A Wurlitzer 1015 jukebox in Lou's Cafe in 1955.


A Seeburg jukebox in Doc's garage in 1985.

A jukebox was a partially automatic coin-operated record player, and featured buttons with letters and numbers which could be used to choose and play selected records.


A Wurlitzer 1015 jukebox — manufactured in 1946, and offering a choice of twenty-four different records — was present in Lou's Cafe in 1955, and contained popular songs such as "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" and "The Wallflower (Dance with Me, Henry)". The cafe also had a number of Seeburg Wall-o-Matic jukeboxes at the tables.

In 1985, Dr. Emmett Brown had a Seeburg jukebox in his garage among other items he had gathered together over forty years.[1]

On May 14, 1986, Biff Tannen listened to "Back in Time" by Huey Lewis and The News on the jukebox in Doc's garage while Marty McFly investigated the property.


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