Production: 869 units

Released: August, 1980

The backglass shows a tassell made of cords hanging above the girl’s left knee, tied to what looks like a loose-fitting belt. The lower playfield shows this same girl without her belt and tassell, yet on some playfields the bottom end of the tassell is inexplicably suspended over her left knee without showing the cords above it. Other games show this area seemingly painted over. It appears to be a goof that was caught during production and corrected. It is unknown to us how many playfields were made of each type.

The backglass carries the artist signature “JERI” which we believe was Geraldine Simkus, who worked at Advertising Posters.

SOURCE: Internet Pinball Database