Side note about the crowd scene plastic on Big Flipper, that is actually the 3rd time it has been used in this topic thread. Getting harder to find unique and good visual clues, that do not instantly give themselves away or not too hard where no one will find them unless one owns the game.
Hollywood, Williams, 1961
Quoted from pinwiztom:
Getting harder to find unique and good visual clues, that do not instantly give themselves away or not too hard where no one will find them unless one owns the game.
I agree, I like that you, myself and most others try to relate the next clue somehow to the previous clue, or keep a theme running like pirates (or Hollywood ). Occasionally a clue is gotten really quick or really stumps everyone for a long time, but I think most of them are in a happy sweet spot of a couple to few hours.
I will say that since I started playing this game, I have learned a lot of the history of pinball from you pinwiztom and others including some facts about designers, artists, pinball first, etc. and still feel like I have a lot to learn!
So, in keeping with the thoughts above, here is the next clue.
Easy Part - its a Williams (duh) and shares the same artist as Hollywood, George Molentin, who is credited with 157 projects, mostly with Williams with a career spanning from 1936 to 1980 (amazing).
I don't think I have send this pinball used as a clue before - probably because just about everything on it gives it away. But lets try.
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