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Sunday, June 24, 2007

First draft of Back To The Future II and a bunch of original scripts - posted by Don

Thanks to Dan for the heads up on this recent addition to the best Back To The Future fan site in existence. brings us the first draft by Bob Gale of Back to the Future II. It begins very much like the released movie, then deviates quite a bit. See what BTTF II (and III) could have been on the Movie Scripts page.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have fifteen new scripts up for your reading pleasure, including therein is the season finale (finally) of Wesley’s Better Days as well as a couple more episodes of Season II of Better Days. haha.

Also, there is Mike’s short work, Short Work as well as discussion board regular thedeadwalk2nite‘s zombie script inspired by his own discussion board name, entitled (creatively), The Dead Walk Tonight (which I had posted as “The Deak Walk Tonight” and nobody told me). And lastly, we have Phil’s, mocumentary The Documentary Killers which, I believe needs no explination. All this and more can be found on the Unproduced Scripts page! – Don

2 Comments so far


July 6th, 2007 at 1:10 am

Can you tell me where to find the first draft of BTTF on the site, please? I can only find a revised draft there.
Thank you!


April 17th, 2008 at 11:11 am

You will find the original draft here

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