Back to the Future

00:00:23(CLOCKS TICKING)
00:01:31ANNOUNCER: October is inventory time,
00:01:33so right now, Statler Toyota
00:01:35is making the best deals of the year
00:01:37on all 1985-model Toyotas.
00:01:39You won't find a better car
00:01:40at a better price with better service anywhere in Hill Valley.
00:01:44That's Statler Toyota in downtown Hill Valley.
00:01:50NEWSCASTER: The Senate is expected to vote on this today.
00:01:53In other news, officials at the Pacific Nuclear research facility
00:01:57have denied the rumor that a case of missing plutonium
00:02:00was in fact stolen from their vault two weeks ago.
00:02:03A Libyan terrorist group had claimed responsibility
00:02:06for the alleged theft. (ALARM RINGING)
00:02:07However, officials now attribute
00:02:09the discrepancy to a simple clerical error.
00:02:12The FBI, which is investigating the matter, had no comment.
00:02:23(BUZZER BLARES)
00:02:58MARTY: Hey, Doc?
00:03:02Doc?
00:03:04Hello! Anybody home?
00:03:06Einstein, come here, boy.
00:03:07(WHISTLES)
00:03:09What's going on? Oh, God.
00:03:12Oh, Jesus!
00:03:14That is disgusting. Where the hell is he?
00:03:19(CLOCKS TICKING)
00:03:31(MACHINE HUMMING)
00:03:41(HUMMING GROWS LOUDER)
00:04:04(LOUD HUMMING)
00:04:15(ELECTRIC GUITAR NOTE PLAYS)
00:04:18(GRUNTS)
00:04:27(GROANING)
00:04:38Whoa!
00:04:42Rock 'n' roll.
00:04:43(ALARM RINGING)
00:04:51Yo. DOC: Marty, is that you?
00:04:53Hey. Hey, Doc. Where are you?
00:04:55Thank God I've found you.
00:04:56Listen, can you meet me at Twin Pines Mall tonight at 1:15?
00:04:59I made a major breakthrough, and I'll need your assistance.
00:05:01Wait a minute. 1:15 in the morning?
00:05:02Yeah.
00:05:03Doc, what's going on?
00:05:05Where you been all week? Working.
00:05:07Where's Einstein? Is he with you?
00:05:08Yeah, he's right here.
00:05:10You know, Doc, you left your equipment on all week.
00:05:13My equipment. That reminds me, Marty.
00:05:16You better not hook up to the amplifier.
00:05:17There's a slight possibility of overload.
00:05:19Yeah. I'll keep that in mind.
00:05:22Good. I'll see you tonight. Don't forget now.
00:05:241:15 a.m., Twin Pines Mall.
00:05:26Right.
00:05:27(CLOCKS CHIMING)
00:05:29(CLOCKS CUCKOOING)
00:05:34Are those my clocks I hear?
00:05:36Yeah, it's 8:00.
00:05:39Perfect! My experiment worked!
00:05:41They're all exactly 25 minutes slow!
00:05:45Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Doc.
00:05:47Are you telling me that it's 8:25?
00:05:50Precisely.
00:05:51Damn! I'm late for school.
00:05:58(MUSIC PLAYING)
00:06:54Jennifer. Marty, don't go this way.
00:06:56Strickland's looking for you.
00:06:57If you get caught, it'll be four tardies in a row.
00:07:02All right, come on. I think we're safe.
00:07:04You know, this time it wasn't my fault.
00:07:06The doc set all his clocks 25 minutes slow.
00:07:09Doc?
00:07:10Am I to understand you're still hanging around with Dr. Emmett Brown, McFly?
00:07:13(CLICKING TONGUE)
00:07:15Tardy slip for you, Miss Parker.
00:07:18And one for you, McFly. I believe that makes four in a row.
00:07:21Let me give you a nickel's worth of free advice, young man.
00:07:24This so-called Dr. Brown is dangerous. He's a real nutcase.
00:07:28You hang around with him, you're gonna end up in big trouble.
00:07:30Ooh. Yes, sir.
00:07:32You got a real attitude problem, McFly. You're a slacker.
00:07:36You remind me of your father when he went here.
00:07:38He was a slacker, too.
00:07:40Can I go now, Mr. Strickland?
00:07:42I noticed your band is on the roster
00:07:44for the dance auditions after school today.
00:07:46Why even bother, McFly? You don't have a chance.
00:07:49You're too much like your old man.
00:07:51No McFly ever amounted to anything
00:07:53in the history of Hill Valley.
00:07:57Yeah, well, history is gonna change.
00:08:01Next, please.
00:08:04(SYNTHESIZER PLAYING)
00:08:08Okay, guys, let's rock 'n roll.
00:08:12All right.
00:08:14We're the... We're the Pinheads.
00:08:18One, two, three.
00:08:20(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)
00:08:39Okay, that's enough. Thank you, fellas.
00:08:43Hold it, fellas.
00:08:45I'm afraid you're just too darn loud.
00:08:48Next, please.
00:08:52Bring up the next group, please.
00:08:56ANNOUNCER: Re-elect Mayor "Goldie" Wilson.
00:08:59Progress is his middle name.
00:09:01MARTY: "Too loud." I can't believe it.
00:09:03I'm never gonna get a chance to play in front of anybody.
00:09:06Marty, one rejection isn't the end of the world.
00:09:08I just don't think I'm cut out for music.
00:09:11But you're good, Marty. You're really good,
00:09:13and this audition tape of yours is great.
00:09:15You've gotta send it in to the record company.
00:09:17It's like Doc's always saying. Yeah, I know. I know.
00:09:19"If you put your mind to it,
00:09:20"you can accomplish anything."
00:09:23That's good advice, Marty.
00:09:25All right, okay, Jennifer.
00:09:26What if I send in the tape and they don't like it?
00:09:28What if they say I'm no good?
00:09:30What if they say, "Get out of here, kid. You got no future"?
00:09:33I mean, I just don't think I can take that kind of rejection.
00:09:36Jesus, I'm starting to sound like my old man.
00:09:38Come on. He's not that bad. Save the clock tower.
00:09:40At least he's letting you borrow the car tomorrow night.
00:09:44Check out that 4x4.
00:09:46That is hot.
00:09:48Okay. Back her up.
00:09:49Someday, Jennifer. Someday.
00:09:53Wouldn't it be great to take that truck up to the lake?
00:09:58Throw a couple of sleeping bags in the back.
00:10:02Lie out underneath the stars.
00:10:04Stop it. What?
00:10:07Does your mom know? About tomorrow night?
00:10:09No, get out of town.
00:10:11My mom thinks I'm going camping with the guys.
00:10:13Jennifer, my mother would freak out
00:10:15if she knew I was going up there with you,
00:10:17and I'd get the standard lecture about
00:10:19how she never did that kind of stuff when she was a kid.
00:10:21I mean, look, I think the woman was born a nun.
00:10:24She's just trying to keep you respectable.
00:10:27Well, she's not doing a very good job.
00:10:29Terrible.
00:10:30Save the clock tower. Save the clock tower.
00:10:34Mayor Wilson is sponsoring an initiative to replace that clock.
00:10:38Thirty years ago, lightning struck that clock tower
00:10:41and the clock hasn't run since.
00:10:43We at the Hill Valley Preservation Society
00:10:45think it should be preserved exactly the way it is
00:10:48as part of our history and heritage.
00:10:49There you go, lady. There's a quarter.
00:10:51Thank you.
00:10:52Don't forget to take a flyer.
00:10:53Right.
00:10:54Save the clock tower!
00:10:57Where were we?
00:11:00Right about here.
00:11:01(CAR HORN HONKING) MAN: Jennifer!
00:11:05It's my dad. I've got to go. Right.
00:11:07I'll call you tonight.
00:11:09I'll be at my grandma's.
00:11:10Here, let me give you the number.
00:11:18Bye.
00:12:02RADIO DISPATCHER: Bravo, Tango, Delta 6-2-9.
00:12:05Tow for impoundment. Any unit, please respond.
00:12:10Perfect. Just perfect.
00:12:17(INDISTINCT CHATTERING)
00:12:19I can't believe you'd loan me your car
00:12:22without telling me it had a blind spot.
00:12:24Blind spot? I could've been killed.
00:12:26Now, Biff, now, I never noticed
00:12:28that the car had any blind spot before when I would drive it.
00:12:32Hi, Son.
00:12:34BIFF: What, are you blind, McFly? It's there.
00:12:36How else do you explain that wreck out there?
00:12:38GEORGE: Biff, can I assume
00:12:41that your insurance is going to pay for the damage?
00:12:44My insurance? It's your car.
00:12:47Your insurance should pay for it.
00:12:48I wanna know who's going to pay for this?
00:12:50I spilled beer all over it when the car smashed into me.
00:12:52Who's gonna pay my cleaning bill?
00:12:53GEORGE: Ah...
00:12:54BIFF: And where's my reports?
00:12:56Well, I haven't finished those up yet,
00:12:58but I figured since they weren't due till...
00:13:00Hello? Hello? Anybody home? Huh?
00:13:04Think, McFly. Think! All right.
00:13:06I got to have time to get them retyped.
00:13:08Do you realize what would happen
00:13:10if I hand in my reports in your handwriting?
00:13:13I'll get fired.
00:13:14You wouldn't want that to happen, would you?
00:13:17Would you? Of course not, Biff.
00:13:19Now, I wouldn't want that to happen.
00:13:22Now, look. I'll finish those reports on up tonight,
00:13:25and I'll run them on over first thing tomorrow, all right?
00:13:28Not too early. I sleep in Saturday.
00:13:29McFly, your shoe's untied.
00:13:31(LAUGHING) Oh.
00:13:32Don't be so gullible, McFly.
00:13:34Got the place fixed up nice, though, McFly.
00:13:39I have your car towed all the way to your house
00:13:41and all you got for me is lite beer?
