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Back to the Future was a popular 1980s film trilogy about time travel. A novelisation was made from the first film.

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After being sent back to the 1st century BC, Ibrahim Hadmani said that the only things that he knew about time travel, he learned from Back to the Future and The Terminator. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

In 1599, the first Back to the Future film was mentioned by the Tenth Doctor to help explain the mechanics of time travel to companion Martha Jones. Martha didn't see any threat from the Carrionites because she knew that the world didn't end in 1599. However, the Tenth Doctor referenced this movie when he told her about how Marty McFly, after he travelled back in time, did something that almost erased him from existence in the present. (TV: The Shakespeare Code)

When Cristián Alvarez contacted the Seventh Doctor by leaving a letter with UNIT to be passed on to him, Bernice Summerfield noted that it was just like in Back to the Future. (PROSE: The Left-Handed Hummingbird)

In 1983, Joel Mintz (who was from the year 1993) compared himself to Marty McFly in that all new TV shows were reruns to him. (PROSE: Return of the Living Dad)

Selfie Delorean Back to the Future

The Delorean from the films on-display at the San Diego Comic-Con. (COMIC: Selfie)

D.I. Patricia Menzies had seen the film prior to 2008, which allowed her to grasp the fundamentals of time travel. (AUDIO: The Raincloud Man)

While the Eleventh Doctor was explaining his plan to return Mark Whitaker to 2011, he told Mark that he was here "to take you back... to the future!" He then added that he had "always wanted to say that." (PROSE: Touched by an Angel)

Paul was a fan of the film. (PROSE: The Sooner the Better)

During her time with the Twelfth Doctor, Bill Potts showed him the films, reasoning that he would like based on their usage of time travel, only for the Doctor to criticize their inaccurate depiction of time travel. (COMIC: The Great Shopping Bill)

In the 25th century, Stewart Ransom became a fan of Western films, particularly Back to the Future Part III, which influenced his decision to establish the technological limits of the Independent Earth Colony on Axista Four to the Western period as part of his dedication to the "Back to Basics" program. The Second Doctor claimed that the second film in the trilogy, Back to the Future Part II, was better. (PROSE: The Colony of Lies)

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The website had a list of sightings of the Doctor which people had ostensibly been submitting to Clive Finch, a conspiracy theorist character from Rose. In actuality, the submissions were from visitors to the website; one such submission, credited to "Marty McFly", simply reads: "I know that man, he stole my DeLorean!!!" [1]

Doc and the Doctor promotional image

Doc Brown and the Doctor finally meet -- a promotional image published for Lego Dimensions.

The 2015 cross over game Lego Dimensions included Doc Brown and Marty McFly as playable characters in a Back to the Future Lego world. In advertisements for the game, shots of Doctor Who and Back to the Future elements intertwined were highly emphasised.

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  1. Contact Us. Retrieved on 9 August 2013.
  2. KarenGillan2. Twitter (22 April 2012). Retrieved on 9 August 2013. “Back to the future 2 is on telly! My mother and I are excited and a hover board would make the happiest girl in the world.”
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