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Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (5), Slingshots (2), Standup targets (2), Bullseye target (1). Backglass light animation (color roulette wheel). Drop-down cabinet. Sound: 3 bells, knocker.
Manufacturer: Unknown Manufacturer
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Players: 1
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Theme: Fantasy - Outer Space - Science Fiction
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: The images shown here are of a game that was disassembled before restoration was performed. Some playfield parts were not available in these images. Reportedly, the manufacturer of this game is Automaticos (aka Talleres del Llobregat) but we have been unable to confirm this. Examples we have seen of this game have different cardholders, each without any manufacturer logo. One of the games pictured here does have a cardholder with the Automaticos logo but cardholders are easily taken from other machines. Also, the remainder of the art on that cardholder is not seen on the other known cardholders from that manufacturer and may be home-made. The coil wrappers on examples of this game apparently are not branded like on other Automaticos games. We have one report from a user recalling years ago seeing a plaque on the game indicating "Talleres del Llobregat" and dated 1967. Another user remembrance is of a plaque indicating "Automaticos del Sur" (South Automatics). A date of 1972 given us has not been sourced. The size of the coin door, the placement of the start button, and the drop-down cabinet does match that of Automaticos' 1970 '7-Up'. We are interested to receive copies of a manufacturer flyer, game manual, schematic, other manufacturer documentation, or a photo of the metal plaque from this game that will confirm the correct manufacturer and possibly a manufacture date or copyright date. Also, we are interested to know if the metal frames of the score reel mechanism carry the name 'Llobregat' on them. 'Barbarella' was a character in a French science-fiction comic strip created in 1962. The strips were published as a book in 1964 and adapted into a Hollywood movie in 1968.
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