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[[File:Pasadena.png|300px|thumb|Doc Brown walks back to his apartment in Pasadena.]]
 
[[File:Pasadena.png|300px|thumb|Doc Brown walks back to his apartment in Pasadena.]]
'''Pasadena, California''' is a city in the Los Angeles Basin. The [[California Institute of Technology]], also known as Caltech, is located there. In the [[1940s]], it was also the home of the [[Fox Pasadena Theatre]], [[Schwab's Pharmacy]], and [[Reliable Radio]].
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'''Pasadena''' is a city in the Los Angeles Basin of [[California]]. The [[California Institute of Technology]], also known as Caltech, is located there. In the [[1940s]], it was also the home of the [[Fox Pasadena Theatre]], [[Schwab's Pharmacy]], and [[Reliable Radio]].
   
 
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In [[1943]], [[Mrs. Gomez]] rented an [[Doc's apartment|apartment]] to [[Emmett Brown|Doc Brown]], who was a professor at the California Institute of Technology. Doc convinced [[Robert Millikan]], the president of Caltech, to arrange an interview with Major General [[Leslie Groves]] and [[Vannevar Bush]]. They were searching for scientists to join the top secret [[Manhattan Project]], which developed the atomic bomb. Despite a disastrous interview, he was awarded the position.
 
In [[1943]], [[Mrs. Gomez]] rented an [[Doc's apartment|apartment]] to [[Emmett Brown|Doc Brown]], who was a professor at the California Institute of Technology. Doc convinced [[Robert Millikan]], the president of Caltech, to arrange an interview with Major General [[Leslie Groves]] and [[Vannevar Bush]]. They were searching for scientists to join the top secret [[Manhattan Project]], which developed the atomic bomb. Despite a disastrous interview, he was awarded the position.
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
Pasadena was the location of several scenes shot for the ''[[Back to the Future trilogy]]''.
 
Pasadena was the location of several scenes shot for the ''[[Back to the Future trilogy]]''.
 
 
*[[Gamble House]]
 
*[[Gamble House]]
 
*[[Blacker House]]
 
*[[Blacker House]]
   
[[Bushnell Street]] is located in nearby [[South Pasadena, California]].
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[[Bushnell Street]] is located in nearby [[South Pasadena]], California.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
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*{{WP|Pasadena, California}}
 
 
[[Category:1943]]
 
[[Category:1943]]
 
[[Category:Locations]]
 
[[Category:Locations]]

Latest revision as of 18:00, April 27, 2019

Pasadena

Doc Brown walks back to his apartment in Pasadena.

Pasadena is a city in the Los Angeles Basin of California. The California Institute of Technology, also known as Caltech, is located there. In the 1940s, it was also the home of the Fox Pasadena Theatre, Schwab's Pharmacy, and Reliable Radio.

In 1943, Mrs. Gomez rented an apartment to Doc Brown, who was a professor at the California Institute of Technology. Doc convinced Robert Millikan, the president of Caltech, to arrange an interview with Major General Leslie Groves and Vannevar Bush. They were searching for scientists to join the top secret Manhattan Project, which developed the atomic bomb. Despite a disastrous interview, he was awarded the position.

Behind the scenesEdit

Pasadena was the location of several scenes shot for the Back to the Future trilogy.

Bushnell Street is located in nearby South Pasadena, California.

AppearancesEdit

See alsoEdit

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