October 17, 2010 by Post Team
Barbara Billingsley, Barbara Billingsley, June Cleaver television, died Saturday morning at his home in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 94. In the obituary of Mrs. Billingsley, published on the website of The Times, Michael Pollak writes:
From 1957 to 1963 and in the decades of repetition, the glamor of June, wearing pearls and high heels at home, you could count on to help her husband, Charles (Hugh Beaumont), get his son Theodore, better known as Beaver Mathers (Jerry) and his older brother Wally (Tony Dow), disengaged from countless minor jams, a crocodile in the basement of a horse in the garage.
… The real Barbara Billingsley, who had nothing but respect for June Cleaver, was a former model-actress race was married three times and spent most of his career as a single working mother (of two, by the way).
Yes, he recognized 40 years later, his role was an idealized reflection of the times. “We were the ideal parents because that is how I saw it,” he said, describing the show as the world as seen through the eyes of a child. (The Pearl, by the way, were there to cover a hole in the neck at first wore flats;. The heels were an attempt to remain higher than for growing children.)
After the show went off the air, Ms. Billingsley, then completely encased in June, as I saw some functions and concentrated on his family. His career was revived in 1980 by the comedy! “Airplane” Pollack writes that she played “a fresh passenger reported in the ‘swing’ with two black passengers Street -. A wry comment on his previous incarnation as the mother of United States white bread
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