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Marty McFly lays asleep on his bed, his suspenders hanging off his Guess jeans. He's just a denim jacket and a "life preserver" puffer vest away from his normal iconic costume. There's a Panasonic Flip Clock 6105 (the precursor to the 6205 prominently featured in Groundhog Day) perched above his bed. The time flips from 12:27 - 12:28 AM, triggering the ethereal sounds of Fleetwood Mac's own Lindsey Buckingham singing the lesser-known track "Time Bomb Town."

The phone rings.

"Marty, you didn't fall asleep did you?" Doc Brown's iconic voice inquires from the other end of the line.

The scene that follows is fascinating for a number of reasons. First, it introduces us to Doctor Emmitt Brown, Marty's wily, white-haired, scientist…friend. Unlikely pairings aside, the scene introduces us to the very concept upon which the film is based: time travel.

More than that, the roughly 10-minute long scene plays almost entirely in real-time, each minute documented by a variety of timing devices from wristwatches to stopwatches and even the time machine itself https://www.replicaimitation.com.

So, let's hop into the DeLorean, and go minute-by-minute through one of the most iconic scenes in Hollywood history.

Minute 1: 1:15 AM

Marty arrives at Twin Pines Mall on his skateboard, JVC GR-C1 camcorder in hand, Aiwa Walkman headphones in his ears. The time on the mall clock reads 1:15 AM and immediately turns to 1:16 AM ?the first indicator of the real-time construction of the scene. Marty rolls down to find Doc Brown's truck parked in the mall parking lot. The first sounds of Alan Silvestri's iconic score swell in the mix as the back of the truck opens.

Minute 2: 1:17 AM

Marty, wearing his Casio CA53W, looks on at the merging Delorean while petting Einstein ?with a Citizen stopwatch around his neck. AA Film Archive / Alamy Stock Photo

Smoke fills the screen as a DeLorean epically emerges into clear view. We get almost a full minute to take in the splendor of an automobile so ironically fitting for a time machine because it failed miserably as an actual car. The driver's side gull-wing door opens ?more smoke ?and Doc Brown makes his on-camera debut. The way Doc emerges from the DeLorean, you can almost see where Michael Richards drew inspiration for Kramer on Seinfeld.

Doc, fittingly, wears a fake watch on each wrist, as well as a digital stopwatch around his neck. It'd be a good bet that he knows what time it is. On his right wrist is a Seiko A826, and around his neck a Seiko stopwatch. Yep, the Doc was a Seiko guy, though he definitely had a bent for digital. On his left wrist was some sort of stainless steel calculator watch.

The Seiko A826 ?known as the Training Timer ?is quite a rare bird these days. It featured a rotating bezel which activated its various modes. It was fitted to a velcro strap and even allowed for split-second timing capability via a remote trigger, which Doc also uses in the film.

Minute 3: 1:18 AM

Doc instructs Marty to roll camera on the JCV so he can begin testing the machine, assuring him that all will be revealed in due time (Marty still has no idea why he's been summoned to a mall parking lot at one in the morning). As he presses Record, Doc begins, "Good evening, I am Dr. Emmett Brown. I am standing in the parking lot of Twin Pines Mall. It's Saturday morning, October 26, 1985, 1:18 AM, and this is temporal experiment number one." Marty immediately looks down at his wrist upon Brown announcing the time. He is wearing a Casio CA53W calculator fake watch ?I'll go ahead and assume his fake watch shows 1:18, too.

The Casio CA53W in full Back to the Future mode.

Minute 4: 1:19 AM

Brown readies "temporal experiment number one" by summoning his dog, Einstein, into the DeLorean. Just like Doc, Einstein has a stopwatch around his neck, a Citizen LC quartz with a red LCD display (like the Seiko). As Doc points out, both clocks are in precise synchronization. The camera punches in to show both the Seiko and Citizen change from 1:18 AM to 1:19 AM in tandem. Marty takes note, his eye still glued to the camera ?still unaware as to why this even matters.

Doc with his Seiko Seiko A826 with velcro strap while remotely manning the DeLorean. AA Film Archive / Alamy Stock Photo

Doc closes the door to the DeLorean with Einstein buckled inside and utters the now famous words to Marty, "If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 mph, you're gonna see some ? well you know the rest. Remote control in hand, Doc pushes the hunk of metal to its 88 mph speed, the vehicle rushing toward Doc and Marty at a frightening pace. Sparks of light appear, and the DeLorean evaporates, leaving nothing but a string of fire between their feet and the "OUTATIME" license plate spinning on the parking lot floor.

