Arcade in the 50s

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Arcade in the 50s


Photo booths become a national craze, letting best friends and puppy lovers take home a four-strip keepsake. Shuffle games move beyond bowling with Deluxe Shuffle Targette , Auto Test lets practicing drivers learn the rules of the road, and Two-Player Basketball puts a new one-on-one spin on the old Basketball Champ formula. And for the smallest tykes, why not let Peppy the Clown or his old pal Bimbo dance your cares away?

B
Baseball games
Basketball games (mechanical)
Bowling games

D
Digger/Crane/Claw games
Driving games (pre-video)

F
Foosball
Fortune Telling Machines

M
Mold-A-Rama

P
Pachinko
Peep Show Barrels
Peppy the Clown
Photo Booths

R
Recording Booth

S
Shuffle games (non-bowling)
Skee-Ball

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2 thoughts on “Arcade in the 50s

  1. I have some games. One is a Twin Twister, the second is Golden Gate, and the Third one is pinball. I was wondering on an idea on an estimate for how much they are worth. If not could you direct me in the right direction.

  2. /Users/kevinbutler/Desktop/252179724841_1.jpg/Users/kevinbutler/Desktop/351483243774_1.jpg/Users/kevinbutler/Desktop/131662579527_1.jpg/Users/kevinbutler/Desktop/291627726415_1.jpg I’ve added these images of movie mutoscope machines that I’ve seen being sold at a memorable seller’s website..I hope that You might add them to this section dedicated to “Peep Show Barrels”?

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