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Cluedo Original Navigation menu VideoClue (1985) ORIGINAL TRAILER [HD 1080p] CLUE/CLUEDO is the classic mystery game - a grand mansion a dastardly murder a gathering of suspicious characters. Now you can play the beloved Hasbro family board game on Steam! WHO, with WHAT weapon and WHERE? Join Scarlett, Mustard, Peacock, Green, Orchid and Plum on a night of murder and mystery in Tudor Mansion. See Cluedo for the first version. In , Anthony E. Pratt, an English musician, applied for a patent of his invention of a murder/mystery-themed game, originally named "Murder!". The board game Cluedo (Clue in North America) and the associated film Clue, contains six murder suspects, all of whom survived into the final edition of the game. They typically represent "types," or stock characters, of European and American high society, as typified in the murder mysteries pioneered by Agatha Christie. Cluedo (also known as Murder at Tudor Close, stylized Cluedo?) was the first edition of Clue released in the United Kingdom in Cluedo is a game for players who play as suspects in the murder of Dr. Black at his home, Tudor Close. The object is to solve the murder by means of elimination and deduction. The "Classic Edition" bills itself as having the "Original Suspects, Rooms, & Weapons". (There have been a few updated editions released that included extra weapons and rooms.) If you grew up on Clue or are familiar with editions released prior to , this will very likely be the format you're familiar with.
The Inspector typically works for Scotland Yard, and is mentioned in a couple of Clue games. Though often unnamed, this character has made appearances under the names: Pry , Brown and Gray.
Clue the Movie: The film has two policeman characters arrive at the mansion. The first is The Cop , a middle-aged, off-duty police officer.
The Cop arrives at Hill House ostensibly looking for the owner of the Motorist's abandoned car. Like the Motorist see below , he is murdered with the lead pipe in the library by Miss Scarlett in endings A and C while using the telephone.
He is later revealed to be a dishonest police officer in the Washington area. He has been taking bribes from Miss Scarlett to keep quiet about her brothel, and at the same time informing on her to Mr.
He is played by Bill Henderson. The second police character, usually known as The Chief , initially seems to be a gag character, an evangelist who comes to the door talking about "the Kingdom of Heaven.
He is played by Howard Hesseman in an uncredited role. Clue the Movie: A young and rather revealingly-dressed French maid, she appears in the movie.
She speaks English only passably and with an accent. Although she is murdered in the billiard room by either Miss Scarlett, Mrs.
Peacock, or Mrs. White with the rope late into the movie, she is still considered a prime suspect in one ending, she is even revealed by Wadsworth to be the one responsible for the murders of Mr.
Ho , and her French accent is ultimately shown to be a ruse. Her character also acts as connecting character for many instances.
She worked in Miss Scarlet's brothel and slept with a customer who happened to be Colonel Mustard. Not only that, she also had an affair with Mrs.
White's husband. She was played by Colleen Camp. Ho, or more commonly, The Cook. Here, she is shown as a robust Asian woman with a penchant for cooking exotic gourmet meals she prepares shark's fin soup, and a Cantonese monkey brain dish in the movie.
She appears in two brief but memorable scenes: her infamous "knife pointing" scene and her bashing the gong which frightens Mr. Her unwieldy corpse gets much more screen time, as she is stabbed with the dagger in the kitchen early in the film.
Later, she is revealed to have been Mrs. Peacock's cook at one point. She was played by Kellye Nakahara.
Clue the Movie: The first "outsider" to arrive at Hill House, the Motorist seems to be an unfortunate middle-aged man who seeks shelter from the rain as his Chevrolet Bel Air has broken down.
However, he is murdered with the wrench in the lounge while making a telephone call. He is revealed later as one of Mr.
Boddy's informants who had the goods on Colonel Mustard since he was Mustard's chauffeur during the War. He is played by Jeffrey Kramer.
Clue the Movie: She is something of a gag character. While the Motorist and the Cop are killed not long after their arrival at the mansion, she is shot in the chest with the revolver on the porch second to last bullet almost immediately, before she can even complete her singing telegram.
She is later revealed to be a former patient and lover of Professor Plum. In , Cluedo spawned several television game-show dramas, which in addition to the standard six characters, created a number of additional characters, primarily victims.
The most notable recurring character in the UK series was Mr. The Australian Series introduced a regular additional inspector named Det.
Stanley Bogong. This character was also incorporated into the series format by the French, German and Swedish versions as well.
Peacock for her wealth. Janet Hope — The wife and fellow partner-in-crime with Mr. Jeremy Hope. Both are bridge hustlers. Peacock's valuables.
David Chapman — Prof. Plum's boss and an ambitious politician up against the bid for MP alongside with Col. Green's church; disaster ensures.
Peacock's second husband returns from the grave and wishes to reclaim his property. White's paranoia over ghosts, Prof.
Plum hires a psychic to calm her soul. Peacock's long lost stepsister arrives claiming to be the real heir of Arlington Grange and hopes to turn it into a God-fearing convent.
White, who also happens to have psychic intuition. Her predictions cause worry amongst the guests. White's new financial advisor who is a little too eager for business.
However, it is him who gets shelved instead. Clue Jr. In the first half of , Mobil Oil partnered with Cluedo to introduce three new characters as part of its contest game: Sir Peach orange , Lady Oakwood brown , and Dr.
