A Conversation for Cluedo - the Game

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Post 1

Cloviscat

Now this may be my most pedantic posting ever!

The entry quite rightly says "Dr Black, the owner of Tudor Close, has been found murdered"

But the Editor's selection blurb on the front pages says "just who did kill Professor Plum in the library of Tudor Close with a spanner?"

No no no! Professor Plum can never get killed!

smiley - sillysmiley - geek

smiley - smileysmiley - blackcat


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Post 2

Smij - Formerly Jimster

smiley - yikes

Silly me.

Fixed now.

(by the way, if I'm found dead in the canteen with an emery board in my back, there are exactly six suspects in this office... eep!)

Jimster


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Post 3

Jimi X

But it couldn't be Abi...

She's too sweet!


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Post 4

Jimi X

...Or do we just *think* she's sweet?


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Post 5

Whisky

It's all a bluff... Abi is actually employed as the BBC's own terminator smiley - yikes


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Post 6

Cloviscat

Aaah - that explains Angus Deayton then smiley - yikes


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Post 7

egon

You know, on the CD_Rom that i've got, Reverend Green is Mr Green and Dr Black is Mr. Boddy.


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Post 8

Fadookie the Froody- Veggie [email protected]

Egon, have a look at my post in "Dr. Black?", it might clear things up a bit. smiley - smiley

-FTFsmiley - donut


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Post 9

egon

There was a movie !?


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Post 10

Fadookie the Froody- Veggie [email protected]

Oh yes! A funny one, at that. A nice innovation is that it has multiple endings.

Don't read the spoilers on the site, though! The final ending's really unpredictable.
I suggest you rent it if you can find it (I found one at a local Hollywood Video, or netflix should have it if you're a subscriber).

-FTFsmiley - towel


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Post 11

egon

do you know if it was released in britain?


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Post 12

Fadookie the Froody- Veggie [email protected]

I really don't know, it seems less likely because it is entitled
"Clue". smiley - erm...

The website should have a few clips to tide you over for the moment... smiley - rainbow
Why don't you have a look at [Unsuitable link removed by Moderator]and see if they have a reasonably priced copy?

-FTFsmiley - geek


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Post 13

Fadookie the Froody- Veggie [email protected]

Why look! smiley - wow
It talks about the movie on the foot of this very entry!

-FTFsmiley - drunk


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Post 14

egon

Amazon auction are selling the vhsa for SIXTY-FIVE POUNDS MINIMUM BID!!!!!!!!!!! SIXTY-FIVE POUNDS? It can't be that smiley - bleeping good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Post 15

Cloviscat

It is shown by the good old BBC every now and then...still called Clue


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Post 16

egon

But is it worth sixty five quid? And dio the BBC show all the endings.

I've got to say that showing random endings in the cinemas seems a *great* idea to me.


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Post 17

Fadookie the Froody- Veggie [email protected]

All of the endings are included in the film, to my knowledge.

No, at the rate of sixty-five pounds I'd just check the listings for the BBC and see if it'll be on... You might also check your local video rental store (where I found it).

-FTFsmiley - towel


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Post 18

egon

Hmm, according to the dude selling it for 65 quid on amazon, it got deleted in Britiain quite a while back.


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