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Club América EN Oct 21
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Funko Oct 21
RT & follow for a chance to WIN a 2019 exclusive Marty Mcfly Pop!
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Pumpkin Spiced AJ @Halloween Oct 21
Happy & 35th anniversary !!! Still in disbelief that I get to be part of the family! The joy these films bring me is unparalleled & getting to take up the mantle of Marty 10 years ago in the game is still too heavy to comprehend.🎸🕐⚡️
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MSHP Troop F Oct 21
Unless you have a flux capacitor, doing 88 mph won’t get you anywhere but court.
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Geek Bomb Oct 21
Its been 4 years since Marty went to the future and we still don't have hoverboards! We're disappointed to say the least.
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Red T Raccoon Oct 21
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TED Talks Oct 21
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Geeks + Gamers Oct 21
Happy ! What invention would you want from the famous film starring ? Drop a comment/choice below! Hoverboards 🏂 Flying cars🚗 Self tying shoes🏃 Pizza hydrator🍕
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Army Futures Command Oct 21
What will the of 30 years into the future look like... autonomous vehicles, robotic weaponry, holographic imagery? is working those solutions now!
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XMenTAS Oct 22
Some - if you were amazed by with Doc Brown & , then hang on...
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theblerdgurl™️ Oct 21
Great Scott! I almost forgot! It’s !
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Lea Thompson Oct 21
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Only Film Media Oct 21
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J Wolfgang Goerlich Oct 21
An annual reminder that, whatever it was Brown and McFly did, we now live in the darkest of timelines.
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East L.A. News Oct 21
This Scene from Back to the Future, was shot at Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California.
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fernanda castano Nov 5
On November 5, 1955, the Flux Capacitor was invented.
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Fort Wayne TinCaps Oct 21
Four years since and still no hoverboards or flying cars... We do have this, though 😍
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#HashtagJones Oct 26
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East L.A. News Oct 21
The film back to the future was rejected by every major studio, but eventually it got made never give up
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