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Universal's 1985/1989 (top) and 1990/1997 logos (bottom), used in the trilogy.

Universal Studios, sometimes called Universal City Studios or Universal Pictures, is the film studio behind the Back to the Future trilogy.

Universal has two theme parks located in the United States (Hollywood, California, and Orlando, Florida), one in Japan (Osaka), and one in Singapore.

Filming locations

The scenes for downtown Hill Valley were shot at Universal Studios Hollywood on the backlot sets, while most of the indoor scenes and certain outdoor scenes were sets in Stage 12, the largest building at the studio for indoor filming.

Back to the Future: The Ride

Back to the Future: The Ride opened at Universal Studios Orlando on May 2, 1991, closed on March 30, 2007, and was replaced by the Simpsons Ride.

Back to the Future: The Ride opened at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 12, 1993, closed on September 3, 2007, also replaced by the Simpsons Ride.

Back to the Future: The Ride opened at Universal Studios Japan on March 31, 2001, closed on May 31, 2016, and was replaced by Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem.

In addition, Universal Studios Hollywood served lunch and dinner at Doc Brown's Chicken restaurant, which was located near the location of Back to the Future: The Ride. The restaurant opened on June 2, 1999, closed on January 6, 2014, and was replaced by Cletus' Chicken Shack.

Props on display

For the entertainment of fans who visit the park, Universal Studios Hollywood currently displays props from Back to the Future at various locations around the park:

Appearances

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