Clue (1/9) Movie CLIP – Over His Dead Body (1985) HD

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
Mr. Boddy (Lee Ving) encourages the guests to murder Wadsworth (Tim Curry), only to end up a victim himself.

FILM DESCRIPTION:
In this spoof of McCarthy-era paranoia and 1950s wholesomeness, the characters and plot are drawn from the popular Parker Brothers board game of the same name. On a dark and stormy night in 1954, six individuals with ties to Washington are assembled for a dinner party at the swanky mansion of one Mr. Boddy (Lee Ving). Boddy’s butler, Wadsworth (Tim Curry), assigns each guest a colorful name: Mr. Green (Michael McKean), Col. Mustard (Martin Mull), Mrs. Peacock (Eileen Brennan), Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd), Miss Scarlet (Lesley Ann Warren), and Mrs. White (Madeline Kahn). Two additional servants, the Cook (Kellye Nakahara) and Yvette, the maid (Colleen Camp), assist Wadsworth as he informs the guests that they have been gathered to meet the man who has been blackmailing them: Mr. Boddy. When Boddy turns up dead, however, the guests must try to figure out who killed him so they can protect their own reputations and keep the body count from growing. Three separate endings were filmed for Clue and shown in different theaters; all three are collected for the video edition. Although the film is set in the 1950s, the original Clue game was actually devised by Anthony Pratt, a clerk in Leeds, England, to pass the time during World War II air-raid drills. First released in 1946 under the name Cluedo by British manufacturer Waddington’s, Clue was renamed and released in the U.S. in 1949. Today, Clue/Cluedo is marketed in 70 countries around the world and has been adapted into a British game show and an off-Broadway musical.

CREDITS:
TM & © Paramount (1985)
Cast: Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lee Ving, Eileen Brennan, Madeline Kahn, Lesley Ann Warren
Director: Jonathan Lynn
Producers: Jeffrey Chernov, George Folsey Jr., Peter Guber, Debra Hill, John Landis, Jon Peters
Screenwriters: John Landis, Jonathan Lynn, Anthony E. Pratt

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33 COMMENTS

  1. the movie is funniest than the classic game board. I think because director and producers wanted everybody to see this movie include children, young people….  don't forget that the theme of the game board is a MURDER.

  2. My high schools drama club is doing a play of this (I’m the reporter at the end XD) and I’ve seen the full play and It’s amazing!

  3. I met Christopher Lloyd at a convention in Orlando about 4 months ago and he's been one of my favorite icons of my childhood since Roger rabbit, star trek 3 and the back to the Future trilogy. Which in fact, Roger rabbit was the first movie I've seen with him. Along with Christopher Lloyd, I also met kane hodder, fairuza balk, Christina Ricci, the man who played lurch and Edward furlong. All great icons of my childhood.

  4. “Maybe he was poisoned!”

    “AGGGHHHH”

    slaps her

    “Well I had to stop her from screaming”

    Oh my lord xD

  5. On the wall by the fireplace the man in the portrait is William McKinley, 25th President of the United States 1897-1901, assassinated 1901. On the opposite wall is George Washington and the portrait closest to the window is James A. Garfield, who became the 20th president in 1881 and was assassinated that same year. Makes sense given what happened in the room.

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