Back to the Future (1985)
- During the opening sequence, when all clocks ring at 8 AM (twenty-five minutes slow), there's a Pepsi board visible in the upper right corner of the frame.
- 1985: A Pepsi Cola can is visible when Marty's band is playing in front of the jury at Hill Valley High School.
- 1985: A can of Diet Pepsi when Marty and his father are talking about the wrecked car.
- 1985: A can of Diet Pepsi is next to Marty when he sleeps, before Doc calls.
- 1955: When Marty enters Lou's Cafe, a Pepsi thermometer can be seen on the upper right of the wall.
- 1955: When George meets Marty at the Texaco gas station, a Pepsi machine is visible. Marty takes a bottle out and drinks it.
- 1955: When Marvin Berry and the Starlighters are playing at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance, a Pepsi-Cola suitcase is standing under the amp.
- 1955: A Pepsi bottle in Marvin Berry and the Starlighters' car.
- In this film, 1985 Hill Valley mayor candidate (and 1955 Lou's Diner cook) Goldie Wilson is played by Donald Fullilove, who performed the voice of young Michael Jackson in the animated series Jackson 5ive (1971).
- In Back to the Future Part II (1989), Jackson is one of the virtual reality waiters at the Cafe '80s, and there were several Michael Jackson paraphernalia all over the bedroom Marty breaks into in Alternate 1985.
- In Back to the Future Part III (1990), Marty does the moonwalk while muttering the lyrics to Jackson's "Billie Jean" when Buford Tannen shoots at his feet.
- "You've come here a great distance." Marty traveled 30 years into the past.
- "You want me to buy a subscription to the Saturday Evening Post." Marty finds out the date from an issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
- "You want me to make a donation to the Coast Guard Youth Auxiliary." Marty explains his orange vest to Stella Baines by saying he's in the Coast Guard.