In mid-1966 the Bally Pinball-Division did poorly after 2 successful years.
The huge success of Williams A-Go-Go released in May 1966 impressed Bally and they asked art designer Jerry K Kelley to do the art for their next Four-Player. Ted Zale designed the game, one of the known 77 games that he designed for Bally.
Capersville was produced for 7 months, became the most successful Flipper-Game for Bally ever and held this Position until 1973.
JKK from then on did Artwork exclusively for Bally until early 1969 when he left the Pinball-Industry.
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