• Mystery
  • Rated: G,12,PG,K12,14,10-12 PG
  • Director: Jonathan Lynn, Michael Daves
  • Writer: John Landis, Jonathan Lynn, Anthony E. Pratt
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Clue is a 1985 American ensemble mystery comedy film based on the board game of the same name. The film was directed by Jonathan Lynn, who collaborated on the script with John Landis, and stars Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, and Lesley Ann Warren. The film was produced by Debra Hill. In keeping with the nature of the board game, the theatrical release included three possible endings, with different theaters receiving one of the three endings. In the film's home video release, all three endings were included. The film initially received mixed reviews and did poorly at the box office, ultimately grossing $14,643,997 in the United States, though it later developed a cult following. Clue was Paramount's first adaptation of a now-current Hasbro property, though at that time Cluedo was owned by Waddingtons and licensed in the United States (as Clue) to Parker Brothers. Hasbro later bought both Waddingtons and Parker Brothers. This predated by 19 years Paramount's deal to distribute other films and television series based on Hasbro properties. Universal Studios announced that a remake was in the works with a release date set for 2013, though the project was later shelved.
  • Mystery
  • Rated: G,12,PG,K12,14,10-12 PG
  • Director: Jonathan Lynn, Michael Daves
  • Writer: John Landis, Jonathan Lynn, Anthony E. Pratt

  • Eileen Brennan
    Martin Mull
    Leslie Ann Warren
    Tim Curry
    Madeline Kahn
    Christopher Lloyd
    Michael Mckean
    Colleen Camp
    Lee Ving
    Bill Henderson
    Don Sturdy
    Jane Wiedlin
    Zach Mills
    Sarah Desjardins
    Ana Golja

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  • (1985)

  • Mystery
  • Rated: G,12,PG,K12,14,10-12 PG
  • Director: Jonathan Lynn, Michael Daves
  • Writer: John Landis, Jonathan Lynn, Anthony E. Pratt
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Clue is a 1985 American ensemble mystery comedy film based on the board game of the same name. The film was directed by Jonathan Lynn, who collaborated on the script with John Landis, and stars Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, and Lesley Ann Warren. The film was produced by Debra Hill. In keeping with the nature of the board game, the theatrical release included three possible endings, with different theaters receiving one of the three endings. In the film's home video release, all three endings were included. The film initially received mixed reviews and did poorly at the box office, ultimately grossing $14,643,997 in the United States, though it later developed a cult following. Clue was Paramount's first adaptation of a now-current Hasbro property, though at that time Cluedo was owned by Waddingtons and licensed in the United States (as Clue) to Parker Brothers. Hasbro later bought both Waddingtons and Parker Brothers. This predated by 19 years Paramount's deal to distribute other films and television series based on Hasbro properties. Universal Studios announced that a remake was in the works with a release date set for 2013, though the project was later shelved.

Starring
  • Eileen Brennan
    Martin Mull
    Leslie Ann Warren
    Tim Curry
    Madeline Kahn
    Christopher Lloyd
    Michael Mckean
    Colleen Camp
    Lee Ving
    Bill Henderson
    Don Sturdy
    Jane Wiedlin
    Zach Mills
    Sarah Desjardins
    Ana Golja