Prussian Prussian blue. These characters were added along with three additional murder weapons in order to balance out the game's need for equal playing elements.
Of the three, only the name Peach would be re-used for other official characters. The short lived interactive video game series from Hasbro introduced five new characters alongside the usual six: Ian Masque , Marina Popov , Martin Urfe , Sabata , and Dr.
Julia Kell. Wikimedia Foundation. Cluedo chronology — In recent years, Hasbro has released a whole line of Cluedo based boardgames.
They each include a storyline that connects them with the other games in chronological order. Clue book series — This article is about the book series based on the board game.
For other uses, see Clue disambiguation. Not to be confused with Clue mysteries book series. Harry Potter — This article is about the fantasy book series.
For the titular character, see Harry Potter character. For the film series, see Harry Potter film series. For related topics, see List of Harry Potter related topics.
Major Emmerdale storylines — Popular ITV soap Emmerdale has featured numerous famous storylines since it began in For a full list of major storylines in Emmerdale, see List of major storylines in Emmerdale.
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Account Details Sitemap. Versions sold in the s had animated-looking characters, mirroring the growing popularity of Saturday morning cartoons, and the s versions adopted the slick style of the decade.
The mansion, meanwhile, got a spa and home theater. One of the most significant changes to Clue in the last 70 years, says Ricketts, came with the introduction of a rare new character.
White, replacing her with the more accomplished Dr. This edition removes the side door in the Hall possibly for aesthetics, to increase the difficulty for Professor Plum, or removed in error.
While the suspects' appearance and interior design of Dr. Boddy's mansion changed with each edition, the weapons underwent relatively minor changes, with the only major redesign occurring in the fourth US edition, which was adopted by the second UK edition and remains the standard configuration across all Classic Detective Game versions since.
The artwork for the previous US editions tended to reflect the current popular style at the time they were released.
The earlier UK editions were more artistically stylized themes. From on, the US editions presented lush box cover art depicting the six suspects in various candid poses within a room of the mansion.
The UK would finally adopt this style only in its third release in , prior to which Cluedo boxes depicted basic representations of the contents.
Such lavish box art illustrations have become a hallmark of the game, since copied for the numerous licensed variants which pay homage to Clue.
On August 8, , Hasbro redesigned and updated the board, characters, weapons, and rooms. Changes to the rules of game play were made, some to accommodate the new features.
The suspects have new given names and backgrounds, as well as differing abilities that may be used during the game.
There is also a second deck of cards—the Intrigue cards. In this deck, there are two types of cards, Keepers and Clocks. Keepers are special abilities; for example, "You can see the card".
There are eight clocks—the first seven drawn do nothing—whoever draws the eighth is killed by the murderer and out of the game.
The player must move to the indoor swimming pool in the centre of the board to make an accusation. This adds some challenge versus the ability to make accusations from anywhere in the original game.
The most significant change to game play is that once the suspect cards have been taken, the remaining cards are dealt so that all players have an even number of cards rather than dealt out so that "one player may have a slight advantage".
This means that depending on the number of players a number of cards are left over. These cards are placed face down in the middle and are not seen unless a player takes a turn in the pool room to look at them.
The changes to the game have been criticized in the media for unnecessarily altering classic cultural icons.
The game has also been criticized by lovers of the original game. As of [update] , Hasbro no longer sells the game via its website.
Notably, it plays identically to standard classic rules, but visually continues to use the new Discover the Secrets room layout, and two of the new weapons, as well as other design artwork.
However, the Intrigue cards are no longer a part of the game. The object of the game to determine who killed the game's victim Dr Black, with what weapon?
In which room? The player, as one of the six suspects, will ask questions and take notes. The overall goal being to solve the crime first.
The board game spawned a franchise, which since has expanded to include a feature film , mini-series , a musical, and numerous books.
Besides some rule differences listed above, some versions label differently the names of characters, weapons, rooms and in some instances the actual game itself.
In Canada and the U. It was retitled because the traditional British board game Ludo , on which the name is based, was less well known there than its American variant Parcheesi.
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More themes to come in regular updates! 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. Green has taken money-oriented roles from mobster to businessman. Parker Brothers insisted on the name change, believing that the American public would object to a parson as a murder suspect.
In the version, Reverend Green is a former ordained minister in the UK version and John Green is an Evangelical minister who has a reputation for fraud, money laundering, and smuggling.
In the film, he is portrayed by Michael McKean and is depicted as a closeted gay man who is concerned that his secret might cost him his job as a State Department employee.
Peacock is a stock grande dame and an elderly yet attractive woman who nearly always maintains her dignity and rolls fifth in the game. In Clue Master Detective , her full name is Henrietta Peacock and is depicted as an elderly ornithologist with a specialty in birds of prey.
She wanted Mr. Boddy to turn his manor into a bird sanctuary as part of a donation to the Peacock Salvation Society.
In the film, she is portrayed by Eileen Brennan and is depicted as the wife of a U. Senator who is accused of taking bribes. In the film's second ending, or Ending B, she kills Mr.
Boddy, Yvette, Mr. Boddy's cook, as well as a passing motorist, cop, and singing telegram girl to prevent her secrets from being exposed.