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St. Louis Blues
St. Louis Blues
St. Louis Blues (1992) Episode 73412- Back to the Future Cartoon Episode Guide
by Dave Koch
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- Back to the Future Cartoon Episode Guide
- Universal Cartoon Studios, Amblin Entertainment, BIG Pictures, Inc., Colossal Pictures
- Cartoon Characters: Marty McFly, Doc Emmett L. Brown, Jennifer Parker, Clara Clayton Brown, Jules, Verne, Einstein, Biff Tannen.
- Live-Action Characters: Doc Emmett L. Brown, Bill Nye.
- Originally Released in 1992.
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
While playing putt-putt golf, Marty angers Jennifer by making fun of her hairdo (which he caused to look dreadful) and making a date with Lit (a snobbish, nasty girl in their class.) Marty stops by the Browns' house to borrow money for a haircut to go out with Lit. No one is home and Marty uses an unperfected hair cutting invention to save money. The device causes Marty's hair to drastically change styles instantaneously. Einie communicates with Marty that the Browns are at the local amusement park. Marty goes to the park and finds Jules and Verne; Clara and Doc have gone off for some "lemonade" at another fair- the 1904 World's Fair Exposition in St. Louis. Using the locomotive, Marty and the boys go to find Doc and Clara; Marty needs Doc's help in fixing the hilarious affects of the hair-cutting machine. Once there, Marty is kidnapped by P.T. Tannen and displayed in a side-show as a "curiosity of nature. Doc, Clara and the boys save Marty and head home. Marty breaks his date with Liz (who has already found someone else to take her out) and apologizes to Jennifer for making fun of her hairdo.
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