[Note the two other Nutting employees who attended were Rod Geiman and Charles Fibian.]
A. Yes. He was the sales manager for Nutting.
Q. Do you recall what you saw at the demonstration?
A. No, I did not.
That's the end of the testimony I have from January, 1976. I also have depositions from 1974 and March 1976. I will probably start with those next time.
In the meantime, here are a few photos.
First, here's Bill Nutting from 1944:
Here are some marquees from some unreleased Bally/Midway games that I found on the web (I think the first two are from Arcade Heroes).
Speaking Willie Lump Lump, here's a picture of a promotional keychain for the game that sound designer Bob Libbe sent me.
Here is some concept art for Mothership and Earth Friend from Bill Kurtz's Encyclopedia of Arcade Video Games. At least Kurtz calls it concept art. The first one looks more like a marquee to me.
Here is some concept art for another unreleased game called TankMaze that artist Steve Ulstad sent me.
Finally, here is a cabinet for another unreleased Bally/Midway game called Aerocross. At least one is from Craig's List.