Clue - The Movie Guide

Any self respecting Clue(do) fan has watched this film multiple times. In fact, I once watched it eight times in a row (totaling 12 hours!!) The strange thing with this film though is that EVERY time you watch it, you catch another joke that you missed before because you were laughing so loud.
It is also one of those rare films, that fifteen years after its release, still has people quoting lines to each other in the pub.
This film is a masterpiece. If you haven't seen it, run out to your local video store and hire it out immediately!

This section is intended for people who have seen the film, so they can relive those funny moments; and for the new-comer, wondering what all the fuss is about. Enjoy...

[The Cast] [Images] [Presskit Photos] [Classic Quotes] [Music] [Movie Clips] [Buy]

The Cast :

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Mrs. Peacock
(Eileen Brennan)
The senator's wife with a taste for monkey's brains, who slips used "greenbacks" under mens' toilet doors.
Colonel Mustard
(Martin Mull)
A military man who made all his money by stealing essential radio parts during the war.
Mr. Green
(Michael McKean)
A proud man who keeps his sexuality a secret to protect his career.
Professor Plum
(Christopher Lloyd)
Top psychiatrist for U.N.O. W.H.O. who's name was in jeopardy due to sleeping with one of his lady patients.
Miss Scarlet
(Lesley Ann Warren)
This lady owns a house and phone line offering men the services of a woman for a short time.
Mrs. White
(Madeline Kahn)
Several of Mrs. White's husbands have died in mysterious circumstances - one, an illusionist, disappeared and never re-appeared!
Wadsworth - The Butler
(Tim Curry)
Wadsworth the butler is the person who greets all of the guests that evening. However, this butler does more than simply "butle" and "keep the kitchen tidy" - maybe he knows more about the night's intention than he is letting on?
Mr. Boddy
(Lee Ving)
The man who has been blackmailing the guests at the house that night. Will he make it through the night alive?
Yvette - The Maid
(Colleen Camp)
The beautiful french maid who has been recognised by several of the guests.
Mrs. Ho - The Cook
(Kellye Nakahara)
A talented cook with many recipes from the orient.
The Cop
(Bill Henderson)
A lonely cop just happened to be passing and wanted to use the phone. So why does he recognise Yvette?
The Motorist
(Jeffrey Kramer)
This man's car broke down nearby and so he called into the house to use the phone. Or did he?
The Singing Telegram Girl
(Jane Wiedlin)
"Dedah dedah de dah. I am your singing telegram..."
The Chief
(Howard Hesseman)
"The kingdom of heaven is at hand"

Images :

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Presskit Photos :

Supplied by Ryan of Foul Play

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Classic Quotes :

Wadsworth: "Yvette, will you attend to the colonel and give him anything he wants - within reason that is!"

Scarlet: "Why's the car stopped?"
Plum: "It's frightened."

Mustard: "I prefer Kipling myself - the female of the species is more deadly than the male. Do you like Kipling Miss Scarlet?"
Scarlet: "Sure - I'll eat anything."

Mustard: "Are you trying to make me look stupid in front of the other guests ?"
Wadsworth: "You don't need any help from me."
Mustard: "That's right!"

Wadsworth: "He decided to put all of his information to good use and make a little money out of it - what could be more American than that ?"

Mustard: "Who would want to kill the cook?"
Scarlet: "Dinner wasn't that bad."

White: "Husbands should be like Kleenex - soft, strong and disposable."

Mustard: "You lure men to their death like a spider with flies."
White: "Flies are where men are most vulnerable."

White: "Life after death is as improbable as sex after marriage."

White: "We should have made sure."
Peacock: "How? By cutting his head off I suppose?"
White: "That wasn't called for!"

Peacock: "Is there a little girls room in the hall?"
Yvette: "Oui, oui madame."
Peacock: "No - I just want to powder my nose."

Mustard: "This is war Peacock, casualties are inevitable. You can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs. Any good cook will tell you that."
Peacock: "But look what happened to the cook!"

Green: "Let us in, let us in."
Mustard & Scarlet: "Let us out, let us out."

Mustard: "Why is J. Edgar Hoover on your phone?"
Wadsworth: "I don't know. He's on everybody else's, so why shouldn't he be on mine!"

Scarlet: "No Mr. Green. Communism is just a red herring."

Wadsworth: "Frankly Scarlet, I don't give a damn."

Plum: "But is the FBI in the habit of cleaning up after multiple murder?"
Wadsworth: "Yes. Why do you think it's run by a man called Hoover?"

Wadsworth: "You see. It's like the Mounties. We always get our man."
Green: "Mrs. Peacock was a man ?!"

Scarlet: "True! Who are you? Perry Mason?"

Green: "I'm going home to sleep with my wife."

Music :

The Clue soundtrack has finally been released by La-La Land Records. Limited edition of 3,000 copies. Click here for the full details and to order.

Clips :

Back in 2001, visitors were allowed to vote for their favourite Clue: The Movie clips and have them appear on the website. The winners may be found below (NOTE: Please be respectful and do not misuse these files by adding them to your websites, blogs etc. I know when this is happening and it will only result in the removal of the files - spoiling things for everyone).

This Is War Peacock! 357K (Real Media)
Mrs. Peacock Beaks The Ice 364K (Real Media)
1 + 2 + 1 + 1 371K (Real Media)
Is There Anybody Else In The House? 279K (Real Media)
Flames On The Side Of My Face 196K (Real Media)
Nobody Can Get Into That Position 293K (Real Media)
Slapping Mrs. Peacock 205K (Real Media)
I'm Not Shouting! 185K (Real Media)

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