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started doing the scene...
...and Ijust felt,
"Thank God. That's Marty McFly.
"It's gonna work now. It's gonna work. "
Kind of along the same lines,
aboutyour expectations with the actors...
...you said you were very happy
with the performances.
But would you say
that they exceeded your expectations?
Yeah, they're brilliant.
This is one of those movies
where everybody is on the same page.
Once Michael came into the movie,
it was like everything just gelled together.
Everybodyjust got the tone
of what the humor of this movie should be.
All the performances around Michael were better.
Lea was fine with Eric Stoltz,
and Chris was fine, but...
...when Michael J. Fox was working with them,
itjustsupercharged it.
Itjust wentinto the stratosphere.
Ifyou talk to actors, they'll talk about...
...give and take and how importantitis
to be playing a scene with somebody...
...that gives back something
for them to work from.
And that was always what was happening.
I would say, honestly, they're better
than I thought they could ever be.
I've been fortunate to work
with so many great actors...
...thatit's always better than I everimagined.
It really is. It really, truly is.
How much control did you have
over the final cut?
That's the final cut.
You know, I've never had
any of these final cutproblems.
Never, ever, once in my entire career
have I ever had to have a struggle...
...over the cut of the picture.
Now, of course, I contractually have
final cutin everything that I do.
But even in the early days...
...I didn't have final cut,
but nobody wanted to tamper with it.
You know, I really believe that...
...moststudio executives don't want
to do the filmmaker's work.
And it becomes more of a personality clash...
...than it has anything to do with the movie
when you have these issues about final cut.
I've never had anyone ever try
to take the movie away...
...on any movie I've ever made.
Are you making any changes
to the movie for the DVD?
Taking out, for example,
the wires thatyou mentioned.
The ones we see in the clock towerscene.
Nope.
I hate that.
I don't think you should ever do that.
That would be like....
That's like colorizing a movie,
a black-and-white movie.
-Itis whatitis.
-Warts and all.
I don't get this adding scenes back in
and re-cutting the movie.
I don't get that at all.
Itshould be the way it was.
At that momentin time, this is the movie
and this is the way it was, and...
...that, I think, is whatit's supposed to be.
For those ofyou that have only seen
the movie on home video...
...on the video itsays,
"To be continued" at the end.
You didn'tsee that here.
That was never on the theatrical release.
It won't be on the DVD.
We only put that on the video
as a way of telling the world...
...that there was going to be a sequel.
So, if anybody says, "That's different," nope.
The film thatyou saw was a new print
made from the original elements.
It's been re-mastered in hi-def
and itlooks absolutely great.
I supervised the video transfer.
Butitis the movie thatyou justsaw.
Is the trailer for lll
going to be on the end of ll?
Yes.
And the only thing that's different
about thatis that...
...at the end of that traileritsaid,
originally, "Coming summer 1990."
And now it doesn'tsay, "Coming summer 1990."
Ifyou could travel in time, where would you go?
It depends. If I could come back...
...I would go to the future.
I mean, I would go to the past.
Butif I could only go one way,
I would go to the future.
And Bob Gale? Where would you go?
Maybe I'd go back and see
what my parents were like in high school.
That would certainly be about
the mostinteresting thing I can think of.
Can you tell us
who were some ofyour majorinfluences...
...when you were making this movie?
Any other writers, directors,
that truly inspired you?
The classic American directors.
I mean, I think that the main influences
on this movie are definitely...
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