Back to the Future is so popular now that even each of its secondary characters is family to us. It is therefore necessary to report the death of Elsa Raven, the lady of the committee who wants to save the tower clock.
Years pass and Back to the Future (with its two sequels) continues to confirm itself as one of the titles in the history of cinema we are most fond of, a love that younger generations inevitably inherit without effort. And so I am not alone Marty, Lorraine, George, Biff e Doc the only characters to have earned a place in our hearts. Now they are also in the family Jennifer, the principal Strickland, the future mayor Goldie Wilson, Marvin Berry Chuck’s cousin and also there lady of the committee to save the tower clock. “Save the Clock Tower” the actress says fervently Elsa Raven a Michael J. Fox e Claudia Wells sitting on the back of the bench in the square of Hill Valley.
Marty he gives his contribution by diligently putting a coin in the jar, eager to return to the broken kiss with his girlfriend. In 1955 the clock was struck by lightning 30 years earlier, precisely at 10:04 in the evening, and this is the fundamental information that the character of the lady communicates to us in the film. When Marty will be in the past, the flyer on which Jennifer had written down her grandmother’s house number for him, will be extremely useful. The thing you may have missed is that the Hill Valley Conservation Committee he does not want to have his watch repaired, on the contrary, he wants to raise funds to preserve it as it is, because it is part of the town’s history.
Elsa Raven, whose real name is Elsa Rabinowitz, was born on September 21, 1929 in Charleston, South Carolina. Her work as a character actress has led her to act in more than 70 productions, as well as experiences on the stage. Among the films in which he participated are Titanic, In the center of the viewfinder, Fearless – Without fear e The postman always rings twice. He had acted with again Michael J. Fox a year later Back to the Future, in episode 16 of the fourth season of Keaton House.