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Julia Kell. In , eccentric millionaire Masque invites the original Cluedo suspects and the new characters to his isolated Swiss mountain estate for a mysterious dinner party.
Popov is an attractive, blonde Russian psychic ; Urfe is a mediocre magician hired by Masque to entertain his guests and may be a fraud; Sabata is a deranged Spanish artist; and aging German psychoanalyst Julia Kell may have Nazi ties.
Cluedo , known as Clue in North America, is a murder mystery game for three to six players that was devised in by Anthony E. Pratt from Birmingham, England.
The game was first manufactured by Waddingtons in the UK in Since then, it has been relaunched and updated several times, and it is currently owned and published by the American game and toy company Hasbro.
Clue is a American black comedy mystery film based on the board game Cluedo. The film was produced by Debra Hill. A whodunit or whodunnit is a complex, plot-driven variety of a detective story in which the puzzle regarding who committed the crime is the main focus.
The reader or viewer is provided with the clues from which the identity of the perpetrator may be deduced before the story provides the revelation itself at its climax.
The investigation is usually conducted by an eccentric, amateur, or semi-professional detective. This narrative development has been seen as a form of comedy in which order is restored to a threatened social calm.
Clue is a video game based on the board game of the same name. It runs on Microsoft Windows. Infogrames took over publishing rights for the game in when Hasbro Interactive went out of business.
The game, just like the board game, is meant for players due to the six suspects. The game garnered generally positive reviews upon release.
A spin-off using the same assets and by the same developer named Clue Chronicles: Fatal Illusion was released the following year. Ariadne Oliver is a fictional character in the novels of Agatha Christie.
She is a mystery novelist and a friend of Hercule Poirot. Cluedo is a British game show based on the board game of the same name. Each week, a reenactment of the murder at the stately home Arlington Grange of a visiting guest was played and, through a combination of interrogating the suspects and deduction, celebrity guests had to discover who committed the murder, which of six weapons and in which room it was committed, whilst viewers were invited to play along at home.
Get a Clue is a Disney Channel Original Movie starring Lindsay Lohan as Lexy Gold, a teenage high school student who investigates a mystery after one of her teachers goes missing.
The film premiered on the Disney Channel on June 28, It was directed by Maggie Greenwald and was written by Alana Sanko.
It features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. It features the detective Miss Marple. The Clue series is a book series of 18 children's books published throughout the s based on the board game Clue.
The books are compilations of mini-mysteries that the reader must solve involving various crimes committed at the home of Reginald Boddy by six of his closest "friends".
The plot concerns a murder at a mansion, occupied by several suspects, that is solved by a detective, while the ending is decided by the audience.
Clue Mysteries are two books released in and based upon the Clue board game. Both were written by Canadian author, Vicki Cameron. Cameron lives in Ontario.
It is based on the popular board game of the same name. Madame Rose: A stock fortune-teller and Boddy's sister. Sergeant Gray: A corrupt police officer.
The name "Grey" was originally used as one of ten characters filed with the game's original patent. Silver" are some of the oldest colour names previously unused, and "Gray" is one of the most enduring names representing different characters in later editions.
These characters also appear in Clue Master Detective This edition of the game not only allows for up to ten players, but has more weapons than in the original as well as additional locations including three locations outside the main house.
In , Super Cluedo Challenge and Super Sleuth were released in the UK, introducing the second wave of new board-game characters: Captain Brown Super Cluedo Challenge : Captain Robert Brown is a lower-class, drunk seaman who arrived at the mansion under mysterious circumstances.
Graham Slate-Grey is a middle-aged man in a grey suit. Upon being spotted by a detective or the security system, they become represented by a grey pawn on the game board.
The thief's only physical appearance is that of a masculine shadow on the front of the box. Orchid: In Hasbro released a revised edition of Cluedo, with Dr.
Orchid replacing Mrs. White and rolling third. Orchid is a middle-aged woman associated with the color pink.
She wears a dark, pink-accented blazer with a pink skirt. She is introduced as a scientist studying plant toxicology and is Mr.
Inspector Grey Super Sleuth : A non-playable character who blocks spaces Hogarth Super Sleuth : The butler, a non-playable character who blocks spaces The Black Dog Super Sleuth : A large, non-playable dog who blocks spaces Editor Braunman Cluedo iOS : Appearing only on the menu screens, he sends the reporter to gather material and solve the murder case in an allotted time.
