn't that the title of Kevin Clash's autobiography?
|by Anonymous||reply 70||11/27/2012|
That was something else R68!!!
I love the ending. Surprisingly homoerotic.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||11/27/2012|
Thanks for those quotes from LITB guys. I never realized how funny some of it really was. I guess kids don't get it.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||11/27/2012|
Love LITB on Antenaa. Really laugh out loud funny and better than anytging on today. Love how Wally and The Beaver always think Ward is "hollering" at them and he never raises his voice. There was one episode where they were babysitting a girl named Puddin that kept telling the boys she wanted "to see Maryjane" that had me crying with laughter.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||11/27/2012|
Ward did yell in the first season, back when he mostly wore sweatshirts and jeans. In fact, he was a real grouch back then.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||11/27/2012|
I loved how Eddie Haskell was always trying to schmooze up to Ward and June but they had his number and realized what a shit he was. I always felt sorry for Lumpy Rutherford though. Even though he could a bit of a bully, it was harsh to see in a sitcom how his father treated him. There's one episode where Lumpy and his father are thrilled to learn he received a football scholarship, only to discover later that the scholarship is rescinded because Lumpy failed a subject in school. Fred Rutherford's reaction is "but what about me? I told all my friends that my stupid son is going to college on a football scholarship!"
|by Anonymous||reply 75||11/27/2012|
Beavers creepy friends are the best supporting characters. Loved fat little Larry.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||11/27/2012|
That shirtless photo of HUgh Beaumont isn't from LITB is it??
If so, what episode, please!
|by Anonymous||reply 77||11/27/2012|
I think if Tony Dow got a decent haircut and lost just 15 lbs. he'd still be a handsome hot older man today.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||11/27/2012|
I personally liked David Nelson more. I thought he was dreamy.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||11/27/2012|
June Cleaver: Eddie, would you care to stay for dinner? We're having roast beef.
Eddie Haskell: No thank you, Mrs. Cleaver. I really must be getting home. We're having squab this evening.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||11/27/2012|
Larry Mondello's Mother... Things would be all right if my daughter could just find a husband. Then we'd always have a man around to give it to Larry when his father's out of town.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||11/27/2012|
Ward Cleaver: Well, you boys are very quiet tonight. What are you thinking about?
"Beaver" Cleaver: I was just thinkin' what I'd do if I was a pig eatin' peoples ribs.
June Cleaver: Beaver, please.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||11/27/2012|
WALLY: [reading an invitation, while in the kitchen] 'You are invited to a party at school for Penny. Three-thirty, Friday. Cake and ice cream will be served.' Signed - 'Mrs. Henry Woods.' You might as well throw this one away, Mom.
JUNE CLEAVER: Now, why wouldn't he want to go to a party at school for Penny Woods?
WALLY: Well, in the first place - 'cause she's a girl. In the second place - 'cause Beaver says she's just about the creepiest girl in the whole school.
JUNE CLEAVER: Oh, I think that's ridiculous. I wanted him to go because I think this is going to be a sweet little affair.
WALLY: Okay, Mom. But I think it's going to be one of those 'sweet little affairs' Dad's gonna have to beat him into going to.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||11/27/2012|
I really like the chemistry between Wally and June. They seemed to actually like and understand each other whereas Beaver and Ward were merely tolerated.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||11/27/2012|
LOL it is funnier when you read the dialogue.
Don't forget June could speak jive.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||11/27/2012|
R77, that photo of Ward is from a detective movie he made in the 50s. He was in a lot of film noir flicks in the 40s and 50s, including some good ones like Blue Dahlia and The Seventh Victim. Here's another one.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||11/27/2012|
Expertly done Jive Talk by Mrs. June Cleaver.
Who was the folksinging nun who tried to cheer up Linda Blair but kept knocking out her IV tubes instead?
|by Anonymous||reply 87||11/27/2012|
Not to derai this thread but I was wondering if someone might, kindly post a new thread for me. It was just something I thought up, to mich time on my hands.