Minute 5: 1:20 AM

Marty and Doc in the aftermath of the DeLorean's first successful run. You can see the stainless steel calculator fake watch beneath Doc's sleeve and Marty's got his Casio CA53W. IFA Film / Alamy Stock Photo

Doc shrieks, "88 miles per hour! The temporal displacement occurred at precisely 1:20 AM and zero seconds!"

Marty stands dumbstruck ?believing Einstein to have been disintegrated. Doc scribbles into his notepad, his calculator fake watch in full view of the screen, as Marty asks where the hell the dog and DeLorean are.

"The appropriate question is when the hell are they?"

A frantic Doc explains to Marty that he just sent Einstein one minute into the future, and that at precisely 1:21 AM and zero seconds, they would catch up with him and the time machine.

"Wait a minute Doc, are you tellin' me that you built a time machine…out of a DeLorean??"

Doc, smoothly replies, "The way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine out of a car, why not do it with some style?"

Mid explanation, the alarm on Doc's Seiko fake watch goes off (pretty damn accurate), prompting them to jump out of the way of the incoming time machine. When you really think about it, without that Seiko, there'd be no rest of the movie. replica watches save lives.

Minute 6: 1:21 AM

The DeLorean donuts into a stopping position, smoking from all surfaces. Doc and Marty approach the machine with trepidation. As they get closer, the back of the Delorean lets out a full release of steam ?startling Doc.

He touches the car and immediately pulls his hand away ?it's cold as ice. He then uses his foot to unlatch the gull-wing door, revealing a perfectly safe Einstein in the driver's seat.

It was at this point in my 1,000th rewatch of this film that I became aware the scene was playing out minute by minute. Not gonna lie, I had a moment.


Doc compares his Seiko stopwatch to Einstein's Citizen, revealing Einstein's to be exactly one minute behind. Remember, they were both previously perfectly in sync. At this moment, Doc's Seiko changes from 1:21 AM to 1:22 AM and Einstein's Citizen from 1:20 AM to 1:21 AM.

As Marty remains befuddled, Doc explains how Einstein's trip was instantaneous from his point of view, and that, inside the DeLorean, he skipped an entire minute of time.

Next, he invites Marty into the time machine for a tour.

Doc with his Seiko stopwatch around his neck with Marty, with JVC GR-C1 camcorder in hand and Casio CA53W on wrist. All Star Picture Library / Alamy Stock Photo

He turns on what's referred to as the "Time Circuits," which is a multicolored LED panel of clocks in a three-row configuration. One row reads the time where you are, another the time where you've just been, and the last, the time where you're going.

The present time reads 1:22 AM on this gauge, keeping the real-time party going. Lastly, Doc shows Marty the very thing that makes time travel possible: The flux capacitor, a series of circuits affixed to the rear of the car's cabin.

Minute 8: 1:23 AM

Marty goes back into videographer mode asking Doc questions about how the machine works, and what powers it. It's in this moment that he learns it's powered by plutonium ?and not just any plutonium, but a case Doc received after ripping off a group of Libyan nationalists.

According to Doc, the time machine runs on electricity but needs a nuclear reaction to generate the 1.21 gigawatts necessary to effectuate the time jump. That's right, 1.21 gigawatts.

This is the moment where the film takes its first jump cut. We lose that flowing sense of real-time energy (it was fun while it lasted). But, of course, the movie itself really gets going from this point on. Doc fills the DeLorean with plutonium, packs his luggage, and prepares to bid Marty farewell when Einstein spots something in the distance.


Chaos ensues, resulting in Doc getting shot, and Marty forced to flee for his life in the DeLorean. I might add, by the way, that the car really struggles to hit 88mph and outrun the bad guys who are driving a rather large (and old) Volkswagen, but I digress.

While we cannot quite make out the "current" time on the Time Circuit LED panel inside the time machine, if we continue to go by the film running time (and assume we didn't lose much time in the jump-cut), Marty ?Casio on wrist ?likely makes the leap to November 5, 1955, at 1:27 AM Hill Valley CA time, (1985) ?where his adventure really begins.

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