Results for: back to the future part iii (1990): the delorean
The clip the delorean from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox
It's all right, Copernicus. Everything will be fine.
I'm sorry. It's all my fault you're stuck back there.
I never should've let Biff get to me.
There are plenty worse places to be than the Old West.
I could have ended up in the Dark Ages.
They probably would have burned me at the stake as a heretic.
Let's look at the map.
According to this, the time vehicle is sealed off in a side tunnel.
We may have to blast.
I think you woke up the dead with that blast.
Take this camera. I want to document everything!
This reminds me of the time I attempted to reach the center of the Earth.
I'd been reading my favorite author, Jules Verne.
I spent weeks preparing that expedition. I didn't even get this far.
Of course, I was only 12 at the time.
You know, it was the writings of Jules Verne...
that had a profound effect on my life.
When I was 11, I first read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
It was then that I realized I must devote my life to science.
Check it out. Look at this.
Just like in Journey to the Center of the Earth!
That means the time machine must be right through this wall!
It's been buried in here for 70 years, two months and 13 days.
"As you see, the lightning bolt shorted out the time-circuit control chip.
The clip the delorean Part 2 from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd
"The attached... "
"Schematic diagram will allow you to build a replacement unit...
"with 1955 components, thus restoring the time machine to perfect working order. "
Unbelievable that this little piece of junk could be such a big problem.
No wonder this circuit failed. It says, "Made in Japan. "
What do you mean, Doc? All the best stuff is made in Japan.
You know, when I was a kid, I always wanted to be a cowboy.
Now, knowing I'm spending my future in the past...
it sounds like a wonderful way to spend my retirement years.
It just occurred to me, since I end up in 1885...
perhaps I'm now in the history books. I wonder.
Could I look myself up in the old newspaper archives?
I don't know.
You always say it's not good to know too much about your own destiny.
You're right, Marty. I know too much already.
Better that I not attempt to uncover the circumstances of my own future.
Copernicus. Come on, boy!
I'll get him.
Come on. Let's go home, boy.
What's wrong, Copernicus?
Come on, let's go.
Doc, come here!
What's wrong? You look like you've seen a ghost.