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‘Arrested Development’ writer Jim Brandon buys ‘Back to the Future’ house in South Pasadena

The charming Craftsman features a tree out front that Crispin Glover's character climbed in 'Back to the Future.'Built in 1910, the charming Craftsman features a tree out front that Crispin Glover’s character climbed in the 1985 film “Back to the Future.” (Susan Pickering)

Jim Brandon better get used to unexpected visitors. The writer-producer, whose credits include “Arrested Development” and “Mixed-ish,” just paid about $2.2 million for a South Pasadena home with a special place in “Back to the Future” lore … represented by realtor Tim Durkovic  – Read the rest of the article