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'''Judge Erhardt Brown''', formerly '''Judge Erhardt von Braun''', was the father of [[Emmett L. Brown]]. What is known of him is that he arrived in Hill Valley with the rest of the family in [[1908]] when they were still known as the Von Brauns and that he changed their surname to Brown in the [[First World War]].
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'''Judge Erhardt Brown''', formerly '''Judge Erhardt von Braun''', was the father of [[Emmett Brown|Emmett L. Brown]]. What is known of him is that he arrived in Hill Valley with the rest of the family in [[1908]] when they were still known as the Von Brauns and that he changed their surname to Brown in the [[World War I|First World War]].
   
 
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Erhardt first moved to America when he was a kid, despite the disapproval of his father and the lack of money & lack of clarity of the language. Eventually he and his father would make amends, but presumably Mr. Von Braun passed away shortly.
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Erhardt first moved to America when he was a kid, despite the disapproval of his father, two dollars to his name, and lack of clarity of the language. Eventually he and his father would make amends, but presumably [[Mr. Von Braun]] passed away shortly.
   
 
Erhardt would later become a judge, and pressured Emmett into working for him (with intents of him pursuing a career in law). He would face disappoint on [[June 13]], [[1931]], as Emmett quit his job and declared his interest in following science.
 
Erhardt would later become a judge, and pressured Emmett into working for him (with intents of him pursuing a career in law). He would face disappoint on [[June 13]], [[1931]], as Emmett quit his job and declared his interest in following science.
   
On [[October 13]], 1931, Erhardt arrived at the [[Hill Valley Science Expo]] to prevent Emmett from demonstrating his [[Electrokinetic Levitator]] (In the unaltered timeline, Emmett did the experiment without Erhardt's knowledge). He objected to it as he believe that Emmett's experiment is an unnecessary risk, only to have changed his mind when Marty made him realize that he is repeating the actions of his father. Erhardt allowed the experiment to proceed, with the intent to support Emmett whether it succeeded or not.
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On [[October 13]], 1931, Erhardt arrived at the [[Hill Valley Science Expo]] to prevent Emmett from demonstrating his [[Electrokinetic Levitator]] (In the unaltered timeline, Emmett did the experiment without Erhardt's knowledge). He objected to it as he believed that Emmett's experiment was an unnecessary risk, only to have changed his mind when Marty made him realize that he was repeating the actions of his own father. Erhardt allowed the experiment to proceed, with the intent to support Emmett whether it succeeded or not.
   
Sometime after, Erhardt would present an annual scholarship called the ''Erhardt Scholarship for Young Scientist''. Doc would continue presenting it as of [[1986]] after Erhardt passed away.
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Sometime after, Erhardt would present an annual scholarship called the ''Erhardt Brown Scholarship for Young Scientists''. Doc would continue presenting it as of [[1986]] after Erhardt passed away.
   
In the [[1986B]] timeline, Erhardt became supportive of Emmett after the success of his and [[Edna Strickland]]'s [[Mental alignment meter]]. He would pass away sometime before [[1968]]<ref>Citizen Brown states that Erhardt died before Marty was born.</ref>.
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In the [[1986B]] timeline, Erhardt became supportive of Emmett after the success of his and [[Edna Strickland Tannen|Edna Strickland]]'s [[Mental alignment meter]]. He would pass away sometime before [[1968]].<ref>Citizen Brown states that Erhardt died before Marty was born.</ref>
 
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
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**''[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 3: Citizen Brown]]'' {{C|Silhouetted photo}}
 
**''[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 3: Citizen Brown]]'' {{C|Silhouetted photo}}
 
**''[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 4: Double Visions]]'' {{Mo}}
 
**''[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 4: Double Visions]]'' {{Mo}}
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**''[[Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 5: OUTATIME]]'' {{1st}}
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Erhardt Brown
Judge Erhardt Brown
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Judge Erhardt Brown, formerly Judge Erhardt von Braun, was the father of Emmett L. Brown. What is known of him is that he arrived in Hill Valley with the rest of the family in 1908 when they were still known as the Von Brauns and that he changed their surname to Brown in the First World War.

Erhardt first moved to America when he was a kid, despite the disapproval of his father, two dollars to his name, and lack of clarity of the language. Eventually he and his father would make amends, but presumably Mr. Von Braun passed away shortly.

Erhardt would later become a judge, and pressured Emmett into working for him (with intents of him pursuing a career in law). He would face disappoint on June 13, 1931, as Emmett quit his job and declared his interest in following science.

On October 13, 1931, Erhardt arrived at the Hill Valley Science Expo to prevent Emmett from demonstrating his Electrokinetic Levitator (In the unaltered timeline, Emmett did the experiment without Erhardt's knowledge). He objected to it as he believed that Emmett's experiment was an unnecessary risk, only to have changed his mind when Marty made him realize that he was repeating the actions of his own father. Erhardt allowed the experiment to proceed, with the intent to support Emmett whether it succeeded or not.

Sometime after, Erhardt would present an annual scholarship called the Erhardt Brown Scholarship for Young Scientists. Doc would continue presenting it as of 1986 after Erhardt passed away.

In the 1986B timeline, Erhardt became supportive of Emmett after the success of his and Edna Strickland's Mental alignment meter. He would pass away sometime before 1968.[1]

Behind the scenes

Before Back to the Future: The Game, no mention of Judge Brown or Judge von Braun was made in the materials associated with Back to the Future, including the only animated series episode describing Emmett's childhood, "Gone Fishin'".

Appearances

References

  1. Citizen Brown states that Erhardt died before Marty was born.
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