00:13:42(LAUGHS)
00:13:50What are you looking at, butthead?
00:13:55Say hi to your mom for me.
00:14:00I know what you're going to say, Son,
00:14:02and you're right. You're right.
00:14:05But Biff just happens to be my supervisor,
00:14:09(CAR DRIVING AWAY)
00:14:11And I'm afraid I'm just not very good at confrontations.
00:14:15But the car, Dad.
00:14:19I mean, he wrecked it. He totaled it.
00:14:22I needed that car tomorrow night, Dad.
00:14:25Do you have any idea how important this was to me?
00:14:27Do you have any clue?
00:14:28I know, and all I can say is, I'm...
00:14:31I'm sorry.
00:14:33Believe me, Marty, you're better off
00:14:35without having to worry about all the aggravation
00:14:38and headaches of playing at that dance.
00:14:42DAVID: He's absolutely right, Marty.
00:14:43The last thing you need is headaches.
00:14:47(LAUGHING)
00:14:48(BOTH LAUGHING)
00:14:54Kids, we're going to have to eat this cake by ourselves.
00:14:58Your Uncle Joey didn't make parole again.
00:15:01(LORRAINE SIGHS)
00:15:03I think it would be nice if you all dropped him a line.
00:15:06MARTY: Uncle "Jailbird" Joey?
00:15:08He's your brother, Mom.
00:15:10Yeah. I think it's a major embarrassment, having an uncle in prison.
00:15:14We all make mistakes in life, children.
00:15:16God damn it. I'm late.
00:15:18David, watch your mouth!
00:15:19You come here and kiss your mother before you go. Come here.
00:15:22Come on, Mom. Make it fast. I'll miss my bus.
00:15:26See you later, Pop.
00:15:27(EXCLAIMS) Time to change that oil.
00:15:30(LAUGHING)
00:15:33Hey, Marty. I'm not your answering service.
00:15:37While you were outside pouting over the car,
00:15:39Jennifer Parker called you twice.
00:15:41I don't like her, Marty.
00:15:43Any girl who calls up a boy is just asking for trouble.
00:15:46Oh, Mother, there's nothing wrong with calling a boy.
00:15:49I think it's terrible. Girls chasing boys.
00:15:53When I was your age, I never chased a boy or called a boy
00:15:56or sat in a parked car with a boy.
00:16:00Then how am I supposed to ever meet anybody?
00:16:03Well, it'll just happen.
00:16:06Like the way I met your father.
00:16:08That was so stupid. Grandpa hit him with the car.
00:16:12It was meant to be.
00:16:14Anyway, if Grandpa hadn't hit him,
00:16:18then none of you would have been born.
00:16:20Yeah, well.
00:16:21I still don't understand what Dad was doing
00:16:23in the middle of the street.
00:16:25What was it, George? Bird-watching?
00:16:27What, Lorraine? What?
00:16:30Anyway, your Grandpa hit him with the car
00:16:33and brought him into the house.
00:16:36He seemed so helpless,
00:16:41like a little lost puppy, and my heart just went out to him.
00:16:44LINDA: Yeah, Mom, we know. You've told us this story a million times.
00:16:47You felt sorry for him,
00:16:48so you decided to go with him
00:16:50to the Fish Under the Sea dance.
00:16:52No. It was the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
00:16:56Our first date. I'll never forget it.
00:16:59It was the night of that terrible thunderstorm, remember, George?
00:17:02(INDISTINCT CHATTER ON TV)
00:17:06Your father kissed me for the very first time on that dance floor.
00:17:11It was then that I realized
00:17:14that I was going to spend the rest of my life with him.
00:17:17(LAUGHING)
00:17:27(MUSIC PLAYING ON RADIO)
00:17:39(TELEPHONE RINGING)
00:17:46Hello.
00:17:47DOC: Marty, you didn't fall asleep, did you?
00:17:48Doc.
00:17:51No. No, don't be silly.
00:17:53Listen, this is very important. I forgot my video camera.
00:17:57Can you stop by my place and pick it up on your way to the mall?
00:17:59Yeah. I'm on my way.
00:18:26Einstein! Hey, Einstein, where's the doc, boy? Huh?
00:18:29(WHIMPERING)
00:18:31(MACHINE HUMMING)
00:18:35(GATE UNLOCKING)
00:19:10(ENGINE REVVING)
00:19:12(BRAKES SCREECHING)
00:19:24Doc!
00:19:26Marty! You made it!
00:19:28Yeah.
00:19:29Welcome to my latest experiment. This is the big one,
00:19:31the one I've been waiting for all my life.
00:19:33Well, it's a DeLorean...
00:19:34Bear with me, Marty. All your questions will be answered.
00:19:36Roll tape and we'll proceed.
00:19:38Doc,
00:19:39is that a DEVO suit?
00:19:40Never mind that now.
00:19:41Not now.
00:19:42All right. I'm ready.
00:19:44Good evening. I'm Dr. Emmett Brown.
00:19:46I'm standing on the parking lot at Twin Pines Mall.
00:19:48It's Saturday morning, October 26, 1985, 1:18 a.m.,
00:19:52and this is temporal experiment number one.
00:19:54Come on, Einie. Hey, hey, boy, get in there.
00:19:56That a boy! In you go. Sit down.
00:20:00Put your seat belt on. That's it.
00:20:03(GRUNTING)
00:20:06Whoa, whoa. Whoa.
00:20:07Okay.
00:20:10Please note that Einstein's clock
00:20:13is in precise synchronization with my control watch.
00:20:16Got it? Right. Check, Doc.
00:20:17Good.
00:20:21Have a good trip, Einstein. Watch your head.
00:20:29You got that thing hooked up to the car?
00:20:31(MACHINE HUMMING)
00:20:32Watch this.
00:20:33Yeah. Okay. Got it.
00:20:39Jesus!
00:20:45Not me! The car! The car!
00:20:47(TIRES SQUEALING)
00:20:55(ENGINE REVVING)
00:21:04If my calculations are correct,
00:21:07when this baby hits 88 miles per hour
00:21:10you're going to see some serious shit.
00:21:16(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:21:18(REMOTE CONTROL BEEPING)
00:21:31(RAPID BEEPING)
00:21:48Watch this. Watch this.
00:22:07(LAUGHS)
00:22:08What did I tell you?
00:22:1188 miles per hour!
00:22:17The temporal displacement occurred
00:22:19exactly 1:20 a.m. And zero seconds!
00:22:24Jesus Christ!
00:22:26Jesus Christ, Doc! You disintegrated Einstein!
00:22:28Calm down, Marty. I didn't disintegrate anything.
00:22:31The molecular structure of both Einstein and the car are completely intact.
00:22:36Then where the hell are they?
00:22:37The appropriate question is,
00:22:39"When the hell are they?"
00:22:40You see, Einstein has just become the world's first time traveler.
00:22:45I sent him into the future.
00:22:49One minute into the future, to be exact.
00:22:52At precisely 1:21 a.m. And zero seconds,
00:22:55we shall catch up with him and the time machine.
00:23:01Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Doc.
00:23:05Are you telling me that you built a time machine
00:23:09out of a DeLorean?
00:23:10The way I see it,
00:23:11if you're going to build a time machine into a car,
00:23:13why not do it with some style?
00:23:15Besides, the stainless-steel construction made the flux dispersal...
00:23:18(WATCH BEEPING)
00:23:20Look out!
00:23:23(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:23:27(REMOTE CONTROL BEEPS)
00:23:55(TIME MACHINE CREAKING)
00:24:05(GASPS)
00:24:06What? Is it hot?
00:24:08It's cold. Damn cold.
00:24:12(DOC LAUGHING)
00:24:13Einstein, you little devil!
00:24:15(CLOCK BEEPING)
00:24:17Einstein's clock is exactly one minute
00:24:19behind mine and still ticking!
00:24:24(BARKING)
00:24:25He's all right. He's fine.
00:24:26And he's completely unaware that anything happened.
00:24:29As far as he's concerned, the trip was instantaneous.
00:24:32That's why his watch is exactly one minute behind mine.
00:24:34He skipped over that minute
00:24:35to instantly arrive at this moment in time.
00:24:37Come here. I'll show you how it works.
00:24:39All right.
00:24:42First, you turn the time circuits on.
00:24:45(MACHINE POWERING UP)
00:24:47(MACHINE WHIRS)
00:24:49This readout tells you where you're going.
00:24:50This one tells you where you are.
00:24:52This one tells you where you were.
00:24:53You input your destination time on this keypad.
00:24:56Say you want to see the signing
00:24:57of the Declaration of Independence.
00:25:00(BEEPS)
00:25:01Or witness the birth of Christ.
00:25:06Here's a red-letter date in the history of science.
00:25:09November 5th, 1955.
00:25:16Yes, of course. November 5th, 1955.
00:25:21What? I don't get it. What happened?
00:25:23(LAUGHING)
00:25:24That was the day I invented time travel. I remember it vividly.
00:25:28I was standing on the edge of my toilet, hanging a clock.
00:25:30The porcelain was wet. I slipped,
00:25:31hit my head on the edge of the sink,
00:25:33and when I came to, I had a revelation,
00:25:35a vision, a picture in my head, a picture of this.
00:25:39This is what makes time travel possible. The flux capacitor.
00:25:45Flux capacitor?
00:25:46It's taken me almost 30 years and my entire family fortune
00:25:48to realize the vision of that day.
00:25:51My God, has it been that long?
00:25:54Things have certainly changed around here.
00:25:58I remember when this was all farmland
00:26:00as far as the eye could see.
00:26:03Old man Peabody owned all of this.
00:26:07He had this crazy idea about breeding pine trees.
00:26:14This is heavy-duty, Doc. This is great.
00:26:18Does it run on regular unleaded gasoline?
00:26:21Unfortunately, no. It requires something
00:26:23with a little more kick. Plutonium.
00:26:25Plutonium. Wait a minute.
