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Doc Brown Saves the World

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Doc Brown Saves the World

Doc Brown Saves the World is 2015 direct-to-video short film directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Christopher Lloyd as Emmett Brown. The short is featured on the 2015 Blu-ray & DVD release of the Back to the Future trilogy commemorating for the franchise's 30th anniversary.


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On October 21, 2015, Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) embarks on a mission to save the world from a nuclear holocaust in 2045 by preventing certain technologies like the hoverboard and Mr. Fusion from being created, He then uses a track device to modify.



In September 29, 2015, it was announced that Doc Brown Saves the World will be released on the Back to the Future trilogy box set. In September 30, 2015, Universal Studios announced a teaser trailer for the short upcoming film that will capture the trademarks of Back to the Future.

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