shown below is a VARIATION of the original Black Knight
flyer. I found this
one, inside my BK pinball machine. It's not in real good shape but it was still a joy to find.
There where three major changes.
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reflects the success of the pinball machine and may have
been smaller so that it could be inserted into a magazine.
Bill Kurtz offered the following information;
BLACK KNIGHT flyer you found, it was issued for the
original BLACK KNIGHT game, not for the Limited Edition
model. Remember that BLACK KNIGHT went into production
right after the 1980 AMOA show (in November of 1980) --
and stayed in production through the summer of 1981,
about seven months. There were several different flyers
produced to promote the game. And yes, this has also
happened with a couple of other Williams pinballs, most
notably FIREPOWER (which has three different flyers).
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