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.