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|Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History (Titan Books)|
|Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History (Harper Design)|
Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History is an officially licensed non-fiction book which includes 224 pages of behind-the-scenes stories, interviews, rare and never-before-seen images, concept art, storyboards, photos, and special removable replicas of paper items from the films. It was written by Michael Klastorin – the production publicist on Back to the Future Part II and Back to the Future Part III – with Randal Atamaniuk, and released in October 2015 by Titan Books in the UK and Harper Design in the US to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the trilogy.
- Foreword by Michael J. Fox
- Preface by Christopher Lloyd
- Introduction by Bob Gale
- Part One
- When Bob met Bob…
- Back to the beginning
- The first and second drafts
- The third draft
- From zero to 88 MPH
- Casting about
- Where’s Marty?
- Time circuits on
- Halfway home?
- No rest for the weary
- A musical interlude
- Sneaking around
- Part Two
- You’ve gotta come back!
- It’s the script, Bob! Something’s gotta be done about the script!
- Rewriting the future
- Get ready
- Meanwhile, back at the ranch…
- If the Glover doesn’t fit
- Get set…
- We’re back!
- Part Three
- Go west
- Planes, trains, and DeLoreans
- And Beyond
- Back to the Future: The Ride
- Back to the Future: The Animated Series
- Into the future
- Afterword by Robert Zemeckis
- Author acknowledgments
- Doc’s flux capacitor sketch
- Lenticular version of the McFly family photograph
- Save the Clock Tower flyer
- Hill Valley High School Tardy Slip
- Marty’s letter to Doc, with envelope
- A Match Made in Space book cover
- George and Lorraine’s prom photo
- One dollar “Biff Bill” from 1985A
- Blast from the Past receipt for the Almanac
- Doc and Marty’s clock photograph
- Doc’s letter to Marty from 1885
- Security pass from Back to the Future: The Ride
- Movie poster for Jaws 19