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Wizard!

Wizard! was released in May of 1975. It was designed by Greg Kmiec. The art work was done by Dave Christensen.

This is the only Electrical/Mechanical pinball machine that I have owned to date. I liked the fact that it was the first pinball machine to use a licenced theme from a movie. We all know what that started.

Wizard! was inspired by the 1975 Hollywood movie 'Tommy' and included likenesses of Roger Daltry and Ann-Margret on the backglass.

This was the last Bally EM game to have its knocker located in the lower cabinet. It was moved to the backbox in subsequent EM games.

 

   
     

Credits Card
  Information from the Internet Pinball Database

Wizard! / IPD No. 2803 / September 06, 1974 / 4 Players

Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983) [Trade Name: Bally]
Project Date: September 06, 1974
Date Of Manufacture: May, 1975
Model Number: 1027
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
Production: 10,005 units (confirmed)
Theme: Playing Pinball
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Flip flags (4), Kick-out hole (1).

     
         
  Wizard! Flyer
Front - Back
  An instruction card can be found at
Ken's Instruction Cards
 
 
300 DPI
(Very Large Files)
     

 

The Flip Flags in the upper right of the playfield are pretty cool.

  Pictures-      
lower playfield mid playfield upper playfield cabinet art
  Machine    
         

 

It fit in a Honda Fit!