Back to the Future Part III (1990)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 58 mins

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After the events of the first film, Doc Brown is accidentally transported to the west. Marty and Einstein use the Delorean to travel to 1885 after finding out that Doc dies in 1885 itself. Complications ensue when the Delorean is left with no fuel and Doc gets into a fight with the man who might be his killer.
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Did you know? The book "Billy Gibbons: Rock & Roll Gearhead" mentions that ZZ Top was hanging around the set, and was asked to be the town band. During one take, the camera broke. While waiting for the camera to be repaired, Michael J. Fox asked if they would play "Hey Good Lookin'", which they did. Afterwards, more requests were played. Two hours later, someone inquired if the camera had been repaired. Robert Zemeckis replied that it had been fixed for quite a while, he just didn't want to stop the party that had evolved. Read More
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as Jennifer Parker
as Maggie McFly / Lorraine McFly
as Chester the Bartender
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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.37:1
Stereoscopy:
No
Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: The Sugarland Express (English)
Referenced in: The Lone Ranger (English)
Trivia:
The book "Billy Gibbons: Rock & Roll Gearhead" mentions that ZZ Top was hanging around the set, and was asked to be the town band. During one take, the camera broke. While waiting for the camera to be repaired, Michael J. Fox asked if they would play "Hey Good Lookin'", which they did. Afterwards, more requests were played. Two hours later, someone inquired if the camera had been repaired. Robert Zemeckis replied that it had been fixed for quite a while, he just didn't want to stop the party that had evolved.

In the scene where Doc and Marty are at the drive-in preparing the DeLorean for the trip to 1885, Marty mentions Clint Eastwood and Doc replies, "Clint who?" In this shot, there is a movie poster on the drive-in's wall showcasing Revenge of the Creature (1955) and Tarantula (1955), containing some of the first film appearances of a young, then-unknown Eastwood. Marty even looks to and briefly points to the poster as he says to Doc "That's right, you haven't heard of him yet."

Clint Eastwood was requested permission for his name to be used by Marty in the film. He consented and was said to be tickled by the homage.