00:26:27Are you telling me that this sucker is nuclear?
00:26:30Hey, hey, hey! Keep rolling. Keep rolling there.
00:26:32No, no, no, this sucker's electrical,
00:26:34but I need a nuclear reaction
00:26:35to generate the 1.21 gigawatts of electricity I need.
00:26:38Doc, you don't just walk into a store and buy plutonium.
00:26:42Did you rip that off?
00:26:45Of course. From a group of Libyan nationalists.
00:26:48They wanted me to build them a bomb,
00:26:49so I took their plutonium and, in turn, gave them a shoddy bomb casing
00:26:52full of used pinball machine parts.
00:26:54Come on. Let's get you a radiation suit. Jesus!
00:26:56We must prepare to reload.
00:27:06(MUFFLED BREATHING)
00:27:08(AIR ESCAPING)
00:27:20(SUCKING)
00:27:26It's safe now. Everything's lead-lined.
00:27:31Don't you lose those tapes now.
00:27:33I need that as a record.
00:27:35Let's put this back here. There we go.
00:27:39(EXCLAIMS)
00:27:40I almost forgot my luggage.
00:27:42Who knows if they've got cotton underwear in the future?
00:27:44I'm allergic to all synthetics.
00:27:46The future?
00:27:48That's where you're going?
00:27:49That's right, 25 years into the future.
00:27:51I've always dreamed of seeing the future, looking beyond my years,
00:27:54seeing the progress of mankind.
00:27:56Why not?
00:27:58I'll also be able to see who wins the next 25 World Series.
00:28:02Doc.
00:28:03Huh?
00:28:04Look me up when you get there.
00:28:07Indeed, I will. Roll 'em.
00:28:12(WHIRRING)
00:28:13(CLEARING THROAT)
00:28:16I, Dr. Emmett Brown,
00:28:20am about to embark on an historic journey.
00:28:25(LAUGHING) What am I thinking of?
00:28:27I almost forgot to bring extra plutonium.
00:28:29How did I ever expect to get back? One pellet, one trip.
00:28:32I must be out of my mind.
00:28:34(BARKING)
00:28:36What is it, Einie?
00:28:47Oh, my God.
00:28:48They found me. I don't know how, but they found me.
00:28:51Run for it, Marty!
00:28:52Who? Who?
00:28:54Who do you think? The Libyans!
00:28:57(SHOUTING IN ARABIC)
00:28:58(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:28:59Holy shit!
00:29:01(GUN FIRING)
00:29:05I'll draw their fire!
00:29:15Doc, wait!
00:29:19(GUN COCKING)
00:29:30No!
00:29:33You bastard!
00:29:39(SHOUTING IN ARABIC)
00:29:45(GRUNTS)
00:29:46(GUN CLICKING)
00:29:48(SWEARING IN ARABIC)
00:29:51(GRUNTING)
00:29:53Go! Damn Soviet gun.
00:29:55(ENGINE STALLING)
00:30:00Go!
00:30:02(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:30:05(ENGINE STARTING)
00:30:17(BEEPING)
00:30:37(SHOUTING)
00:30:42Come on! Move, damn it!
00:30:46Jesus!
00:31:08Holy shit!
00:31:10Let's see if you bastards can do 90.
00:31:13(TIRES SQUEALING)
00:31:33(SCREAMING)
00:31:39(CRASHING)
00:31:42(CHICKENS CLUCKING)
00:31:46(DOG BARKING DISTANTLY)
00:31:50(DOOR CREAKS OPEN)
00:31:56(CAR BLINKER CLICKING)
00:32:04What is it? What is it, Pa?
00:32:07Looks like an airplane without wings.
00:32:11That ain't no airplane. Look.
00:32:15(HYDRAULICS HISSING)
00:32:29(MUFFLED BREATHING)
00:32:32(SCREAMING)
00:32:35Children!
00:32:36Listen... Whoa.
00:32:41(COWS MOOING)
00:32:51Hello?
00:32:55Excuse me.
00:33:00Sorry about your barn.
00:33:01(GUN FIRING)
00:33:05It's already mutated into human form! Shoot it!
00:33:10Take that, you mutated son of a bitch!
00:33:14(SCREAMING)
00:33:16BOY: Get away!
00:33:19MAN: Hold it.
00:33:20BOY: Shoot it, Pa!
00:33:24My pine! Why you...
00:33:29You space bastard! You killed our pine!
00:33:36(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:33:37All right. All right. Okay, McFly.
00:33:39Get a grip on yourself. It's all a dream.
00:33:41It's just a very intense dream.
00:33:44(PANTING)
00:33:47(BRAKES SQUEALING)
00:34:27Listen, you got to help me.
00:34:29Don't stop, Wilbur! Don't!
00:34:33It can't be.
00:34:36(MACHINE BEEPS)
00:34:41This is nuts.
00:34:43(ENGINE STALLING)
00:34:46Come on.
00:34:49Perfect.
00:34:50(MACHINE BEEPING INSISTENTLY)
00:35:21(MUSIC PLAYING)
00:35:42(HORN HONKING)
00:35:53(BELL DINGS)
00:35:56(GAS ATTENDANTS CHATTERING)
00:36:12(BOY COUNTING)
00:36:27(BELL TOLLING)
00:36:45ANNOUNCER: Remember, fellow citizens, the future is in your hands.
00:36:49If you believe in progress, re-elect Mayor Red Thomas.
00:36:53Progress is his middle name.
00:36:55Mayor Red Thomas' progress platform
00:36:58means more jobs, better education,
00:37:00bigger civic improvements and lower taxes.
00:37:03On election day, cast your vote for a proven leader.
00:37:07Re-elect Mayor Red Thomas.
00:37:13This has got to be a dream.
00:37:24(MUSIC PLAYING ON JUKEBOX)
00:37:32LOU: Hey, kid. What'd you do? Jump ship?
00:37:35What?
00:37:36What's with the life preserver?
00:37:43I just want to use the phone.
00:37:45Yeah, it's in the back.
00:37:49MARTY: Brown.
00:37:53Great. You're alive.
00:37:54(PHONE RINGING)
00:37:57(WATCH BEEPING)
00:38:04(SIGHS)
00:38:06Come on.
00:38:15Do you know where 1640 Riverside...
00:38:17Are you going to order something, kid?
00:38:21Yeah. Give me a Tab.
00:38:24Tab? I can't give you a tab unless you order something.
00:38:27Right. Give me a Pepsi Free.
00:38:29You want a Pepsi, pal, you're going to pay for it.
00:38:32Just give me something without any sugar in it, okay?
00:38:35Something without sugar.
00:38:43(DOOR OPENS)
00:38:45BIFF: Hey, McFly.
00:38:48What do you think you're doing?
00:38:51Biff.
00:38:52I'm talking to you, McFly, you Irish bug!
00:38:55Hey, Biff. Hey, guys. How are you doing?
00:38:57You got my homework finished, McFly?
00:39:00Well, actually, I figured since it wasn't due till Monday...
00:39:02Hello? Hello? Anybody home?
00:39:04(BOYS LAUGHING)
00:39:06Think, McFly. Think! (LAUGHING) Okay.
00:39:08I got to have time to recopy it.
00:39:10You realize what would happen
00:39:11if I hand in my homework in your handwriting?
00:39:14I'll get kicked out of school.
00:39:15You wouldn't want that to happen, would you?
00:39:20Would you?
00:39:21Now, of course not, Biff.
00:39:22No. I wouldn't want that to happen.
00:39:24What are you looking at, butthead?
00:39:26Biff, get a load of this guy's life preserver.
00:39:28Dork thinks he's going to drown.
00:39:30How about my homework, McFly?
00:39:33Okay, Biff. Well, I'll finish that on up tonight
00:39:36and then I'll bring it over first thing tomorrow morning.
00:39:40Not too early. I sleep in Sundays.
00:39:41Oh, McFly, your shoe's untied!
00:39:43(BOYS LAUGHING)
00:39:44Don't be so gullible, McFly. Okay.
00:39:46I don't want to see you in here again.
00:39:47Okay. All right. Bye-bye.
00:40:11What?
00:40:13You're George McFly.
00:40:14Yeah. Who are you?
00:40:16Say! Why do you let those boys
00:40:18push you around like that for?
00:40:19Well, they're bigger than me.
00:40:21Stand tall, boy. Have some respect for yourself.
00:40:23Don't you know, if you let people walk over you now,
00:40:26they'll be walking over you for the rest of your life.
00:40:28Look at me. You think I'm gonna
00:40:29spend the rest of my life in this slop house?
00:40:31LOU: Watch it, Goldie. No, sir!
00:40:33I'm gonna make something of myself.
00:40:34I'm going to night school,
00:40:35and one day, I'm going to be somebody.
00:40:38That's right. He's going to be mayor.
00:40:40Yeah, I'm...
00:40:42Mayor!
00:40:44Now that's a good idea! I could run for mayor.
00:40:48A colored mayor. That'll be the day.
00:40:49You wait and see, Mr. Caruthers. I will be mayor.
00:40:52I'll be the most powerful man in Hill Valley,
00:40:54and I'm going to clean up this town.
00:40:56Good. You can start by sweeping the floor.
00:41:02Mayor Goldie Wilson. I like the sound of that.
00:41:09(BICYCLE BELL RINGS)
00:41:18Hey, Dad! George! Hey, you on the bike!
00:41:53He's a peeping Tom.
00:41:59(GRUNTING)
00:42:01Dad!
00:42:02(HORN HONKING)
00:42:03(TIRES SCREECHING)
00:42:05(DOGS BARKING)
00:42:14Hey, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Who are you?
00:42:19Stella! Another one of these damn kids
00:42:21jumped in front of my car!
00:42:24Come on out here! Help me take him in the house!
00:42:30(THUNDER RUMBLING)
00:42:32Mom? That you?
00:42:36LORRAINE: There, there, now. Just relax.
