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  • Daniela Moreno

    TV time | 1950s | kids Tv | stare | chill out | cool | old photo | black white | vintage | www.republicofyou.com.au

  • Lynn Ramsey

    ...Saturday morning cartoons in your pjs..?

  • Becci Biliti

    My Grandkids want to know what colors were on our TVs. I tried saying the colors were black and gray !

  • Mindeemelillo

    TV time, 1950s black and white tv.

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