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 think that all movies were color to begin with, but became black and white when they got old. So, when I was watching "Dr No" on TV and my Dad said he saw it in the theatre, I asked him if it was better in color.
I remember asking my mother when I was about five years old, "how old were you when the world turned colour?" I had seen black & white movies from the 1950s, & knew my mother was born before that, & thought that watching the world turn colour would have been pretty cool.
I used to believe the world was in black and white before colour movies were invented.
That the world was black and white before the invention of colour television. It didn't occur to me that technology increased, i thought the world just evolved
I used to believe the world before I was born was literally black and white and all the people were gray. This was based on all the black and white TV shows they showed when I came home after school like Leave it to Beaver, The Munsters, etc.
I used to think that the world was black and white before color T.V. was invented. Imagine my surprise when I saw color photos of my parents when they were young kids!
i use to believe that the world use to be black and white till they found colors to use and colored the world![ only from watching t.v.!!]
Not a belief of mine, but something I got my son to believe when he was about 5.
We were watching the Wizard of Oz, and when we got to the part where the world changes from black&white (OK, sepia) to full glorious Technicolor, my son became a little confused by this.
Now, I'm a bit of a prankster (which is a bit like saying water is a bit wet) and I do so like a good story, so conditions were perfect for a wee spot of invention just then.
I told him what happened was the world used to be in black and white, but, right during the filming of the movie, the world changed to color.
My son was very interested in numbers, so he asked when the film was made. I told him "1938".
He thought for a second, and then said, "Didn't you say grandpa was born in 1933 ? That makes him the same age as me when the world changed to color."
After praising him for his awesome subtraction skills, I said "Yep. Grandpa was the one who told me all about it. You should ask him the next time we visit."
As luck would have it, my brother's daughter had a christening about a month or two later at which the entire extended family gathered.
Yes. Yes, he did.
"So, Grandpa, what was it like when the world changed from black and white to color when you were my age ?"
Needless to say, Grandpa was a tad confused, but #1 son forged on ahead, explaining how "well, Grandpa, when you were 5, that was 1938 because Dad says you were born in 1933, the world changed from black and white to color, and there's proof because the movie the Wizard of Oz was made in 1938, and you can see it happen right there. Dad explained it to me."
Oh, dear, I did have rather a time explaining that one away. #1 son thought it was pretty funny, but Dad was less amused.
WEN I WAS BENG LITTLE I USED TO ASK MUTHER IF SHE WAS BENG IN WORLD OF BLACK AND WIHTE..SHE SAYS NO AND I THINKING HOW BENG THE WORLD GREY THEN?? BUT IT NOT..SO DONT THINK WORLD IS BENG GREY THEN BECOS IS NOT! (JUST I N CAS U ARE WONERING!)
When I was little I used to think that the world used to be black and white from watching old black and white TV shows! I once asked my Mom when the world started to turn colors and she set me straight.
When I was younger, I used to think that the whole world was in black and white until about the 70's (because almost everything I saw on TV about back then was in black and white)
I used to believe that the world was truly black and white in the 1950s, because all the old television shows were. I also believed that my grandmother's ancient television set was tuned to the year 1955-ish. We were only there on Sunday afternoons when the only things on television were old black and white movies.
Because of black and white photos and films, I used to believe that in the 'olden days', they didn't have colour because it wasn't invented yet.
I used to think that the world was black and white because that's all you ever saw of it in pictures and whatnot. One day i asked my dad "when did the world become color?" he laughed..
when I was 9, I found a Brown and white picture of my mammow when she was 4. I asked if back then if the world was brown and there was no color!!
i use to believe that old people lived in a real black and white world like on tv...one time i asked my dad what it was like when everything was black and white and when everything changed to color.
I was born in the 80s, and when I was young I thought that when tv shows/movies were in black & white that was how the whole world was, and colors weren't invented until the 60s, when color tvs appeared.
when i was little i thought that before i was born when there was black and white tv that life was in black and white
i used to believe that the world was black and white and one day the whole world just became colored....kind of like Pleasantville, however that film wasn't made yet
when i was little i believe that people in black and white movies or film back then is color blind. i believe that they cant see color. and now they do in color movies and i ask my parents that is there world have a blue sky.