Back to the Future Part III  

They've saved the best trip for last... But this time they may have gone too far.

Back to the Future Part III (1990)

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The final installment of the Back to the Future trilogy finds Marty digging the trusty DeLorean out of a mineshaft and looking for Doc in the Wild West of 1885. But when their time machine breaks down, the travelers are stranded in a land of spurs. More problems arise when Doc falls for pretty schoolteacher Clara Clayton, and Marty tangles with Buford Tannen.

Director: Robert Zemeckis
Writer: Bob Gale

Release Date: 1990-05-25
Status: Released
Run time: 118 min / 1:58
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $244,527,583
Production Companies : Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, U-Drive Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1990-05-25
Status: Released
Run time: 118 min / 1:58
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $244,527,583

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Michael J. Fox
as Marty McFly / Seamus McFly
Christopher Lloyd
as Dr. Emmett Brown
Mary Steenburgen
as Clara Clayton
Thomas F. Wilson
as Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen/Biff Tannen
Lea Thompson
as Maggie McFly / Lorraine McFly
Elisabeth Shue
as Jennifer Parker
James Tolkan
as Marshal James Strickland
Matt Clark
as Chester the Bartender
Christopher Wynne
as Buford Tannen's Gang / Needles' Gang
Sean Sullivan
as Buford Tannen's Gang
Mike Watson
as Buford Tannen's Gang
as Copernicus
as Einstein
Marc McClure
as Dave McFly
Wendie Jo Sperber
as Linda McFly
Jeffrey Weissman
as George McFly
as Douglas J. Needles
J.J. Cohen
as Needles' Gang
Ricky Dean Logan
as Needles' Gang
Dean Cundey
as Photographer
Richard Dysart
as Barbwire Salesman
Pat Buttram
as Saloon Old Timer
Harry Carey, Jr.
as Saloon Old Timer
Dub Taylor
as Saloon Old Timer
Hugh Gillin
as Mayor Hubert
Burton Gilliam
as Colt Gun Salesman
Bill McKinney
as Engineer
Donovan Scott
as Deputy
Marvin J. McIntyre
as Mortician
Kaleb Henley
as Strickland's Son
Todd Cameron Brown
as Jules Brown
Dannel Evans
as Verne Brown
Leslie A. Prickett
as Celebration Man
Jo B. Cummings
as Pie Lady
Steve McArthur
as Festival Man #1
John Ickes
as Festival Man #2
James A. Rammel
as Festival Dance Caller
Michael Klastorin
as Townsman #1
Michael Mills
as Townsman #2
as Needles
Kenny Myers
as Townsman #3
Brad McPeters
as Eyepatch
Phinnaes D.
as Toothless
Rod Kuehne
as Ticket Agent
Leno Fletcher
as Conductor
Joey Newington
as Joey
Larry Ingold
as Train Fireman
Tim Konrad
as Barbwire Salesman's Companion
Glenn Fox
as Boy with Gun
Frank Beard
as Party Band Member #1 (uncredited)
Billy Gibbons
as Party Band Member #2 (uncredited)
Dorothy Hack
as Townswoman (uncredited)
Dusty Hill
as Party Band Member #3 (uncredited)
Marion Tumen
as Prostitute at Palace Saloon (uncredited)


