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BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III The Facts

A horse dealership in 1885 is own by the Statlers. In Back to the Future (1985) there is an ad on the radio for "Statler Toyota".

 
The editor of Hill Valley's newspaper in 1885 is "M. R. Gale", a tribute to trilogy screenwriter Bob Gale.

In Back to the Future Part II (1989), Biff watches Per un pugno di dollari (1964) in the alternative 1985, in which Clint Eastwood's character uses steel plating underneath his poncho. Marty (calling himself "Clint Eastwood") uses the hatch from a stove under his poncho in 1885. The sign at the train crossing in 1985 identifies the location as "Eastwood Ravine".

References to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968): the train sprouts fins similar to the Professor's car.

Director of Photography Dean Cundey plays the photographer who takes Marty and Doc's picture in 1885.

When Marty walks along the railroad tracks and finally reaches the town, he comes to the railway station. Then he walks into the town, while the camera slowly rises up above the station and finally shows Marty at a large distance walking into the town. This scene is shot exactly the same way as the scene in C'era una volta il West (1969), when Jill arrives at the station.

ZZ Top is the folk band in 1885. ZZ Top wrote some of the music for the movie.

Facts courtesy of Internet Movie Database and Universal Pictures.
 

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