The reporter can ask Braunman for extra time and tell him the solutions to the mysteries. Released in , Clue FX is an electronic talking version with audio voices and clues.
The victim in this version is Mr. Other new characters are: Lady Lavender: An herbalist who may have poisoned her husband, Lord Lawrence Lavender, Lady Lavender is an honorable woman and occasional troublemaker at times.
In Ending C, Mr. Boddy is seemingly killed by Professor Plum , but Wadsworth reveals himself as the real Mr.
Boddy while the person Plum killed was his butler. He attempted to continue blackmailing the guests before he is shot by Mr.
Miss Scarlett is a stock femme fatale , she is typically portrayed as young, cunning, and attractive. Known as " Miss Scarlet " in North America after , she rolls first in the game.
In the film , she is portrayed by Lesley Ann Warren and is depicted as a sassy Washington DC madame who runs an underground brothel.
In the first of three endings, or Ending A, she orders Mr. Boddy's maid Yvette to murder her employer and the cook before murdering her in turn along with a cop she was bribing and a passing motorist and singing telegram girl.
She is eventually exposed, subdued, and arrested. In the third ending, or Ending C, she only murders the cop before being exposed and arrested.
Colonel Mustard is a stock great white hunter and colonial imperialist who rolls second. He is usually portrayed as a dignified, dapper, and dangerous military man.
Originally known as Colonel Yellow , his name was changed before the game's first edition was published. In Clue Master Detective , his full name is Algernon Mustard and is known to sleep with a revolver under his pillow.
In the film, he is portrayed by Martin Mull and is depicted as a war profiteer who is involved in a top secret fusion bomb project.
In Ending C, he kills a passing motorist after recognizing him as his driver from World War II before he is exposed and arrested.
White is usually portrayed as a frazzled servant who worked as Mr. Boddy's cook, housekeeper, and nanny to Mr. Boddy's nephew, John. Originally known as Nurse White before her name was changed following the first edition's publication, she rolls third in the game.
She has seen many wars go by and has an eye squint from spying in keyholes. In the film, she is portrayed by Madeline Kahn and is depicted as the widow of a nuclear physicist whose death she is suspected of being behind.
In Ending C, she kills Yvette out of jealousy upon discovering she had an affair with her husband before being exposed and arrested. Originally patented as " the Rev Mr Green " in the UK, or as Reverend Green in the American original copy, he is a hypocritical Anglican priest who wavers when the subject is murder.
In North America, Mr. He is given the Lead Pipe by Mr. He is portrayed as an underworld mobster who dabbles in business for which he refuses to elaborate on.
He acts as a bully where he often intimidates the others to do his bidding. He is also Mr. Cluedo TV-series : Rev.
Jonathan Green is the vicar of the village and a family friend to the residents of Arlington Grange. The first season gave him an environmental angle where he pursued his own charity; Save the Moles.
This was dropped in later seasons. Green is the usual bullying mobster. He is given an old-time gangster music theme.
Book series : In the books, Mr. Green is a greedy, conniving guest of Mr. Boddy, who never lets the chance slip away to make a quick buck.
Green is portrayed as a shady young aristocrat who had lost his family fortune in the Stock Market Crash.
Peacock is the stock character of a grande dame , an elderly yet still attractive woman who maintains her dignity in almost all cases in most versions.
She is the only original character to debut with the game who was created after the original patent was filed by the inventor. She rolls fifth in the game.
Peacock is first shown as an elderly, yet elegant aristocrat who bears a Queen-like resemblance with her tiara. Head is mounted on a blue pawn.
She wears a tweed suit and hat, grasps a cane in her hand with her spectacled face pinched in a sour expression.
Peacock is a little younger than the s version and lacks the sour expression. Otherwise, she is still a puffy busybody wearing a tweed suit, white gloves, and a blue ascot.
On her card, she is simply wearing a blue ensemble. Peacock; now given a body. Henrietta Peacock is given a more intellectual upbringing than before as she is now an elderly ornithologist with a specialty in birds of prey.
