Beaver Was Every Middle-Class Boy in America
The main character and focal point of Leave It To Beaver was Theodore “The Beaver” Cleaver. If you picture what the life of a boy from the middle class back in the 1950s and ’60s was like, The Beaver is one character who you can definitely imagine.
The Beaver’s idyllic childhood
The Beaver was a curious and sometimes naïve boy, and the show examined his adventures at school, in his neighborhood, and at home. It had other stars, such as the rest of his family members and friends, but there is no doubt that he was the focus of this wildly popular show. Life was simpler back in the fifties and sixties. People had fewer distractions and were content occupying themselves by reading books, riding bicycles, and playing old-fashioned games with friends. They didn’t have to worry about things such as cyber bullying because no one owned computers or had social media!
The Beaver was the focus of the show