The second season of Leave It To Beaver has arrived on DVD in decidedly less handsome condition than its predecessor. For reasons best understood by Universal or their telecine operators, there is far more grain in evidence in the full-screen (1.33-to-1)image in most of the episodes of Season Two of the series, than was ever seen in the Season One shows. It serves to make this package a little disappointing visually, though the merits of the scripts, acting, direction etc. still make this an enjoyable viewing experience overall -- just not everything it ought to be. The sound is strong, and each episode gets four chapters, corresponding with the breaks for credits and commercials; and the menu has been simplified from the prior volume, with smoother transitions from show-to-show and no trivia panels to interrupt the transitions. There are no bonus features in this package.