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Interview: James Tolkan is Principal Strickland in ‘Back to the Future’

James Tolkan and Michael J. Fox in "Back to the Future"

CHICAGO – Whenever we hear the term “Slacker,” it does harken back to a certain movie called “Back to the Future.” And the actor that interpreted that famous invective is none other than veteran actor James Tolkan, portraying Principal Strickland.

Interview: Lovely Lorraine Lea Thompson is ‘Back to the Future’

CHICAGO – Everybody’s favorite 1950s Mom – besting June Cleaver by a mile – is Lorraine from “Back to the Future.” And who was the embodiment of that class act? Lea Thompson, who met admirers at the Hollywood Blvd Cinema in Woodridge, IL, last weekend.

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