Kewpie Doll Pinball By D. Gottlieb & Company of 1960 at
The last Gottlieb woodrail pinall machine made.
Pinball Glass features a shooting gallery at the fair or
amusement park. The guy is trying to win a doll for his girl.
Guns and girls....interesting theme...
Coin door art. The small device under the plunger is a manual ball lift.
The ball apron and a reminder not to gamble.
Inside the single player back box.
Playfield detail #1
Pop bumper area.
Full playfield view.
Full game photo.
Above Photos Courtesy of Roy Finch
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FROM THE INTERNET PINBALL DATABASE
October, 1960 / 1 Player
Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company
Model Number: 172
Production: 950 units
Theme: Carnival - Shooting Gallery
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Gobble holes (2).
Design by: Wayne Neyens
Art by: Roy Parker
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