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Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd View All


John Landis (Story), Jonathan Lynn (Screenplay), Jonathan Lynn (Director), Jonathan Lynn (Story) View All

Release: Dec. 13th, 1985
Runtime: 1 hour, 34 minutes
Clue finds six colorful dinner guests gathered at the mansion of their host, Mr. Boddy -- who turns up dead after his secret is exposed: He was blackmailing all of them. With the killer among them, the guests and Boddy's chatty butler must suss out the culprit before the body count rises.
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On the positive side, this is a very silly movie that knows that it is a very silly movie.
Tim Curry is his usual good self as the butler, Martin Mull, who I grew up watching as the principal from Sabrina The Teenage Witch...yeah I watched it, is Col Mustard with Christopher Loyd as Prof Plum in perfect casting and Michael Mckean from This Is Spinal Tap fame as my personal favourite Mr.
During the film's original theatrical release, Lynn and company had the inspired idea to film three different endings for the movie and tack them on randomly to copies during distribution so that most people who saw it in theaters did not see the same ending, a gimmick which spiked ticket sales beca....
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