Oh yeah.......we actually had to get up and walk across the living room
to change the TV channel.
We got three TV stations in good weather.....one if the wind was high, and NONE if it was rainy AND windy.
Transistor radios played only AM stations.
Phone "numbers" included letters (ours was something like STERling73209), party lines, and phones came in any color and style you liked......as long as it was black and had a rotary dial.
We still had air-raid drills......there was a Cold War on, you know.
Christmas lights only came in red, white, yellow, blue, orange, and green, and they burnt your fingers every time you touched one. They also burnt the dog's nose, which was funny because if you listened closely, you could hear a soft sizzling sound just before he realized they were HOT and jumped away, yapping crazily. :chuckle
You never saw Jeannie's belly button, married couples slept in twin beds, and people NEVER went to the bathroom on TV.