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Barbara Billingsley - Quotes

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Don't think your dreams don't come true, because they do. You'd better be careful what you wish for. And I truly and honestly - one day I am doing the 'Beaver' show and I said, 'This is the show I have always wanted to do.'

Don't think your dreams don't come true, because they do. You'd better be careful what you wish for. And I truly and honestly - one day I am doing the 'Beaver' show and I said, 'This is the show I have always wanted to do.'

I feel that I can't do certain things that have sent to me, scripts, because I think that really - I've been June Cleaver for so many years, because we went back, you know, and we did - 20-year hiatus we had - and we went back and made 105 new ones. And so I really feel very strongly that there are certain things I won't do. ---->>>

I have to tell you that June Cleaver had a job in 'The New Leave It to Beaver.' She did. Sure, she was a council woman. She went to work. She wasn't a sit-at-home grandma. She went out, got a job. ---->>>

People stopped me on the street and said 'I can't live up to you.' Of course, they're referring to June Cleaver. ---->>>

Yes, I always played the bad woman. I actually did. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 12-22, 1915
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Die: 10-16, 2010
Occupation: Actress
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Barbara Billingsley (born Barbara Lillian Combes; December 22, 1915 – October 16, 2010) was an American film, television, voice, and stage actress. She gained prominence in the 1950s movie The Careless Years, acting opposite Natalie Trundy, followed by her best known role, that of June Cleaver, the mother in the television series Leave It to Beaver (1957–63) and its sequel The New Leave It to Beaver (1983–89) (wikipedia)