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Old 04-04-2003, 09:42 PM   #1
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Question Happy Days in Black & White?

Now gang I apologize if this has been asked before, but I was wondering if Happy Days was ever originally in black and white?? Somehow I seem to remember that it was.. Most specifically the episode from season 1 called "Haunted".. Which BTW is my most favorite Halloween episode of Happy Days... Anybody care to sound off??
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Nope. Was never in black and white....A Few parts of The Roaring 20's Episode are, But thats it. Happy Days started in 1974...Basically everything went color before the 70's began.
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Thanks! Guess I'm just losing my mind! LOL
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Nope. Was never in black and white....A Few parts of The Roaring 20's Episode are, But thats it. Happy Days started in 1974...Basically everything went color before the 70's began.
Yeah. TV Shows all changed over to color in 65/66.
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Yeah. TV Shows all changed over to color in 65/66.


Yeah, like Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith, Dick Van Dyke I think, and someothers
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Yeah, like Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith, Dick Van Dyke I think, and someothers
Nope. The Dick Van Dyke Show was never in color.
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Nope. The Dick Van Dyke Show was never in color.

OH LOL it was black and white the whole run


Gilligan's Island was only B&W for its first season, Get Smart only the 1st episode was B&W
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