Earlier today we brought you video from the new 25th Anniversary Back to the Future Trilogy on Blu-ray in the form of a behind-the-scenes clip that finally introduced footage of Eric Stoltz as the original Marty McFly before he was replaced by Michael J. Fox five weeks into production. It's a neat little piece of buzzed-about film history from the fans' standpoint, and we're glad the filmmakers (including director Robert Zemeckis and writer/producer Bob Gale) finally decided to pony up the never-before-seen footage.
Thing is, the footage and the upcoming Blu-ray aren't the only pieces of 'Back to the Future' awesomeness floating around this month. Additionally, Profiles in History is partnering with the Michael J. Fox Foundation's Team Fox (among others) in an epic auction of over 150 iconic pieces of Hollywood memorabilia to help raise money for Parkinson's research, as well as fund much needed lifesaving support for disabled, abused, physically challenged and underprivileged children. The auction is split up into four parts (you can see the entire list after the jump), but in an effort to remain on topic we'll focus solely on the 'Back to the Future' section here.
Fans of the trilogy will be able to bid on some pretty cool stuff, including the most technically accurate reproduction of the iconic DeLorean Time Machine, as well as ...
-- Hero screen-used Michael J. Fox "Marty McFly" Year 2015 "resizing" future jacket worn in Back to the Future II ($25,000-$50,000)
-- Marty McFly Year 2015 future Nike "Mag" self-lacing shoe worn in Back to the Future II ($12,000-$15,000)
-- Screen-used Gray's Sports Almanac 1950-2000 from Back to the Future II ($3,000-$5,000)
-- Prop Hill Valley map from Back to the Future III ($8,000-$10,000)
-- Very rare prop SFX "transformation" photos of Eric Stoltz as "Marty McFly" from Back to the Future ($300-$500)
Check out images of the 'Back to the Future' stuff in the gallery below. The auction will take place on November 6th, and for more info (and to place bids), visit the Profiles in History website.