D. Jones
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D. Jones (also referred to as "old man Jones") was a manure hauler in Hill Valley in 1955. He was the owner of D. Jones Manure Hauling, and the descendant of A. Jones, who owned A. Jones Manure Hauling in 1885.



Goldie Wilson turns away from the smell after Biff and his gang crashed into a manure truck in 1955.

On June 13, 1931, while Kid Tannen was driving a stolen paddywagon, he was distracted by Marty and Doc's escape from the back and crashed into Jones's manure truck.[1]

On August 25 of the same year, Kid was trapped in Emmett Brown's Rocket-powered car, which the older Doc took control of. As a result, Kid fell into Jones's manure truck again.[2]

In 1955, while chasing Marty on his homemade skateboard, Biff Tannen, Match, Skinhead, and 3-D crashed Biff's car into Jones's manure truck, which was parked in the town square.

After Biff had his car taken to Western Auto for repairs, Terry mentioned that he and his fellow mechanics had so much manure in the service bay they had to pay Jones $80 to haul it away. Biff sarcastically suggested that Jones probably resold it as well.[3]

Only hours later, Biff would once again crash into Jones's manure truck and end up with a car filled with manure.[4]

Behind the scenes[]

  • "D. Jones Manure Handling" was an in-joke reference to Dennis E. Jones, who, as the unit production manager for Back to the Future, was in charge of keeping the film's costs within its budget.