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The Million McFly March is Tomorrow, From 9 AM to 6 PM! Here’s the Schedule

9 AM: Selling of raffle tickets, music begins and photo booth starts up

10:00: Costume contest #1

10:30: Raffle #1

11:00: Prop Contest #1 – Bring your props, too!

11:30: Raffle #2

12:00: Trivia Contest #1

12:30: Raffle #3

1:00: Hoverboard Decorating Contest – We bring the hoverboards, you decorate them and get your picture taken with them

1:30: Raffle #4

2:00: Karaoke

2:30: Raffle #5

3:00: Trivia Contest #2

3:30: Minor Strut Plays Set #1

4:00: Costume / Prop Contests #2

4:30: Minor Strut Plays Set #2

5:00: Final Raffle – Movie tickets for the Noon, 10/22 premiere of the documentary Back In Time!

5:30-6:00: Closing Ceremony / Final Group Photo

Raffle tickets will be available throughout the day and are $1 each. All proceeds go to TeamFox, so the more tickets you buy, the better chance you have to win, and the more you’re giving to charity. And the Clock Tower.*

There will be limited amounts of free bottles of water and apple slices, donated kindly by Burger King. Even though the BK is under renovation, they’re STILL hosting us, because they’re awesome. When you get really hungry, stop by Pizza Rev Burbank and 20% of what you buy will go to TeamFox.

Prizes for contests will include special event-only Million McFly March Logo t-shirts, McFly Family photos, Million McFly March posters and other items.

Download a PDF of this schedule here:

*Not really going to the non-existent clock tower, if you were wondering.


Million McFly March Updates

On Wednesday, October 21, 2015, StolenDress Entertainment is bringing the world the Million McFly March.  Fans of the film will gather at the first real-world location used in Back to the Future (The Burbank Burger King at 545 N Victory Blvd, Burbank, California 91502), dressed as Marty McFly, to participate in the largest gathering of McFlys in history, and to help raise money for Parkinson’s research.  Let’s gather on the day Marty travels to in Back to the Future II and, instead of mourning the lack of a hoverboard, let’s celebrate the film and help some people out in the process.

**UPDATE: Two raffle winners will get tickets to the Los Angeles premiere of the Back to the Future documentary Back in Time!

**UPDATE: A number of actors from the films have offered up autographed photos for raffle, including Harry Waters, Jr (Marvin Berry!), Jeffrey Weissman (George McFly in Parts I & II!) and Donald Fullilove (Goldie Wilson!)

**UPDATE: We’ll have raffles of Back to The Future Themed Art from brilliant artists like Adam Koford, Sara Pocock and Jenny Fine

Minor Strut-web promo image-1**UPDATE: Our band is announced!  The awesome Minor Strut will play, starting at 3:30, joined by Mark Campbell (Marty’s singing voice!) for a very special performance!

**UPDATE: Buy the poster and other items now!  All proceeds are donated to TeamFox

**UPDATE: Donate $10 for 20 chances to appear on the Comedy on Vinyl podcast!

You can donate now at the official TeamFox page for the event:, and we’re also looking at other team events to help raise more funds.  We’re open to any suggestions fans of the movies have, as well.

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Come to The Million McFly March!

Want to celebrate the greatest movie of the 80s while also helping fight Parkinson’s?  Then come to The Million McFly March!  On October 21st, 2015, the day Marty travels ahead to in BTTF II, StolenDress and TeamFox are hosting the largest gathering of McFlys in history to help raise money for TeamFox and Parkinson’s research, at the Burger King in Burbank, California (545 North Victory Blvd, Burbank, California 91502).  EVERYTHING we raise goes directly to TeamFox, and everything TeamFox raises goes directly to Parkinson’s research.

But Jason, I hear you saying, for some reason without quotes, what will I get to do/hear/see at this March?  Good question-asking, person with no quotes:

  1. Auctions and raffles
  2. A DJ
  3. A live performance by “Minor Strut,” with special guest singer Mark Campbell (Marty’s singing voice!) on one special song
  4. Costume contests
  5. Prop making contests
  6. Probably a whole lot more

The whole event is from 9-6, so you’ll be able to make it!  Come on out, say hi, and help us raise money for Parkinson’s research and celebrate the best movies ever!

Visit the official site at!


Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 156 – Live at iOWest – Another Monty Python Record

Live from iOWest!  I’m joined this week by James Urbaniak, Jeremy Guskin, Andy Merrill and Taylor Jessen to talk about “Another Monty Python Record!”

You can win a chance to be on Comedy on Vinyl by donating to the Michael J. Fox Foundation!  Just check out our recent post for that info here:

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: James Urbaniak, Jeremy Guskin, Andy Merrill and Taylor Jessen

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 147 – Live Tribute to Robin Williams – with Rick Overton, Jamie Costa and Josia Elliott

On Sunday, August 2nd at IOWest, we helped kick off The 13th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival with a tribute to Robin Williams, with Robin’s close friend, Rick Overton, and special guests Josia Elliott and Jamie Costa.  Josia’s a big Robin fan, and if you haven’t seen Jamie’s moving tributes to Robin in the form of impressions, you should go here:

We had a wonderful time talking about Robin, his work, and getting a little sidetracked about impressions.  But it wouldn’t be a tribute to that great mind if we weren’t a little all over the place

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Comedy on Vinyl Live! A Tribute to Robin Williams, featuring Rick Overton

We’re proud to present a live episode of the Comedy on Vinyl podcast, as part of the 13th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival at IO West. This show will be a celebration of the life and work of Robin Williams, with special guest Rick Overton!  Hosted by Jason Klamm.

The live podcast is free to all Festival participants and $10 to non-participants. The Chris Farley House (the Festival’s beneficiary) will receive money from all the panels, workshops and shows.

Get your tickets here:

RSVP on Facebook here: