(Topic ID: 176537)

How far back will they go?


By o-din

3 years ago



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“How far back will they go with licensed themes and still be able to keep on selling them?”

  • 1966- Batman TV Series proved this year is still viable for licensed pinball themes 0 votes
  • 1964- Munsters and Beatles, although not being sold yet, with all the hype, shows still not too far back 0 votes
  • 1959- Twilight Zone pinball sold over 15,000 units and is still very popular today 1 vote
    4%
  • 1958- Sea Hunt debuts with that ever popular pinball personality Jeff Bridges 1 vote
    4%
  • 1954- Father Knows Best and Lassie debut. Family friendly at it's finest. 1 vote
    4%
  • I'd like to see more 1970s themes. How are they missing the opportunity to cash in on such a great decade? 5 votes
    21%
  • 1930s- How is there not a big band, swing era music pin yet? 4 votes
    17%
  • 1913- We've got Mustang and Corvette, but now lets give the Model T it's due. 5 votes
    21%
  • Anything before the 20th century, please. 1 vote
    4%
  • 1949- We need a Lone Ranger pinball machine! 6 votes
    25%

(Multiple choice - 24 votes by 17 Pinsiders)

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#47 3 years ago

I think their next hit music pin could be the 1954 sensation, "The Drifters"

With a full color LCD, showing the details of each band member - in high definition - you'll flip your way to hours of fun, with a playfield designed by John Borg, and Lyman on code- you know you will want this.

Premium: $8900
LE: $9900
Super LE: $25,000 (if awarded opportunity to buy)

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#77 3 years ago

Civil War LE model.. count me in

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