00:42:41You've been asleep for almost nine hours now.
00:42:46I had a horrible nightmare.
00:42:50I dreamed that I went back in time. It was terrible.
00:42:55Well,
00:42:57you're safe and sound now, back in good old 1955.
00:43:021955?
00:43:07(MARTY GASPS)
00:43:08You're my... You're my...
00:43:11My name is Lorraine.
00:43:13Lorraine Baines.
00:43:15Yeah.
00:43:17But you're... You're so...
00:43:20You're so thin!
00:43:24Just relax, Calvin. You got a big bruise on your head.
00:43:30(EXCLAIMS)
00:43:31Where are my pants?
00:43:33Over there, on my hope chest.
00:43:38I've never seen purple underwear before, Calvin.
00:43:42Calvin? Why do you keep calling me Calvin?
00:43:44Well, that is your name, isn't it? Calvin Klein?
00:43:48It's written all over your underwear.
00:43:51Oh, I guess they call you Cal, huh?
00:43:54No, actually, people call me Marty.
00:43:58Oh.
00:43:59Pleased to meet you, Calvin.
00:44:03Marty.
00:44:06Klein.
00:44:07(BREATHING HEAVILY)
00:44:14Do you mind if I sit here?
00:44:16No. Fine.
00:44:17No. Good. Fine. Good.
00:44:21That's a big bruise you have there.
00:44:24(SHOUTS)
00:44:25STELLA: Lorraine, are you up there?
00:44:28Oh, my God! It's my mother!
00:44:30Quick! Put your pants back on!
00:44:41STELLA: So, tell me, Marty, how long have you been in port?
00:44:44MARTY: Excuse me?
00:44:45I guessed you're a sailor.
00:44:46That's why you wear that life preserver.
00:44:48Coast Guard.
00:44:50Sam, here's the young man
00:44:52you hit with your car out there.
00:44:53He's all right. Thank God.
00:44:55What were you doing in the middle of the street, a kid your age?
00:44:57Don't pay attention to him. He's in one of his moods.
00:44:59Sam, you quit fiddling with that thing.
00:45:01Come in here to dinner.
00:45:02Now, let's see. You already know Lorraine.
00:45:04This is Milton, this is Sally, that's Toby,
00:45:08and over there in the playpen is little baby Joey.
00:45:13So, you're my uncle Joey.
00:45:16Better get used to these bars, kid.
00:45:18Yes. Joey just loves being in his playpen.
00:45:23He cries whenever we take him out,
00:45:24so we just leave him in there all the time.
00:45:26Well, Marty, I hope you like meatloaf.
00:45:29Listen, I really ought to...
00:45:31Sit here, Marty.
00:45:33Sam, stop fiddling with that thing
00:45:35and come in here and eat your dinner.
00:45:37(SAM CHORTLING)
00:45:39Look at it roll. (EXCLAIMS)
00:45:41Now we can watch Jackie Gleason while we eat.
00:45:43(LAUGHING)
00:45:44(CHATTERING ON TV)
00:45:52It's our first television set.
00:45:54Dad just picked it up today.
00:45:56Do you have a television?
00:45:58Well, yeah. You know we have two of them.
00:46:01Wow! You must be rich.
00:46:04Oh, honey, he's teasing you.
00:46:06Nobody has two television sets.
00:46:08(CHUCKLES)
00:46:13Hey. Hey, I've seen this one.
00:46:16I've seen this one! This is a classic.
00:46:17This is where Ralph dresses up as a man from space.
00:46:21What do you mean, you've seen this? It's brand-new.
00:46:24Yeah, well, I saw it on a rerun.
00:46:27What's a rerun?
00:46:29You'll find out.
00:46:31You know, Marty, you look so familiar to me. Do I know your mother?
00:46:36Yeah, I think maybe you do.
00:46:38STELLA: Oh, then I want to give her a call.
00:46:40I don't want her to worry about you.
00:46:42You can't.
00:46:44(STUTTERING) That is, nobody's home.
00:46:49Oh.
00:46:50Yet.
00:46:52Oh.
00:46:54Listen, do you know where Riverside Drive is?
00:46:57It's on the other end of town.
00:46:59A block past Maple. East end of town.
00:47:02Wait a minute, a block past Maple.
00:47:03That's John F. Kennedy Drive.
00:47:07Who the hell is John F. Kennedy?
00:47:09LORRAINE: Mother?
00:47:11With Marty's parents out of town,
00:47:14don't you think he ought to spend the night?
00:47:16I mean, after all, Dad almost killed him with the car.
00:47:19That's true, Marty.
00:47:21I think maybe you should spend the night.
00:47:23I think you're our responsibility.
00:47:24Gee, I don't know.
00:47:26And he can sleep in my room.
00:47:28I gotta go! I gotta go!
00:47:30Thanks very much. It was wonderful.
00:47:32You were all great. See you all later. Much later.
00:47:41He's a very strange young man.
00:47:44He's an idiot.
00:47:45Comes from upbringing. His parents are probably idiots, too.
00:47:49Lorraine, you ever have a kid
00:47:50who acts that way, I'll disown you.
00:48:31Doc?
00:48:33Don't say a word.
00:48:34(ELECTRONIC WARBLING)
00:48:36I don't wanna know your name.
00:48:37I don't want to know anything about you.
00:48:38Listen, Doc... Quiet!
00:48:40Doc, it's me, Marty. Don't tell me anything.
00:48:42Doc, you got to help... Quiet. Quiet.
00:48:44(ELECTRONIC WARBLING)
00:48:46I'm going to read your thoughts.
00:48:49Let's see now. You've come here from a great distance?
00:48:52Yeah. Exactly.
00:48:53Don't tell me!
00:48:55You want me to buy a subscription
00:48:57to the Saturday Evening Post.
00:48:58No.
00:48:59Not a word. Not a word now!
00:49:01Quiet.
00:49:04Donations. You want me to make a donation
00:49:08to the Coast Guard Youth Auxiliary.
00:49:11Doc.
00:49:14I'm from the future.
00:49:15(ELECTRONIC WARBLING STOPS)
00:49:16I came here in a time machine that you invented.
00:49:19Now, I need your help to get back to the year 1985.
00:49:25My God.
00:49:31Do you know what this means?
00:49:35It means that this damn thing doesn't work at all!
00:49:40Doc, you got to help me. You are the only one
00:49:42who knows how your time machine works.
00:49:44Time machine? I haven't invented any time machine.
00:49:50Okay. All right, I'll prove it to you.
00:49:52Look at my driver's license. Expires 1987.
00:49:56Look at my birthday, for crying out loud!
00:49:57I haven't even been born yet.
00:49:59And look at this picture.
00:50:02It's my brother, my sister and me.
00:50:04Look at her sweatshirt, Doc. "Class of 1984"?
00:50:08Pretty mediocre photographic fakery.
00:50:10They cut off your brother's hair.
00:50:13I'm telling the truth, Doc. You got to believe me.
00:50:15Then tell me, future boy,
00:50:18(LAUGHING)
00:50:19Who's President of the United States in 1985?
00:50:23Ronald Reagan.
00:50:24Ronald Reagan? The actor?
00:50:27(EXCLAIMS)
00:50:28Then who's vice president? Jerry Lewis?
00:50:32I suppose Jane Wyman is the First Lady.
00:50:34Whoa. Wait, Doc!
00:50:35And Jack Benny is secretary of the treasury.
00:50:38Doc, you gotta listen to me.
00:50:39I've had enough practical jokes for one evening.
00:50:41Good night, future boy!
00:50:42No, wait, Doc. Doc.
00:50:44The bruise on your head, I know how that happened.
00:50:47You told me the whole story.
00:50:48You were standing on your toilet
00:50:50and you were hanging a clock,
00:50:51and you fell and you hit your head on the sink.
00:50:53That's when you came up with the idea for the flux capacitor,
00:50:56which is what makes time travel possible.
00:51:00(DOOR UNLOCKING)
00:51:13There's something wrong with the starter, so I hid it here.
00:51:28After I fell off my toilet, I drew this.
00:51:36The flux capacitor.
00:51:47(ELECTRIC CRACKLING)
00:51:56It works!
00:51:58(DOC LAUGHING)
00:52:00It works!
00:52:03I finally invent something that works!
00:52:06You bet your ass it works.
00:52:09Somehow we've got to sneak this back to my laboratory.
00:52:12We've got to get you home!
00:52:15Okay, Doc, this is it.
00:52:19Never mind that. Never mind that now.
00:52:21Why, that's me! Look at me! I'm an old man.
00:52:24Good evening. I'm Dr. Emmett Brown.
00:52:26I'm standing on the parking lot at Twin Pines Mall.
00:52:28Thank God, I've still got my hair.
00:52:30What's on Earth is this thing I'm wearing?
00:52:32This is a radiation suit.
00:52:34Radiation suit?
00:52:36Of course. 'Cause of all the fallout from the atomic wars.
00:52:39(VIDEO REWINDING)
00:52:40This is truly amazing.
00:52:43A portable television studio.
00:52:46No wonder your president has to be an actor.
00:52:48He's gotta look good on television.
00:52:50Whoa. This is it. This is the part coming up, Doc.
00:52:53No, no, no, this sucker's electrical,
00:52:55but I need a nuclear reaction
00:52:56to generate the 1.21 gigawatts...
00:52:58What did I just say?
00:53:01(VIDEO REWINDING)
00:53:04This sucker's electrical,
00:53:05but I need a nuclear reaction
00:53:06to generate the 1.21 gigawatts...
00:53:081.21 gigawatts!
00:53:121.21 gigawatts.
00:53:16Great Scott!
00:53:20What the hell is a gigawatt?
00:53:23How could I have been so careless? 1.21 gigawatts!
00:53:27Tom, how am I going to generate that kind of power?
00:53:30It can't be done, can it?
00:53:32Doc, look. All we need is a little plutonium.
