FANDOM


m
(a little finetuning)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
[[File:War_Zone.jpg|thumb|304px]] The''' War Zone''' was a business located in the [[Biff Tannen's Pleasure Paradise Casino & Hotel|Biff's Pleasure Paradise]] square in [[1985A]]. It is located where [[Lou's Café]] used to be located in [[1955]]. Its mainsteam [[1985]] counterpart was [[Lou's Aerobic Center]]. What exactly the War Room was is not directly revealed, though judging by its appearance it may have been a bar/nightclub.
+
[[File:War_Zone.jpg|thumb|304px]]
  +
The''' War Zone''' was a business located in the [[Biff Tannen's Pleasure Paradise Casino & Hotel|Biff's Pleasure Paradise]] square in [[1985A]].
  +
  +
==History==
  +
The War Zone was located where [[Lou's Café]] used to be in [[1955]]. Its mainstream [[1985]] counterpart was [[Lou's Aerobic Center]].
  +
  +
What exactly the War Room was is not directly revealed, though judging by its appearance it may have been a bar/nightclub.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Latest revision as of 13:43, May 15, 2020

War Zone

The War Zone was a business located in the Biff's Pleasure Paradise square in 1985A.

HistoryEdit

The War Zone was located where Lou's Café used to be in 1955. Its mainstream 1985 counterpart was Lou's Aerobic Center.

What exactly the War Room was is not directly revealed, though judging by its appearance it may have been a bar/nightclub.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The elaborate set for Courthouse Square in the 1985A "Biffhorrific" timeline is visible on screen for only 60 seconds in Part II, between the time Marty steps across the flattened, bullet hole-riddled Hill Valley greeting sign, and notices the Biff Tannen Museum. Many of the details were not evident in the film, but a set of photos on the Blu-ray edition of the trilogy show what Lou's Café had become.

AppearancesEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.