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Travel to the Past With a Look at the Making of Back to the Future

No absurd number of gigawatts or convoluted plans required.

We’re going to be getting a lot of Back to the Future this year with the film’s 30th anniversary, which just passed on July 3, and the day Marty McFly arrived in the future in Part II, October 21, 2015, rapidly approaching. The franchise is coming back to theaters to celebrate its 30th birthday, but you can watch this retrospective on its creation from the comfort of your own home thanks to all the wonders of THE FUTURE.

(via /Film)

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