Circuits of Time Phone Booth -
On the science fiction fantasy BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT
ADVENTURES/FOX/1992, teenage rock musicians William "Bill" Preston (Evan
Richards) and his pal Theodore "Ted" Logan (Christopher Kennedy) traveled
through time in a specially designed phone booth called the "Circuits of
Time Phone Booth."
When Bill & Ted wanted to transport themselves somewhere in the past
or future they entered the booth, closed the door and dialed the number
7560. When they arrived at their destination, they placed an "Out of Order"
sign on the booth to protect it.
The "Circuits of Time Phone Booth" was the
invention of a futuristic society based in the year 2692 founded on the
philosophies of the "The Wyld Stallyns" [Bill & Ted's 20th century rock
To protect the Bill & Ted [a.k.a. "the Holy Ones,"] the regular
"Holy Ones" from the future assigned Rufus (Rick Overton) to safeguard Bill
& Ted and thus preserve the peace and harmony of the future.
"Holy Ones," Bill & Ted's perks included access to the Circuits of Time
Phone Booth in which they had many "most excellent" adventures.
The series was based on the 1989 theatrical release Bill and Ted's
Excellent Adventures (and 1991 sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey)
starring Keanu Reeves at Ted Logan, Alex Winter as Bill S. Preston, Esq. and
George Carlin as Rufus.
- TIME MACHINES: "TARDIS"
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