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Old 02-16-2011, 09:54 PM   #16
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A little hard to believe it, but Bob Denver once stated that his role on the short-lived Dusty's Trail series was his favorite of all.

I've heard that too, although I've never seen Dusty's Trail.



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It's been commented that the writers of Leave It to Beaver drew upon their own childhoods from decades before -- I don't think I'm making too keen an analysis by suggesting that some of the same type of vibe was going into giving Dobie an old-fashioned feel...!

Of course, some things like teenage romance and parent/child relationships do have some timeless aspects, and I think that kind of stuff will always hold viewers' interest in older series, even as the decades pass.

I see your point. They probably did have writers using their own teenage experiences as storylines which would make it more old fashioned. Also, much of the show is timeless which helps keep the appeal today.

I really wish this was available on DVD. I would buy it immediately!
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I didn't realize I had replied to this before but I'm happy to see that the eps are on ME-TV. The only bad thing is that they don't list the episode titles or descriptions. But it's still hilarious after all these years.
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