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  • Beckaroo

    ...remember the color peacock on NBC announcing a show was in color...not all were... ALL of ours were b&w...we had no color tv. Poor underprivileged kids. Hahaha

  • Robin Stoen

    Remember the color NBC peacock announcing a show was in living color? Not all shows were.

  • Cindy Dutton

    Remember the color NBC peacock announcing a show was in color? Not all shows were....PLUS you had to have a color TV which very few people had

  • Patti Brabson

    The COLOR peacock symbol would announce that a show was in color... not all shows were, back in the 50s and early 60s.

  • Laurie Navan

    getting a color TV was a BIG deal... Remember the color peacock announcing a show was in color? Not all shows were!

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