This movie starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson was filmed at more than 3 locations. Among them Courthouse Square in Universal City, United States. All filming locations of Back to the Future Part II from 1989 are listed below.
Marty and Doc are at it again in this wacky sequel to the 1985 blockbuster as the time-traveling duo head to 2015 to nip some McFly family woes in the bud. But things go awry thanks to bully Biff Tannen and a pesky sports almanac. In a last-ditch attempt to set things straight, Marty finds himself bound for 1955 and face to face with his teenage parents -- again.
Adventure, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction
United States of America
Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly / Marty McFly Junior / Marlene McFly), Christopher Lloyd (Doctor Emmett Brown), Lea Thompson (Lorraine McFly), Thomas F. Wilson (Biff Tannen / Griff Tannen), Elisabeth Shue (Jennifer Parker), James Tolkan (Strickland), Jeffrey Weissman (George McFly) more..., Casey Siemaszko (3-D), Billy Zane (Match), J.J. Cohen (Skinhead), Charles Fleischer (Terry), E. Casanova Evans (Video Waiter (Michael Jackson)), Jay Koch (Video Waiter (Ronald Reagan)), Charles Gherardi (Video Waiter (Ayatollah Khomeini)), Ricky Dean Logan (Data), Darlene Vogel (Spike), Jason Scott Lee (Whitey), Elijah Wood (Video Game Boy), John Thornton (Video Game Boy), Theo Schwartz (Hoverboard Girl), Lindsey Whitney Barry (Hoverboard Girl), Judy Ovitz (Antique Store Saleswoman), Stephanie Williams (Officer Foley), Marty Levy (Cab Driver), Flea (Needles), Jim Ishida (Fujitsu), Nikki Birdsong (Loretta), Al White (Dad), Junior Fann (Mom), Shaun Hunter (Harold), George Buck Flower (Bum), Neil Ross (Museum Narrator (voice)), Tamara Carrera (Jacuzzi Girl), Tracy Dali (Jacuzzi Girl), Jennifer Brown (Basketball Kid), Irina Cashen (Basketball Kid), Angela Greenblatt (Basketball Kid), Cameron Moore (Basketball Kid), Justin Mosley Spink (Basketball Kid), Lisa Freeman (Babs) and others.
Neil Canton (Producer), Bob Gale (Producer), Dean Cundey (Director of Photography), Alan Silvestri (Original Music Composer), Rick Carter (Production Design), Mike Fenton (Casting), Valorie Massalas (Casting) more..., Judy Taylor (Casting), Harry Keramidas (Editor), Arthur Schmidt (Editor), Bob Gale (Screenplay), Robert Zemeckis (Characters), Robert Zemeckis (Story), Bob Gale (Characters), Kathleen Kennedy (Executive Producer), Frank Marshall (Executive Producer), Steven Spielberg (Executive Producer), Bob Gale (Story), Margie Stone McShirley (Art Direction), Linda DeScenna (Set Decoration), Joanna Johnston (Costume Design), Dorothy Byrne (Hairstylist), Hazel Catmull (Hairstylist), Allen Payne (Hairstylist), Nancy J. Hvasta Leonardi (Makeup Artist), Ellis Burman Jr. (Makeup Artist), Steve Starkey (Associate Producer), Steve Irwin (Video Assist Operator), Larry Singer (ADR Supervisor), Ralph Nelson Jr. (Still Photographer), Mary Andrews (ADR Editor), Lynn Christopher (Assistant Art Director), Walt Hadfield (Construction Coordinator), Jerry Sargent (Construction Foreman), Larry Lennert (Greensman), Tom McCown (Leadman), Cary Conway (Painter), Jonas David (Production Illustrator), Beverli Eagan (Set Designer), Jerry Gadette (Standby Painter) and others.
Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment
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Marty McFly tries to escape on his hoverboard.
Marty McFly arrives in 2015.
Just when Marty thinks he is back safe from the future and everything is okay, Marty, Jennifer and Doc Brown must go back to the future