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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.
because all my mothers childhood pictures are in black and white- I actually used to believe that colour was a modern day thing and everything in the world was black and white before colour was 'invented' ha!! rediculous
I used to believe that the world used to be black and white in the olden days as all the pictures of the olden days were on the tv in black and white. I was born in the age of colour tv and it didn't occur to me that they didn't have colour pictures.
when i was little i believed my dad when he told me that he was black and white and then one day they invented colour and he got it from the shops. well all the photoes of him were black and white.
I use to think polka dot was a color.
I once thought that the world used to be black-and-white, before color was invented. This was evidenced by old black-and-white movies. My dad set me straight when he pointed out that dinosaurs were in color.
Because of old movies and photos, I thought that everything used to be black and white.
when i was little i use to think that coz all photos and films in the past were black and white, that the world was actually black and white as well!! im mad i know but i use to think that they saw black and white! i was only little.....
I used to believe that the advent of color movies / television coincided with the discovery of color itself. I thought that the real world was colorless prior to the 1930s.
When I was young and found out about black and white televisions, for years after I believed that the world was actually black and white and then turned colour. I found out about those TV's at primary school and just found out the truth when I was 14...oh the shame Im 18 now and ashamed to admit my mistake, hehe
When I was 5 I used to watch a lot of Nick at Night with all the old My Three Sons, Dick Van Dike, Mister Ed etc. I asked her why they were in black and white and she told me that everything was black and white back then. I there for believed the WHOLE world was in lived in black and white until color tv came out.
I used to believe that people only saw in black and white until the 1950's because that's when color came to television.
I used to believe that the world was greyscale up until the late 40s. All the movies from before then were black & white (I had seen alot of them, my parents are big marx bros fans)
then one day I asked my dad "Back when the world was black & white, what color was the ocean?"
It was about a year or so before i realized why he was laughing so hard.
I used to believe that the whole world was black and white, and then one day, the world became multicolored, just like in the wizard of oz.
i used to that the whole world used to be in black and white as the only records of the "past" i ever saw were black and white photos and tv programmes
When I saw black&white pictures of people in the past and stuffes, I thought the whole world was that color, and that the movie 'The Wizard of Oz' brought the world to color.
Like in one Calvin and Hobbes comic, my dad told me that the pictures that are black and white are in color, but the WORLD was black and white. A few years later, I went out to a film shop. I was shocked to see black-and-white film there.