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- "Just before the hotel entrance was the door to another building, the BIFF TANNEN MUSEUM according to the neon sign out front. Marty stopped for a second to stare at the display area in front of the ticket window. / There, in the middle of the display, was the black roadster Biff had driven back in 1955 — the same one that had gotten bashed in that collision with a manure truck. Except now the car had been totally restored; it was so sleek and brightly polished that it almost looked brand new. And next to that was a lifelike wax figure of Biff! It was a pretty good likeness too — the same burly body and sloping forehead. They had even gotten the smirk right."
- —From Back to the Future Part II by Craig Shaw Gardner (quote, pages 111 and 112)
- " [The narration for the documentary continued] 'Meet the women who shared in his passion as he searched for true love.' / More photos followed [on the video monitor] — top models, starlets, women in swimsuits on magazine covers. / 'And relive Biff's happiest moment as — in 1973 — he realized his lifelong dream by marrying his high school sweetheart, Lorraine Baines McFly.' / Lorraine Baines McFly? The monitor showed a home movie of Biff coming out of a church with Marty's mother! / Biff grinned into the camera. 'Third time's the charm.' He turned, and kissed Marty's mother full on the mouth. / 'No!' Marty screamed. He must be dreaming! Anything but this! 'NO!' "
- —From Back to the Future Part II by Craig Shaw Gardner (quote, pages 113 and 114)
It was attached to Biff Tannen's Pleasure Paradise Casino & Hotel, and contained among its exhibits a waxwork figure of Biff standing next to his newly-restored Ford Super De Luxe Convertible from 1955, both of which could seen at the main entrance — outside which was a sign that read Smoking Required. According to the tickets, admission to the museum was $5.00.
Behind the scenes
- The actor providing narration for the video documentary shown at the Biff Tannen Museum was Neil Ross.
- The Smoking Required sign was a standard "No Smoking" symbol, without the diagonal red bar across it.