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On [[November 16]], [[1955]], after [[Marty McFly|Marty]] started driving towards the movie screen to travel back to [[1885]], [[Emmett Brown|Doc]] shouted "Vaya con Dios!"
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[[File:Bttf31990-0634.jpg|thumb|300px|Doc shouts "Vaya con dios" as Marty accelerates for 1885.]]
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'''"Vaya con Dios"''' was a [[Spain|Spanish]] farewell phrase, which in English means "Go with God"; and can also mean "Goodbye" in addition to "Adios".
   
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==History==
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Dr. [[Emmett Brown]] shouted this phrase to [[Marty McFly]], after wishing him "[[Happy Trails]]", on [[November 16]], [[1955]], when Marty started driving the [[DeLorean time machine]] at speed towards the [[movie]] screen at the [[Pohatchee Drive-In Theater]] to travel back to [[1885]].
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
The english translation is "Go with God".
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*"Vaya con Dios" was a popular song written in [[1953]]. The first and most popular recording of the song, by Les Paul and Mary Ford, was number one on the Billboard charts for nine weeks in 1953.
 
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*[[Back to the Future Part III]]
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*''[[Back to the Future Part III]]''
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*''[[Back to the Future Part III novelization]]''
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==References==
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*{{WP|Vaya con Dios (song)}}
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==See also==
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*[[Happy Trails]]
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[[Category:Words and phrases]]
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[[Category:Novelization]]

Latest revision as of 10:59, September 23, 2019

Bttf31990-0634

Doc shouts "Vaya con dios" as Marty accelerates for 1885.

"Vaya con Dios" was a Spanish farewell phrase, which in English means "Go with God"; and can also mean "Goodbye" in addition to "Adios".

HistoryEdit

Dr. Emmett Brown shouted this phrase to Marty McFly, after wishing him "Happy Trails", on November 16, 1955, when Marty started driving the DeLorean time machine at speed towards the movie screen at the Pohatchee Drive-In Theater to travel back to 1885.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • "Vaya con Dios" was a popular song written in 1953. The first and most popular recording of the song, by Les Paul and Mary Ford, was number one on the Billboard charts for nine weeks in 1953.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

See alsoEdit

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