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Back To The Future 2 - Locked Garage?
This happens at the part when Marty goes back to 1955 to get the almanac.When old Biff and young Biff leave the garage with Marty in the back seat they lock the garage. This is emphasized because Marty becomes trapped. When Biff then returns to the garage to leave for the dance he just opens the garage. There is no time between shots for him to have unlocked the garage and there are no chains hanging from the door.
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christian moger on 03-14-2001
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Shadow writes:
I don't know where you guys get the floor being wet, but there was enough time to open the door, when Marty notice Biff, he takes about 10 sec. to get in the back seat, then there was about 4 sec. before the door opens, this gives someone who is used to opening the door enough time to unlock the lock and throw the chain somewhere
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Nathan writes:
When they drive in it is daylight when they drive out almost night time Maybe Marty got bored and decided to water the floor down. Or maybe he drank a giant Squishee and had to let it out. Either way, Biff is too dumb to notice. Man I love being facetious.
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Davo writes:
While we are in the garage, notice the floor is dry when Biff drives in, and then locks Marty inside. Later, when Biff goes to the dance and drives out, the floor has been hosed own and is still wet! (The Doc then turns up on the bicycle)
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