Humpty Dumpty Pinball By D. Gottlieb & Company of 1947 at
The first pinball machine with flippers!
A classic Pinball Glass with the king and what appear to be an almost
all female staff.
Upper playfield view of this pinball machine.
Middle playfield view of this pinball machine.
Lower playfield view of this pinball machine.
Coin door view.
Full side artwork view.
This game has tons of flippers and they are in very different
configurations than we are used to in modern pinball games.
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FROM THE INTERNET PINBALL DATABASE
October 25, 1947 / 1 Player
Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company
Model Number: 1
Production: 6,500 units
Theme: Fictional Characters
Notable Features: Flippers (6), Scoring bumpers (10), Kick-out holes
(2). Backglass stop-motion
light animation (Humpty Dumpty falls).
Design by: Harry Mabs
Art by: Roy Parker
Notes: Flippers were already used on many games prior to 1947, but they
"manually-operated" bats used on baseball games, one to a playfield.
'Humpty Dumpty' is the
first pinball machine manufactured with flippers that were
electromechanical. Harry Mabs, a
Gottlieb employee, invented the EM flipper.
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