Teacher’s Pet Pinball Machine




This is a classic electro mechanical Williams pinball machine.  Designed by Steve Kordek who designed most of the Williams EM pinball games.  It features drop targets.  The drop targets go up in score based on how many letters of Teachers Pet you spell out.


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
Model Number: 318
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) [?]
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 gateBackglass marqueeDrop-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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