Directing Robert Zemeckis Director
Production Neil Canton Producer
Production Bob Gale Producer
Camera Dean Cundey Director of Photography
Sound Alan Silvestri Original Music Composer
Editing Harry Keramidas Editor
Editing Arthur Schmidt Editor
Art Rick Carter Production Design
Production Mike Fenton Casting
Production Valorie Massalas Casting
Production Judy Taylor Casting
Writing Bob Gale Screenplay
Writing Robert Zemeckis Story
Writing Robert Zemeckis Characters
Writing Bob Gale Characters
Production Kathleen Kennedy Executive Producer
Production Frank Marshall Executive Producer
Production Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Writing Bob Gale Story
Art Margie Stone McShirley Art Direction
Art William James Teegarden Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Joanna Johnston Costume Design
Art Michael Taylor Set Decoration
Production Steve Starkey Associate Producer
Art Erin M. Cummins Assistant Art Director
Art Walt Hadfield Construction Coordinator
Art Jerry Sargent Construction Foreman
Art Richard Brown Greensman
Art Tom McCown Leadman
Art Cary Conway Painter
Art Martin A. Kline Production Illustrator
Art Beverli Eagan Set Designer
Camera Ray Gilberti Camera Operator
Camera Clyde E. Bryan First Assistant Camera
Camera Ron Cardarelli Key Grip
Camera Steve Chase Grip
Camera Sean M. Casey Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Barcie Waite Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Chuck Velasco Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Dorothy D. Fox Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Dorothy Byrne Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Bron Roylance Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Michael Mills Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Randy Bostic Set Dressing Artist
Crew Marc Fambro Carpenter
Crew Brad Jeffries Choreographer
Crew Willie Radcliff Craft Service
Crew Tim Monich Dialect Coach
Crew Tom Marchetti Driver
Camera Jolanda R. Wipfli Camera Loader
Crew Brian Wade Makeup Effects
Crew Martin Cohen Post Production Supervisor
Crew Bonne Radford Production Controller
Crew Tim R. Lafferty Propmaker
Art John Zemansky Property Master
Crew Max Kleven Second Unit
Sound Albert Romero Sound Recordist
Crew Judith Weaver Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Robert Bennett Stand In
Crew Will Cascio Stunts
Crew Steve Collins Transportation Captain
Crew Keith O'Brien Transportation Co-Captain
Crew LeighAnna Frostad Transportation Coordinator
Production Joan Bradshaw Unit Production Manager
Crew Michael Klastorin Unit Publicist
Crew Timothy Eaton Visual Effects Editor
Directing David McGiffert First Assistant Director
Editing Stephen R. Sheridan Color Timer
Editing Dawn Oltman Editorial Coordinator
Editing Janet Fiona Mason First Assistant Editor
Lighting Bill Barr Electrician
Lighting Tom Cantrell Lighting Technician
Lighting Jack Todd Rigging Gaffer
Production Jim Morris Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Michael J. Burmeister Location Manager
Production Pam Kaye Production Accountant
Sound Larry Singer ADR Supervisor
Sound Earl Sampson Boom Operator
Sound Peter C. Barbour Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Kevin Bartnof Foley
Sound Kenneth Karman Music Editor
Sound James B. Campbell Orchestrator
Sound William B. Kaplan Production Sound Mixer
Sound Paul Timothy Carden Sound Editor
Sound Charles L. Campbell Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Wes Takahashi Animation Supervisor
Visual Effects Kendall Nishimine Visual Effects
Visual Effects Kim Bromley Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Patricia Blau Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Scott Farrar Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Alan Howarth Special Sound Effects
Crew Jack Tice Studio Teachers
Crew John Bell Visual Effects Art Director
Crew Byron Berline Thanks
Crew Walter Scott Stunt Coordinator
Sound Alan L. Nineberg ADR Editor

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  • The final installment in the Back to the Future trilogy picks up where the second film left off, but it casts off the dizzying time travel of the first two films for mostly routine comedy set in the Old West.

  • McFly travels back into time, and, unfortunately, once he gets there he mostly stays there. The Old West of "Back to the Future Part III" might have been interesting if it had been an approximation of the real Old West - the one we saw in "McCabe and Mrs. Miller," say.

  • Parents need to know that this final installment in the Back to the Future trilogy is, like its predecessors, a PG film with a tad more language than usual. But there's actually slightly less innuendo and a lot less bully-related violence in this one than in Part II.

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  • Back to back filming was a bit new at the time and it was nice to have a “to be continued” on a film without the fear of waiting years between the movies. Better received than Back to the Future II, Back to the Future III, turned the series in a new direction by making it a Western.

  • back to the future part 3 is not violent enough if you wanna do a good movie add violence do not make it western make it as the future like part 2 . expect it is dumb ending the train fly into the sky . shouldnt there be a back to the future 4 instead of back to the future trilogy .

  • Now Marty must go back to save Doc, before bad guy Burford Tannen murders him. As a trilogy, the Back To The Future films make a lot more sense strung together than, say, the Star Wars trio. Back To The Future Part II teed off a lot of critics by not being a remake of the first film, and for daring to be a) complicated, b) very fast and c) heartless.