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The Story of Pinball 2000
In 1998 pinball was dying, thanks to a saturated market and shrinking player base. Williams, the world's largest pinball manufacturer... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Duncan Brown ... Himself
Larry DeMar ... Himself
George Gomez ... Himself
Steve Kordek ... Himself
Louis Koziarz ... Himself
Pat Lawlor ... Himself
Jim Patla ... Himself
Roger Sharpe ... Himself
Lyman Sheats ... Himself

Cameron Silver ... Himself
Tom Uban ... Himself

Directed by
Greg Maletic 
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Greg Maletic 

Produced by
Greg Maletic .... producer
Original Music by
Skip Heller 
Film Editing by
Greg Maletic 
Other crew
Jason Scott Sadofsky .... production consultant


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Also Known As:
"Tilt: The Battle to Save Pinball" - USA (DVD title)
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USA:58 min
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Shades of Stewart Rattingboo, 2 November 2007
Author: exit38 from United States

Although eerily similar to some of Stewart Rattingboo's early efforts, this film manages to stand apart and alone from the usual documentary fare. The production values are quite meritorious and the soundtrack an aural feast. Shot in a melange of styles that include cinema verite' and film noir, the viewer is treated to the cinematic equivalent of a one-two punch. Duncan Brown really steals the show with his incisive comments , pithy sayings and overall bonhomie when addressing what is really a rather sad subject. The viewpoints expressed by the lesser figures featured in the film, while notable for their candor, are mere window dressing when compared to Mr. Brown's overall grasp of the big picture. A highly enjoyable film!

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