Back to the Future Part II

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Things have barely settled from the excitement and resolve of the original Back to the Future, when in pops that crazy inventor Dr. Emmett Brown Christopher Lloyd with news that in order to prevent a series of events that could ruin the McFly name for posterity, Marty McFly Michael J. Fox and his girlfriend are whisked into the future to the year 2015, where Marty must tangle with a teen rogue named Griff, who's obviously the descendant of Biff, the first Future film's bully. Marty foils Griff and his group when ...
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Things have barely settled from the excitement and resolve of the original Back to the Future, when in pops that crazy inventor Dr. Emmett Brown Christopher Lloyd with news that in order to prevent a series of events that could ruin the McFly name for posterity, Marty McFly Michael J. Fox and his girlfriend are whisked into the future to the year 2015, where Marty must tangle with a teen rogue named Griff, who's obviously the descendant of Biff, the first Future film's bully. Marty foils Griff and his group when he jumps on an air-foil skateboard that flies him through town at rakish speeds with the loser bullies beaten again. Marty gets a money-making brainstorm before hopping in the time-traveling DeLorean, and he purchases a sports almanac. He figures that back in 1985 he'll be able to place sure-fire bets using the published sports scores of the games that are yet to happen. Unfortunately for Marty, Dr. Brown disapproves of his betting scheme -- he feels too much messing with time is very dangerous -- and he tosses the almanac. A hidden Biff overhears the discussion about the almanac, sees it get tossed out, and grabs it. Thus begins a time-traveling swirl to make the head spin. Biff swipes the DeLorean, heads back to 1955, and with the help of the unerring almanac, bets his way to power. The now-altered "Biff world" has turned into a nightmarish scene with Biff the mogul, residing in a Vegas-styled pleasure palace and running everything. It's all our hero Marty can do to pull the pieces together this time, as he must jump between three generations of intertwined time travel. The end of Back to the Future, Part 2 introduces its sequel as the zany professor has already time-dashed away to the Wild West of the late 1800s and invites Marty into a new adventure.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/1/1992
  • UPC: 096898091435
  • Original Release: 1989
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael J. Fox Marty McFly, Marlene McFly
Christopher Lloyd Dr. Emmett Brown
Lea Thompson Lorraine
Thomas F. Wilson Biff Tannen/Griff
Harry Waters Jr. Marvin Berry
Charles Fleischer Terry
Elisabeth Shue Jennifer
Flea Needles
James Tolkan Strickland
Jeffrey Weissman George McFly
Crispin Glover George McFly in footage from BACK TO THE FUTURE, 1955
Casey Siemaszko 3-D
Billy Zane Match
J.J. Cohen Skinhead
Lindsey Barry Hoverboard Girl
Nikki Birdsong Loretta
Jennifer Brown Baseball Kid
David Harold Brown Starlighter
Tamara Carrera Jacuzzi Girl
Irina Cashen Baseball Kid
Tracy D'Aldia Jacuzzi Girl
John Erwin Radio Sportscaster
Casanova E. Evans Michael Jackson
Junior Fann Mom
Charles F. Fitzsimmons Biff Photo Double
Joe Flaherty Western Union Man
George "Buck" Flower Bum
Freddie Einstein
Lisa Freeman Babs
Charles Gherardi Ayatollah Khomeini
Angela Greenblatt Baseball Kid
Kevin Holloway Marty Photo Double
Shaun Hunter Harold
James Ishida Fujitsu
Jay Koch Ronald Reagan
Jason Scott Lee Whitey
Marty Levy Cab Driver
Rick Logan Data [2015]
Wesley Mann CPR Kid
Cameron Moore Baseball Kid
Judy Ovitz Anitque Store Saleswoman [2015]
Neil Ross Museum Narrator
Theo Schwartz Hoverboard Girl
Justin Mosley Spink Baseball Kid
John Thornton Video Game Boy
Lloyd L. Tolbert Starlighter [1955]
Tommy Thomas Starlighter
Darlene Vogel Spike
Al White Dad
Stephanie E. Williams Officer Foley
Elijah Wood Video Game Boy, Mickey
Granville "Danny" Young Starlighter
Technical Credits
Robert Zemeckis Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Arthur Schmidt Editor
Tony Brubaker Stunts
Neil Canton Co-producer
Rick Carter Production Designer
Ken Chase Makeup
Charlie Croughwell Stunts
Dean Cundey Cinematographer
Linda de Scenna Set Decoration/Design
Greg W. Elam Stunts
Don Elliott Special Effects
William Elliott Art Director
Mike Fenton Casting
Bob Gale Co-producer, Original Story, Screenwriter
Brad Jeffries Choreography
Joanna Johnston Costumes/Costume Designer
Martha Johnston Set Decoration/Design
Kathleen Kennedy Executive Producer
Harry Keramidas Editor
Karen Laine Stunts
Michael Lantieri Special Effects
Frank Marshall Executive Producer
Valorie Massalas Casting
Marjorie Stone McShirley Art Director
Gary Morgan Stunts
Ken Ralston Special Effects
Patrick Romano Stunts
Walter Scott Stunts
John-Clay Scott Stunts
Alan Silvestri Score Composer
Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Steve Starkey Associate Producer
Raymond Stella Camera Operator
Wes Takahashi Animator
Judy Taylor Casting
R.L. Tolbert Stunts
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted November 20, 2010

    'BTTF2'-Most awesome time-travel movie ever!

    This is the best film in the entire Back To The Future Trilogy! Great screemplay, awesome casting, dazzling special effects, and triumphant music! Spectacular! Highly reccommended!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    real good just like the first one

    i have to admit that back to the future part 2 is just as good as the first back to the future this time the year is 2015 the future wow i would be 30 be then its amazing how they made the future devics for the mcfly family i wonder if the future will be just like that this movie is good well not as good as the orginal one but still in all good

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Best in the whole triology

    Back to the Future Part 2 is the sequel to the first movie. Although this time George Macfly is sent into the future of 2025 I believe. The plot alone is hard to really describe, other than George accidently alters the future and changes the past and the present. When he returns back to his own time he notices things are different.

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