00:53:35(EXCLAIMS)
00:53:36I'm sure that in 1985,
00:53:37plutonium is available in every corner drugstore,
00:53:40but in 1955, it's a little hard to come by.
00:53:43Marty, I'm sorry, but I'm afraid you're stuck here.
00:53:46Whoa, whoa.
00:53:47Doc, stuck here? I can't be stuck here. I got a life in 1985.
00:53:52I got a girl.
00:53:53Is she pretty?
00:53:54Doc, she's beautiful. She's crazy about me.
00:53:59Look at this. Look what she wrote here, Doc. I mean, that says it all.
00:54:04Doc, you're my only hope.
00:54:07Marty, I'm sorry, but the only power source capable of generating
00:54:111.21 gigawatts of electricity is a bolt of lightning.
00:54:15What did you say?
00:54:17A bolt of lightning.
00:54:18Unfortunately, you never know
00:54:19when or where it's ever going to strike.
00:54:24We do now.
00:54:30This is it! This is the answer.
00:54:34It says here that a bolt of lightning
00:54:37is going to strike the clock tower
00:54:38at precisely 10:04 p.m. Next Saturday night!
00:54:45If we could somehow harness this lightning,
00:54:49channel it into the flux capacitor,
00:54:54it just might work.
00:54:56Next Saturday night, we're sending you back to the future!
00:55:01Okay, all right. Saturday's good. Saturday's good.
00:55:03I can spend a week in 1955.
00:55:05I can hang out. You can show me around.
00:55:07Marty, that is completely out of the question.
00:55:09You must not leave this house.
00:55:10You must not see anybody or talk to anybody.
00:55:12Anything you do can have serious repercussions on future events.
00:55:15Do you understand?
00:55:18Yeah. Sure. Okay.
00:55:20Marty,
00:55:22have you interacted with anybody else today, besides me?
00:55:27Yeah, well, I might've sort of bumped into my parents.
00:55:30Great Scott!
00:55:32Let me see that photograph again of your brother.
00:55:38Just as I thought. This proves my theory. Look at your brother.
00:55:42MARTY: His head's gone. It's like it's been erased.
00:55:47Erased from existence.
00:55:54Whoa.
00:55:55They really cleaned this place up. Looks brand-new.
00:55:58DOC: Now remember.
00:55:59According to my theory, you interfered
00:56:00with your parents' first meeting.
00:56:01If they don't meet, they won't fall in love,
00:56:03they won't get married and they won't have kids.
00:56:05That's why your older brother's
00:56:06disappearing from that photograph.
00:56:07Your sister will follow, and unless you repair the damage,
00:56:09you'll be next.
00:56:11MARTY: Sounds pretty heavy. Weight has nothing to do with it.
00:56:13(BELL RINGING)
00:56:14Which one's your pop?
00:56:17That's him.
00:56:19Okay. Okay, you guys.
00:56:21(LAUGHING SARCASTICALLY)
00:56:23Very funny. You guys are being real mature.
00:56:26Maybe you were adopted.
00:56:28Okay, real mature, guys.
00:56:31Okay, pick up my books.
00:56:33McFly.
00:56:34That's Strickland.
00:56:36Jesus, didn't that guy ever have hair?
00:56:38Shape up, man. You're a slacker.
00:56:41Do you want to be a slacker for the rest of your life?
00:56:44No.
00:56:46What did your mother ever see in that kid?
00:56:47I don't know, Doc.
00:56:49I guess she felt sorry for him
00:56:51'cause her dad hit him with the car.
00:56:53Hit me with the car.
00:56:55That's the Florence Nightingale effect.
00:56:58It happens in hospitals when nurses fall in love with their patients.
00:57:01Go to it, kid.
00:57:03Hey, George, buddy.
00:57:07I have been looking all over for you.
00:57:09You remember me, the guy who saved your life the other day?
00:57:12Oh.
00:57:13Yeah. Good.
00:57:14There's somebody I'd like you to meet.
00:57:21Lorraine?
00:57:22Calvin!
00:57:25I'd like you to meet my good friend George McFly.
00:57:28Hi. It's really a pleasure to meet you.
00:57:32How's your head?
00:57:33Good. Fine.
00:57:35Oh. I've been so worried about you
00:57:37ever since you ran off the other night.
00:57:39Are you okay? Yeah.
00:57:40(BELL RINGING)
00:57:41I'm sorry. I have to go.
00:57:43Come on!
00:57:45Isn't he a dreamboat?
00:57:51Doc, she didn't even look at him.
00:57:52This is more serious than I thought.
00:57:54Apparently, your mother is amorously infatuated with you,
00:57:56instead of your father.
00:57:58Whoa. Wait a minute, Doc.
00:58:00Are you trying to tell me that my mother has got the hots for me?
00:58:03Precisely.
00:58:05Whoa. This is heavy.
00:58:06There's that word again. "Heavy."
00:58:08Why are things so heavy in the future?
00:58:10Is there a problem with the Earth's gravitational pull?
00:58:12What? The only way
00:58:13we're going to get those two to successfully mate
00:58:15is if they're alone together,
00:58:16so you've got to get your father and mother to interact
00:58:19in some sort of social...
00:58:21(SIGHS)
00:58:22What? You mean like a date? Right!
00:58:24(BELL RINGING)
00:58:25What kind of date? I don't know.
00:58:26What do kids do in the '50s?
00:58:28They're your parents. You must know them.
00:58:31What are their common interests?
00:58:32What do they like to do together?
00:58:35Nothing.
00:58:36Look! There's a rhythmic ceremonial ritual coming up.
00:58:39Of course! The Enchantment Under the Sea dance!
00:58:41They're supposed to go to this.
00:58:43That's where they kiss for the first time.
00:58:45All right, kid.
00:58:46You stick to your father like glue
00:58:48and make sure he takes her to that dance.
00:58:50George, buddy.
00:58:52Remember that girl I introduced you to, Lorraine?
00:59:02What are you writing?
00:59:03Uh... Stories.
00:59:06Science fiction stories about visitors
00:59:10coming down to Earth from other planets.
00:59:15Get out of town! I didn't know you did anything creative.
00:59:20Let me read some.
00:59:21Oh. No, no, no, no.
00:59:22I never let anybody read my stories.
00:59:26Why not?
00:59:28Well, what if they didn't like them?
00:59:30What if they told me I was no good?
00:59:34I guess that would be pretty hard for somebody to understand.
00:59:38No. No, not hard at all.
00:59:42So, anyway, George. About Lorraine.
00:59:46She really likes you.
00:59:49She told me to tell you that she wants you to ask her
00:59:52to the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
00:59:54Really? Oh, yeah.
00:59:55All you got to do is go over there and ask her.
00:59:59What? Right here, right now, in the cafeteria?
01:00:01What if she said no?
01:00:02I don't know if I could take that kind of a rejection.
01:00:07Besides, I think she'd rather go with somebody else.
01:00:12Who?
01:00:15Biff.
01:00:17Don't kid around. Come on.
01:00:19I'm gonna leave.
01:00:20BIFF: You want it. You know you want it.
01:00:22You know you want me to give it to you.
01:00:24Shut your filthy mouth. I'm not that kind of girl.
01:00:27(EXCLAIMS)
01:00:28Maybe you are and you just don't know it yet.
01:00:31Get your meat hooks off of me.
01:00:33MARTY: You heard her.
01:00:34She said, get your meat hooks off.
01:00:39Please.
01:00:41So what's it to you, butthead?
01:00:44You know, you been looking for a fight.
01:00:46(STUDENTS EXCLAIMING)
01:00:56Since you're new here, I'm going to cut you a break, today.
01:01:02So, why don't you make like a tree and get out of here.
01:01:14(BOY LAUGHING)
01:01:19George!
01:01:21Why do you keep following me around?
01:01:23Look, George... I'm telling you, George,
01:01:26if you do not ask Lorraine to that dance,
01:01:28I'm gonna regret it for the rest of my life.
01:01:30But I can't go to the dance.
01:01:31I'll miss my favorite television program, Science Fiction Theatre.
01:01:34Yeah, but, George, Lorraine wants to go with you.
01:01:38Give her a break.
01:01:39Look, I'm just not ready to ask Lorraine out to the dance,
01:01:44and not you or anybody else on this planet
01:01:47is going to make me change my mind.
01:01:57MARTY: Science Fiction Theatre.
01:02:11(MUFFLED BREATHING)
01:02:22(LOUD ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)
01:02:27(MUSIC STOPS)
01:02:30Who are you?
01:02:31(MUSIC PLAYING)
01:02:36(MUSIC STOPS)
01:02:37MARTY: Silence, Earthling.
01:02:40My name is Darth Vader.
01:02:48I am an extraterrestrial from the planet Vulcan.
01:02:54Marty!
01:02:55(HORN HONKING)
01:02:58Marty! Marty!
01:02:59Hey, George, buddy.
01:03:00You weren't at school. What have you been doing all day?
01:03:03I overslept. Look, I need your help.
01:03:06I have to ask Lorraine out,
01:03:07but I don't know how to do it.
01:03:08All right. Okay, listen, keep your pants on. She's over in the cafe.
01:03:11God! How do you...
01:03:16What made you change your mind, George?
01:03:18Last night, Darth Vader came down from Planet Vulcan
01:03:21and told me that if I didn't take Lorraine out, that he'd melt my brain.
01:03:25Let's just keep this brain-melting stuff to ourselves, okay?
01:03:28Oh, yeah. Yeah.
01:03:29All right, okay. There she is, George.
01:03:32Now just go in there and invite her.
01:03:34Okay. But I don't know what to say.
01:03:35Just say anything, George.
01:03:36Say whatever's natural, the first thing that comes into your mind.
01:03:41Nothing's coming to my mind.
01:03:43Jesus, George, it's a wonder I was even born.
01:03:45What? What?
01:03:46Nothing. Nothing. Nothing.