She comes beseeching Mr. Boddy to turn his manor into a bird sanctuary. Peacock is given a stylishly scientific look with a light cyan blazer and spectacles on a chain.
Peacock has returned to being a stylish socialite with an elegant hairdo and blue evening gown. She is shown on the box sitting, clutching some papers with a Revolver resting on the table next to her.
Peacock is given a more widow-esque look with a dark navy ensemble, a fur wrap and a wild headpiece full of peacock feathers.
Peacock is portrayed looking almost as young as Miss Scarlett. She is known for being outrageous with her flamboyant life-style.
Peacock once again is a younger woman, though more of a fading rose with age catching up. Super Cluedo sets her occupation to be an ornithologist, much like the Master Detective Peacock.
Peacock has been completely reinvented as Eleanor Peacock , a manners-freak with a nose for politics. Clue the Movie : Peacock was played by Eileen Brennan.
She is portrayed as the talkative wife of a corrupt senator. Peacock had assisted her husband's political game by accepting secret bribes.
She receives the Dagger as a gift from Mr. She is also afraid of silence. Taking the role of a black widow, Mrs. Peacock had thirteen husbands all of whom had met deaths under mysterious circumstances.
She is also a kleptomaniac, taking pleasure from pick pocketing the belongings of others. Nicknamed Ma Bluebird, she is Mr.
Boddy's bridge partner. Elizabeth Peacock takes head role of the series as the proprietor and hostess of Arlington Grange.
Each episode revolves around her and the social gatherings of herself and her closest friends, plus one other visitor who usually doesn't last for long.
Peacock is notable for her overbearing attention to the social etiquette of her fellow guests. Often calls the others out on their rudeness, much to their annoyance.
Peacock is portrayed as a husky adulteress who had been involved in messy political love triangles while living in London. She is on constant move to avoid scandal.
Professor Plum is the stock character of an absent-minded professor. Often depicted as either a young or middle aged fellow with a bow tie and glasses, he is widely seen as the intellectual.
He rolls last in the game. Head mounted on a purple pawn. For the first time, he is wearing his classic bow tie and glasses. He also is smoking a pipe; a trait that would also be associated with Plum over time.
Master Detective : Professor Edgar Plum has taken the profession of a shady archeologist with a dubious past. He claims he is on the verge of a earth-shaking discovery that he can feel in his bones.
His depiction is similar to the Plum though his facial expression appears influenced by the contents of his pipe.
On the box, he stands clutching a book, while hovering over a table that has a Knife jabbed into it. Gone is his smoking pipe and moustache, but he still keeps the bow-tie and glasses.
His expression is dumbfounded and his hair is short, black and disorganized. He is wearing a purple tuxedo and is no less crazy looking than the rest of the characters from the same edition.
However, he still keeps the head-in-the-clouds expression. His appearance now gives him red hair that is completely disheveled with a flyaway look.
Discover the Secrets : Professor Plum has been completely reinvented as Victor Plum , a self-made video game designer. Clue the Movie : Plum was played by Christopher Lloyd.
He used to work in the health branch of the UN before having his license revoked due to improper conduct with a patient. Peacock, Yvette and Mrs.
He received the Revolver from Mr. Once again, he takes on the appearance of a balding middle-aged college professor whose intelligence is tempered with homicidal tendencies as he killed his wife out of desperation to complete an experiment.
He is an expert on many poisons and was Mr. Boddy's son-in-law. Peacock, with an intellectual background. His portrayals have ranged from a young American businessman to a middle-aged mad inventor.
He is given a disoriented music theme. Book series : In the books, Professor Plum is shown to have an abnormally high degree of forgetfulness that has often gotten the gang into sticky situations.
For example in one scenario, he accidentally brought a live bomb as a birthday gift, and then forgets where he put it. In Cluedo, he is the unseen host who is murdered or injured, which inspires the premise to discover who murdered him, with what implement, and where the crime scene took place in his mansion.
Black was listed in the original patent filing as one of the 10 characters created for the game, in which one character was randomly drawn from the suspect cards to serve as the new victim prior to the start of each game.
Therefore, the victim was never intended to be the same character each game, nor were the player assignments. However, prior to the publication of the first edition, Dr.
Black was relegated to the role of permanent victim in the UK, and Mr. Boddy in North America. Boddy is stated to have been the victim of foul play.
