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  • Kathleen  ★ Anderson

    Old school "screen saver" ... late late night TV!

  • Janet King

    why is there an american indian in full-feathered head-dress ?

  • Moira Johnston

    TV Test Pattern - used to see this a lot when the signal was lost. I also remember the TV "rolling" and had to be adjusted frequently. All TVs had a special dial for that purpose.

  • Tina Chillcott

    TV test pattern. Televisions signed off at midnight...for the night! I really do remember this!

  • Susie Padgett

    TV test pattern. Televisions signed off for the night! What memories this brings.

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