Ted Theodore Logan (Keanu Reeves)
Trying to avoid military school in Alaska, Ted must ace his history exam. Thankfully, strange things afoot at the Circle K will help him on his quest.
“Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.”
Bill S. Preston, Esquire (Alex Winter)
Ted’s best friend, Bill is just as clueless when it comes to history and school in general. Joining Ted as his partner in crime, Bill also runs the risk of failing unless he pulls off an “A” in his exam.
“We didn’t believe it either when we were you and we us said what we us are saying right now.”
Rufus (George Carlin)
Sent from the future, Rufus is Bill and Ted’s guide into the world of historic time travel. He must aide the two in order to keep Wyld Stallyns alive and save the world.
“Be excellent to each other.”
Napolean (Terry Camilleri)
Napoleon is a fish out of water throughout the movie. Traveling ahead 200 years, his culture is shocked as he discovers bowling, ice cream sundaes, and water slides.
“Excuse moi, mister. Buddy? Pay?”
Billy the Kid (Dan Shor)
Getting picked up by Bill and Ted after cheating at cards, Billy the Kid joins the two as third in command in their journey. As a true vigilante, he intimidates until he gets results.
“Here’s the deal. What I win, I keep. What you win, I keep.”
Socrates (Tony Steedman)
“All we are is dust in the wind.” These words enlightened Socrates enough to convince him to follow Bill and Ted. The true thinker of the group.
“Yes, like sands of the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.”
Abraham Lincoln (Robert Barron)
Honest Abe is an essential addition to Bill and Ted’s history exam. As a historical figure, he represents all that is good and true and will surely help on the quest for an “A”.
“You don’t understand, I’m Abraham Lincoln.”
Sigmund Freud (Rod Loomis)
Taken by Bill and Ted, Sigmund “Ziggy” Freud ends up feeling comfortable enough in the modern world to try his hand at picking up mall girls.
“Hello, I’m Doctor Freud, but you may call me Ziggy.”
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