Clue

Clue
Clue

Year

1985

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

A comedy crime thriller based on the board game Cluedo. Six dinner guests are welcomed to a gothic mansion by a butler. Among them are Professor Plum, who works for the UN, Mrs Peacock, the wife of a senator, Mr Green, a government agent and Mrs White, whose two husbands both suffered mysterious deaths. The diners' host, Mr Boddy (geddit?), gives each person a weapon, turns off the lights and then switches them on to find that someone has been murdered. Could there be a seventh 'guest' in the house, or did Wadsworth, the butler do it?

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This film has a couple of uses of moderate bad language, and contains mild violence and sex references

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