Why didn't Marty's parents recognize him? Screenwriter Bob Gale gets asked all the time.
The official line on Back to the Future's origin states that co-writer Bob Gale was visiting his native Missouri, found his father's high school yearbook, and wondered if he'd have befriended him as a teen.
A reader wrote in to ask about this very issue, whether the famed "To Be Continued..." at the end of Back to the Future actually appeared in the original film or if it was added later and people just have convinced themselves that they saw it in the original film.
This is heavy, Doc.
With "Back to the Future Day" coming next week, I thought it would be nice to spotlight a Back to the Future legend. When the movie was originally written, there was no DeLorean involved. In fact, it took a few drafts of the screenplay before the DeLorean became the means of time travel.
You can read the rest here. Gale was 7 or 8 when he went to his first baseball game, at old Sportsman's Park in St. Louis
When The Telegraph asked Robert Zemeckis if he wold ever allow a "Back to the Future" remake to happen, the filmmaker's response
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Get your DeLorean ready: "Back to the Future" could be returning -- as a musical. A representative for writer and director