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In addition to containing all three of Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future films, this box set contains a wealth of extras that give viewers a look at the making of the beloved sci-fi franchise.
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In addition to containing all three of Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future films, this box set contains a wealth of extras that give viewers a look at the making of the beloved sci-fi franchise.
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Special Features

Tales from the future six-part documentary featuring all-new interviews with the cast and crew; The physics of back to the future; Deleted scenes; Michael J. Fox q&a; 7 Archival featurettes: including the secrets of the back to the future trilogy; Behind the scenes:; Nuclear test site ending storyboard sequence; Original makeup tests; Outtakes; Production design; Storyboarding; Designing the DeLorean; Designing time travel; Hoverboard test; Evolution of visual effects shots; Designing the town of hill valley; Designing the campaign; Photo galleries; Music videos: including "the power of love" by Huey Lewis and the News; Audio commentaries with director Robert Zemeckis and producers Bob Gale & Neil Canton; Back to the future: the ride experience the universal studios theme park attraction, including lobby monitor and preshow footage
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Gregory Baird
The legendary DeLorean sports car makes one stylish, streamlined time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy, the '80s classics from director Robert Zemeckis Forrest Gump. The first of the series is the strongest, telling the story of young Marty McFly Michael J. Fox, a small-town teen in 1985 who takes an accidental trip back to 1955 in a time-traveling DeLorean built by eccentric, white-haired mad scientist Doc Christopher Lloyd. Through a series of comedic missteps, Marty inadvertently keeps his parents Lea Thompson and Crispin Glover from falling in love, thereby threatening his own existence. Quite simply, this is the best time-travel film ever made, and it revels in Marty's fish-out-of-water 1980s take on 1950s Eisenhower-era innocence. With their self-assured handling of clever plot twists and time-travel paradoxes, writers Zemeckis and Bob Gale earned an Oscar nomination for Best Screenplay. And while the plot ticks with Swiss-watch precision, at the film's heart is an appointment with destiny, a single moment that sets the pattern for all the characters' lives, expressed eloquently in the film's central image of a tower clock stopped for 30 years by a bolt of lightning. Back to the Future Part II careens 30 years into the future where the DeLorean has been made to fly before Marty and Doc return to a nightmarish alternate 1985 with shades of It's a Wonderful Life that that can only be repaired by another trip back to the '50s. Labyrinthine time-travel complications are the name of the game in Part II, capped off by a brilliant reprise of the tour-de-force climactic sequence of the first film. Back to the Future Part III catapults Marty and Doc back in time to the Wild West of 1885, where fun and games with genre conventions -- cowboys, Indians, and gunfights -- and a little romance Mary Steenburgen is introduced as Doc's true love replace the plot complexities of the first two films. Fox and Lloyd anchor this series: Fox's boyish charm and energy is completely in sync with the film's buoyant spirit of fun, while Lloyd's archetypal portrayal of a mad-but-loveable scientist stands, along with his stint on Taxi, as the signature work of his career. And while only the original Back to the Future can be considered a true masterpiece, the sequels have a refreshing unpredictability that puts the trilogy as a whole -- along with the Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies -- at the pinnacle of post-Hollywood New Wave blockbuster fun.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2010
  • UPC: 025192068171
  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: 25th Anniversary Edition / Wide Screen
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 5:44:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Fox
Christopher Lloyd
Technical Credits
Robert Zemeckis Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Main Titles [4:13]
2. Late For School [2:33]
3. The Slacker [4:57]
4. The Family McFly [6:18]
5. A Time Machine? [10:07]
6. Escape to the Past [3:18]
7. 1955 [7:09]
8. Dad the Dork [2:41]
9. Calvin & Lorraine [6:30]
10. Future Boy & Doc [7:59]
11. Marty's Problem [2:56]
12. The Matchmaker [6:26]
13. Skateboard Hero [7:20]
14. The Big Date [4:02]
15. The Real George [3:34]
16. Johnny B. Goode [7:08]
17. Back to the Future [3:48]
18. Doc's Decision [10:27]
19. Future Shock [5:00]
20. Roads? (Credits) [4:42]
Disc #2 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Back From the Future [2:57]
2. Main Titles [1:20]
3. Hill Valley, 2075 [8:26]
4. Marty Junior? [4:24]
5. Batter Up! [4:07]
6. The Almanac [5:42]
7. The Future McFlys [7:15]
8. Chicken [4:16]
9. Past Imperfect [7:40]
10. My Father? [4:22]
11. An Alternate 1985 [4:56]
12. About That Book [2:03]
13. Back to 1955 [3:53]
14. Biff's Lucky Day [5:43]
15. Back to the Dance [7:31]
16. Get That Book! [13:13]
17. Back to Normal? [6:42]
18. A Letter From 1985 [3:02]
19. I'm Back! [2:51]
20. End Titles [2:48]
Disc #3 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Back Again [2:50]
2. Main Titles [2:10]
3. A Letter From Doc [7:40]
4. Doc's Destiny [3:07]
5. Back to 1885 [6:25]
6. Client Eastwood [7:48]
7. Mad Dog [3:12]
8. Reunited [4:28]
9. Out of Gas [4:09]
10. Clara [8:48]
11. The Town Festival [6:15]
12. Trouble With Tannen [9:26]
13. The Course of the Future [9:56]
14. Late For A Train [4:21]
15. Showdown [:36]
16. Racing Against Time [9:12]
17. Back to Normal [11:45]
18. Marty's Choice [3:47]
19. Meet the Family [2:00]
