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no.
Hello.
DOC: Marty, you didn't fall asleep, did you?
MARTY: Doc.
No. No, don't be silly.
DOC: Listen, this is very important.
I forgot my video camera.
Can you pick it up at my place
on your way to the mall?
Yeah. I'm on my way.
Einstein! Where's the doc, boy?
Doc!
- Marty! You made it!
- Yeah.
Welcome to my latest experiment. This is
the one I've been waiting for all my life.
Well, it's a DeLorean...
All your questions will be answered.
Roll tape and we'll proceed.
- Is that a Devo suit?
- Never mind that now.
DOC: Not now.
MARTY: I'm ready.
Good evening. I'm Dr. Emmett Brown.
I'm in the Twin Pines Mall parking lot.
It's Saturday morning,
October 26, 1985, 1:18 a.m.
This is temporal experiment number one.
DOC: Come on, Einie. Get in there.
In you go. Sit down.
Put your seat belt on.
MARTY: Okay.
Please note that Einstein's clock...
...is in precise synchronization
with my control watch.
DOC: Got it?
MARTY: Right. Check, Doc.
DOC: Have a good trip, Einstein.
Watch your head.
MARTY:
You got that thing hooked up to the car?
DOC: Watch this.
MARTY: Yeah. Okay.
MARTY: Got it.
Jesus!
Not me! The car!
If my calculations are correct...
...when this baby hits 88 miles per hour...
...you're going to see some serious shit.
Watch this!
What did I tell you?
88 miles per hour!
The temporal displacement occurred
exactly 1:20 a.m. And zero seconds!
Jesus Christ!
Jesus Christ, Doc!
You disintegrated Einstein!
Calm down. I didn't disintegrate anything.
The molecular structure of both Einstein
and the car are completely intact.
Then where the hell are they?
The appropriate question is,
"When the hell are they?"
Einstein has just become
the world's first time traveler.
DOC: I sent him into the future.
One minute into the future, to be exact.
At precisely 1:21 a.m. And zero seconds...
...we shall catch up with him
and the time machine.
Wait a minute, Doc.
Are you telling me that
you built a time machine...
...out of a DeLorean?
- The way I see it...
...if you're going to build a time machine
into a car, why not do it with style?
Besides, the stainless-steel construction
made the flux dispersal...
Look out!
MARTY: What? Is it hot?
DOC: It's cold. Damn cold.
Einstein, you little devil!
Einstein's clock is exactly one minute
behind mine and still ticking!
MARTY: He's okay.
DOC: He's fine.
He's completely unaware
that anything happened.
As far as he's concerned,
the trip was instantaneous.
That's why his watch is exactly
one minute behind mine.
He skipped over that minute to
instantly arrive at this moment in time.
I'll show you how it works.
First, you turn the time circuits on.
DOC: This tells you where you're going,
this where you are and this where you were.
Input your destination time on this keypad.
Say you want to see the signing
of the Declaration of Independence.
DOC: Or witness the birth of Christ.
Here's a red-letter date
in the history of science.
November 5, 1955.
Yes, of course.
November 5, 1955.
What happened?
That was the day I invented time travel.
I remember it vividly.
I was standing on my toilet
hanging a clock.
The porcelain was wet.
I slipped, hit my head on the sink.
When I came to, I had a revelation.
A vision. A picture in my head.
A picture of this.
This is what makes time travel possible.
The flux capacitor.
Flux capacitor?
It's taken almost 30 years and my family
fortune to realize the vision of that day.
My God, has it been that long?
Things have certainly changed around here.
I remember when this was all farmland
as far as the eye could see.
Old man Peabody owned all of this.
He had this crazy idea
about breeding pine trees.
This is...
This is heavy-duty, Doc. This is great.
Does it run on regular unleaded gasoline?
Unfortunately, no. It requires something
with a little more kick. Plutonium.
Plutonium. Wait a

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