Subtitle Back To The Future Part III
Season 3 marks the first season of The Orville to debut exclusively on the streaming service, after the first two seasons aired on the Fox network in the era before Disney acquired Twentieth Century Fox and its various entertainment assets. According to MacFarlane, adding the subtitle New Horizons was part of underlining the shift not just to a new viewing home, but into a bigger better-looking version of the show.
subtitle Back to the Future Part III
After finding out that Doc Brown was trapped in 1885, Marty and the 1955 Doc find and fix the DeLorean. Learning that Doc gets shot in 1885 by Biff's great-grandfather, the outlaw Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen, Marty travels back in time to save Doc (who has become a blacksmith) and bring him back to the future. Arriving in the middle of a chase between the United States Cavalry and American Indians, Marty is forced to flee to a cave, discovering the DeLorean's fuel line is torn. Marty convinces Doc to come back with him and find a way to get back to his time before it is too late, but Doc is smitten after saving schoolteacher Clara Clayton. After running afoul of and defeating Buford Tannen and several dramatic action scenes involving using a speeding locomotive to push the DeLorean to 88 miles per hour (142 km/h), Marty returns to 1985 without Doc Brown. When the DeLorean appears in 1985, a modern train destroys it, with Marty barely escaping. Reuniting with Jennifer, Marty avoids a street race and the two visit the scene of the wreckage of the DeLorean. Suddenly, Doc, Clara and their children appear in a time-travelling steam locomotive. Doc reminds Marty and Jennifer that "[their] future is whatever [they] make it", so they must "make it a good one". The locomotive lifts off the tracks and departs from 1985, ending the trilogy.
Doc's excitement is short-lived, however, as he reaches in his pocket. He pulls out the Quantum Mind Jar, which he thought he disposed of in 2075. He is worried that not doing so will unravel everything they accomplished. The artificial intelligence of the Quantum Mind Jar tells Brown that they need to go back to the future, which he dismisses as he does not want to risk further time travel.
Beginning in issue #6, the original format of one or two untold stories per issue was replaced with a multi-issue ongoing story arc. The original subtitle for the comic, "Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines", was used for the trade paperback which contained the first five comics in the series. The series has now gone on to what IDW calls "chapter 2" of the series with "Tales from the Time Train". This is a series of stories detailing where Doc and the Brown family went after time traveling at the end of Back to the Future Part III. Other mini-series published by IDW include "Citizen Brown", which adapts the Telltale video game, and "Biff to the Future", which depicts Biff Tannen's rise to power after being given the almanac by his future self. The latter is also co-written by Gale.
Marty McFly, stuck in 1955, receives a word from his friend Dr. Emmett Brown about where the DeLorean time machine is. However, an unfortunate discovery led Marty to help his friend. Using a time machine, Marty travels to the old west where his friend rebelled against a thug gang and fell in love with a local school teacher. Marty and Emmet used the technology of the time to devise a last chance to send them back into the future.
Beginning in issue #6, the original format of one or two untold stories per issue was replaced with a multi-issue ongoing story arc. The original subtitle for the comic, Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines, was used for the trade paperback which contained the first five comics in the series.
Back to the Future is an American science fiction/comedy movie trilogy that stars Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox. In the first movie, which appeared in 1985, eccentric scientist Emmett "Doc" Brown (portrayed by Lloyd) builds a time machine in a DeLorean sports car. By mischance, Doc's teenage friend Marty McFly (Fox) takes the DeLorean back in time to the year 1955 and must enlist the help of Doc's 1955 counterpart to return to 1985. The sequels, Back to the Future Part II and Part III, appeared in 1989 and 1990, respectively, and chronicle the further adventures of the duo in times ranging from 1885 to 2015, as well as an alternate history version of 1985.
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