Back to the Future Part III (1990)
Movie based on the game
Doc Brown wears clothes based on Professor Marvel
Folks dance on a building foundation, when the tune "My Darling Clementine" is performed.
Marty says, "Hi-ho, Silver!" as he revs the car and waits for Doc's "starting pistol" signal to accelerate to 88 miiles per hour.
Pat Buttram, co-star of "The Gene Autry Show," is one of the saloon regulars in "Back to the Future Part III." When Marty McFly walks into the saloon, Buttram's character makes a rude comment about Marty's shirt, a shirt which looks similar to one worn by one of the many characters on "The Gene Autry Show."
Drive-in theater billboard
Drive-in theater billboard
Drive-in theater billboard
Drive-in theater billboard
Movie poster seen at the Hill-Valley drive-in
Marty McFly uses a boiler plate as a bullet proof vest.
Is mentioned by Doc Brown
The scene when Marty looks himself in the mirror and repeats "You talkin' to me?", and then, "Well, I'm the only one here."
The scenes when Marty goes into the bar is something of an homage to the Clint Eastwood movie "The Outlaw Josey Wales." Actor Matt Clark plays the bartender in both movies. In Back to the Future Marty (aka Clint Eastwood) asks for water to drink and the bartender says they only serve whiskey. In Josey Wales (played by Clint Eastwood) first asks for whiskey to drink and the bartender tells him they don't have any whiskey.
Marty looks in the mirror and says "Go ahead, make my day".
The train station used in Back to the Future Part III is the same one that was used earlier in Pale Rider.
References this film in music, game play and artwork
Lloyd and Steenburgen were promoting this film at the time
Title mentioned in Elevator Fans
Mentioned in Back To the Future the Ride coverage
In his cameo appearance, Robert Zemeckis wears a "Back to the Future III" hat.
Ash is stuck in the past with a car that no longer works. Steam power is used to fix this car. The car (and Ash) is sealed in a cavern so that it may be preserved for the future. These are all things which mirror major plot points in BTTF III
After meeting the woman of his dreams, Christopher Lloyd's character (Uncle Fester) says, "What a beautiful name!", just as he does as Doc Brown in BTTF3, when he meets Clara Clayton.
Rod Taylor refers to the film.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Back to the Future films in his review of Camp Nowhere (1994)
Wayne and Diane refer to the film when discussing their time travel back to the Old West.
VHS seen in Jerry's apartment
Francois mentions Escape From the Future Part III [sic] when Michelle is watching the documentary
Friendly Fire invites the Tick and Arthur to a film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes how did Marty find his way to the 1885 Hilly Valley.
Features outtakes from the filming of Back to the Future Part III.
Most of the Wild West sequence.
The slightly elevated close-up shot of the locomotive's cow-catcher coming to a halt just inches from the viewer, the hero quotes Doc Brown about wanting to pull a train whistle, etc.
Documentary references this film.
Ben Stone and Paul Rudd's character discuss Back to the Future, the car and specific lines that Doc Brown says during a nice dinner including lines and references from all three films
artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
References are made to characters Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen & Clara Clayton.
Lester says that Morgan, who has just purchased a DeLorean - the same car turned into a time machine in the "Back to the Future" trilogy - "could be in the Old West."
Features selected themes and characters
Justin: If I was a slacker, would I know how to recalibrate a flux capacitor? Ryan: That's from Back to the Future, it was on last night!
When the trio is recreating the steps to travel through time, they all check their watches while holding imaginary sunglasses or hats. This mimics the gesture seen on posters for the Back to the Future trilogy. The pose was also used in posters and promotional material for the film.
Larry's cowboy costume is the same costume Doc Brown gives to Marty
One of Carter Pewterschmidt's video wills is in case the train couldn't push the DeLorean up to 88mph and he is stuck in 1885.
Brad, Rob, and Doug quote this film.
"I would stop the kid from Back to the Future III pointing at his penis"
When Rango walks into the bar in Dirt, the bartender is wiping the bar the same way the bartender is when Marty walks into the old west version.
The dramatic scene on the train near the end references the climax to this movie; Fred clinging onto the side of the train is similar, and the shot of the locomotive plunging into the gorge and exploding among impact is very similar to the crash of Engine 131.
Dean introduces himsef as "Clint Eastwood" like Marty McFly in Back To The Future III
The Blu-Ray is seen
Marty refers to the fact that his great-grandfather William peed on him in 1885.
The Soundtrack from the film is used
DVD given to Morgan
Mentioned by Dean
"That was close, he saved her from crashing into tiny Clayton Revene."
Evil Abed tells Britta: "You're VH1, 'RoboCop 2,' and 'Back to the Future III.'"
Marty McFly appears in the desert in front of a train
This and the second one are back-to-back sequels the Snob prefers.
Theme music is number 1.
Andy looks at a train at the Smithsonian and asks, "Is this the train from 'Back to the Future III'?"
mentioned in discussion
Rebecca falls off the train, when it is speeding, in a similar fashion that Clara was thrown off the train.
"Butch (Christopher Lloyd) can make it to the train by scaling it on a hoverboard."
Emmet and Clara are also the names of another couple in Back To The Future.
"You look more like Marty McFly's Clint Eastwood."
Sheldon has a nightmare about Leonard mixing up his "Back to the Future" Parts II and III DVDs and cases.
"The train has been hijacked by a local blacksmith and Clint Eastwood."
James mentions the Time Machine Delorean that was hid inside a mine shaft for 70 years.
Albert finds Doc Brown from Back to the Future Part III (1990) in a barn with the DeLorean.
The Inceptions uses the line: "Your future is whatever you make it!"
"...and if they take yet another line, they'll collide right into Doc Brown's train coming the other way."
DVD box-set release of the trilogy reviewed + footage used
Clips are played
James points out that a poster of Revenge of the Creature was shown at the drive in theater scene.
Ellen's #1 Top Movie Bully
"Time Travel Movie" segment.
Screenplay cliche segment
Clips shown as part of Brett's Time Travel movie
Clips from the move is shown as Panda "forgets about it"
An excerpt of Doc Brown saying "this is heavy"
Clip of train going off bridge edited into clip from "The Bachelorette"
Includes film clip
recalling another Christopher Lloyd love scene
Back to the Future III has a bad guy named Mad Dog, which is a character spoof of the Mad Dog from Wild Gunman (1984) (VG).
This episode is a parody of the film.
In a mining level, you find a buried DeLorean as uncovered by Marty in BTTF:III
When arriving at the gas station, a DeLorean is standing right in front of the entrance, half covered by a canvas.
Mack spoofs Buford Tannen by saying: "I hated that name! Hated it! Do you hear me?"
After meeting the Wright brothers, the Back to the Future theme can be heard as a train blowing red smoke heads towards a ravine.
A train destroys the time machine.
When Wooldoor drives off in the WoolDelorean, it disappears into flames and leaves behind a spinning license plate that reads "OATTIME" and leaves behind a version of Wooldoor that has a voice a lot like Michael J. Fox and is dressed in Marty McFly's 1885 clothes.
"THE END" appears at the end of the episode in the same font and orange-yellow gradient as the ending to the Back to the Future series, with a song about time travel playing over it.
In both films, an undertaker immediately takes the hero's measurements after he challenges the villain.
The Aquabats show up for a shootout armored with hubcaps
The conversation between Dr. Insano and the remaining critics is a take on Marty and Doc's final conversation.