Celebrity's secret children I've always heard this person or that one is paying off secret baby momma's...
Ryan Phillipee has a biracial child? Janet Jackson has a by now adult child stashed away? Brad Pitt impregnated some model?
What do you guys? Which Celebritys have Little bambinos tucked away? What rumors have you heard?
Thanks to anyone who might be so kind as to post this.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||11/27/2012|
Wasn't that Helen Reddy, R87? Or maybe I'm thinking of the actual Airport movie that Airplane parodied.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||11/27/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 90||11/27/2012|
r87, I believe the person singing and playing guitar was stewardess Lorna Patterson (in place of Helen Reddy as the nun), the Linda Blair role was played by Jill Whelen ("The Love Boat"), and the mother was played by Joyce Bulifant.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||11/27/2012|
SCTV presents the Leave It To Beaver 25th Anniversary Party
|by Anonymous||reply 92||11/27/2012|
Lorna Patterson played the Goldie Hawn role in the TV version of "Pvt. Benjamin." And also opposite gay Tony Randall in the original TV movie of "Love, Sidney." (Replaced by Swoosie Kurtz in the series.)
|by Anonymous||reply 93||11/27/2012|
I wanted to drink Wally's boy batter.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||11/27/2012|
Tks R91. I'm getting it all mixed up. I'm just glad the Hare Krishna don't hang around the airports anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||11/27/2012|
Thank you r92. That was a funny skit and it led me to my favorite SCTV skit, Half Wits. haven't seen that in about 20 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||11/27/2012|
"Maybe thirty-five years in the slammer will teach the Beaver something."
|by Anonymous||reply 97||11/27/2012|
Am I the ONLY guy who watched "Never Too Young?" Yes, elder gay (58). I watched the program when I was in 6th grade. I sure knew my religion when I was young. Watching that clip brought back memories.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||11/28/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 100||11/28/2012|
Leave it to Beaver remains my all time favorite show. Fond memories of the gang from Mayfield, USA.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||11/28/2012|
LITB never received any attention when it aired. Its time slot was 7:30. I have heard so many people make fun of the clothes June and Ward wore cleaning/ sitting around the house. This was a show that looked at life from the eyes of a little boy. In 1957, women wore dresses and cooked and cleaned, and fathers wore suits and worked in a vague office somewhere. Great dialog. I read that the main cast got along very well.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||11/28/2012|
I've always wanted a cross-over featuring Wally Cleaver and Bud Anderson.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||11/28/2012|
You can stream the entire series on Netflix.
And yeah. It was amazing how many different ways the writers could put Bud Anderson in a tight, nipple showing t-shirt.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||11/28/2012|
Most sitcoms from the 1950s pictured mothers like June Cleaver, in dresses and heels and pearls doing the housework. She wasn't unique.
Alice Kramden on The Honeymooners was the big exception. Audrey Meadows was totally believable as a working class wife in Brooklyn.
But then again, Lucy Ricardo wore pedal pushers and flats and even smoked! So maybe the distinction was sitcom moms who lived in NYC were allowed to be more realistic.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||11/28/2012|
One odd think I noticed about these old shows is that they could smoke but you rarely saw them drinking, such as Lucy, and it seems like people back then were big on cocktails. On tv they were always drinking coffee. You never saw Ricky and Fred talking about going down to the bar to watch the fights and knock back a few beers.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||11/28/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 107||11/28/2012|
[quote]Tony Dow was who I wanted to be when I was growing up. Unfortunately, I turned out to be Brenda Lee.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||11/28/2012|
Anyone have an easy rule for the usage of "who" or "whom" in a sentence?
I was always taught to turn the sentence around and putting in pronouns. If the answer is "he" it's a soft vowel sound at the end ("who") and if it's "him" it's a hard vowel at the end ("whom")
"I was sitting with Tom, whom I had just met."
