Holiday Gift Idea: A Beatles Pinball Machine

Can Santa fit this in his sleigh?

Beatles fans can put a Beatlemania Pinball machine on their list to Santa Claus this year, but it’s going to cost the elves about $10,000 to make the magic happen.

1964 units will be produced in recognition of the year the Fab Four first appeared on The Ed Sullivan show. The game  features iconic introductions by Ed Sullivan along with custom speech and callouts by Hall of Fame disk jockey, Cousin Brucie. Nine songs from that era are provided as a backdrop to the pinball action, including: “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Ticket to Ride,” “All My Loving,” “Help,”
“Drive My Car,” “It Won’t Be Long,” “I Should Have Known Better,” and “Taxman.”

The machine comes with four flippers, eleven drop targets, eight stand-up targets, multiple skill shots, two opto-spinners, a ball-catching magnet and a magnetic spinning record disc in the center of the playing field.

To order–look online at The Beatles Store.