Dancing Lady [Model 232]

The Pinball by Gottlieb & Co.

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[COIN-OP] Pinball

Dancing Lady [Model 232] © 1966 Gottlieb.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURE :
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Dancing Lady [Model 232] the  Pinball
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Model Number : 232

TRIVIA

Dancing Lady was the first pinball machine to have these features :
1) decagon score reels
2) score card holder with ball-in-play and game-over lights

Dancing Lady was the first Gottlieb machine to adopt these features already in use by other manufacturers :
1) triple coin chutes
2) all-stainless steel front molding (lock-down bar)
3) playfield carousel roto-targets, a feature already appearing on Chicago Coin's 1966 'Festival'.
4) automatic ball-lift, a feature already in use by Bally, Chicago Coin, and Williams. Keeney also used it right up to their last game "Colorama" in November 1963.

2,675 units were produced.

STAFF

Design by : Ed Krynski
Art by : Art Stenholm

SOURCES
Machine's picture (bossyman15)

Page last modified on January 07, 2009