The world was black and white before colour photographs and colour TVThis section contains beliefs all on a common theme: The world was black and white before colour photographs and colour TV. Show most recent or highest rated first or go back to history.
I used to believe that in the olden days, people saw everything in black and white not just the t.v and also that each genaration it soped from colourful back to black and white!
When I was a kid, all the old movies were in black and white, so I used to think the whole world had no color in the past.
I used to think that the people I saw in black and white movies/tv shows could only see in black and white, and not in color!
When I was younger and would see old black-and-white photos of my grandmother, I used to think that the world really WAS in black-and-white back then!
From watching early TV shows, ie Honeymooners or old news reels, I actually thought the entire world itself use to be in black and white, and not until the 50's did everything come into color.
Ok, I was a kid ... I used to believe before, all the world before 1960 was in black and white ... that was the colors I saw on photos and black and white movies... I thought that people during World War 1 would see all in black and white ... their clothes were black and white ... (I still have the same feeling today at times ...)
Fun thing is that I thought even before (prehistory...) all was in colors ... due to hollywood movies ... but 1850-1960 all was in black and white .. go fig ...
When I was very young I was fascinated looking at picture albums in black and white. So I thought that the world must have been black and white before my time!
I once asked my Grandmother if the world used to be in black and white because all of the older television shows were in b/w.
after watching "the wizard of oz" i thought kansas was black and white and the rest of the world was color!
i used to believe that life before 1950 was all in black and white...
When i was child i believed that before the color TV come in every thing was black and white in real life as well. It was color tv which brought the color to the real life as well.:)
When I was young, I looked at my mums photos of when she was a kid, they were black and white, then i saw some photos of her as a teenager and they were in colour but of a bad quality. I asked why her kid photos were black and white and why the colour photos were not so good. she explained but i didn't understand. So i asked my dad and he told me that the world used to be black and white, and then colour slowly came into the world. i thought that was a resonable answer, lol. until i learn't otherwise.
in my childhood when i used to watch any black and white movie i used to think that the world used to be black and white in real and then later on GOD sent the colours ...:D
i used to belive tht when my grandparents were born they world was black and white and only came coulerfull when my mum was a kid
When I was little, I saw some black and white movies. I thought the only colors back then were black and white. I also thought there were only black and white crayons and markers.
Well old movies used to be in black and white, and when I was little, I believed that the world and everything in it used to be all black and white.
When i was little I saw old movies in black and white,and though in the time those movies were made real life was acually black and white
For the first 8 years of my life I thought that old photographs were Black and White because history was.
I was 8 in 1968 when we got our first color tv and my dad bought a polaroid camera that took color pictures. I felt so sorry for my mom and dad because when they were kids the whole world was black and white! Proof positive was in all those photos they kept in the album.
After looking at my grandma's old photos, I firmly believed that the world used to be black and white. I thought that one day, a butterfly came along and spread colour through the world. I was about ten when my nan realised why i always refered to 'the black and white days' and explained to me that it was simply cameras that had been black and white...