“Back to the Future” movie memorabilia in Jackson
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JACKSON, Tenn. — It’s the day fans of the moving “Back to the Future” have been anticipating for more than two decades. October 21, 2015, is the future date characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown visited when they went “back to the future,” in the movie of the same name. But did you know key pieces of the movie’s set are in Jackson? Inside Rusty’s TV and Movie Car Museum in downtown Jackson, sits a 1981 Delorean. It’s a replica of Doc Brown’s famous time machine, complete with a flux compositor. Just above the Delorean, is what was supposed to be a 2015 Ferrari flying car. In this case, it’s no replica, but the actual car that was in the movie. “That’s from the second ‘Back to the Future’ movie,” said Rusty Robinson, owner of the museum. “It was built in 1989 to what they thought a 2015 car was going to look like.” Although the movie did predict many things that came true, flying cars is not one of them. Rusty’s TV and Movie Car Museum is located at 323 Hollywood Drive.