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Clara Clayton (Character)
from Back to the Future Part III (1990)
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- "Back to the Future"
- Verne Hatches a Egg (1992) TV episode, Played by Mary Steenburgen (as Clara Clayton Brown)
- St. Louise Blues (1992) TV episode, Played by Mary Steenburgen (as Clara Clayton Brown)
- Super Doc (1992) TV episode, Played by Mary Steenburgen (as Clara Clayton Brown)
- My Pop's an Alien (1992) TV episode, Played by Mary Steenburgen (as Clara Clayton Brown)
- Hill Valley Brown-Out (1992) TV episode, Played by Mary Steenburgen (as Clara Clayton Brown)
- Back to the Future Part III (1990) Played by Mary Steenburgen
Clara Clayton: Emmett, do you think we'll ever be able to travel to the moon like we travel across the country on trains?
Doc: Definitely, although not for another eighty-four years and not on trains. We'll have space vehicles, capsules to sail off in rockets, devices that create giant explosions, explosions that are so powerful that they...
Clara Clayton: [finishes Doc's sentence] "They break the pull of the earth's gravity and send their projectile through outer space."
[Doc stares at her in shock. Clara laughs]
Clara Clayton: Emmett, I read that book too. You're quoting Jules Verne, "From the Earth to the Moon".
Doc: You've read Jules Verne?
Clara Clayton: I *adore* Jules Verne.
Doc: So do I. "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", my absolute favorite. The first time I read that when I was a little boy I wanted to meet Captain Nemo and...
Clara Clayton: [laughs] Don't tease, Emmett. You couldn't have read that when you were a little boy, it was only first published ten years ago.
Doc: Oh, yes, well... I meant it made me *feel* like a boy. I never met a woman who liked Jules Verne before.
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