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'''California''' was the home state of [[Hill Valley]]. From Hill Valley, one could access [[San Francisco]] and [[Fresno]] by rail, road, or [[skyway]].
 
'''California''' was the home state of [[Hill Valley]]. From Hill Valley, one could access [[San Francisco]] and [[Fresno]] by rail, road, or [[skyway]].
   
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==History==
 
In [[1985]], California was one of the few states that offered personalized [[license plate]]s. One was printed for use on the [[DeLorean time machine]] that read ''OUTATIME''.
 
In [[1985]], California was one of the few states that offered personalized [[license plate]]s. One was printed for use on the [[DeLorean time machine]] that read ''OUTATIME''.
   
In [[1992]], [[Emmett Brown]] discussed hydro-electric power at the Colorado River, which flowed through California, as well as [[Colorado]], [[Utah]], [[Nevada]], [[Arizona]], and [[Mexico]].
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In [[1992]], Dr. [[Emmett Brown]] discussed hydro-electric power at the Colorado River, which flowed through California, as well as [[Colorado]], [[Utah]], [[Nevada]], [[Arizona]], and [[Mexico]].
   
 
In [[2015]], California license plates consisted of [[barcode license plate|barcodes]]. It is unknown whether this practice continued in other states.
 
In [[2015]], California license plates consisted of [[barcode license plate|barcodes]]. It is unknown whether this practice continued in other states.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
California was also where the majority of filming for the [[Back to the Future trilogy|''Back to the Future'' trilogy]] took place. Scenes for ''[[Back to the Future]]'' were shot in [[Los Angeles]], [[Hollywood]], [[Burbank]], [[Arleta]], [[Pacoima]], [[Newhall]], [[City of Industry|City of Industry (La Puente)]], [[Whittier]], [[Pasadena]] and [[South Pasadena]] and [[Universal City]]. Scenes in ''[[Back to the Future Part II]]'' added [[El Monte]], [[Monrovia]] and [[Long Beach]] to the list. ''[[Back to the Future Part III]]'' took the crew to locations in [[Tuolemne County]] in Northern California outside of [[Jamestown]] and [[Sonora]], and then back to [[Oak Park]], [[Port Hueneme]] and [[Oxnard]] in Southern California.
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*California was also where the majority of filming for the [[Back to the Future trilogy|''Back to the Future'' trilogy]] took place. Scenes for ''[[Back to the Future]]'' were shot in [[Los Angeles]], [[Hollywood]], [[Burbank]], [[Arleta]], [[Pacoima]], [[Newhall]], [[City of Industry|City of Industry (La Puente)]], [[Whittier]], [[Pasadena]] and [[South Pasadena]] and [[Universal City]]. Scenes in ''[[Back to the Future Part II]]'' added [[El Monte]], [[Monrovia]] and [[Long Beach]] to the list. ''[[Back to the Future Part III]]'' took the crew to locations in [[Tuolemne County]] in Northern California outside of [[Jamestown]] and [[Sonora]], and then back to [[Oak Park]], [[Port Hueneme]] and [[Oxnard]] in Southern California.
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*[[Ronald Reagan]] was the Governor of California from [[1967]] to [[1975]] before becoming the [[President of the United States]] in [[1981]].
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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The flag of California.

California was the home state of Hill Valley. From Hill Valley, one could access San Francisco and Fresno by rail, road, or skyway.

History

In 1985, California was one of the few states that offered personalized license plates. One was printed for use on the DeLorean time machine that read OUTATIME.

In 1992, Dr. Emmett Brown discussed hydro-electric power at the Colorado River, which flowed through California, as well as Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico.

In 2015, California license plates consisted of barcodes. It is unknown whether this practice continued in other states.

Behind the scenes

See also

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