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Capersville (Bally, 1966) VP912

VP9 Bally EM Recreation Capersville (Bally, 1966) VP912 v1.0 [FS][B2S]

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Capersville (Bally, 1966) VP9.12 v1.0 [FS][B2S]
IPDB No. 431
December, 1966​
5,120 units (confirmed)​
Zipper Flippers [?]
Notable Features:
Zipper Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Mushroom bumpers (6), Slingshot (1), Kick-out holes (2), Multiball (3). Left ball kicker lane shoots ball to top of playfield. Upper right ball return gate delivers ball to a four-step captive ball alley before returning it to the ball shooter lane. This feature carries over from game to game. There is only one slingshot on this game, next to the left flipper. The lower cabinet measures 52 inches long and 22 inches wide. The front is 16 inches high and the rear is 20 3/4 high to the top of the pedestal.​
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'Capersville' features 3-ball multiball play, used earlier on Bally's 1963 'Star-Jet'. A special version was also produced for Germany.

Artist Jerry Kelley later revealed that his inspiration for the art for 'Capersville' was the 1965 French detective movie "Alphaville" starring American actor-singer Eddie Constantine, i.e. the man in the backglass!​
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