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Back to the Future III [1990]
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Director:Robert Zemeckis
Writer:Bob Gale
Composer:Alan Silvestri
Length:118 minutes
(1 hour 58 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:6.9/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:72%
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Synopsis: Marty heads to the old west to save Doc Brown.


Reaction: The quality comes back up in this episode with plenty of fun and entertainment.


Personal Rating: 8/10

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Robert Zemeckis => Director
Bob Gale => Writer
Alan Silvestri => Composer
Burton Gilliam => Colt Gun Salesman
Christopher Lloyd => Dr. Emmett Brown
Donovan Scott => Strickland's Deputy
Dub Taylor => Saloon Old-Timer #1
Elisabeth Shue => Jennifer Parker
Flea => Douglas J. Needles
Harry Carey Jr. => Saloon Old-Timer #2
Hugh Gillin => Mayor Hubert
James Tolkan => Chief Marshal James Strickland
Jeffrey Weissman => George McFly
Lea Thompson => Maggie McFly / Lorraine McFly
Marc McClure => Dave McFly
Mary Steenburgen => Clara Clayton
Matt Clark => Chester the Bartender
Michael J. Fox => Marty McFly / Seamus McFly
Pat Buttram => Saloon Old-Timer #3
Richard Dysart => Barbed-Wire Salesman
Thomas F. Wilson => Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen / Biff Tannen
Wendie Jo Sperber => Linda McFly

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In the scene where "Mad Dog" tries to lynch Marty, Michael J. Fox was accidentally hanged, rendering him unconscious for a short time. He records this in his autobiography Lucky Man.
  • Not counting the time Doc traveled by himself, the DeLorean spent nearly 71 years (on its own time scale) from its first time travel to its destruction.
  • Clint Eastwood was asked for permission about his name being used for Marty in the film. Eastwood consented and was said to be tickled by the homage.
  • This movie actually contains Christopher Lloyd's first on-screen kiss.
  • Clara can be seen behind Marty and Doc while looking at the map at the train station.
  • On November 12, 1955, between the time Biff arrived (or 6 am, whichever came later) and 6:38 pm (the time he left), there were four DeLoreans present in Hill Valley (ordered from its point of view): (1) The instance when Marty was trapped in 1955 in the original movie, (2) the instance when Biff came to 1955 to give himself the almanac, (3) the instance when Marty and Doc came back to 1955 to take the almanac back, and (4) the instance when Doc abandoned it in the mine for Marty to take home.