Cover Girl / IPD No. 580 / July, 1962 / 1 Player
Average Fun Rating:
|7.5/10 (15 ratings/12 comments) [ Add Your Rating! ]|
|D. Gottlieb & Company (1931-1977) [Trade Name: Gottlieb]|
Date Of Manufacture:
|2,100 units (confirmed)|
Serial Number Database:
|View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)|
|Glamour - Modeling - Women|
|Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), Gobble holes (2), Rollover buttons (2), Split standup target (1). End-of-ball bonus is 50 points. Wedge head.|
Maximum displayed point score is 1,999 points.
Replay wheel maximum: 26
Sound: 2 bells, knocker
|The blue 'Gottlieb' pennant in the upper left corner of the backglass is silkscreened to be illuminated from behind. However, the factory did not install a lamp in that area of the backbox insert nor did they drill a hole for one.|
Pictured here is a Sample game with serial number 1032 S and located in France. On the playfield, the arrow pointing to the left center target is white and with white numbers on blue circles. Production games have a blue arrow with blue numbers on white circles.
The backglass shows twelve girls. We note that the song "Calendar Girl" sung by Neil Sedaka reached #4 on the US Billboard chart in 1961.
This game is not to be confused with Keeney's 1947 'Cover Girl'.