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The Making of Back to the Future

Take a rare look behind-the-scenes of the making of Back to the Future in a featurette created in 1985,
featuring Michael J. Fox, writer/director Robert Zemeckis, writer/producer Bob Gale and special cameo
appearances including executive producer Steven Spielberg and musician Huey Lewis.

Making the Trilogy: Chapter 1

A unique look back at the making of the film with insights into the multi dimensional family interaction
and casting choices, featuring Michael J. Fox, Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale.

Ouattakes

Hilarious flubs, bloopers and antics from the set.

Candid Q&A With Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale.

Enhanced Coversation with Michael J. Fox

A unique opportunity to see Michael J. Fox as he discusses Back to the Future.

Feature Commentary With Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton

Did You Know That? Universal Animated Anecdotes

Watch the feature film and see notes on over 150 fascinating facts, trivia, and mistakes

Deleted Scenes with Commentary By Producer Bob Gale

Original Make-up Tests

See the original make-up tests for the elad characters: Doc Brown, Marty's Mom Lorraine and Nemesis
Biff.

Deleted Scenes with Commentary By Producer Bob Gale

Production Archives

Interactive environment enables viewing of hundreds of production photographs, original storyboards,
conceptual art and props used in the film, including:
Marty McFly's Photo Album
Behind-the-scenes Photographs
The Delorean Designs
Time Travel Designs

Excerpts from the Original Screenplay

Theatrical Trailer

DVD-ROM Features With Total Axcess Including The Original Script

Exclusive behind-the-scenes details, interview excerpts and more

Michael J. Fox Foundation For Parkinson's Research

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