Eric Stoltz (who appeared in films like 'Some Kind of Wonderful,' 'Pulp Fiction' and played Rocky Dennis in 'Mask') was originally supposed to play Marty.
Those are Libyan terrorists we see in 'Back to the Future'!
That adorable sheepdog's name is Einstein (makes sense right?)
Marty used the classic designer's name, who was only 13 years old in 1955.
Enchantment Under the Sea is the theme...sexy, eh?
That famous Biff line ends with "And get out of here." We wouldn't hold it against you if you flubbed this one though.
Yes, believe it or not, the original 'Back to the Future' script had a refrigerator as the character's time machine.
Yup, despite being such a futuristic creation, it won't work over water!
Yep, Marty and Doc travel to the '50s again to ensure old Biff doesn't give the sports almanac to his young self.
That would be Huey Lewis and the News who performed that classic 'Back to the Future' track. Now go dust off your old CD!
'Part III' saw Marty traveling even further into the past...to 1885!
Here lies Doc Brown...and his tombstnoe read: "Shot in the back by Buford Tannen over a matter of 80 dollars."
Yes, the heartwarming souvenir was a cute snap of Marty and Doc at the clock tower.
The clever license plate read "OUTATIME."