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Fan Dancer, 1942

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Manufacturer: Glickman Industries, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1942-1944)
Date of Manufacture: February, 1942
Players: February, 1942 / 1
Year: 1942
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: 'Fan Dancer' was a converted game for Chicago Coin's 1940 'Roxy'. Initially, Glickman would perform the conversion for the operator, adding a new backglass and new bumpers, and repainting the cabinet. By June of 1943, they advertised it only as a conversion kit, where the operator could order the backglass and new plastic bumpers, or just the backglass. The earliest reference we have found for this game is Billboard Feb-7-1942 page 78. The manufacturer made pin games prior to this one as the Glickman Company.
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