Actor Jerry Mathers, best known as Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver, still has fans calling him "The Beav" after all these years. Yet, he never gets tired of hearing it.
"As an actor, you never get sick of your fans 'cause without them, you're nothing, so I always love it," Jerry says.
StarCam caught up with him at the Classic Film Festival Cabaret Premiere and he talks about how Leave It to Beaver is still watched today all over the world.
"It shows in 47 languages, in about 126 countries," he says. "It's the longest running show in television history; it's never been off the air since 1957."
He was enjoying the festival and looking forward to watching Cabaret again.
"I saw it actually in the movie theater when it first came out," Jerry says. "I think it's a very interesting show because it shows the decadence of Germany right before the war… people know about Hitler but they don't realize how decadent Europe was at the time."