Morning news anchor
Biographical information
Physical description
Hair colorBlonde
Behind-the-scenes information
Played byDeborah Harmon
"...the Senate is expected to vote on this today. In other news, officials at the Pacific Nuclear Research Facility have denied the rumour that a case of missing plutonium was in fact stolen from their vault two weeks ago. A Libyan terrorist group had claimed responsibility for the alleged theft. However, officials now attribute the discrepancy to a simple clerical error. The F.B.I., which is investigating the matter, had no comment. Twelve wooden crates filled with cocaine washed ashore near Boca Raton, Florida, yesterday. Drug enforcement agents found no identifiable..."

An unnamed morning news anchor reported on the morning of October 25, 1985 that the Pacific Nuclear Research Facility denied rumors that plutonium had been stolen from their vault two weeks earlier.

Behind the scenes

  • The newscaster was portrayed by Deborah Harmon, who was uncredited on-screen. She had previously starred in Zemeckis and Gale's 1980 film Used Cars in the role of Barbara Jane Fuchs.[1]
  • The name of the news station is never given nor whether it originates from Hill Valley or another larger city such as Sacramento.
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  1. "Deborah Harmon". Internet Movie Database. Accessed Feb. 14, 2008. In that particular film, she also appeared on TV, albeit in commercials for her late father's car dealership.
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