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Clue, Movie, 1985 IMDB

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Quest27 US

2014-01-21 01:12

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There is a vehicle missing from this list: at 40:53 in the movie, you can see what I think is a black or dark colored 1954-56 Cadillac behind the shoulder of the Motorist. In addition, when the Evangelist/Chief confronts Mrs. Peacock in the first ending, he is clearly standing behind the passenger side fin. I am not sure which model this is, but it could be an Eldorado, Series 62, or Series 60 Special. I will try to upload a picture at some point.

-- Last edit: 2014-01-21 01:58:43

Terra US

2015-03-09 18:56

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Added the two missing vehicles which I believe are implied to be owned by Colonel Mustard & Mr. Boddy. Also submitted new captures for the previous images...

Filmed at the Max Busch House in Pasadena, California!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088930/locations?ref_=tt_dt_dt

---Starring---

Elieen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Khan, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, Colleen Camp & Lee Ving.
- and Jane Wiedlin as the Singing Telegram Girl

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-- Last edit: 2015-03-09 19:20:52

sixcyl FR

2015-03-09 20:39

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Interesting Colleen Camp.. :sun:

karoomay SY

2015-03-09 21:18

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I loved the board game, that this movie was based on, when I was a kid, but the film itself, not so much.

mr.mopar69 US

2020-07-27 05:40

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Okay so I think I've been able to figure out who drives what. We know Wadswoeth aka Mr. Boddy drives the black Chevrolet seen at the very beginning. Also Miss Scarlet and professor plum arrive in the professors Pontiac station wagon but we know Scarwlet had a Lincoln that she abandoned at the roadside. In the ending that shows Mrs. Peacock as the villain, she is getting into the Packard, so we can deduce that is her car most likely. In the wide shot where we first see Mr. Green, we can see the Chevy belonging to Wadsorth to the far left closest to the house. Next to that we can see the MG and the green Plymouth. To the right we have the yellow Cadillac. So that would leave colonel mustard, Mrs. White, and Mr. Green. By the angle, I would say colonel mustard owns the MG. He was the second to arrive after Wadsworth. Had the yellow Cadillac already been there, there would not be enough room for the MG to squeeze past it and not enough room on the other side of the fountain to pull the car in perfectly straight. The yellow Cadillac belongs to Mrs. White. While I'm not sure how much an MG would of cost in America in 1954, I'm almost positive a full sized Cadillac would be more expensive. Mrs. White had a late husband who was a nuclear physicist so they could very realistically own a Cadillac. It's obvious that colonel mustard served during ww2 so he would've spent time in Europe which would give us enough evidence to see him purchasing a British sports car. Mrs. Peacock has her Packard parked next to the Cadillac so it is off screen in that shot. That would leave the Plymouth being owned by Mr. Green. Because of the Cadillac and Packard parked on the right side of the fountain, he would have no choice but to pull around to the left. The remaining black Cadillac is owned or at least driven by the fake Mr. Boddy who arrives last.

night cub US

2020-07-27 05:50

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Professor Plum - drives the maroon Pontiac
Mrs. Peacock - drives the blue Packard
Miss Scarlett - the red Lincoln

Do you see a pattern here?

Mr. Green - the green Plymouth
Col. Mustard - the yellow Cadillac
Mrs. White - the white MG

Baube QC

2020-07-27 06:17

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there was a movie of that game ?
i didn't had a Clue ! ..

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-07-27 09:28

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Those of us native to U.K., and steeped in the eccentricity of “Motor Sport” magazine over many years would tell you that Mr. Boddy drives an air-cooled Volkswagen Beetle, with the Motoring Dog curled up on the back seat. There was also a 1922 Talbot-Darracq.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Boddy

Link to "www.motorsportmagazine.com"

The world is sorely in need of more men of Bill Boddy’s sort, everything is so homogenised and standardised that there is very little to amuse the enquiring mind anymore.

-- Last edit: 2020-07-27 09:41:06

Motorist78 US

2020-10-12 06:59

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night cub wrote Professor Plum - drives the maroon Pontiac
Mrs. Peacock - drives the blue Packard
Miss Scarlett - the red Lincoln

Do you see a pattern here?

Mr. Green - the green Plymouth
Col. Mustard - the yellow Cadillac
Mrs. White - the white MG


After decades of this being one of my favorite movies, and in spite of frequently noting the cars and speculating which was whose, I never noticed this pattern. I like it, and am going to run with it. The placement of the cars makes sense in light of who arrives at the dinner party when. Also, we're told Colonel Mustard drives a very expensive car, and I believe the Cadillac would be considerably more than the MG. I don't think I ever thought to pair Mrs White with the two-seater, but plenty of ladies drove MGs, and we know she likes a good time in other ways. An elegant, sexy little sports car might just suit what we learn of her personality. The nerdy, buttoned-up civil servant Mr Green is a good match for the Plymouth. And of course, Mr Boddy can have used some of his blackmail money to buy the other Cadillac.

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