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Sandra Padilla almost 3 years ago
maddie over 5 years ago
Hans Dovenspike almost 8 years ago
Hannah Proctor almost 8 years ago
Leave It to Beaver is a 1997 film that is a remake of the TV series of the same name. There are many in-jokes related to the original series within the movie. Beaver (Cameron Finley) gets his heart set on a Bike in the store window. He doesn't know how to get his parents to buy it for him. However, Eddie Haskell (Adam Zolotin) tells him that if he sucks up to his father (Christopher McDonald), by signing up for football, he will be sure to get the bike on his upcoming birthday. He signs up for football despite his small size, and is tackled and thrown to the ground many times during practices. On the first day of school five days later, Ward and June (Janine Turner) tell Wally to drop Beaver off and pick him up for a few days because he has never ridden his bike there before. At school Beaver sits behind a very pretty girl named Susan Acustis (Brenda Song) and has a very kind teacher named Miss Landers (Grace Phillips). After school Eddie asks Wally to come to the soda shop to see him...
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