McQueen’s final movie. He plays Ralph ‘Papa’ Thorson, a real-life bounty hunter who wrote the book the movie was based upon. It’s got some humor in it... McQueen plays a terrible driver, going against his famous car driving skills.
Anyway, he walks into a bar looking for a bail jumper and we can spot a couple of pinball machines... a Toledo (Williams, 1975) on the left and a Royal Flush (Gottlieb, 1976) on the right:
The bartendress goes to warn the bail jumper (LeVar Burton), who is repairing a Gottlieb wedgehead in a back room... a Strange World (Gottlieb, 1978):
Or shall we say, attempts to repair... it becomes a running joke in the movie when LeVar’s always starting repairs of stuff... a TV, a toaster oven, etc... but never finishes them.