WHOM had I just met? I had just met HIM.
"I went with Harry, who had a nice car."
WHO had a nice car? HE did.
I don't know if it works every time but it hasn't failed me yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||11/28/2012|
I'm also an easy lay...LOL
|by Anonymous||reply 110||11/28/2012|
R110 OK, but how are you on "lie" vs. "lay"?
|by Anonymous||reply 111||11/28/2012|
Ha! That's a tough one R111 /Trolldar. (tsk tsk) I always get it wrong. What's the rule?
|by Anonymous||reply 112||11/29/2012|
Oh, wait, 111. It was in the same string. Never mind.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||11/29/2012|
You or the object ( dog, cat, etc) lie as in " lie down." "Lay" demands a direct object, as in "Lay the tape dispenser on the desk."
|by Anonymous||reply 114||11/29/2012|
Things lay, people lie.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||11/29/2012|
Thanks to you bitches I watched a marathon of LITB last night on Netflix. I'd forgotten how funny it actually was and I even saw June with pants on twice. I always remembered her with the little shirtwaist dresses and pearls. Do they ever show Ward and June's bedroom? I never realized Ward was so goodlooking when I was young and he's definitely got a hot bod for an old tv dad.
Wally was indeed a cutie. Beaver was cute when he was little but grew up goofy looking and walked like a corn cob was up his ass.
Will finish more episodes tonight.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||11/29/2012|
Yes, you see the parents bedroom in the episode where Beaver gets a monkey. He gets sick and Beaver wakes his parents in the middle of the night. The fact that I know this disturbs me.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||11/29/2012|
Who were the first TV couple not to have twin beds?
|by Anonymous||reply 118||11/29/2012|
Mary Kay and Johnny R118. Never heard of it but I googled your question.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||11/29/2012|
[quote]I've always wanted a cross-over featuring Wally Cleaver and Bud Anderson.
Because of a mix-up at the scouts jamboree, Wally and Bud are forced to share a tent. Things get worse when they realize half of their gear is missing and have to share a sleeping bag at night.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||11/29/2012|
Saw one episode last night titled "Tenting Tonight". Wally and the Beav sleep out in a tent. Made me giggle a little.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||11/29/2012|
Enough hijacking by non-grammarians.
They only "lay" here we're interested in is Wally.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||11/29/2012|
Brothers in skin.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||11/29/2012|
Follow Wally's bouncing balls.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||11/29/2012|
Wally lifting and making his muscles big.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||11/29/2012|
Wally showing Eddie how to get it smooth.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||11/29/2012|
In the school locker room.
Coach: OK Cleaver, who were you throwing towels at?
Wally: Well... nobody, I guess.
Coach: Oh, just having a gay time by yourself huh?
|by Anonymous||reply 127||11/29/2012|
Wally and the Beave playing with frogs.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||11/29/2012|
Wally trying to make his muscle bigger.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||11/29/2012|
Wally's great grandfather showing a little denim grip.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||11/29/2012|
Tony Dow is now a respected sculptor.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||11/29/2012|
Funny dialogue...Larry and Beaver are talking about Wally and his date to a dance.
Larry Mondello: Before my brother married his wife she was always asking for flowers and candy and movies and taxi cabs and stuff.
Beaver: Does he still buy her stuff now?
Larry: Nah, now he just tells her to shut up.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||11/29/2012|
Well, we all get old, r134.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||11/30/2012|
[quote]I've always wanted a cross-over featuring Wally Cleaver and Bud Anderson.
