Scene 7: 1955

Scene 7: 1955
Back to the Future
Deleted Scenes
DVD Features
Scene 1: Main Titles
Scene 2: Late For School
Scene 3: The Slacker
Scene 4: The Family McFly
Scene 5: A Time Machine?
Scene 6: Escape to the Past
Scene 8: Dad the Dork
Scene 9: Calvin & Lorraine
Scene 10: Future Boy & Doc
Scene 11: Marty's Problem
Scene 12: The Matchmaker
Scene 13: Skateboard Hero
Scene 14: The Big Date
Scene 15: The Real George
Scene 16: Johnny B. Goode
Scene 17: Back to the Future
Scene 18: Doc's Decision
Scene 19: Future Shock
Scene 20: Roads? (Credits)


Mrs Peabody: Pa! W-wwhat is it Pa?

Mr Peabody: It looks like a airplane...without wings.

Sherman: That ain't no airplane--look!

Peabody Family: [Screaming]


Eli Peabody's son's name is Sherman. Sherman is a referance to the time traveller on the Bullwinkle Show, a dog named Mr. Peabody was also on the show.

Marty: Listen, wait! Hello, excuse me. Sorry about your barn.

Sherman: It's already mutated intro human form. Shoot it!

Farmer Peabody: Take that, you mutated son of a bitch!!!

Peabody Daughter: Move Away!

Farmer Peabody: My pine! Why you!! You space bastard, you killed our pine!

Marty: All right, All right, okay McFly, get a grip on yourself. It's all a dream. Just a very intense dream.


Marty: Whoa, hey, listen you gotta help me.

Woman: Don't stop, Wilbert. Drive!

Marty: Can't be. This is nuts. Oh, come on.


The movie playing at the theater is the Cattle Queen of Montana starring Ronald Reagan, who was President of the United States in 1985.


At the Texaco in 1955 the leaded gasoline is 19, it was $1.09 in 1985.

Four Aces: Mr. Sandman Mr. Sandman...Mr, Sandman, Bring me a dream, make her complexion like peaches and cream. Give her two lips like roses and clover, then tell me that my lonesome nights are over, Sandman I'm so alon don't have nobody to call my own...

The Newspaper Marty has is dated November 5, 1955. The headline of the newspaper is EISENHOWER VETOES SENATE BILL. On the back it has an advertisment for Statler Motors Studebaker.

Election Car: The future is in your hands. If you believe in progress, Re-Elect Mayor Red Thomas, progress is his middle name. Mayor Red Thomas' progress platform means more jobs, better education, bigger civic improvements, and lower taxes. On Election Day, cast your vote for a proven leader, re-elect Mayor Red Thomas.

Marty: This has gotta be a dream.


Lou: Hey kid, what'd you do, jump ship?

Marty: What?

Lou: Well what's with the life preserver?

Marty: I just wanna use the phone.

Lou: Yeah, it's in the back.

Marty: Brown, Brown...


Doc's telephone number is Klondike 5-4385. Doc also seems to be the only one in the phonebook with his profession next to his name. Doc's name Emmett is misspelled Emmet in the phonebook.

Marty: Great, you're alive.

Marty: Do you know where 1640 Riverside drive is...

Lou: Are you gonna order something, kid?

Marty: Yeah, gimme..gimme a Tab.

Lou: Tab? I can't give you a tab unless you order something.

Marty: Alright, gimme a Pepsi free.

Lou: You wanna a Pepsi pal, you're gonna pay for it!

Marty: Look just gimme something without any sugar in it, okay?

Lou: Something without sugar.



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