Back to the Future: The Pinball

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Back to the Future: The Pinball
BttfII PB.jpg
Manufacturer Data East
Release date June 1990
System Data East Version 3
Design Joe Kaminkow
Ed Cebula
Programming Rehman Merchant
Artwork Paul Faris
Music Brian Schmidt
Sound Brian Schmidt
Voices Fred Young[1]
Thomas F. Wilson

Back to the Future: The Pinball is a 1990 pinball machine designed by Joe Kaminkow, Ed Cebula and released by Data East, based on the Back to the Future motion picture trilogy.

Background[edit]

The game features three songs from the film saga, The Power of Love and Back in Time by Huey Lewis and the News from the first movie and Doubleback by ZZ Top from the third movie as well as Alan Silvestri's orchestral theme. Michael J. Fox refused to permit his image to be used to adorn the backglass of the game,[citation needed] so the replacement image of his character Marty McFly wearing sunglasses was portrayed by Brad Faris, son of Data East pinball artwork designer Paul Faris.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pinball Expo 2006". Pinball News. Retrieved 29 June 2017. 

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