80's Movie Facts for Clue
An 80’s movie about comedy, crime, and mystery. Guests are forced to turn detectives in order to solve a mystery.
Six people are invited to a house on the hill for a party and a real-life game of whodunit in the movie Clue.
Spearheaded by Butler Wadsworth, the guests must solve murders along the way, much like the Clue board game in the movie Clue.
This film was made available on DVD by Paramount Home Video in June, 2000. Clue runs 96 minutes, and was rated PG.
Mrs. Peacock - Eileen Brennan
Wadsworth - Tim Curry
Mrs. White - Madeline Kahn
Prof. Plum - Christopher Lloyd
Mr. Green - Michael McKean
Col. Mustard - Martin Mull
Miss Scarlet - Lesley Ann Warren
Yvette - Colleen Camp
Mr. Boddy - Lee Ving
The Cop - Bill Henderson
The Singing Telegram Girl - Jane Wiedlin
The Motorist - Jeffrey Kramer
Mrs. Ho (the cook) - Kellye Nakahara
TriviaThe movie Clue is the first of its kind to be based on a board game.
The mansion in the movie Clue is called “Hill House” and was named after producer Debra Hill.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Clue was released to theatres on 12/13/1985 by Paramount Pictures, and grossed $13,377,261 at the box office in the US.
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