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Christopher Lloyd's Wife Hates The Only Prop He Took From Back To The Future III

The "Back to the Future" trilogy has gone down in history as one of the most beloved science fiction franchises ever made. The series follows the adventures of rock-and-roll high schooler Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and his eccentric scientist pal, Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) as they travel to different points in time of the history of their town, Hill Valley, California. Beginning in 1985 with the Oscar-nominated Robert Zemeckis-directed classic, the trilogy would continue on with two sequels released in 1989 and 1990, respectively, as well as a short-lived animated series, video games, theme park rides, a stage musical, and much more. Between the side-splitting comedy, solid world-building, and awesome music, what has ultimately kept the heart of this beloved franchise beating for so long is its cast of unforgettable characters. 

From the rough-and-tough bully Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson) to the lovably dorky George McFly (Crispin Glover and Jeffrey Weissman), the franchise has birthed its fair share of memorable faces. But probably the franchise's most indelible character is Dr. Emmett Brown. Also known as Doc, he is the creator of time travel using nothing but a modified DeLorean, a bunch of plutonium, and a special invention called the Flux capacitor. Doc's energetic, childlike enthusiasm is truly infectious, which we can credit to the bubbly performance of Christopher Lloyd. To remember his time on the fan-favorite film series, Lloyd took home one special memento — special to him, that is, but not his wife. 

Christopher Lloyd's Back to Future III shirt is not a favorite of his wife's

At this year's New York Comic Con, fans got to experience a special reunion panel of "Back to the Future" co-stars Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. The panel, reported on by Comic Book Resources, saw the two actors reminiscing on their time on the trilogy, including when they first met, their strong chemistry, and much more. When the moderator asked both actors if there was anything they kept from the set, Lloyd at first denied it. Later, however, he revealed himself to be in possession of a shirt he received from "Back to the Future Part III.

Despite enjoying the shirt himself, he mentions that his wife is not a fan of how it looks on him. It is unknown as to what shirt Lloyd is referring to, but given that the film is set in the year 1885, it's possible he is discussing one of the late 19th-century-inspired costumes he wore throughout the course of the film. Fox, on the other hand, admits that he wishes he had brought home the horse he rode in the film.

Released in 1990, "Back to the Future Part III" sees Marty travel back to the year 1885 to save Doc from being gunned down by a dirty outlaw, only to be complicated by Doc's newfound love interest. The film grossed $245 million and received positive reviews as a perfect finale to the beloved trilogy.