Disk Jockey Pinball By Williams of 1952 at www.pinballrebel.com
The backglass jukebox is a cross between a Rockola and a Seeburg
Lower playfield view
Upper Playfield has holes similar to a Bingo machine
A classic woodrail pinball designed by Harry Williams
The score is kept by lights behind the glass
plyfield view of this very rare machine
Backglass view with a jukebox and a girl holding a 78RPM record
Another playfield view
Above Photos Courtesy of csskamusements in Dallastown, Pennsylvania
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FROM THE INTERNET PINBALL DATABASE
November 10, 1952 / 1 Player
Manufacturer: Williams Manufacturing Company
Model Number: 80
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
Theme: Happiness - Music - Dancing
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumper (1), Trap holes (15).
Combination bingo machine and pinball.
When bumpers 1 to 5 are hit in sequence, the backglass in-line score
awards are doubled.
Bumpers 1 to 7 hit in sequence score replay and lite side rollovers for
Design by: Harry Williams
Art by: George Molentin
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