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International Mutoscope Reel Company

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In the 1930 to 1950s, International Mutoscope, Doraldina Company, Genco, Mike munves and others had fortune tellers but they lost their voice.
These early units are known as the "clam shell" Mutoscope, as the outside has a large clam shell cast into the side of the unit. But in the 1920's, Bill Rabkin purchased the rights to manufacture Mutoscope machines again, and formed a new company called "International Mutoscope Reel Company". Then about 1950, Mutoscope changed to more post-WW2 style viewer box with a closed stand. Exhibit Supply, International Mutoscope, Bally, Scientific Machine and others followed by offering hand-crank models. There are plenty of other manikin arcade games too that are quite fun, like Chicago Coin's 1949 Midget Skee Ball, Mutoscope's 1948 Silver Gloves, and and Williams' 1957 Ten Strike and 1965 Mini-Golf. 3D Art Parade aka 3D Dimensional Theatre, Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown), came in either 5 or 10 "movie" systems. Basically a motorized timed slide show of sexy women. Used two slides, takes at slightly different angles, giving the viewer a very realistic 3-D effect! Ace Bomber, International Mutoscope, 1941, four anti-aircraft batteries shoot at a moving airplane. Air Defense, International Mutoscope, 10/40, actually made by C.R. Kirk & Company and distributed by Mutoscope, same concept as Chicago Coin's Jet Pilot (5/59). Air Fighter, Kasco, 1970. Atomic Bomber, International Mutoscope, 8/46, came in a couple different versions using different backglasses. Bag Puncher, Mills Novelty Co., date unknown, bagpuncher is a strength type boxing and punching game, very similar to Mill's earlier Punching Bag and Mutoscope's Punch a Bag / Deliver the Punch (1910) and Exhibit Supply's Punch the Bag (1941) and Sega's Punching Bag (1960s). Drop Kick, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown). Fishing Well, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown). Fist Striker, Exhibit Supply, date unknown, a strength tester. Flying Saucers, International Mutoscope, 7/50. Hurdle Hop, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown, miniature bowling/skeeball game. K.O. Champ, International Mutoscope, 9/55, KO Champ is a manikin boxing game under a dome. Lift-O-Graph (Monkey Lift), International Mutoscope, 1938, a monkey strength tester where the patron tried to get the monkey up as high as possible on the pole. Lord's Prayer, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown), a vendor good luck metal dispenser which gives the looks and sound it is making a engraved metal (but is actually just dispensing a pre-made token). Movie Viewer, American Mutoscope & Biograph Co., 1895 to 1909 (American Mutoscope) & 1926-1950s (International Mutoscope), peep show movie viewer. Play Hockey, International Mutoscope, 1940. Radar Rocket, International Mutoscope, 1940s (exact date unknown), similar cabinet to Mutoscope's Atomic Bomber. Rock 'N Roll, International Mutoscope, 1956, Rock and Roll is a ball maze game. Silver Gloves, International Mutoscope, 1948, two players, manikin boxers fight each other (boxing), one control moves the fighter forward and back, the other control swings the fighter's arm, when a fighter is knocked out by a hit to the chin, the manikin actually falls down for the count, three knock outs and the other player wins. Tungo the Clown, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown), strength tester game. Voice-O-Graph, International Mutoscope, 1957, a record recording booth (similar to a photo booth) that lets the patron make an actual 6" record which could be played on any record player. Electric Traveling Crane, International Mutoscope, 1933. The Magic Finger, International Mutoscope, 12/34. Red Top Crane, International Mutoscope, 1935. Rotomatic Novelty Merchandiser, International Mutoscope, 1930s (exact date unknown), claw type digger. Cross Country Race, International Mutoscope, 10/48, two player. Drive Mobile, International Mutoscope, 3/41, try and drive the Drive-Mobile across the map of the highways of the United States. Drive Yourself Road Test (Drivemobile), International Mutoscope, 6/54, while you sit on the seat and steer, the seat moves in the direction turned. Tank, International Mutoscope, 1943, a revamp of Mutoscope's Drive Mobile (3/41). Tokyo Raider, International Mutoscope, 1943, a revamp of Mutoscope's Drive Mobile (3/41). Career Pilot, International Mutoscope, 1938, a personality tester, much like Mutoscope's Love Pilot. Cleveland Grandma fortune teller, 1929-1932 William Gent Vending Company and later International Mutoscope. aka Cleveland Grandma or Cleveland Grandmother. Glorified Glamour Girls Card Vendor, International Mutoscope, 1950s (exact date unknown). Love Pilot, International Mutoscope, 1938, a personality tester, much like Mutoscope's Career Pilot. Love Teller, International Mutoscope, 1/38, a personality tester. Mystic Mirror, International Mutoscope, 1920s (exact date unknown), fortune teller. Mystic Swami fortune teller, International Mutoscope, 12/54. Princess Doraldina fortune teller, Doraldina Corporations (Rochester NY), 1928, her chest moves as she breathes, and her eyes roll as she delivers a fortune. Zelda the Mysterious fortune teller, International Mutoscope, 4/55, often confused as a Mike Munves fortune teller, Zelda was actually made by Mutoscope. Zelda the Mysterious fortune teller, International Mutoscope, 4/55, often confused as a Mike Munves fortune teller, Zelda was actually made by Mutoscope. Ace Bomber, International Mutoscope, 1941, four anti-aircraft batteries shoot at a moving airplane. Bang-O-Rama, International Mutoscope, 4/57, 45 caliber handgun gun game. Shootamatic, International Mutoscope, 7/34, shoot targets to drop prizes into the hopper. Shoot the Bartender, International Mutoscope, 1939. Sky Fighter, International Mutoscope, 3/40.


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