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In the 1960s, music videos were shown in coin-operated machines from a French company called Scopitone. Strange and somewhat exotic visuals were added to pop songs to draw viewers to the machines, which were introduced to the US in 1964. Collector’s Weekly talked to Scopitone film collector Bob Orlowsky, who not only gives us the history of these “visual jukeboxes,” but also shares some of the videos from those days.

In the 1960s, music videos were shown in coin-operated machines from a French company called Scopitone. Strange and somewhat exotic visuals were added to pop songs to draw viewers to the machines, which were introduced to the US in 1964. Collector’s Weekly talked to Scopitone film collector Bob Orlowsky, who not only gives us the history of these “visual jukeboxes,” but also shares some of the videos from those days.

5 ¢ Chicago Coin Goalee 2 Player Arcade Game

5 ¢ Chicago Coin Goalee 2 Player Arcade Game

photo booth

photo booth

Vintage film vending machine.

Vintage film vending machine.

Road trip

Road trip

Coin-operated arcade game, DeLuxe Bonus Target Shoot

Coin-operated arcade game, DeLuxe Bonus Target Shoot

Vintage Crazy Jukebox.

Vintage Crazy Jukebox.

Instant books! | 15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s

Instant books! | 15 Weird Vending Machines Of The '60s

1964c – Walking Wheel Stair Climbers – Meredith Thring

1964c – Walking Wheel Stair Climbers – Meredith Thring

Merchantman Digger Claw Machine, 1933

Merchantman Digger Claw Machine, 1933

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