In the long story (which I totally solicited) she started dating the actor who played Alex P. Keaton’s friend Skippy, and attended another taping as a guest. MJF remembered her and gave her a 45 of the single of his rendition of “Johnny B. Goode” from the movie (though it’s actually not sung by him). The promotional record features a faux Marty McFly with the Starlighters cover with a shot of MJF AT THE ENCHANTMENT UNDER THE SEA DANCE. I wonder how many of these were even MADE.
Anywho, doll that she is, Amanda SENT ME the 45 in all its amazing Back to the Future glory and it’s now one of my most prized posessions, occupying very important real estate space on my cool-things shelf where I keep my vintage compacts and epic limited-edition MAC Barbie.
Thank you, Amanda!! Random acts of BTTF are so very, very appreciated by me. It’s my favorite movie ever and I’m so happy to own a small piece of film memorabilia of my very own.
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