Apparently, VHS tapes aren't as worthless as one might think.
- A sealed, "near-mint" VHS tape of "Back to the Future" has been auctioned off for $75,000 -- a new record for a movie published in the out-of-date format, according to Heritage Auctions in Dallas. It was purchased by a New York-based collector, Heritage officials say.
- Probably helping up the tape's value was the fact that it was owned by Tom Wilson, the actor who played Biff Tannen in the 1980s trilogy. It included a personal note that was signed by Wilson.
- Regardless of how much you love "Back to the Future," would you spend that kind of money on a poor-quality VHS tape?