When I was growing up we did not have a way of knowing what was on tv without a TV Guide so the little book would come in the mail if you subscribed or you could buy it at the store. MyTVLife spawned from the intrigue of learning what was on television and what people were talking about on the day you were born, got married, or graduated college.
Like the innate urge to find out where you came from gave rise to genealogy services, Gary believes people want to mark their life events with touchstones of American and cultural history. MyTVLife was created to share the joy of his collection with everyone.
I wanted to share with my mom what was popular when she was 11 years old as and this Commemorative Certificate 8.5" x 11" has the top movies at the box office, prime time schedule, top 10 shows that season, and notable fall premiers in 1962. The TV guide cover for May 11-17, 1963 was Don Knotts, Ronny Howard, and Andy Griffith.
My Opinion: My Mom or Dad will love this to see and remember what she used to watch as a kid.
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