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Back to the Future 3
(1) The Letter (2) The car would have crashed through the Indian mural beneath the drive-in theater screen. (3) That was that the only part of his get-up that didn't look ridiculous. (4) He didn't, but Maggie (Lea Thompson) did. Clara did it, as well. (5) He told Seamus that his horse broke down, a bear ate his boots and he forgot his hat.

(6) Whenever he doubted or questioned one of Doc's ideas Emmet would say, "You're just not thinking fourth dimensionally." (7) Who engraves a headstone these days with a person's cause of death?  (8) Equal, probably not. Greater, yes. He was willing to forget the debt if Clara gave him what he wanted at the festival. 'Nuff said! (9) Drool (10) No, Marty would have had to have lost the gunfight for you to collect on that wager.

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
It could also align the planets and enable the human race to make meaningful contact with all forms of life, from extraterrestrial beings to common household pets. They had to explain how an important historical figure would view the world of San Dimas in 1988.
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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If time travel allows the possibility of a paradox, and a paradox is impossible, then the ability to travel through time must be an impossibility, as well. Right? We're not so sure. Explain how the good doctor (Christopher Lloyd) knew that the Marty (Michael J. Fox)
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Robert Zemeckis, 1990
of the future was now in the past - in two words, or less.

2. Think about each of the places that were chosen as a starting point to travel through time. There was never enough roadway. If our excursion succeeds, the DeLorean's next trip might begin a mile or two outside of Hill Valley. The plan is to travel back to 1955, mess with the car's time circuits and then send Emmett a bill for what it would have destroyed. Sorry, Doc.

3. There's a sports phrase that applies to time travel - Act like you've been there before. Even more important is one's attire. Marty wore everything that was picked out for him, except for the cowboy boots. Anyone else see the irony here?

4. McFly? Seamus McFly? Marty mentioned his ficticious last name first when he introduced himself to Maggie. Did Seamus do the same?
If cheating is what it takes to eradicate war and poverty we say, do it. That wasn't at the top of Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted's (Keanu Reeves) wish list in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (playing in a "super-band" with Eddie Van Halen was) but it was something they could help to bring about if they aced their history exam. What else did their music supposedly have the power to do and what did the test involve?
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
Stephen Herek, 1989
5. Would you believe us if we told you that a dog named Capurocus ate this quiz in 1955? Marty's explanation for arriving at the McFly Farm without a horse, his boots or a hat seemed equally as far-fetched.

6. You know what Marty had a real problem with? If you don't, you're just not thinking. How's that for a clue?

7. What do you get for a time travelling scientist who seems to have it all? How about a tombstone that engraves itself over and over again. Call it a Timestone. The odd thing about Emmett's was that it had no born on date, and that. Not that it matters.

8. Note to Emmett: Stop at an ATM before you travel back to the old west. We know it's a matter of principle, but isn't your life worth more than 80 dollars? That's what Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson) figured
it would cost to replace his horse and a bottle of Kentucky Red Eye. Would he have accepted an offer that was of equal or greater value if it included some other goods or services?

9. An outlaw couldn't ask for a better name than Mad Dog, but we understand why Tannen hated it. You would too if it reminded others of a tendency to... What's the word we're looking for here?

10. There's $20 riding on this one, so don't let us down. Marty gave some serious thought to forfeiting his gunfight with Tannen. If that happened, and you were the patron who bet $30 worth of gold against him, would you have won that bet?