TV commercials (as his character "Doc Brown" from the "Back to the Future" series): DirecTV
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(2012, on Who Framed Roger Rabbit?) Here was another guy who, okay, he was a toon, but he was also just so evil. So evil. I mean, dipping the little shoes and other little toons into the dip? He was just nasty. And, of course, I loved the makeup. That outfit I wore, the glasses, the whole look of it. It was a lot of fun to play. Yeah, that was great. And working with Bob Hoskins and, again, Bob ...
For his brief 1985 scenes in Back to the Future
(1985), he wore prosthetic make-up to appear 30 years older than in his 1955 scenes, which dominate the film. In the sequels, the 1985 Doc Brown has more scenes. To avoid having to put him through extensive make-up every morning, writers Robert Zemeckis
and Bob Gale
came up with the idea of Doc Brown visiting a rejuvenation clinic in the future, ...