Star Trek, Bally, 1978.
Y’all there are so many Star Trek pinball machines.
In this one, Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Uhura, and probably Chekov (in the background) are dressed in blue jumpsuits that, if they really were tight enough to show off every muscle group, would probably be cutting off everyone’s circulation.
Kirk has multiple rib lines / muffin tops across his right side.
Spock looks furious.
They are all running around on a yellow landscape with a yellow sky, so considering the year they could be in LA’s smog.
A planet and the ship both loom in the sky to the upper right, which I think indicates everything is about to be torn up by gravity… which does align with the pinball playing experience.
Lethal Weapon 3, Data East, 1992. Licensed from the movie, the backglass is a bunch of illustrated scenes. I’d tell you more but I haven’t seen the movie so “guy and other guy stand together looking menacing, and then do so again, and this time one has a gun drawn” probably doesn’t cut it.
The topper is a big blue police-style light so that’s interesting at least.
Jurassic Park (Premium), Stern, 2019.
Velociraptors (which I still swear were Utahraptors) wander around a lush jungle outside the cracked-open gate to Jurassic Park. The Jurassic Park logo takes up most of the bottom right corner.
Iron Man, Stern, 2010. A minimalist period in backglasses, because the only thing here is a picture of Iron Man in front and Monger (the other iron man suit) behind him, almost but not quite back to back. Oh and a topper on the back box that looks like Iron Man’s power supply doohickey.
Game of thrones, 2015, Stern. Three cast members on the left, three on the right, stabby chair in the middle. Dragon topper leers at the player from a castle. If I actually had any idea who these people were I’d tell you more.