We got close to it on today's FKB rerun, which featured an uncredited Frank Bank, AKA Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||11/30/2012|
R136, did he mercilessly pick on Kitten until she ran home crying? I still recall some DLer describing Lauren Chapin as looking like a shaved monkey.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||11/30/2012|
Rest assured, Tony Dow doesn't look like that now.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||12/01/2012|
Tony Dow was the hottest thing whn I was growing up If you look at his early pictures he was Hoooot things change as did ii and poor Walley
|by Anonymous||reply 139||12/04/2012|
Wally was the hotest thing to walk in the 60s god damn was he hot
|by Anonymous||reply 140||12/04/2012|
Wally syre was hot as hell when he was young and full of testosterone
|by Anonymous||reply 141||12/11/2012|
Someone put Never Too Young up on YouTube
|by Anonymous||reply 142||12/11/2012|
Never Too Young, really sucked. The acting in the commercials was better.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||12/11/2012|
OP = The hand of Elmo
|by Anonymous||reply 144||12/14/2012|
for the 50s and 60s wally was the hotet hunk arond
|by Anonymous||reply 145||07/09/2013|
please post more pictures of Tony Dow Please Thanks tugboat queen
|by Anonymous||reply 146||08/09/2013|
Back in our day, before men and boys bodies got defined flawlessly the way they are now, that Wally shot would have been perfection. Still is to me.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||08/09/2013|
YUM. First crush and they just don't make 'em like that any more.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||08/09/2013|
Hey, guys, like my new vest? I think it brings out the Peter Lawford in me.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||10/09/2013|
Thanks to Wally Cleaver, Robbie Douglas, and Ricky Nelson, I was quite sure of my sexual wants at a very early age.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||10/09/2013|
oh and add Sandy Ricks to that list....
|by Anonymous||reply 151||10/09/2013|
The rumor going around a long while back was that Ken Osmond aka Eddie Haskell had become a porn actor by the name of John Holmes or Johnny Wadd and had unleashed his 11 inch cock into the land of a different type of beaver.
He kept denying it, but the rumor persisted.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||10/09/2013|
Another hottie was Chester Anderson (Buddy Hart), he was as handsome and hunky as Wally.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||01/30/2014|
Wally and Chester both has firm delicious asses. The scene in the barbership really shows them both off.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||01/30/2014|
Wally and Beav were doing dinner theatre in KC about 30 years ago and they came to the police department where I worked with a couple of good looking prostitutes. They wanted a tour of the place and of course the cops loved that they were there and seemed to enjoy the fact that Wally and the Beav were there with call girls as well. It was like a party for all of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||01/30/2014|
Hmmm....I don't remember Chester Anderson. Any photos?
|by Anonymous||reply 156||01/30/2014|
I met Wally and Beaver at a dinner theatre in Indianapolis about 1980. Shook their hands and got their autograph. It was a real thrill.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||01/30/2014|
Chester was in 15 episodes. He was charming and sexy. They should have featured him more.
|by Anonymous||reply 158||01/30/2014|
As a teen (2 years younger than Wally) I was madly in love (lust) with him. Chester was in the shaving episode, barbershop, and when the boat sinks with Beaver in it.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||01/30/2014|
He was SO gorgeous. Yes, he made me realize I liked boys. Esp. If they cld look like him!
If you like this be sure to look up the LitB episode called "Found Money".
When Wally starts rocking on the bed doing his exercises you...well, you'll forget your name. AND..forget to breathe!
|by Anonymous||reply 160||01/31/2014|
That's Wallace to you
|by Anonymous||reply 161||02/15/2016|
Why did they get rid of Judy Hensler and replace her with Penny Woods? Bad move. Also, too bad that Rusty Stevens [Larry] left the show because Gilbert wasn't as funny as Beaver's best friend.
Most hilarious scene-- Beaver tells his friends that Ward was a war hero but when he and Wally check Ward's war trunk, they find only engineering tools. So Wally decides Beaver can fool the friends by taking a 'letter' written during the war from Ward to June . Wally writes the fake letter:
"Dear June...I'm sitting here with my submachine gun waiting for the enemy to arrive. Me and all the other brave men have been sitting here on Wake Island for two weeks. Last night I captured 65 prisoners single-handedly and the general said 'Good going, Ward'. He said he wished he had a lot more men like me....."
That letter cracks me up every time.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||02/15/2016|