In Cluedo, his body is found at the bottom of the cellar stairs by Miss Scarlett. Black makes his first appearance in a board game on the box cover of the Cluedo edition, as a photograph in a newspaper.
He appears as an older, somber man with unkempt hair. Master Detective : Though once again unseen, Boddy's character is slightly more fleshed out through the descriptions on the playing cards.
From most of the info gathered, Mr. Boddy collects memoirs of famous spies as well as art, had an ex-secretary by the name of Madame Rose and supposedly has painted an exotic beauty several times in his Studio.
John Boddy , died just short of his 30th birthday. He had often been nicknamed Dr. Black in reference to his more well-known uncle, Sir Hugh Black.
Black makes only his second appearance in this game, his first as Mr. He is drawn as a young, cheerful man wearing a trench-coat and glancing at his pocket-watch.
For the first time, he is a player as well as a victim of a crime, though no one is murdered in this game. Black is completely replaced with an unnamed and unseen millionaire mogul.
Boddy appears for the second time only, in an unfinished portrait as a distinguished older gentleman, wearing a Van dyke beard and a monocle. He is not, however, relegated to the role of the obligatory corpse, but may instead, with the luck of the draw, play as a suspect.
Clue the Movie : Mr. Boddy appears for the first time ever, played by Lee Ving. Boddy is the ultrapatriotic McCarthy supporter and blackmailing owner of Hill House.
Contrary to the image of the suave playboy or dignified doctor offered in previous incarnations, this Boddy is a stereotypical wise guy with slicked back hair and designer stubble who dresses in solid black.
Convinced that the six main characters are "all thoroughly un-American ," he has been blackmailing them for some time.
The motive for his murder, therefore, was to stop the blackmail. However, his plan backfires, and he is shot with the revolver in the study.
Or was he? Later, his body appears a second time with candlestick wounds. He is killed by different suspects in each of the endings, but always with the candlestick in the hall.
In the film's third ending, it is revealed that the mansion's butler Tim Curry is the real Mr. Boddy, and that Mr.
Boddy is actually the butler, the two men having assumed one another's identities in order to draw out would-be assassins. Shortly after this revelation, the real Mr.
Boddy pulls a gun on his guests and holds them hostage, but is shortly thereafter shot and killed by Mr. Green, who reveals himself as an FBI agent sent to infiltrate and break-up Boddy's extortion ring.
Boddy is already dead before the events in the video occur.Characterised as a Femme Fatale, Miss Scarlet is often considered the leading lady of Cluedo lore. Sometimes has an extra "t" in her name. Sometimes has an extra "t" in her name. Lady in Red. Parker Bros. released the Clue VCR Mystery Game in , which introduced the first new Cluedo characters in 36 years. The following characters also appeared in a number of spin-off games and licensed products, such as Clue Master Detective (): Miss Peach. Miss Peach is a Southern belle who usually manipulates others with her charm. Clue Characters. The Clue game characters are a colorful bunch. And, while they are all characters, they are also all suspects in the game. Here’s the overview of the CLUE characters (most of which are also on the suspects’ list): 1.) Mrs. White, 2.) Mrs. Peacock, 3.) Professor Plum, 4.) Colonel Mustard, 5.) Miss Scarlett 6.) Reverend Green 7.) Mr. Boddy. A popular board game first developed as early as by a Mr Anthony Pratt and his wife, from Birmingham, they approached Waddington's Games Ltd in and they produced the first game of Cluedo in According to the original patent filed by Anthony E. Pratt, there were to be ten original characters in his invented game that eventually became trademarked as Cluedo. Of the original ten characters, only six of them (Dr. Black, The Rev. Mr. Green, Professor Plum, Miss Scarlet, Nurse White, & Colonel Yellow), survived in some fashion into the first published game. Wem gelingt es zuerst, Täter, Mordwaffe und Schauplatz zu identifizieren? Boddy anscheinend von Professor Plum getötetaber Wadsworth offenbart sich als der echte Mr. Denn in der stylischen Villa mit Pool ist ein Verbrechen Slidon Denkspiele, und ihr sorgt als Ermittler Dog House Aufklärung. Einmal im Spiel darf ein Charakter auch seine persönliche Sondereigenschaft nutzen.