01:03:48Look, tell her destiny brought you together.
01:03:52Tell her that she is the most beautiful girl
01:03:54you have ever seen in the world.
01:03:56Girls like that stuff.
01:03:58What are you doing, George?
01:04:00I'm writing this down. This is good stuff.
01:04:01Yeah. Okay, let's go.
01:04:03Can you take care of that? Right.
01:04:05(POP SONG PLAYING ON JUKEBOX)
01:04:09(PEOPLE CHATTERING)
01:04:23Lou, give me a milk.
01:04:27Chocolate.
01:04:45Lorraine. My density has popped me to you.
01:04:51What?
01:04:53Oh.
01:04:55What I meant to say was...
01:04:57Wait a minute. Don't I know you from somewhere?
01:05:01GEORGE: Yes.
01:05:02Yes. I'm George. George McFly.
01:05:07I'm your density.
01:05:09I mean,
01:05:12your destiny.
01:05:15Oh.
01:05:17Hey, McFly.
01:05:18(MUSIC STOPS)
01:05:20(EXCLAIMS)
01:05:22I thought I told you never to come in here.
01:05:28Well, it's going to cost you.
01:05:30How much money you got on you?
01:05:33How much do you want, Biff?
01:05:36(GRUNTS) (ALL GASPING)
01:05:43All right, punk.
01:05:45Now I'm going to...
01:05:46Whoa, whoa, Biff. What's that?
01:05:49(GRUNTS)
01:05:54That's Calvin Klein. Oh, my God, he's a dream.
01:05:58Whoa, whoa.
01:05:59Kid! Kid, stop! Stop!
01:06:01Hey!
01:06:04MARTY: I'll get it back to you, all right?
01:06:06BOY: You broke it!
01:06:08Come back here!
01:06:09(HORN HONKING)
01:06:12Wow. Look at him go!
01:06:15Get him!
01:06:30To the car! Go! Go!
01:06:38GIRL: What's that thing he's on?
01:06:40BOY: It's a board with wheels.
01:06:41He's an absolute dream.
01:06:43THUG 1: Come on, come on!
01:06:44THUG 2: Look out for the car!
01:06:48(SHOUTING)
01:06:52(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:06:59(SCREAMING)
01:07:01Whoa!
01:07:04(WOMAN GRUNTS)
01:07:08(TIRES SQUEALING)
01:07:18(LAUGHING)
01:07:19BIFF: I'm going to ram him.
01:07:28ALL: Shit!
01:07:32(EXCLAIMS IN DISGUST)
01:07:41Ooh!
01:07:45(CROWD MURMURING)
01:07:55Thanks a lot, kid.
01:07:57I'm going to get that son of a bitch.
01:08:00Where does he come from?
01:08:01Yeah, where does he live?
01:08:04I don't know, but I'm going to find out.
01:08:09(VIDEO REWINDING)
01:08:13DOC ON TV: Oh, my God.
01:08:15They found me. I don't know how, but they found me.
01:08:18Run for it, Marty!
01:08:20(VIDEO REWINDING)
01:08:24Oh, my God.
01:08:26They found me. I don't know how, but they found me.
01:08:29Run for it, Marty!
01:08:32Doc?
01:08:34Hi, Marty. I didn't hear you come in.
01:08:38Fascinating device, this video unit.
01:08:41Listen, Doc.
01:08:43You know, there's something
01:08:44I haven't told you about the night
01:08:46we made that tape. Please, Marty, don't tell me.
01:08:47No man should know too much about his own destiny.
01:08:48You don't understand. I do understand.
01:08:50If I know too much about my own future,
01:08:51I can endanger my own existence.
01:08:53Just as you've endangered yours.
01:08:57You're right. Now...
01:08:59Let me show you my plan for sending you home.
01:09:02Please excuse the crudity of this model.
01:09:04I didn't have time to build it to scale or paint it.
01:09:06It's good. Thank you. Thank you.
01:09:09Okay, now.
01:09:11We run some industrial-strength electrical cable
01:09:13from the top of the clock tower
01:09:15down, suspending it over the street
01:09:16between these two lamp posts.
01:09:19Meanwhile, we've outfitted the time vehicle
01:09:21with this big pole and hook,
01:09:23which runs directly into the flux capacitor.
01:09:27At the calculated moment, you start off from down the street,
01:09:31driving directly toward the cable,
01:09:33accelerating to 88 miles per hour.
01:09:36According to the flyer, at precisely 10:04 p.m. This Saturday night,
01:09:39lightning will strike the clock tower, electrifying the cable
01:09:43just as the connecting hook makes contact
01:09:46thereby sending 1.21 gigawatts into the flux capacitor
01:09:50and sending you back to 1985.
01:09:52All right, now. Watch this.
01:09:54You wind up the car and release it.
01:09:58I'll simulate the lightning.
01:10:00(WIND-UP MECHANISM TWISTING)
01:10:01(ELECTRICAL HUMMING)
01:10:08Ready.
01:10:19Set.
01:10:25Release.
01:10:27(CAR WHIRRING)
01:10:30(EXCLAIMS)
01:10:39(GASPS)
01:10:45You're instilling me with a lot of confidence, Doc.
01:10:47Don't worry. I'll take care of the lightning.
01:10:49You take care of your pop.
01:10:52By the way, what happened today? Did he ask her out?
01:10:55I think so.
01:10:57What did she say?
01:10:58(KNOCKING ON DOOR)
01:11:06It's your mom! She's tracked you down!
01:11:08Quick! Let's cover the time machine.
01:11:24Hi, Cal... Marty.
01:11:27Mom. Lorraine.
01:11:30How did you know I was here?
01:11:33I followed you.
01:11:35Oh. This is my doc...
01:11:37(STUTTERS) My uncle, Doc Brown.
01:11:42Hi. Hi.
01:11:46Marty, this may seem a little forward,
01:11:50but I was kind of wondering if you'd ask me
01:11:54to the Enchantment Under the Sea dance on Saturday.
01:12:00Wow, you mean... You mean nobody's asked you?
01:12:04No. Not yet.
01:12:09What about George?
01:12:11George McFly?
01:12:15He's kind of cute and all, but not...
01:12:20Well, I think a man should be strong,
01:12:26so he can stand up for himself
01:12:29and protect the woman he loves.
01:12:36Don't you?
01:12:39Yeah.
01:12:41I still don't understand.
01:12:43How am I supposed to go to the dance with her
01:12:46if she's already going to the dance with you?
01:12:49Well, because, George, she wants to go with you.
01:12:51She just doesn't know it yet.
01:12:53That's why we got to show her
01:12:55that you, George McFly, are a fighter.
01:12:57You're somebody who's gonna stand up for yourself,
01:12:59somebody who's gonna protect her.
01:13:00Yeah, but I've never picked a fight in my entire life.
01:13:03Look, you're not going to be picking a fight, Dad.
01:13:06(STUTTERS) Daddy-o.
01:13:09You're coming to her rescue, right?
01:13:11Okay, let's go over the plan again.
01:13:128:55, where are you going to be?
01:13:14I'm going to be at the dance.
01:13:16Right. And where am I going to be?
01:13:17You're gonna be in the car with her.
01:13:19Right, okay. So, right around 9:00,
01:13:20she's going to get very angry with me.
01:13:22Why is she going to get angry with you?
01:13:24Well, because, George, nice girls get angry
01:13:27when guys take advantage of them.
01:13:30(EXCLAIMS)
01:13:31You mean you're going to go touch her on her...
01:13:33No. No, George, look.
01:13:37It's just an act, right?
01:13:39Okay. So, 9:00, you're strolling through the parking lot.
01:13:43You see us struggling in the car.
01:13:47You walk up, you open the door, and you say...
01:13:51Your line, George.
01:13:54Oh!
01:13:56Hey, you, get your damn hands off her!
01:14:01You really think I ought to swear?
01:14:03Yes, definitely.
01:14:04God damn it, George, swear.
01:14:06Okay. So, now you come up.
01:14:08You punch me in the stomach.
01:14:09I'm out for the count, right?
01:14:11And you and Lorraine live happily ever after.
01:14:14You make it sound so easy.
01:14:16I just... I wish I wasn't so scared.
01:14:19George, there's nothing to be scared of.
01:14:20All it takes is a little self-confidence.
01:14:23You know, if you put your mind to it,
01:14:26you can accomplish anything.
01:14:30ANNOUNCER: ...Hill Valley area weather this Saturday night.
01:14:32Mostly clear, with some scattered clouds.
01:14:35Lows tonight in the upper 40s.
01:14:37Are you sure about this storm?
01:14:40Since when can weathermen predict the weather, let alone the future?
01:14:44You know, Marty, I'm going to be very sad to see you go.
01:14:47You've really made a difference in my life.
01:14:48You've given me something to shoot for.
01:14:51Just knowing that I'm going to be around to see 1985.
01:14:55That I'm going to succeed in this!
01:14:57That I'm going to have a chance to travel through time!
01:15:06It's going to be really hard waiting 30 years before I can talk to you
01:15:09about everything that's happened in the past few days.
01:15:12I'm really going to miss you, Marty.
01:15:16I'm really going to miss you.
01:15:22Doc, about the future...
01:15:23No!
01:15:25Marty! We've already agreed
01:15:27that having information about the future
01:15:29can be extremely dangerous.
01:15:30Even if your intentions are good,
01:15:32it can backfire drastically.
01:15:35Whatever you've got to tell me,
01:15:36I'll find out through the natural course of time.
01:15:40"Dear Dr. Brown.
01:15:43"On the night that I go back in time,
01:15:46"you will be
01:15:48"shot by terrorists.
01:15:52"Please take whatever precautions are necessary
01:15:54"to prevent this terrible disaster.
01:15:58"Your friend,
01:16:01"Marty."
01:16:12'Evening, Dr. Brown. What's with the wire?
01:16:15Oh, just a little weather experiment.
