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Boop-A-Doop, 1932

Features: 7 balls for 1 cent. Wooden stand converts this counter top game to a table game.
Manufacturer: Pace Manufacturing Company Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1932-1933)
Date of Manufacture: March, 1932
Players: March, 1932 / 1
Year: 1932
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Machine Type: Pure Mechanical (PM) 
Notes: Besides this pinball machine, there is a vertical counter-top skill game called 'Boop-a-Doop' credited to Pace Mfg. Co with a date of 1932. The newspaper comic strip Blondie premiered September 8, 1930 and featured the character of good-looking Blondie Boopadoop as she dated various boyfriends, including the playboy Dagwood Bumstead, son of a rich railroad magnate. She and Dagwood fell in love and married on February 17, 1933 which by then Dagwood was disinherited from his father's wealth for choosing someone of a lower social status. In his new economic condition, Dagwood rented a house for themselves, rode the bus to work, and together they lived a humble lifestyle of love without money which was very appealing to Americans at this time of the Great Depression. The comic strip still runs regularly in newspapers today and is enjoyed around the world.
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