20. End Titles [3:44]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
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   Bonus Features
      Deleted Scenes
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         Peanute Brittle
         "Pinch Me"
         Doc's Personal Belongings
         "She's Cheating"
         Darth Vader (Extended Version)
         "Hit Me, George"
         "You Got a Permit?"
         The Phone Booth
      Tales From the Future: In the Beginning
      Tales From the Future: Time to Go
      Tales From the Future: Keeping Time
      Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
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      Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
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   Languages
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         English 5.1
         Español 5.1
         Français 5.1
         Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
         Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
      Subtitles
         English Sdh
         Español
         Français
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Disc #2 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
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         Old Terry and Old Biff
         "Dad's Home" (Extended Version)
         Pizza Scene (Extended Version)
         Jennifer Faints (Extended Version)
         Old Biff Vanishes From Car
         Burned-Out High School
         Marty Meets Dave
      Tales From the Future: Time Flies
      The Physics of Back to The Future With Dr Michio Kaku
      Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
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      Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
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         English 5.1
         Español 5.1
         Français 5.1
         Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
         Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
      Subtitles
         English Sdh
         Español
         Fraçais
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Disc #3 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
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   Bonus Features
      Deleted Scene
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         The Tannen Gang Kills Marshal Strickland
      Tales From the Future: Third Time's the Charm
      Tales From the Future: The Test of Time
      Back to the Future: The Ride
         Play All - Enjoy the Complete Ride Experience as Seen at the Universal Theme Parks
         Lobby Monitor - View Footage That Time Travel Volunteers Saw While Waiting In Line For the Ride
         The Ride - Go Directly to the Introduction and the Ride Itself
      Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
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      Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
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   Languages
      Spoken Language
         English 5.1
         Español 5.1
         Français 5.1
         Q&A Commentary With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale
         Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton
      Subtitles
         English Sdh
         Español
         Français
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Disc #4 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
   Bonus Features
      Back to the Future Behind-The-Scenes & Archival Featurettes
         The Making of Back to the Future
         Making of the Trilogy: Chapter One
         Michael J Fox Q&A
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            How He Got the Role
            The Character of Doc
            Working On a Film and TV Series at the Same Time
            Shooting Back to the Future Parts II and III Together
            Deloreans
            Special FX and Stunts
            The Appeal of Back to the Future
            Shooting Back to the Future
         Original Makeup Tests
         Outtakes
         Nuclear Test Site Sequence
            Play With Commentary By Producer Bob Gale
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         Photo Galleries
            Production Art
            Additional Storyboards
            Behind-The-Scenes Photographs
            Marketing Materials
            Character Portraits
      Back to the Future Part II Behind-The-Scenes & Archival Featurettes
         The Making of Back to The Future Part II
         Making the Trilogy: Chapter Two
         Outtakes
         Production Design
         Storyboarding
         Designing the Delorean
         Designing Time Travel
         Hoverboard Test
         Evolution of Visual Effects Shots
         Photo Galleries
            Production Art
            Additional Storyboards
            Behind-The-Scenes Photographs
            Marketing Materials
            Character Portraits
      Back to the Future Part III Behind-The-Scenes & Archival Featurettes
         The Making of Back to The Future Part III
         Making the Trilogy: Chapter Three
         Outtakes
         Designing the Town of Hill Valley
         Designing the Campaign
         Photo Galleries
            Production Art
            Additional Storyboards
            Behind-The-Scenes Photographs
            Marketing Materials
            Character Portraits
      The Secrets of the Back to The Future Trilogy
      Music Videos
         Huey Lewis and the News "Power of Love" Music Video
         ZZ Top "Doubleback" Music Video
      Theatrical Trailers
         Back to the Future Theatrical Teaser Trailer
         Back to the Future Part II Theatrical Trailer
         Back to the Future Part III Theatrical Trailer
      FAQs About the Trilogy
      Join Teamfox
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      English Sdh
      Español
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  • Posted October 17, 2010

