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RIP Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell)

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Every neighbourhood had an 'Eddie Haskell'.  The majority of the adults think he's a good kid, whereas the younger set knows he's a snot.  😁

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8 minutes ago, ChevyVanMiller said:

 

R..I.P.

 

One of the smarmiest characters ever on screen, especially for that era in American television. 😉

 

 

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Leave it to Beaver was, and still is, an awesome show.

 

RIP,  Eddie. 

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A character that lives on in American culture.  Right up there with Darth Vader and the Wizard of Oz. People who don’t know much about the show still know who Eddie Haskell is. 
 

RIP

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RIP

 

Thank you for your contribution to the entertainment industry

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Here’s an interesting clip of him essentially playing the Eddie Haskell character on a late-season episode of Happy Days.

 

 

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All the adults including my father called me Eddie Haskell growing up

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1 hour ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

Every neighbourhood had an 'Eddie Haskell'.  The majority of the adults think he's a good kid, whereas the younger set knows he's a snot.  😁

  The Beaver giving a eulogy would be interesting.  

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One of the greatest Television characters of all time. Especially for that era.

 

"Hey Wally, some dumb kid fell in the soup. Ha Ha Ha......Oh, good evening, Mr. Cleaver. Some poor innocent child is trapped up there."

 

Thank you, Ken Osmond, for all the laughs you gave us. RIP :(

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An ICON. May he RIP.

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2 hours ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

Every neighbourhood had an 'Eddie Haskell'.  The majority of the adults think he's a good kid, whereas the younger set knows he's a snot.  😁

 

If you don’t know who that was in your neighborhood, you just might want to look in the mirror!  :)

 

RIP

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Classic example  of "type cast."  I guess  the  mustache didn't help  that much as an LA cop.

 

RIP.

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Hey Wally, the Warden won't let ya out of the house?

 

Eddie Haskell was my favorite character.  RIP Ken.

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Rest in peace, Squirt!

 

Absolutely one of the best TV characters of the 1960s. So glad TVLand or whoever runs the old Beaver episodes (or have in recent times).

 

And so soon after losing Frank Costanza...

 

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2 hours ago, Mark Vader said:

One of the greatest Television characters of all time. Especially for that era.

 

"Hey Wally, some dumb kid fell in the soup. Ha Ha Ha......Oh, good evening, Mr. Cleaver. Some poor innocent child is trapped up there."

 

Thank you, Ken Osmond, for all the laughs you gave us. RIP :(

That's the only episode I remember seeing when it originally aired back in the early 60s.There a 3 D cup of soup on a billboard.  Someone dared Beaver to climb up and look in  He fell into it.

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