Teacher’s Pet pinball Machine
The Teacher’s Pet Pinball Machine is a school surrounding the concept pinball game made in 1965 by Williams.
This is a challenging and fun pinball machine from the mid 60’s. It was designed by Steve Kordek who made many great Williams pinball games.
The following is from The Internet Pinball Database
|Manufacturer:||Williams Electronic Manufacturing Corporation (1958-1967) [Trade Name: Williams]|
|Date Of Manufacture:||December 16, 1965|
|Production:||1,600 units (confirmed)|
|Serial Number Database:||View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)|
|Theme:||Happiness – School|
|Notable Features:||Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Passive bumpers (2), Slingshots (2), Kick-out holes (4), Drop targets (2), Standup targets (2), Right outlane ball return gate, Backglass marquee. Drop-down cabinet. A gap exists between the flipper and adjacent slingshot disallowing cradling the ball with an energized flipper.
Maximum displayed point score is 9,999 points.
Replay wheel maximum: 27
Sound: 2 bells, knocker.
|Design by:||Steve Kordek|
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