01:16:19What you got under here?
01:16:21No! Don't touch that!
01:16:22Some new, specialized weather-sensing equipment.
01:16:24You got a permit for that?
01:16:27Of course I do.
01:16:36Just a second. Let me see if I can find it here.
01:16:40(ROCK 'N' ROLL MUSIC PLAYING)
01:17:28(SIGHS)
01:17:31Do you mind if we park for a while?
01:17:37That's a great idea. I'd love to park.
01:17:39Huh?
01:17:40Marty, I'm almost 18 years old.
01:17:43It's not like I've never parked before.
01:17:45What?
01:17:47Marty, you seem so nervous. Is something wrong?
01:17:50No.
01:17:58Lorraine! Lorraine, what are you doing?
01:18:01I swiped it from the old lady's liquor cabinet.
01:18:04Yeah, well, you shouldn't drink.
01:18:07Why not?
01:18:08Because you...
01:18:09You might regret it later in life.
01:18:13Marty, don't be such a square.
01:18:15Everybody who's anybody drinks.
01:18:22Jeez, you smoke, too?
01:18:25Marty, you're beginning to sound just like my mother.
01:18:34(JAZZ MUSIC ENDING)
01:18:35(CROWD APPLAUDING)
01:18:40We're going to take a little break,
01:18:41but we'll be back in a while,
01:18:43so don't nobody go nowhere.
01:19:02Marty? Why are you so nervous?
01:19:06Lorraine.
01:19:09Have you ever been in a situation
01:19:13where you knew you had to act a certain way,
01:19:15but when you got there, you didn't know
01:19:17if you could go through with it?
01:19:19You mean like how you're supposed to act on a first date?
01:19:22Sort of.
01:19:24I think I know exactly what you mean.
01:19:28You do?
01:19:30You know what I do in those situations?
01:19:32What?
01:19:34I don't worry.
01:19:35(MUFFLED SHOUTING)
01:19:53This is all wrong. I don't know what it is.
01:19:58But when I kiss you, it's like I'm kissing
01:20:03my brother.
01:20:05I guess that doesn't make any sense, does it?
01:20:08Believe me, it makes perfect sense.
01:20:12(FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)
01:20:13Somebody's coming.
01:20:19You caused 300 bucks damage to my car, you son of a bitch.
01:20:23And I'm going to take it out of your ass. Hold him.
01:20:28Let him go, Biff. You're drunk.
01:20:31Well, look-ey what we have here.
01:20:36No, no! You're staying right here with me. Come on, Lorraine.
01:20:40LORRAINE: Let me go!
01:20:41Leave her alone, you bastard!
01:20:42Take him in back, all right? I'll be right there.
01:20:44BIFF: Just admit that you want it. Come on.
01:20:47Well, go on. This ain't no peep show.
01:20:50(GRUNTS)
01:20:53(LORRAINE SHOUTING)
01:20:56Hey, let's put him in there.
01:20:58Yeah! (LAUGHS)
01:21:00That's for messing up my hair.
01:21:03What the hell are you doing to my car?
01:21:05Hey, beat it, spook. This don't concern you.
01:21:10Who you calling "spook," peckerwood?
01:21:14Hey, hey, listen, guys...
01:21:16Look, I don't want to mess with no reefer addicts, okay?
01:21:19Get home to your mama, boy.
01:21:20THUG 1: Biff!
01:21:22THUG 2: Hurry, Biff!
01:21:23MARTY: (MUFFLED) Let me out of here!
01:21:27Reginald, where are your keys?
01:21:28MARTY: The keys are in the trunk.
01:21:31Say that again?
01:21:32MARTY: I said, the keys are in here.
01:21:40(LORRAINE SHOUTING)
01:21:48BIFF: Come on!
01:21:51Hey, you, get your damn hands off...
01:21:56Oh.
01:21:57I think you got the wrong car, McFly.
01:22:01George, help me! Please!
01:22:03Just turn around, McFly, and walk away.
01:22:07LORRAINE: Please, George.
01:22:08Are you deaf, McFly?
01:22:09Close the door and beat it.
01:22:12(WHIMPERING)
01:22:14No, Biff. You leave her alone.
01:22:18All right, McFly.
01:22:23You're asking for it, and now you're going to get it.
01:22:29(GROANING) Biff, stop it!
01:22:31Biff, you'll break his arm!
01:22:34(GASPING)
01:22:35Biff, no!
01:22:37MARVIN: Give me a hand here, Reginald.
01:22:39(GROANING)
01:22:40Damn it, man! I sliced my hand!
01:22:43Whose are these? Mine.
01:22:44Thanks. Thanks a lot.
01:22:48You're going to break his arm!
01:22:50Biff! Biff, leave him alone!
01:22:53Let him go! Let him go!
01:22:59(LAUGHING)
01:23:10(GRUNTS)
01:23:18(GEORGE PANTING)
01:23:26(LAUGHS)
01:23:29Are you okay?
01:23:51Who is that guy?
01:23:53That's George McFly.
01:23:58That's George McFly?
01:24:00Excuse me.
01:24:04(THUNDER RUMBLING)
01:24:09(WIND BLOWING)
01:24:13The storm.
01:24:16Hey, guys, you gotta get back in there and finish the dance.
01:24:19Hey, man. Look at Marvin's hand.
01:24:21He can't play with his hand like that,
01:24:22and we can't play without him.
01:24:23Yeah, well. Look, Marvin, you got to play.
01:24:26See, that's where they kiss for the first time on the dance floor.
01:24:28And if there's no music, they can't dance.
01:24:30If they can't dance, they can't kiss.
01:24:31If they can't kiss, they can't fall in love and I'm history.
01:24:33Hey, man, the dance is over
01:24:35unless you know somebody else that can play the guitar.
01:24:45This is for all you lovers out there.
01:24:50MARVIN: (SINGING) Earth angel, Earth angel
01:24:54Will you be mine?
01:24:58My darling dear
01:25:01George, aren't you going to kiss me?
01:25:03I don't know.
01:25:06Scram, McFly. I'm cutting in.
01:25:09(LORRAINE GRUNTING)
01:25:13(DISSONANT NOTES PLAYING)
01:25:15Earth angel, Earth angel
01:25:20The one I adore
01:25:22Hey, boy, you all right?
01:25:25I can't play.
01:25:27George!
01:25:29(LAUGHING)
01:25:45George!
01:25:48George.
01:25:52Excuse me.
01:25:54(GRUNTS)
01:26:03The vision of your happiness
01:26:08Earth angel, Earth angel
01:26:12Please be mine
01:26:15My darling dear
01:26:18Love you for all time
01:26:22I'm just a fool
01:26:26A fool in love
01:26:30with you
01:26:39(CROWD APPLAUDING)
01:26:41Yeah, man, that was good. Let's do another one.
01:26:45No. I got to go.
01:26:47Come on, man. Let's do something that really cooks.
01:26:50Something that cooks.
01:26:54(ALL CHEERING)
01:26:58All right.
01:27:00MARVIN: All right!
01:27:05All right.
01:27:07All right, this is an oldie, but...
01:27:12Well, it's an oldie where I come from.
01:27:18All right, guys, listen, this is a blues riff in B.
01:27:20Watch me for the changes, and try and keep up, okay?
01:27:23(ROCK 'N' ROLL MUSIC PLAYING)
01:27:40(SINGING) Way down in Louisiana Down in New Orleans
01:27:43Way back up in the woods among the evergreens
01:27:46There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood
01:27:49Where lived a country boy name of Johnny B. Goode
01:27:52He never ever learned to read or write so well
01:27:54He could play the guitar just like he's ringing a bell
01:27:57Go, go Go, Johnny, go, go
01:28:01Go, Johnny, go, go, go
01:28:04Go, Johnny, go, go
01:28:06Hey, George, I heard you laid out Biff. Nice going.
01:28:09George, you ever think of running for class president?
01:28:11Johnny B. Goode
01:28:16Go, Johnny, go, go
01:28:18Go, Johnny, go, go, go
01:28:21Go, Johnny, go, go
01:28:24Go, Johnny, go, go, go
01:28:28Johnny B. Goode
01:28:32Chuck! Chuck, it's Marvin.
01:28:35Your cousin, Marvin Berry.
01:28:38You know that new sound you're looking for?
01:28:40Well, listen to this.
01:29:06(HEAVY METAL RIFFS PLAYING)
01:29:28(FEEDBACK)
01:29:32(HIGH-PITCH NOTE PLAYING)
01:29:38(AMPLIFIERS HUMMING)
01:29:52I guess you guys aren't ready for that yet.
01:29:56But your kids are going to love it.
01:29:58(CROWD APPLAUDING)
01:30:02Lorraine.
01:30:03Marty, that was very interesting music.
01:30:06Yeah.
01:30:08I hope you don't mind,
01:30:10but George asked if he could take me home.
01:30:12Great! Good. Good, Lorraine.
01:30:15I had a feeling about you two.
01:30:17I have a feeling, too.
01:30:19Listen, I got to go,
01:30:21but I wanted to tell you that it's been educational.
01:30:27Marty, will we ever see you again?
01:30:30I guarantee it.
01:30:32Well, Marty, I want to thank you for all your good advice.
01:30:35I'll never forget it.
01:30:38Right, George.
01:30:41Well, good luck, you guys.
01:30:46Oh!
01:30:49One other thing. If you guys ever have kids,
01:30:53and one of them, when he's eight years old,
01:30:55accidentally sets fire to the living room rug,
01:30:59go easy on him.
01:31:02Okay.
01:31:08Marty. Such a nice name.
01:31:16(WIND HOWLING)
01:31:17Damn! Where is that kid?
01:31:22Damn!
01:31:26Damn! Damn!
01:31:30(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:31:35You're late! Do you have no concept of time?
01:31:38Hey, come on. I had to change.
01:31:41Do you think I'm going back in that zoot suit?
01:31:44The old man really came through. It worked.