    Back to the Future Trilogy

    One of the most amazaing movies of all time.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2011

    Back to the Future...again!

    I just watched the Back to the Future Trilogy on the 25th anniversary blu-ray release, and I hadn't cracked up that much in a long, long time. I was seven years old when the movie came out in theaters in 1985, and there are so many reasons why watching the whole triology again was so much fun. First of all, it's just such a great film series to watch. It's just as much fun today as the first day I saw it (and then proceeded to watch again and again and again). The acting is just fabulous. The story is really character driven. Even though it's got time travel and some cool effects, it's really about the character Marty, Doc Brown, and the whole gang. The actors really make the characters come to life, but also take it a step further so that they're almost caricatures but at the same time grounded, realistic, and believable. Marty is just that typical teenage kid that any American adolescent can connect with, so you just can't help but join him on his wild and crazy adventures. Doc Brown is totally that fun crazy scientist that every kid wishes was their uncle. Biff and all his incarnations is that burly and perfectly stupid bully that everyone just loves to hate. Then there's Marty's parents, so very Mom and Dad yet so vulnerable and human at the same time. The soundtrack is just so epic and perfect. I think putting this big-sound, epic-fantasy music mixed with 80's hip style really made it feel like an adventure in your own backyard. Next, it's just so awesome to see the 80s again. This film really captures the sensibilities of it's time, and I guess having been released in 1985, right in the smack middle of the 80s, really made it a marker, a touchstone of the times. I was in elementary school throughout the 80s, so I really felt just like a kid again watching it. The experience seeing it at 32 was oh-so-nostalgic of 3rd grade. I grew up with the generation of kids that sat in front of their tubes (not YouTube) watching G.I. Joe, Smurfs, Transformers, Rainbow Brite, and My Little Pony. Sure, it's fun to have seen Transformers and G.I. Joe in live action movies today (and I'm a little terrified of the Smurfs film coming up), especially when you go back to those cartoons today and think "Wow, I had low standards back then", but it's such a trip that a movie like Back To The Future is just as great to watch now as it was then. In fact, having become a writer and gotten to know the process of film making and how impossible it is to pull off a great film, I feel like I appreciate it so much more today as a masterpiece of entertainment and story-telling. Finally, the time-travel experience is absolutely perfected for me personally by the fact that this film was shot all in Los Angeles County. I grew up during the 80's in Whittier, CA, and the external high school scenes were shot at Whittier High School. Also, the mall parking lot where Marty blasts off into the past in the suped-up DeLorean was shot at the Puente Hills Mall, my neighborhood mall in my pre-teen and teen years. Seeing the footage of the mall when Robinsons and JCPenny were still there really took me back. And I noticed the Fudruckers that had turned into a Barnes and Nobles and marveled at the fact that that same Ross store is still there! The parking lot looked almost exactly the way it looks today. 25th anniversary indeed!

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  • Posted December 15, 2010

    still waiting

    placed my order on 11/26 and it still hasnt arrived. finally received an email saying my order was shipped on 12/9, but its been 6 days and it still hasnt made it out of the state of kentucky. so much for "item usually ships within 24 hours" and "estimated delivery time 2-6 days". i wont be ordering from B&N again, would recommend you dont either.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Another great buy

    The best trilogy of the past.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Having all three movies in one kit is great.

