Leave It To Beaver

Leave It To Beaver (1957)

4 mistakes in season 2

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Beaver's Pigeons - S2-E20

Visible crew/equipment: As Ward and June are discussing the pigeons, the camera moves in for a close-up - and its shadow becomes visible on the left sleeve of June's dress.

00:11:40

Jeff Swanson
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Her Idol - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When Linda is up in the tree talking with Beaver, her hair braids keep changing position; sometimes they're over her shoulders and sometimes not.

00:05:00

Jeff Swanson

The Pipe - S2-E9

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Ward helps June carry the groceries into the house, the bag in his left arm has a loaf of bread sticking out of the top, but as they enter the kitchen the bread is sticking out of the bag in his right arm. It is not even the same size.

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Beaver's Hero - S2-E28

Continuity mistake: When Beaver and Wally are examining Ward's old trunk, two of the pictures of June taped to the inside of the lid go from being a couple of inches apart to right next to each other to apart again.

00:07:05

Jeff Swanson

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