01:31:46He laid out Biff in one punch.
01:31:49I didn't know he had it in him.
01:31:50He's never stood up to Biff in his life.
01:31:54Never?
01:31:56No. Why? What's the matter?
01:31:58All right! Let's set your destination time.
01:32:05(MACHINE BEEPING)
01:32:07This is the exact time you left.
01:32:10Let's send you back at exactly the same time.
01:32:16It'll be like you never left.
01:32:20Now, I painted a white line on the street way over there.
01:32:24That's where you'll start from.
01:32:26I've calculated the precise distance,
01:32:29taking into account the acceleration speed
01:32:32and wind resistance retroactive
01:32:33from the moment the lightning strikes,
01:32:36which will be in exactly 7 minutes and 22 seconds.
01:32:41When this alarm goes off, you hit the gas.
01:32:43Right.
01:32:51Well, I guess that's everything.
01:32:59Thanks.
01:33:00Thank you.
01:33:06See you in about 30 years.
01:33:10I hope so.
01:33:13Don't worry!
01:33:15As long as you hit that wire
01:33:17with the connecting hook at precisely 88 miles an hour,
01:33:20the instant the lightning strikes the tower
01:33:26everything will be fine.
01:33:27Right.
01:33:35(THUNDER RUMBLING)
01:33:37What's the meaning of this?
01:33:39You'll find out in 30 years.
01:33:41It's about the future, isn't it?
01:33:43It's information about the future.
01:33:44Wait a minute.
01:33:46I warned you about this, kid.
01:33:48The consequences could be disastrous!
01:33:51Doc, that's a risk you're going to have to take.
01:33:53Your life depends on it!
01:33:55No!
01:33:57I refuse to accept the responsibility.
01:34:00In that case, I'll tell you straight out.
01:34:02(THUNDER CRASHING)
01:34:07Great Scott!
01:34:12(THUNDER CLAPPING)
01:34:16You get the cable, I'll throw the rope down to you.
01:34:19Right! I got it!
01:34:24(WIND HOWLING)
01:34:52(GASPING)
01:34:55Doc!
01:35:03(GRUNTING)
01:35:04Come on, come on. Let's go!
01:35:06All right! Take it up!
01:35:12Go!
01:35:20Doc!
01:35:21What?
01:35:22I have to tell you about the future.
01:35:26What?
01:35:27I have to tell you about the future!
01:35:30What?
01:35:32On the night I go back in time, you get...
01:35:37(CLOCK BELL TOLLING)
01:35:40Doc!
01:35:47(SCREAMING)
01:35:51Go!
01:35:53No, Doc!
01:35:54Look at the time!
01:35:55You've got less than four minutes. Please, hurry!
01:36:11Yeah!
01:36:27(GRUNTS)
01:37:05Damn it, Doc! Why did you have to tear up that letter?
01:37:09If I only had more time.
01:37:14Wait a minute. I got all the time I want.
01:37:16I got a time machine. I can just go back early and warn him.
01:37:20Okay. Ten minutes ought to do it.
01:37:23(BEEPING)
01:37:24Okay. Time circuit's on. Flux capacitor, fluxing.
01:37:30Engine running. All right.
01:37:32(ENGINE STOPS)
01:37:35No. No, no.
01:37:37(ENGINE STALLING)
01:37:38Come on. Not this time. Come on. Come on.
01:37:57(GRUNTING)
01:38:00(SCREAMING)
01:38:08(ENGINE CLICKING)
01:38:15(GRUNTS)
01:38:38(GASPS)
01:38:48(GRUNTS)
01:38:51MARTY: Come on. (ALARM RINGS)
01:38:54Here we go. Here we go. This time. Come on.
01:38:59Please. Please. Come on!
01:39:02(SHOUTS)
01:39:03(ENGINE STARTING)
01:39:06(EXCLAIMS)
01:39:07(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:39:43(GASPS)
01:39:45(SCREAMING)
01:40:14(ACCELERATING)
01:40:40Doc.
01:41:30(SHOUTING GLEEFULLY)
01:41:42(HELICOPTER HOVERING)
01:41:58(MUSIC PLAYING ON RADIO)
01:42:02(EXPLOSIVE CRASHING)
01:42:05(TIRES SQUEALING)
01:42:06(CRASHING)
01:42:17Crazy drunk driver.
01:42:30Whoo!
01:42:35All right. Fred.
01:42:38You look great. Everything looks great.
01:42:421:24. I still got time. I'm coming, Doc!
01:42:48(ENGINE DYING)
01:42:50No! No, not again! Come on! Come on!
01:42:55(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:43:00(TERRORISTS SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY)
01:43:09Libyans.
01:43:33MARTY: No!
01:43:35You bastard!
01:43:50TERRORIST: Go!
01:43:58(GUN FIRING)
01:44:18(TERRORISTS SCREAMING)
01:44:26Doc! Doc!
01:44:31(SOBBING)
01:44:33No! No!
01:44:50You're alive.
01:45:01Bulletproof vest?
01:45:04How did you know?
01:45:06I never got a chance to tell you.
01:45:22What about all that talk about screwing up future events?
01:45:26The space-time continuum?
01:45:29Well, I figured, what the hell?
01:45:42So, how far ahead are you going?
01:45:44About 30 years. It's a nice, round number.
01:45:47Look me up when you get there, all right? Guess I'll be about 47.
01:45:52I will.
01:45:53Take care.
01:45:56You, too.
01:45:57Right. Bye-bye, Einie.
01:46:00Oh. And watch that re-entry. It's a little bumpy.
01:46:03You bet.
01:46:25(EXPLOSIVE CRASHING)
01:46:43(POP SONG PLAYING ON RADIO)
01:47:10What a nightmare.
01:47:23LINDA: If Paul calls me, tell him I'm working at the boutique late tonight.
01:47:26DAVID: Linda, first of all, I'm not your answering service,
01:47:28second of all, somebody named Greg
01:47:30or Craig called you just a little while ago.
01:47:32Well, which one was it, Greg or Craig?
01:47:33I don't know! I can't keep up with all of your boyfriends.
01:47:36Hey.
01:47:38What the hell is this?
01:47:41Breakfast.
01:47:42DAVID: Did you sleep in your clothes again last night?
01:47:45Yeah. I...
01:47:47Yeah. What are you wearing, Dave?
01:47:50Marty, I always wear a suit to the office.
01:47:54You all right? Yeah.
01:47:57LORRAINE: I think we need a rematch, George.
01:47:58A rematch?
01:47:59Why? Were you cheating?
01:48:00(LAUGHING) No.
01:48:02Hello. Good morning.
01:48:06Mom! Dad!
01:48:07Did you hit your head? Marty, are you all right?
01:48:09You guys look great. Mom, you look so thin.
01:48:13Why, thank you, Marty. George!
01:48:16(SIGHS)
01:48:17Good morning, sleepyhead.
01:48:20Good morning, Dave. Linda.
01:48:22DAVID: Good morning, Mom.
01:48:23LINDA: Marty, I almost forgot. Jennifer Parker called.
01:48:26I sure like her, Marty. She is such a sweet girl.
01:48:30Isn't tonight the night of the big date?
01:48:32What? What, Ma?
01:48:34Aren't you going up to the lake tonight?
01:48:36You've been planning it for two weeks.
01:48:38Mom, we talked about this. How can I go to the lake?
01:48:41The car's wrecked.
01:48:42Wrecked? Wrecked?
01:48:44When did this happen? Why wasn't I told?
01:48:45Quiet down.
01:48:46I'm sure the car is fine.
01:48:48DAVID: Why am I always the last one to know about these things?
01:48:50See? There's Biff out there waxing it right now.
01:48:54Now, Biff, I want to make sure that
01:48:55we get two coats of wax this time, not just one.
01:48:58I'm just finishing up the second coat now.
01:49:00Now, Biff, don't con me.
01:49:04I'm sorry, Mr. McFly.
01:49:06I meant I was just starting on the second coat.
01:49:10Biff. What a character. Always trying to get away with something.
01:49:15I've had to stay on top of Biff ever since high school.
01:49:18Although, if it wasn't for him...
01:49:20We never would have fallen in love.
01:49:21That's right.
01:49:23Mr. McFly! Mr. McFly, this just arrived.
01:49:26Oh, hi, Marty. I think it's your new book.
01:49:32Honey! Your first novel.
01:49:36GEORGE: Like I've always told you,
01:49:37you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything.
01:49:40Oh, Marty, here's your keys.
01:49:42You're all waxed up, ready for tonight.
01:49:45Keys?
01:50:02How about a ride, mister?
01:50:04Jennifer.
01:50:06Oh, are you a sight for sore eyes! Let me look at you.
01:50:11Marty, you're acting like you haven't seen me in a week.
01:50:14I haven't.
01:50:16You okay? Is everything all right?
01:50:22MARTY: Oh, yeah.
01:50:26Everything is great.
01:50:30(EXPLOSIVE CRASHING)
01:50:33(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:50:42Marty! You've got to come back with me!
01:50:47Where?
01:50:48Back to the future.
01:50:54Wait a minute. What are you doing, Doc?
01:50:57I need fuel.
01:51:02Go ahead. Quick! Get in the car.
01:51:04No, no. Doc, I just got here, okay?
01:51:06Jennifer's here. We're gonna take the new truck for a spin.
01:51:08Well, bring her along. This concerns her, too.
01:51:12Wait a minute, Doc. What are you talking about?
01:51:13What happens to us in the future?
01:51:15Do we become assholes or something?
01:51:17No, no, no, no, Marty.
01:51:18Both you and Jennifer turn out fine.
01:51:20It's your kids, Marty.
01:51:22Something has got to be done about your kids.
01:51:24(TIRES SCREECHING)
01:51:30Hey, Doc, we better back up. We don't have enough road to get up to 88.
01:51:34Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.
01:51:41(JETS FIRING)

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