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VHS tape of “Back to the Future” has been auctioned off for $75,000 — a new record for a movie published in the out-of-date format, according to Heritage Auctions in Dallas.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?