Limited edition Beatles pinball machine takes fans back to 1964

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A promotional image for Stern Pinball's limited edition Beatles pinball machine. (Stern Pinball/Youtube)

A new Beatles pinball machine marking the Fab Four's iconic performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in America is to be released for collectors to buy.

A limited run of 1,964 machines will be produced in recognition of the year the Beatles first hit TV screens in the U.S. as part of the Stern Pinball, Inc., Ka-Pow Pinball, and Bravado Merchandising deal.

The game will feature eight hits, including "A Hard Day's Night," "Drive My Car," and "I Should Have Known Better," as well as iconic introductions by Ed Sullivan and "custom speech and callouts" by DJ Cousin Brucie, who introduced the Beatles when they played New York's Shea Stadium in 1964.

"We are very proud of this Beatles pinball machine that was produced in collaboration with our good friend, Joe Kaminkow," said Gary Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball, Inc. "We can't wait for players to experience Beatlemania when they play this game."