Leave It To Moms Beaver
Actress Barbara Billingsley, one of the stars of the television show "Leave It To Beaver" who portrayed June Cleaver, Beaver's mother, poses as she arrives at the first annual TV Land Awards which were taped in Hollywood March 2, 2003. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
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Actress Barbara Billingsley, seen in Santa Monica, Calif., in 2007, died Saturday at 94. She was known for her role as June Cleaver, the warm, supportive mother of a pair of precocious boys in the 1950s sitcom Leave It to Beaver. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption
Billingsley's own two sons said she was pretty much the image of June Cleaver in real life, although the actress disagreed. She did acknowledge that she may have become more like June as the series progressed.
In later years she appeared from time to time in such TV series as Murphy Brown, Empty Nest and Baby Boom and had a memorable comic turn opposite fellow TV moms June Lockhart of Lassie and Isabel Sanford of The Jeffersons on the Roseanne show.
After Billingsley signed a contract with Universal Studios in 1957, she made her mark on TV as June Cleaver in the sitcom Leave It to Beaver. It debuted on CBS in 1957 to mediocre ratings. It was picked up by ABC the following year and became a hit, airing for the next five seasons, and broadcast in over 100 countries. It also starred Hugh Beaumont as Ward Cleaver, June's husband and the kids' father, and child actors Tony Dow as Wally Cleaver and Jerry Mathers as Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver.
Billingsley, however, questioned her character's reactions to the Cleaver children's misbehavior, basing her concern on personal experience as the mother of two sons. As co-producer Joseph Connelly explained: "In scenes where she's mad at the boys, she's always coming over to us with the script and objecting. 'I don't see why June is so mad over what Beaver's done. I certainly wouldn't be.' As a result, many of Beaver's crimes have been rewritten into something really heinous like lying about them, in order to give his mother a strong motive for blowing her lady-like stack."
Returning to TV, she appeared on episodes of Mork & Mindy and The Love Boat. In 1983 she reprised her role as June Cleaver in the Leave It to Beaver television movie titled Still the Beaver in 1983. Hugh Beaumont had died the previous year of a heart attack, so she played his widow. She also appeared in the revival of the series The New Leave It to Beaver from 1985 to 1989. During the run of The New Leave It to Beaver, Billingsley became the voice of Nanny on Muppet Babies from 1984 to 1991. For her performance as Nanny, she was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series in 1989 and 1990.
After The New Leave It to Beaver ended its run in 1989, Billingsley appeared in guest roles on Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Empty Nest, and Murphy Brown. She also reprised her role as June Cleaver in various television shows, including Elvira's Movie Macabre, Amazing Stories, Baby Boom, Hi Honey, I'm Home!, and Roseanne. In 1998, she appeared on Candid Camera, with June Lockhart and Isabel Sanford, as audience members in a spoof seminar on motherhood. Billingsley's final film role was as Aunt Martha in the 1997 film version of Leave It to Beaver. She made her final onscreen appearance in the 2003 television movie Secret Santa.
Beaver is feeling horny, so he whips out his meat and starts masturbating. His mom walks in on him and can't help but admire how big her son's dick is, but she flees before Beaver can finish and inspect his hands that are covered in cum. Mom confronts dad to let him know that Beaver has been playing with his dingaling. Dad agrees to go talk to Beaver, but ultimately that leaves Beaver more confused. He decides to invite Emily over to talk it out with her. Eventually he offers to just show her.
When Beaver slides his fuck stick all the way into Emily's tight snatch, they both realize they've never enjoyed themselves quite so much before. Now that they've awakened those urges, they can't resist trying other positions. Emily enjoys doggy style, but she really finds it orgasmic to ride Beaver's stiffie until he fills her with a creampie of hot man milk. Emily leaves with a big smile, and Beaver joins his dad on the couch to brag about doing just what dad said by putting his milk in her flower. As he's stumbling through his explanation, Beaver unintentionally reveals that his mom has been fucking the milkman.
June Cleaver, ostensibly a typical housewife and mother, was in fact a domestic embodiment of the goddess Athena. Remaining calm amid household tumult, she provided crucial guidance to her sons while shielding them from nefarious outside influences with a matronly force of will that symbolized the power of Aegis.
Looming above the weekly clash of characters was the monumental presence of Ward Cleaver, a Solomon-like figure of quiet dignity who dispensed parental justice tempered with understanding. But perceptive viewers knew his furrowed brow and clenched jaw were hints of serious inner turmoil, clearly reminiscent of the anger toward society and unfulfilled economic dreams that tormented Willie Loman in "Death of a Salesman." 041b061a72