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|name = Mungo P. Tannen
|name = Mungo P. Tannen
|birth = Likely: 1760's
|birth = Likely: 1760's

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"Only if it turns out that reality is actually nothing more than a holographic illusion created by the interplay of subatomic particles on a vast two-dimensional membrane."

This article covers a subject that has been deemed non-canon by either the author or the Back to the Future licensees, and thus should not be taken as a part of the "real" Back to the Future universe.

"No one escapes from the whoscow of Mungo P. Tannen!"
—Mungo P. Tannen
Mungo P. Tannen
Biographical information
Date of birthLikely: 1760's
Age (1885)95 (likely deceased)
Physical description
Hair colorbrown
Eye colorwhite: pupils black
Behind-the-scenes information
Voiced byThomas F. Wilson (Back to the Future: The Animated Series)

Mungo P. Tannen was a warden of a prison in Sydney, Australia during 1790.

At some point during the year, two bank robber (Frankie and Sidney) from 1991, crashed into the prison after their arrival to the time period. As a result, Mungo arrested them and put them to work smashing rocks.

After catching Einstein returning to the DeLorean time machine, the two bank robbers ran from Mungo,(after dropping two sledgehammers on his head) which prompted him to pursue them. He was unsuccessful as a kangaroo that Einstein befriended bounced a hammer onto Mungo, while Einstein got the Delorean running. Mungo was knocked out cold and the three managed to get away safetly, Mungo's fate afterwards is unknown.



Mungo is the only Tannen, (within the series) to be shown during the 18th century (1700's). While there were plenty of Tannen's obviously during this period as well.

Mungo was probably born in England, judging from australia being unforgiving and harsh during this period.

Mungo, being likely from England, (and not part of Goodman Tannen's line) could be the father of Ebiffnezer Tannen

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