Eighties teenager Marty McFly is accidentally sent back in time to 1955, inadvertently disrupting his parents' first meeting and attracting his mother's romantic interest. Marty must repair the damage to history by rekindling his parents' romance and - with the help of his eccentric inventor friend Doc Brown - return to 1985.
Adventure, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction
United States of America
Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly), Christopher Lloyd (Dr. Emmett Brown), Lea Thompson (Lorraine Baines), Crispin Glover (George McFly), Thomas F. Wilson (Biff Tannen), Claudia Wells (Jennifer Parker), Marc McClure (Dave McFly) more..., Wendie Jo Sperber (Linda McFly), George DiCenzo (Sam Baines), Frances Lee McCain (Stella Baines), James Tolkan (Mr. Strickland), J.J. Cohen (Skinhead), Casey Siemaszko (3-D), Billy Zane (Match), Harry Waters, Jr. (Marvin Berry), Donald Fullilove (Goldie Wilson), Lisa Freeman (Babs), Cristen Kauffman (Betty), Elsa Raven (Clocktower Lady), Will Hare (Pa Peabody), Ivy Bethune (Ma Peabody), Jason Marin (Sherman Peabody), Katherine Britton (Daughter Peabody), Jason Hervey (Milton Baines), Maia Brewton (Sally Baines), Courtney Gains (Dixon), Richard L. Duran (Terrorist), Jeff O'Haco (Terrorist Van Driver), Johnny Green (Scooter Kid #1), Jamie Abbott (Scooter Kid #2), Norman Alden (Lou), Read Morgan (Cop), Sachi Parker (Bystander #1), Robert Krantz (Bystander #2), Gary Riley (Guy #1), Karen Petrasek (Girl #1), George Buck Flower (Red Thomas - The Bum), Tommy Thomas (Starlighter), Granville 'Danny' Young (Starlighter), David Harold Brown (Starlighter) and others.
Bob Gale (Producer), Neil Canton (Producer), Dean Cundey (Director of Photography), Alan Silvestri (Original Music Composer), Harry Keramidas (Editor), Arthur Schmidt (Editor), Lawrence G. Paull (Production Design) more..., Jane Feinberg (Casting), Mike Fenton (Casting), Judy Taylor (Casting), Robert Zemeckis (Writer), Bob Gale (Writer), Kathleen Kennedy (Executive Producer), Frank Marshall (Executive Producer), Steven Spielberg (Executive Producer), Todd Hallowell (Art Direction), Hal Gausman (Set Decoration), Deborah Lynn Scott (Costume Design), Dorothy Byrne (Hairstylist), Ken Chase (Makeup Artist), Charles L. Campbell (Supervising Sound Editor), Robert R. Rutledge (Supervising Sound Editor), John A. Larsen (Sound Editor), Bones Howe (Music Supervisor), Barbara Palmer Dixon (Assistant Editor), Ralph Nelson (Still Photographer), Raymond Stella (Camera Operator), Clyde E. Bryan (First Assistant Camera), Elizabeth Rabe (Hairstylist), Jack Grossberg (Unit Production Manager), Dennis E. Jones (Unit Production Manager), Arthur F. Repola (Post Production Supervisor), Brian Callahan (Costume Supervisor), Robert Iannaccone (Costume Supervisor), Julie Starr Dresner (Set Costumer), Walter Scott (Stunt Coordinator), Drew Struzan (Other), Alan L. Nineberg (ADR Editor), Ernest Depew (Construction Coordinator), Tim Stadler (Painter) and others.
U-Drive Productions, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment
Marty performs during the "Enchantment Under the Sea" party.
Marty catches his father watching his mother from the tree. As he falls Marty tries to save him and gets hit by the car from his grandfather.
Marty McFly is late for school after spending too much time at Doc Brown's place. He uses a car to get a ride...
Doc Brown loads the DeLorean from his truck and explains Marty McFly what he has created.
Because he spend too much time at Doc Brown's place, Marty McFly is late for school. When he arrives his girlfriend Jennifer Parker stops him. They take a back door.
Marty is back in 1955 at school.