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|Back to the Future Annual|
Back to the Future Annual was an official book released in the United Kingdom in 1990. Although an annual would usually be published once a year (appearing in book stores around August/September), this was the only edition. The cover price was £4.25.
The cover photograph was a publicity shot of Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Freddie posing with the DeLorean time machine on the set of 2015 Hill Valley, showing the Courthouse with its large, futuristic-looking darkened windows in the background.
The book included synopses of each film in the trilogy, detailed descriptions of the Courthouse Square from each era, behind-the-scenes information, actor profiles, photographs, and more.
The book was also published in a paperback edition, simply titled Back to the Future, priced at £2.99. The paperback edition had an additional page at the front of the book, showing a black and white photo of Doc and Marty in 1885, but the contents were otherwise identical.
Note: Where the content of a feature is not obvious from its title or description, a brief summary has been added in parentheses.
- Back to the Future Part I
- The Courthouse Square: 1985
- Back to the Future Part II
- The Courthouse Square: 1955
- Back to the Future Part III
- The Time Machine!
A schematic of the time traveling DeLorean by Lee Sullivan
- Profile: Michael J. Fox
The star of all three films in focus!
- Bring on the Bad Guys (A feature on the Tannens)
For every good hero, there has to be a bad villain – and Biff Tannen sure fits the bill on that one!
- Profile: Christopher Lloyd
The man who brought Doc Brown to madcap life!
- The Courthouse Square: 2015
- Profile: Lea Thompson
Mothering Marty McFly is no easy job!
- The Courthouse Square: 1885
- Making Music (A look at the work of composer Alan Silvestri)
Putting the rhythm into time travel
- Could it all be true? (A feature on time travel)