Visitors to the "Institute of Future Technology" enter what they believe to be a tour of the facilities, but instead get involved in a chase through time to recover a time-machine stolen by Biff Tannen. Written by
Steven Hunter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2 May 1991 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.44 : 1
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Did You Know?
Back to the Future The Ride in Florida originally opened to the public on May 2, 1991. It closed its doors to the past, present, and future on March 30, 2007. The attraction in California closed on Sept 3, 2007. Nothing has been said as of yet for the ride in Japan. See more
As you enter Hill Valley town square and approach the Courthouse, look down the alley to the right of the courthouse to see a giant styrofoam cup of coffee accidentally left on the miniature set. See more
[after short-circuiting the lab, and trapping Doc in his own office, he knocks
Hello! Hello! Dr. Brown!
Biff! How in the blazes did you get here?
[revealing the tied up scientists
Why don't you ask these bozos?
[Biff removes the tape off of the scientist's mouth
Dr. Brown. Our team was conducting an experiment back in 1955.
Female IFT Scientist
He must have stowed away!
Hey! I'm not the one to pass on a free ride!
Because this is presented as a ride "experience" and not a film, no credits are shown on screen. However, "directed by Douglas Trumball", "Music by Alan Silvestri", "Special Effects by ILM" and several other credits are posted on a plaque near the exit to the ride. See more