Anything but TILT: The Pinball Museum
Watch out Smithsonian Institution! The Washington region's newest museum celebrates Pinball - that wonderful cacophonous American game of skill that's been capturing and reflecting popular culture for more than seventy years.
David Silverman, curator of the National Pinball Museum, talks about the historical significance of the game "Saratoga" and clarifies the difference between "flippers" and "bumpers."
Silverman talks about the artwork of Charles Leroy Parker and the significance of one game - "Cheerleader" - to the history of pinball: