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==Behind the scenes==
* Doc's remote control device does not appear again in the ''Back to the Future trilogy''. However, he does use a futuristic wristwatch-sized remote control in the [[Back to the Future Part II novelization]] to fly the DeLorean from its hiding place in [[2015]] and bring it to the ground, before producing the original remote control unit to manoeuver the car in front of him and [[Marty McFly]] so that they can proceed to follow [[Unit N11-11]], with [[Jennifer Parker]] aboard, to the [[McFly residence (2015)|McFly residence]] in [[Hilldale]].
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* Doc's remote control device does not appear again in the [[Back to the Future trilogy]]. However, he does use a futuristic wristwatch-sized remote control in the [[Back to the Future Part II novelization]] to fly the DeLorean from its hiding place in [[2015]] and bring it to the ground, before producing the original remote control unit to manoeuver the car in front of him and [[Marty McFly]] so that they can proceed to follow [[Unit N11-11]], with [[Jennifer Parker]] aboard, to the [[McFly residence (2015)|McFly residence]] in [[Hilldale]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 11:36, May 25, 2015

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Doc with his remote control device for the DeLorean time machine.

"The remote control unit was similar to that used for a radio-controlled toy car. There were buttons labeled "Accelerator" and "Brake," as well as a joystick and an LED digital readout labeled "Miles Per Hour." It was simple-looking but quite sophisticated."
—From Back to the Future by George Gipe (quote, page 48)

Remote control was the operation of an apparatus from a distance using an electrical device, usually handheld.

History

Emmett Brown used a remote control device — which was similar to that for a radio-controlled car — to operate the DeLorean time machine, with Einstein inside, on the parking lot at Twin Pines Mall during his execution of the world's first temporal displacement on October 26, 1985.

In 1985A, as Biff Tannen and his guests were enjoying a Clint Eastwood movie, Marty McFly turned the television off with the remote and then tossed the device into the hot tub.

The scene screens that existed by 2015 were operated by remote control, as shown when Lorraine Baines McFly used it to change the channel.

Behind the scenes

Appearances

See also

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