1934 Bally Action pinball

Description: Action, Bally, 12/34, balls falling in the Action hole pops up at the top of either side alley. Subsequent balls alternate between left and right alleys. Each side alley has progressive scoring holes with diverters to route successive balls to the next higher scoring hole. A ball falling in the Release hole at bottom of playfield becomes a captive ball kicked upwards inside the center enclosed area. A ball that does not immediately score a hole in this captive ball area falls into the Repeat hole to be kicked back into this area until it does score. A ball falling in Release hole returns all Outhole balls to the player for shooting into play.

Designed by Harry Williams and also sold by his company Automatic Amusements (but Bally sold the majority of this game since they had better manufacturing facilities.) Electro mechanical pinball.

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