On the Bookshelf ‘Back to the Future’ movie fans rejoice: New book covers everything

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“Back to the Future Almanac 1985-2015” is available for $59.95 plus shipping and handling at BTTFalmanac.com.

“Back to the Future Almanac 1985-2015” is available for $59.95 plus shipping and handling at BTTFalmanac.com.

Back to the Future Almanac 1985-2015 represents a 30-year devotion to archiving materials from the BTTF franchise, from the promotional materials and products created to support the films, to the fantastic comics, theme park attractions and games that followed. The BTTF Almanac invites fans to time travel through decades of memorabilia, artwork, time machines and toys created for the greatest film trilogy of all time.

Working closely with BTTF Co-creator and Producer Bob Gale, authors Rob Klein and Jennifer Smith have assembled the ultimate collector’s guide. Fans of the BTTF films from all over the world will revel in BTTF artifacts that they have, they once had, or never even knew about in this impressive tribute to the franchise.

The front cover of the Back to the Future Almanac is an homage to the prop Gray’s Sports Almanac cover, as seen in BTTF Part II. There are over 600 full-color photos of BTTF history included, some images never before published.

About the book

Back to the Future Almanac 1985-2015

ISBN:  978-0-9904255-8-8

Publisher: Arkitext, LLC

Pages: 256

9” x 12” limited hardcover edition with dust jacket

$59.95 plus shipping and handling, available at BTTFalmanac.com

About the authors

Rob Klein is a “propologist,” or a seeker of original pop culture artifacts, as well as a Hollywood historian. He has been featured as a film historian and an on-camera expert for the Walt Disney Company. Formerly Manager of the Walt Disney Archives, he has produced and directed several documentaries exploring the subject of entertainment history.

Jennifer Smith is an assistant professor of art history at California State University, Northridge. She is fascinated by illustration and comic book art and currently teaches courses that range from Paleolithic art to Postmodernism. She is also a card-carrying member of the Three Stooges Fan Club.

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