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    Gray's Sports Almanac Prop from Back to the Future II from the Personal Collection of Property Master John Zemansky (Universal, 1989). The key prop device for this film, this is the 8.75" x 6," 40+page "Gray's Sports Almanac" that "Biff" (Thomas F. Wilson) uses to disrupt the space-time continuum thereby creating the alternate 1985. Several examples of this key prop were created because it was so central to the story, appearing in numerous scenes. The printed sports statistics are the same configuration as when "Old Biff" and "Young Biff" are listening to the radio in the garage. Many were used, battered and destroyed throughout the course of the production. This example exhibits only minor age, edge wear, and trace rubbing to the covers, suggesting it was one of the examples from the antique store in 2015 where "Marty" (Michael J. Fox) buys the Almanac. From the Personal Collection of Property Master John Zemansky. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.

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