    Michael J. Fox makes this rather strange trio of Sci Fi entertaining beyond belief. Doc is a character and Lea Thompson is sexy mom.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy

    i have always wonderd can time travel be possible? i mean in back to the future he went back in time that would be amazing if you could travel back in time or go into the future so is time trave possible? maybe it is

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy

    Back to the future is one of the greaset movie of all time the box set has 3 great back to the future dvds first one is Marty in 1955 the second one is Marty in the year of 2015 and the third one is Marty and Doc in the old west 1885 is the year My favorite one is Back to the future 1985 i was born in 85 Just imange if you could go back in time? back to the future is the best!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome movie

    Are you ready for a hilarious movie? Then watch back to the future. It is touching and you can get a good laugh out of it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    These movies are classic,Michael J. Fox,and Christopher Lloyd are classic too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Careful, they are still shipping misframed discs

    Although the close up image displays the 2005 re-release with the corrected framing for BTTF II and III, I received the 2002 release nonetheless. My order was in October of 2006, three years after this problem has been corrected by Universal. Recommend only buying these discs in person. You are looking for a square sticker on the cover. Round stickers indicate older misframed versions. Apparently the Universal returns program is still active ... but who wants to deal with the hassle? Very difficult to exchange these discs with Barnes and Noble as they are not in stock at most stores and the website is the source of the problem.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Thumbs Up to this Great Movie

    If was tremedously great one of those movies you enjoy watching over and over again i loved it!! Michael J. Fox was a great choice of an actor for this movie making it enjoyable everytime you watch it . It is wonderful for any age

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The set is great !!!

    I cant beleive how much fun one movie is. bACK TO THE FUTURE SET is something everybody should own, the story is funny even in the year 2004. I watched the whole thing again and again. the extra interveiw are fab . go and buy you wont regret.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BTTF a household favorite!

    Back to the Future is viewed... at least, one of them, every night. My brothers and I always stay awake, and Mom and Dad love putting it on. We watched all three at a sleepover I had. This is my favorite series ever.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    How to tell defective box set from the correct one?

    Anyone know if the set they are selling here is the correct V2 version of the boxset?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    3 Classics

    The ''Back To The Future'' trilogy is one one of the best trilogys ever because it's got the two things every movie should have: action and comody.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Just Plain Awesome

    The first time you watch these movies you think they're allright, but if you're lucky enough to watch the trilogy a second, third, or even more as I have, you realize how awesome it is. Although there were several years between the filming of the movies, the stories work perfectly (I have only found one flaw in the movies). You realize that they make references to the wild west in the first and second parts and they go there in the third part. The first movie never really finishes untill the end of part three. All three should be considered one movie since each on starts where the previous left off. THIS DVD IS A MUST GET! WILL MAKE THE PERFECT HOLDIAY GIFT!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Universal Mistake!

    I have to say that this series is a fun ride and exhilarating. For the first time ever we can now experience the series in its glorious Widescreen, that is if you can get past the fact that Part 2 and Part 3 are defective!!! Yes, universal released the box set with a misframing problem on parts 2 and 3! Do NOT buy the widescreen boxset unless you want a defective product! Universal already knows the problem exists and is planning on repressing discs 2 and 3 to fix the problem and send out replacement Discs in late February. Those of you as unfortunate as I to have bought the widescreen set already can get the address to send the defective discs to by emailing me!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A MUST SEE TRILIGY

    I think these movies are the bomb. i enjoyed these movies as a kid and now sence I'm retired i have time to watch many movies and I will enjoy watching these. I think everyone young and old to watch these movies expelshally sence they are in DVDs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    HELLO McFLY !!!!

    I bought this Trilogy for my 40something brother for Christmas. He was thrilled to receive it....Then he watched it with his kids (ages 12 to 18yrs.), he called me the next day to say how great it was to not only enjoy an old favorite (the trip down memory lane was a joy-ride) but to watch his kid's reactions and to have them enjoy it too!!! Anyone who enjoyed it back then should definitely pick this up, and if you now have kids to share it with it will be all that much more enjoyable!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It is about TIME the Trilogy comes back!!

    Since I was a little kid i have dreamed about haveing a deloran to travel in to time with. These movies have helped me get my dreams. A lonf time ago in 1996 my movie sold it's last Back to the Future VHS and I have not been able to find another copy of the movie...until now. These DVDs are the best movies out there. People should buy this and become a part of the movies.

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