We present a complete set of yearly seasonal light curves (LC) of RS CVn obtained from 1963 to 1982 at Catania Observatory, integrated with two LCs obtained by Ludington (1978) in 1975 and 1976. This unique observation set vividly shows (Figure l) the migrating outside of eclipse “photometric wave” (PW), which was first evidenced by Catalano and Rodonò (1967) and it is now considered the distinctive photometric feature of RS CVn binaries as well as of other spotted stars. By attributing the PW to surface inhomogeneities, or spots, whose visibility is modulated by the spotted star rotation, the present PW migration toward decreasing orbital phases indicates that the angular rotation of the KOIV spotted component is slightly lower than the orbital one. An inspection of Figure 1 readly shows that the almost sinusoidal PW has been fairly stable from 1963 up to 1981, when a double-peaked wave, still present in the 1982 LC, developed. Most probably the “unusual” 1949 LC by Keller and Limber (1951) and the 1976 one by Ludington (1978) were obtained at a similar activity phase.